The soul is the thinking of the Supreme Being. A reflection in a looking glass is not injured on its breaking. In the same manner, the self, the examination of the Supreme Being reflected in the internal feeling, endures as big as the evaluating mechanism, the inward sense, prevails. When it is demolished, the soul is librated or obtains redemption or moksha.
The single purpose in life is to fulfil salvation, it is the final purpose that all of us must conduct. It alone brings total fulfilment, after that there is nothing more to progress zero to miss; there is only one consecutive state of being.
Salvation is the union of nectar; it is the nation of immorality. We are born with the purpose of realizing the soul. Unless self-realization or salvation becomes our aim, suffering will have no end and the health and satisfaction of community or an individual will never improve.
In redemption, the person fulfilled the highest state of absolute consciousness. His attention for recovery, passing, duration and period improvements with time.
By carefully identifying and spiritual horoscope an experienced astrologer can indicate, whether an individual can or cannot obtain the highest level of consciousness and the supreme goal of freedom or moksha.
Moksha is the final purpose of the soul, according to the Vedas and Vedic astrology. It is the moral freedom that the soul is constantly conducting for as it passes through the cycle of life and extinction. According to the Vedic goals of existence, a spirit must fulfil four objectives – Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha. While ‘Dharma’ equates with employment, ‘Artha’ with income, and ‘Kama’ with satisfaction, nothing is ultimate to ‘moksha’, which is pure sovereignty. Without freedom or moksha, the other three purposes have no substantial meaning in life.
Our spirit is the authentic thinking of the supreme being. Obtain fulfilment brings fulfilment and obtains the process of life and death that the spirit desires to suffer until it accomplishes salvation or freedom. It is declared that when someone’s soul attains moksha, he/she is believed to have accomplished the outstanding category of absolute consciousness. This suggests that the individual is more familiar with life, demise, and afterlife. But how can one determine where in the corridor to moksha is their spirit stances? Nicely, examining the birth chart of someone assists us to do this!
An astrologer can survey the birth chart of a someone to assume whether their spirit will be able to accomplish moksha in the existing life or still desires more time in the being and loss process to get there. The birth chart of someone has some ‘yogas’ or ‘possibilities’ that demonstrate various problems. One such yoga is the ‘moksha yoga’, which demonstrates a big chance that someone will attain moksha in the existing or the following lifetime.
In a horoscope, there are three houses that are especially peeked at to understand more about existence, loss, and moksha. These are the 4th(heart), 8th (hidden energy)and 12th house(moksha). The 4th house conversations about the ‘end of life’, the 8th house is expressive of ‘death’ and the 12th house conversations about ‘after loss’. Distant from this, one desires to also peek at the Lagna, 5th house, 9th house, Jupiter, Saturn, Sun, Moon, Ketu and numerous assortments of these planets, the houses and their lords.
Some assortments that are expressive of the chance of a native being able to fulfil moksha in the existing life are: