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Krishnamurti Paddhati (KP) is an excellent method of astrological predictions conceived, created by The Great Indian Astrology King, late Prof. K.S. Krishnamurti. As you must have experienced that accuracy of the time period of the events is difficult when one uses Vedic/Traditional system, but, KP can give you a precise 'YES' or 'NO' answer astrologically to your questions. To overcome the above and similar short-comings of the conventional vedic system, KP comes as savior.KP is different in many ways from Vedic/Traditional method. The difference between Traditional method & KP is same like the difference between Allopathy & Homeopathy.
In case of Twin births also, the horoscope remains almost the same as per Vedic/Traditional method, on the other hand, as per KP, the horoscopes changes if the difference of time is + or – 5 min. This is the reason that the birth time should be correct as far as possible.
Major Differences From Vedic/Traditonal method :
RULING PLANETS : Unique Concept of KP for Powerful Divine Guidance during predictions.
The Great Indian Astrology King, late Prof. K.S. Krishnamurti has written SIX READERS which are Classics like 'Geeta' or 'Bible' for the KP Astrology.
Venus in 6th house vedic astrology chart.
PRASNA ~ Sanskrit, meaning ‘A Question’.
I am so excited to start offering this service to the west!
In India, it is and has been for 1000’s of years, normal to visit the family Astrologer for wise council on life’s day to day choices and decisions.
This is different from a longer annual reading or in depth analysis of one or more charts. Prasna is designed to give us quick YES or NO answers. Your Astrologer is already familiar with your chart, and the charts of your family and business partners, employees or colleagues, so there is a historical relationship foundation established.
Prasna can be a simple quick yes or no, or a more lengthy reading depending on your immediate needs.
Prasna advises ‘YES’ or ‘NO’.
A chart is drawn for the moment the question is asked.
The Vedic Astrologer, pays very close attention to NAMITA, which is also a division of Vedic Astrology, meaning signs or omens.
Here is an example of what questions where one may seek Prasna:
‘Is this a good time for an important business meeting?’
‘Is this a good time for and important romantic meeting?’
‘Is this a good time to travel?’
‘Is this a good date for a marriage?’
‘Is this a good time to change jobs?’
‘Is this a good time to move?’
‘Is this a good time to purchase?’
‘Is this a good time to sell?’
‘Is this business proposition worthy of my involvement?’
‘Should I move ahead with this decision?’
‘Am I in line with my highest good with this decision?’
‘What is the general level of integrity of this time or this group?’
‘What energy and karma does this new meeting have in its inception?’
YOUR FREE WILL ALWAYS WINS. Remember astrology is a sacred tool in your tool kit for life. Charts are the language of light at any moment in time. They give us an indication of energetic quality of the moment. For example, if I am booking a plane flight or booking an important business meeting, or signing a contract, I will always consult the planets to find the best and worst times. I know for sure, that knowing if the planetary energy of a day is highly charged with erratic energy, I save myself lots of headaches by booking a flight early in the morning to avoid chaos which will likely occur even 5 or 6 hours later.
Prasna is an essential element of usefulness as an astrological guide. It is not the be abused, but to be used when one needs objective non-personal or judgemental guidance.
There is a saying that I love: “ How is starts is usually how it ends”.
“Prasna is the art form of Vedic Astrology“ ~Paddi Moore