Illegal, Immoral or Unsavory Activities
A Viewpoint on Counseling the Jyotisha Client
"He Whose Accomplishment Is Not In Vain"
from the collection of the Patan Museum near Kathmandu, Nepal
collection viewable at www.himalayanart.org
Amogha-siddha = the power to transform the fierce power of jealousy, by harnessing one's natural competitive, attention-craving, and herd-dominating instincts, which can be directed toward the realized accomplishment of all worthy goals.
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Surveys indicate that as many as 50% of North American married persons engage in extra-marital affairs at some point in their married life.
Conventional wisdom says that this behavior is damaging to society and cannot be condoned.
In my own Jyotisha practice, I have advised persons from all walks of life including white-collar thieves, embezzling accountants, abusive parents, drug-addicted fashion models, and prize-winning scientists who lifted some of their core insights from the work of others.
Each of these natives is accumulating karma which will need to be repaid in a future life. However they are unlikely to stop their behavior as a result of social criticism. Immoral behavior is IMO the result of trauma and its resulting compulsions.
My own professional view is one of complete moral neutrality and deep validation of the causative trauma -- in so far as psychic trauma can be revealed in the Jyotisha charts. All experience and every form of reaction to experience can be used as fuel for the fires of enlightenment.
Be Here Now 1931- Baba Ram Dass used to say, it's all "Grist for the Mill". In every reading, I hope to guide the querent toward greater appreciation of the state of grace in which we all live, , toward a more enlightened view of ourselves as fully divine beings infused with the glory of God in every moment.
While I have no investment in any one particular ethical system, I do appreciate the ancient teaching that adherence to conventional social morality is a prerequisite, an essential stepping-stone, toward the state of inner peace which forms itself the prerequisite for seeing things "as they are".
Extra marital affairs are but one expression of"what is "and indeed I find this behavioral phenomenon as interesting as taking religious vows or winning an election en route to high political power! Om Guru Namah.
| updated:21 July 2017 |
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