Since time is considered an abstract manifestation of the divine, understanding time can lead to the acquisition of divine blessings. Therefore, knowledge of Yoga aids in healing from ailments; knowledge of Vara contributes to an extended lifespan; knowledge of Nakshatra helps rid oneself of sins; knowledge of Tithi promotes prosperity in your endeavors; knowledge of Karana ensures success in all undertakings. This is why we provide daily Panchang information.
- Yoga Saubhagya until 18:59. Next is Shobhana.
- Varana (Vara) Shanivara. Saturday.
- Nakshatra Mula until 12:26. Next is Purva Ashadha.
- Tithi Shukla Ashtami until 09:47 (8th day of the waxing Moon). Next is Navami.
- Karana Bawa until 09:47. Balava until 20:55. Next is Kaulava.
Is the glass half-full or half-empty? This question is relevant today. There are positive energies, some not so good, and even some negative connections. So, let’s break it down.
First, both yogas are good and positive. By evening, you can achieve success, but it may not be particularly extraordinary. On the positive side, there are also favorable Karanas.
Now, let’s talk about the other side of the coin. Saturday is not a bright day for new and successful beginnings; it’s more about assessing and contemplating. The Nakshatras are a bit challenging, with the first being sharp, and the second being quite unfavorable. The Tithi starting from 09:47 is considered “empty-handed.” The combination of Saturday and quiet Navami creates Dagdha Yoga, which means burning. Scary, right? But not necessarily! It’s the perfect time for self-work. Cleanse and heal your soul and body, clear the space around you and your home.
Here’s where Yoga Saubhagya brings luck and a life filled with happiness. You need space and room for everything new and positive, so tomorrow’s energies are most suitable for cleansing. It’s highly desirable to settle any debts. And of course, no material undertakings; it’s not the time for that.
Wishing everyone a great day!
Aoum. Tat. Sat.