Would you like if:

• you could be introduced into the secrets of Vedic astrology within a cheerful course?
• you could analyze your own chart independently?
• you could provide help to your loved ones during their adversities?
• you could read and analyze horoscopes like the one below?

Sample map

The training is held at different levels, intensity and schedule.

1.) Basic Vedic, Indian astrology course deals with the basics (signs, houses, planets, their relationship and interaction, the foundations of Moon houses, simple chart analyses methods), as well as with developing your self-knowledge. Since you will be learning the basics of astrology through your own chart, you may discover your most hidden traits during studying, and then you may start working on eliminating the negative ones. After the end of the basic course, the students will take a written and oral exam. Those, who succeed, will receive a certificate on the successful completion of the course.

2.) At the advanced Vedic, Indian astrology course the basics is considered to be mastered. (Those, who haven’t taken an exam of the basics, can also participate.) Besides multiple chart analyzing methods, you will have the chance to learn applications aimed at examing an individual’s different areas of life (Vimshottari Dasha or life clock, synestry or relationship analysis, preparing the yearly horoscope, Moon-based ascendant, in-depth study of the Moon houses). This training is also closed by a written and oral examination. On top of that, students need to work out a native’s natal chart, taking into consideration the effects of transits and the life clock. Successful completion of the course will be again rewarded by a certificate.

3.) Advanced training of astrologer candidates is the next level. Here, the goal is the perfection of the students’ analysis methods (including the branching, organizing and query-type of astrological analyses) as well as attaining the practice of analyzing a large number of charts. Since by working with the natal chart the astrologer gains insight into the native’s past, present and future, the ethics of astrology is an important part of the training. The astrologer asks questions from the native during chart analysis, which requires straight questions and sincere responses. Its practice is covered bt the theme ‘communication knowledge’. The training ends by the completion of a thesis, as well as by a written and oral examination. Those who pass, will receive a Vedic astrology diploma, certifying the completion of the various stages of the training.

4.) Those students can participate in the individual intensive and/or catching-up training, who fell behind their group due to sickness, traveling or family reasons and would like to make up for their omission; or those who would like to obtain astrological knowledge faster.

The courses of various levels are built on each other, and the students undertake to participate in the training and will pay the course fee even in case of absence.

”Acchedyo ‘yam adāhyo ‘yam akledyo śoṣya eva ca nityaḥ sarva-gataḥ sthāṇur  acalo ‘yaṁ sanātanaḥ.

”The soul is unbreakable and incombustible; it can neither be dampened nor dried. It is everlasting, in all places, unalterable, immutable, and primordial.”

Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 2., Verse 24.