12 Houses in Astrology Explained

FIRST HOUSE: (HOUSE OF ARIES AND MARS) Includes the all-important Rising Sign (or Ascendant), and is the first impression given to the world. The house of identity, here are clues to our overall outer package, including behavior, physical traits, social mask, health and well-being. Planets here shape how others perceive you, and the “vibe” you…

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Crystals for Astrology Signs

Aries: Fire Agate: stimulates the sacral chakra, favorable for sexual endeavors. enhances vitality throughout the body. encourages one to think before they act; deepens capability for rational reasoning and resolution. can help eliminate destructive behaviors, and helps to realize the harm one has committed. helps mellow you out, putting out the raging fire inside an…

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How do Horoscopes Work

A horoscope is an astrological chart or diagram representing the positions of the Sun, Moon, planets, astrological aspects and sensitive angles at the time of an event, such as the moment of a person’s birth. The word horoscope is derived from Greek words hõra and scopos meaning “time” and “observer” oroscopeThe word Horoscope comes from…

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Crystal Powers and Meanings

More about healing Stones and Crystals   Agate If your life constantly feels out of balance, with one aspect going well while another spins out of control, use agate to establish stability with its grounding energy. Connecting with your physical power, this crystal will slowly but surely help you to build up your strengths and…

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How to See AURAS

  What is an Aura? An Aura is in its simplest terms the electromagnetic field that surrounds every living thing on the planet, from humans to plants. It is an electromagnetic field that is quantifiable by scientific research. As human beings our aura is particularly complex with seven distinct layers each of which affects our…

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Transcental Meditation

Transcendental meditation is the simplest and easiest form of meditation. This century old meditation technique has been known to reduce stress in the most straightforward way. This Vedic knowledge from India has been handed down by generations to keep the tradition alive. It gained popularity due to the uncomplicated form of practice which just requires…

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All you Need to Know About Yoga

  Yoga involves Eight Basic Principles “Yama” means restraint and involves following characteristics such as ahmisa(compassion for all), satya( truthfulness), asteya (non-stealing) and brahmacharya (celibacy or regulated sex life). “Niyamas” means observances and involves: hri (remorse), santosha (contentment), dana(giving alms), astikya (having faith in the guru), ishvarapujana (worshipping the Lord), siddhanta shravana (studying scriptures), mati…

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