I am generally able to address all the important issues in the life of my clients in any one consultation. The following are some of the most common areas of inquiry:
1. Marriage, Relationships and Family Life: Capacity for love, romance, devotion and dedication as well as disappointment, betrayal, separation and divorce. Children and parents.
2. Talents and Career Potential: Relationships with colleagues, superiors, business partners.
3. Financial Life: Present and future, capacity for wealth and high earnings.
4. Relocational Astrology: Ideal places to live to increase one’s happiness & success. Travel and foreign residence.
5. Mental , Emotional and Spiritual Life: Overcoming the Shad Ripus, the six faults.
6. Health: Ayurvedic constitution, doshic imbalances. Constitutional weaknesses.
7. Dasas and Transit: The interpretation of dasa influences and major transits in the immediate years.
In any consultation, I offer my interpretation and insight into your chart in terms of opportunities or challenges and the reasons why they arise.
Vedic Astrology uses a set of scientific rules of prediction based on planetary influences. These influences are seen as soul forces or karmic patterns that are destined to manifest as events or experiences in our lives. In general terms, planets can be either benefic or malefic by their very nature or by their temporal disposition based on the precise moment of birth.
If there is a predominance of benefic influences on a particular part of the chart, say for example relationships and marriage, then you will have a stable and satisfying experience in that area of life and you will be able to fulfill your desires. If the opposite is true, then you will be predisposed to experiences that give rise to challenge, strife, and a lack of fulfillment. These are referred to as karmic patterns, and according to the philosophical background to this subject, you are destined to experience your karmas and that cannot be avoided.
The good news is that once we become conscious, all karmas come to an end. This is the teaching of the Bhagavad Gita. Thus, we can say that trancendence comes with insight and insight comes from experience, therefore experience is necessary in any path towards wholeness. Free-will is central to this entire topic and we are free to choose our attitude towards our destiny at any time. This is our freedom, but destiny itself is our teacher.
Meditation is a vital practice when it comes to altering one’s consciousness and cultivating one’s mind. I offer mantras and reading material to those who wish to pursue that practice.
Brendan Feeley M.A., D.Ay.