Journey with the

Nakshatras

Vedic lunar mansions form the stellar matrix behind the zodiac, each of them reflecting the quality of different gods, representing different Divine qualities and different stages of soul’s journey towards self-discovery. They are the key to understanding who you truly are and what is your soul’s purpose in this lifetime.

Upcoming webinars

28 Oct 2020

Anuradha Nakshatra

1 Nov 2020

Jyeshta Nakshatra

17 Nov 2020

Mula Nakshatra

16 Dec 2020

Purvashadha Nakshatra

It is said that this material world is an imperfect reflection of spiritual world. Nakshatras, 27 Vedic stars beyond the zodiac, with their gods and shaktis, are revealing us our Divine potential, as well as give us hints about how can we get the best of it to live more aligned life. After years of practising Vedic Astrology I cannot even imagine doing a reading without implementing an in-depth knowledge about the nakshatras.

And this is what I wish to share with you.

Start studying Nakshatras for real

Are you ready to start studying nakshatras for real? Choose tier $16 on Patreon and join me on live, 3-hour long, in-depth nakshatra webinars, in which we dive deeply into secrets of each nakshatra’s deity, mythology, symbolism, nakshatra padas, astrological anatomy, yogataras, special degrees and study cases.

Year 2020
28 October – Anuradha
1 November – Jyeshta
17 November – Mula
16 December – Purvashadha
Year 2021
13 January – Uttarashadha
10 February – Shravana
11 March – Dhanishta
8 April – Shatabhisha
6 May – Purva Bhadrapada
4 June – Uttara Bhadrapada
2 July – Revati

27 nakshatras - all inclusive package

If it is easier for you, you can also make a single purchase that will give you the access to all existing and upcoming Nakshatra webinars recordings, as well as to comprehensive pre-read material shared with each and every nakshatra. You will also receive my “Anatomy of the Nakshatras” student’s book as gift, when you choose this package and you will be invited to join all our upcoming live sessions.

Navatara Nakshatra Workshop

Learn the ancient system of Navatara (9 stars) and special taras (stars counted from your natal Moon) and discover secrets of your own birth chart, which you haven’t notice before. On this in-depth workshop we will cover the meaning of every single lunar mansion as counted from your birth nakshatra and its deeper meaning – from 1 to 28. You will learn how to understand better the subtle pulse of Time.

Kalachakra Workshop

Kalachakra, the mystical Wheel of Time, is perhaps the most powerful tool in Vedic Astrology that helps you to really understand the flow of energy on different days and how to make the best use of it. It is a mystical diagram based on 28 nakshatras system that shows you whether your personal life force is currently in tune with the flow of cosmic energy – and if it is out of tune, it gives you the tips how to correct it.
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+3 hours per nakshatra

I believe that in order to learn some really deep secrets of Vedic Astrology and lunar mansion superficial approach is not enough. You need enough time to dive deep into the symbolism of each nakshatra, as well as its astrological anatomy, cosmic resonance, and, finally: learning how to apply it in real birth charts. Because each nakshatra has its own dynamism. This is why each of my nakshatra sessions lasts at least 3 hours – but some are longer.
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+20 study cases

Knowledge without application is fruitless. This is why on each of our nakshatra sessions we will spend some time (sometimes less, sometimes more) to look at real study cases and decode how the energy of that exact nakshatra manifests in the life of that person: how the degree of the planet makes a difference, how it manifests over time through Vimshottari mahadasha, etc. You will also receive at least 20 study cases for your personal studies.
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+20 pages of pre-read material

With the recording of each Nakshatra session (or before you join any live class) you will receive a comprehensive pre-read material, usually at least 20 pages long. Most of it are fragments from the ancient sacred scriptures, which I have collected over the years of my research. I have spent hours digging through the Vedas and other scriptures to put this information together – which is why you will probably not find it anywhere else.

Spiritual approach

I am not interested in sharing with you only some technical knowledge or telling you how to use the boundless wisdom of the nakshatras just to make some small predictions. What I really want to share with you is how this knowledge can change your life and life of others around you. I want to share with you, how meditating with the nakshatras and learning from their wisdom changed my life, and how it can help you to evolve spiritually, as well.

Choose the Nakshatra you want to learn more about

If you wish to learn just about one nakshatra, which is special to you, that is ok, as well. You can purchase single nakshatra webinar recordings from our online shop. Each nashatra lesson is at least 3 hour long and will be given to you along with comprehensive, at least 20 pages long, pre-read material, visual charts for easier studying and plenty of study cases for self-study.

Ashwini

This is the nakshatra of Divine twins, Ashwins, who, born from the union of Sun-god (Light) and through the nostrils of Samjna (Consciousness) represent prana, cosmic life force, and its creative and healing potential. Airy, swift and dynamic in nature, its energy resembles a running horse. It makes everything more dynamic, speedy and energised. It helps us to find solutions fast. With its power of recovery it has the power to bring instant, miraculous healing to the body and mind.

Bharani

Bharani nakshatra belongs to Yamaraj, god of our conscience, which helps us to navigate through the journey of life on earth. Yama is also a god of death, endings and mortality, who teaches us how to surrender to the flow of life and let go – how to unblock the healthy flow of life by embracing the change and relaxing a little bit into the present moment, instead of fearing the uknown. But he also inspires us to conserve our life force wisely through healthy self-restraint.

Krittika

This star belongs to Agni, the Divine fire that connects the world of humans with the world of gods. This Divine mediator is the bringer of inspiration, clarity, self-knowledge, light and truth. Dwelling partially in the sign of Aries (head of Kalapurusha, Spirit of Time), and partially Taurus (face of Kalapurusha), Krittika nakshatra inspires us to bring more light of truth and integrity into our lives – and to make the light of our inspiration shine through us and manifest into the world.

Rohini

Rohini is the star of growth and expansion, as its presiding deity is Prajapati or Divine Creator himself. He is responsible for our urge to create, procreate, grow and expand, so we can progress in material and spiritual life. Rohini inspires us to grow, arise, expand, create, progress and materialise all our ideas. It nourishes all that it touches. This is why we need to be very careful, which desires are we allowing into our inner space on the day when Moon is in Rohini nakshatra.

Mrigashira

Mrigashira is a star governed by blissful Soma, who presides over our mind itself. Its shakti or power is prinana shakti, which is the power to give us bliss and fulfillment – a powerful indication that true fulfillment and bliss are hidden in… our own state of mind itself. When mind is peaceful or saumya, bliss awakens naturally. Mrigashira nakshatra is the star of searching – but very often what it is really searching for, the deeper sense of fulfillment, is hidden deep inside.

Ardra

Ardra literally means “the moist one”. Similarly like reviving rain, which usually comes along with storm, softens the soil, so our heart gets transformed and softened through intense life experiences. This is the star of Rudra, who is the god of all the inner and outer storms, turbulence, transformations and powerful, unrestrained forces of nature. He challenges us to make our effort when meeting turbulent situations in life and see how we can progress through them.

Punarvasu

This lunar mansion belongs to Aditi, the Mother of gods, who birthed the entire creation into being. She represents our ability to manifest our ideas and give birth to them in material world. Being a presiding deity of akash of all-embracing ether element, she connects us with the boundless source of inspiration, which we can access only when we maintain open and non-judgemental state of mind. That is why she is called Aditi: “the undivided one”.

Pushya

Pushya nakshatra helps us to nourish all that is good, within us and to grow above our limitations, like lotus flower, which grows in the mud, pierces through the surface to become the most beautiful of all flowers. It inspires us to seek beauty and opportunity to grow in every life experience. It also teaches us not to be afraid to open our hearts – because our soul, more vast than the sky, is so much bigger than any of our little problems. Such are the spiritual lessons from Pushya nakshatra.

Ashlesha

Ashlesha nakshatra, star ruled by Nagas, Divine serpents, is one of the most challenging and most misunderstood lunar mansions. It is also the most vulnerable and the most sensitive of all the stars, which can often make its energy overly introverted and overly protective. Before we experience final freedom, release and detachment of Magha nakshatra, it is here, in Ashlesha, that all our inner attachments, poisons and layers of our ego, are getting intensely purified and finally need to be left behind.

Magha

Magha nakshatra, bringing release after intense energies in Ashlesha, inspires us to seek spiritual freedom from material bondages – but at the same to honour our roots and stay responsible towards the world that we come from. Because detachment, without respect to our eternal connection to continuum of life, can be destructive, too.

Purva Phalguni

Purva Phalguni nakshatra, the original 11th star from the beginning of the zodiac, is all about bringing 1 + 1 together – bringing two individual or opposing forces together in order to create something new. Hence its power is prajanana shake or the power to create. Its presiding deity is Aryaman, the Divine Mediator.

Uttara Phalguni

Bhaga, a presiding deity of Uttara Phalguni nakshatra, is a god of Divine bliss, who leads us towards earthly and heavenly prosperity. Igniting within us the light of Divine intelligence, he helps us to discern and choose wisely, which paths will lead us to joy and both material and spiritual abundance.

Hasta

Savitar, Vedic Sun-god, represents the light of our intelligence that dispels the darkness of ignorance. It is because of the light of the Sun that we can recognise the true form and shape of all things. Similarly Savitar, the presiding deity of Hasta nakshatra, blesses us with the power of recognition and understanding of things.

Citra

Tvashtar, the Divine Architect and creator of all forms, inspires us to take shape our own destiny with our hands and efforts. Being a presiding deity of Citra nakshatra, the most tamasic of all lunar mansions, he teaches us how to taken even darkest or most difficult experience and turn it into something beautiful – in the same way how oyster turns an irritating grain of sand into a precious pearl.

Swati

Swati nakshatra and Vayu himself represent unrestrained, impulsive creativity and spark of inspiration. It inspires our mind to move forward and discover new horizons. Dwelling at the heart of airy Libra, original seventh house, Swati nakshatra also supports us in all types of energy exchange, like trade, negotiations and mediations.

Vishakha

Vishakha nakshatra is governed by Vedic god known as Indragni, the unified power of our prana, the life force (Indra) and focused will power (Agni), which ignites within us a spark of inspiration, motivation and ambition. The very same divinity is sometimes also addressed and known as Indrani or Shakti, consort of Indra.

Anuradha

Mitra Aditya is the god of sacred relationships and reminds us that every relation in our life is sacred and can be healed only with the power of unconditional love. He inspires us to introspect and notice all the things that prevent the true love (and, very often, love for ourselves) from being manifested in our life, like jealousy, resentment, grief, pain or any trauma from the past.

Jyeshta

Indra inspires us to fight for what we truly want in life and to never give up when obstacles come our way. He sharpens our inner vision, so we can see all the difficulties and our inner enemies more clearly. But this type of clarity may often come with a price of becoming overly critical towards ourselves or others and becoming too suspicious, as well as very restless in our relations.

Mula

Mula nakshatra is, perhaps, the most mysterious lunar mansion. Unlike other nakshatras, it doesn’t consist of stars, but its main portion on the sky contains Galactic Center, a supermassive black hole, around which our solar system is revolving in the cycle of cosmic evolution. Mula nakshatra unroots all that is unreal and superficial to give space to the truth. Even if truth initially feels unpleasant, eventually it liberates us from our own illusions.

Purvashadha

Apas, Goddess of Cosmic Waters, invokes from within us the mighty stream of Divine wisdom and inspiration and makes us think about profound topics of life. She encourages us think about things in a larger scale, as well as makes us more aware about ourselves as the parts of the society or collective consciousness.

Uttarashadha

Vishwadevas, universal gods, who are presiding deities of Uttarashadha nakshatra, represent collective powers of heavens, all the gods united together working for a common goal. In the microcosm of our energy body they represent all our inner forces and energies getting mobilised and united together for a common goal.

Shravana

Vishnu, the all-pervasive force sustaining the existence of the universe, is the presiding deity of Shravana nakshatra. “Everything rests upon Me, as pearls are strung on a thread”, he says in Bhagavad Gita. You cannot see the thread, but you are well aware that without it the pearl necklace would be destroyed. Lord Vishnu represents that underlying force, which connects everything into a collective consciousness.

Dhanishta

Dhanishta nakshatra is presided by Vasus, the 8 elemental forces (sometimes also imagined as 8 primordial serpents), which create, sustain and transform this material universe – as well as our inner universe. Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Ether, Sun, Moon and the Star (which are the 8 Vasus) do not only exist in the external universe, but also represent different levels of our consciousness, starting from muladhara chakra (root) and ending with sahasrara (crown).

Shatabhisha

Varuna is the guardian of truth and righteousness. He is the Cosmic Judge and the lord of karma, who always tries to bring us back to the right path. Sometimes, in order for our earthly learning process to be successful, he also needs to give us back some of our less pleasant karma and make it manifest itself in our lives as disease, poverty or loss.

Purva Bhadrapada

Purva Bhadrapada nakshatra connects the sidereal sign of Aquarius (collective consciousness) with the sign of Pisces (super consciousness) – it elevates us from worldly consciousness to Divine consciousness. Therefore its name means “first auspicious step” reaching beyond the material world. Its very shakti is called yajamana udyamana shakti – “the power to spiritually elevate the aspirant”.

Uttara Bhadrapada

Ahirbudhnya, “the one, who carries the burden of the world”, is none else than Ananta Shesha himself, the cosmic serpent, on whom Lord Vishnu is reclyining in his yogic sleep, yoganidra. He is none different than Sankarshana, vyuha of Lord Vishnu presiding over deep sleep (sushupti) state of consciousness and guna of tamas (inertia). He carries all the worlds on his countless hoods.

Revati

Sideral zodiac ends and completes with Revati nakshatra, the star of Pushan, the Cosmic Shepherd (and one of the Adityas, too) – which is the star of journey of the soul to its final destination, in this life and after death. Pushan himself is the Aditya responsible for taking the soul to other realms after its departure from this earthly plane, and delivering it to its final goal. And no wonder – this is the last star of the zodiac.

Choose the Nakshatra you want to learn more about

If you wish to learn just about one nakshatra, which is special to you, that is ok, as well. You can purchase single nakshatra webinar recordings from our online shop. Each nashatra lesson is at least 3 hour long and will be given to you along with comprehensive, at least 20 pages long, pre-read material, visual charts for easier studying and plenty of study cases for self-study.

Ashwini

This is the nakshatra of Divine twins, Ashwins, who, born from the union of Sun-god (Light) and through the nostrils of Samjna (Consciousness) represent prana, cosmic life force, and its creative and healing potential. Airy, swift and dynamic in nature, its energy resembles a running horse. It makes everything more dynamic, speedy and energised. It helps us to find solutions fast. With its power of recovery it has the power to bring instant, miraculous healing to the body and mind.

Bharani

Bharani nakshatra belongs to Yamaraj, god of our conscience, which helps us to navigate through the journey of life on earth. Yama is also a god of death, endings and mortality, who teaches us how to surrender to the flow of life and let go – how to unblock the healthy flow of life by embracing the change and relaxing a little bit into the present moment, instead of fearing the uknown. But he also inspires us to conserve our life force wisely through healthy self-restraint.

Krittika

This star belongs to Agni, the Divine fire that connects the world of humans with the world of gods. This Divine mediator is the bringer of inspiration, clarity, self-knowledge, light and truth. Dwelling partially in the sign of Aries (head of Kalapurusha, Spirit of Time), and partially Taurus (face of Kalapurusha), Krittika nakshatra inspires us to bring more light of truth and integrity into our lives – and to make the light of our inspiration shine through us and manifest into the world.

Rohini

Rohini is the star of growth and expansion, as its presiding deity is Prajapati or Divine Creator himself. He is responsible for our urge to create, procreate, grow and expand, so we can progress in material and spiritual life. Rohini inspires us to grow, arise, expand, create, progress and materialise all our ideas. It nourishes all that it touches. This is why we need to be very careful, which desires are we allowing into our inner space on the day when Moon is in Rohini nakshatra.

Mrigashira

Mrigashira is a star governed by blissful Soma, who presides over our mind itself. Its shakti or power is prinana shakti, which is the power to give us bliss and fulfillment – a powerful indication that true fulfillment and bliss are hidden in… our own state of mind itself. When mind is peaceful or saumya, bliss awakens naturally. Mrigashira nakshatra is the star of searching – but very often what it is really searching for, the deeper sense of fulfillment, is hidden deep inside.

Ardra

Ardra literally means “the moist one”. Similarly like reviving rain, which usually comes along with storm, softens the soil, so our heart gets transformed and softened through intense life experiences. This is the star of Rudra, who is the god of all the inner and outer storms, turbulence, transformations and powerful, unrestrained forces of nature. He challenges us to make our effort when meeting turbulent situations in life and see how we can progress through them.

Punarvasu

This lunar mansion belongs to Aditi, the Mother of gods, who birthed the entire creation into being. She represents our ability to manifest our ideas and give birth to them in material world. Being a presiding deity of akash of all-embracing ether element, she connects us with the boundless source of inspiration, which we can access only when we maintain open and non-judgemental state of mind. That is why she is called Aditi: “the undivided one”.

Pushya

Pushya nakshatra helps us to nourish all that is good, within us and to grow above our limitations, like lotus flower, which grows in the mud, pierces through the surface to become the most beautiful of all flowers. It inspires us to seek beauty and opportunity to grow in every life experience. It also teaches us not to be afraid to open our hearts – because our soul, more vast than the sky, is so much bigger than any of our little problems. Such are the spiritual lessons from Pushya nakshatra.

Ashlesha

Ashlesha nakshatra, star ruled by Nagas, Divine serpents, is one of the most challenging and most misunderstood lunar mansions. It is also the most vulnerable and the most sensitive of all the stars, which can often make its energy overly introverted and overly protective. Before we experience final freedom, release and detachment of Magha nakshatra, it is here, in Ashlesha, that all our inner attachments, poisons and layers of our ego, are getting intensely purified and finally need to be left behind.

Magha

Magha nakshatra, bringing release after intense energies in Ashlesha, inspires us to seek spiritual freedom from material bondages – but at the same to honour our roots and stay responsible towards the world that we come from. Because detachment, without respect to our eternal connection to continuum of life, can be destructive, too.

Purva Phalguni

Purva Phalguni nakshatra, the original 11th star from the beginning of the zodiac, is all about bringing 1 + 1 together – bringing two individual or opposing forces together in order to create something new. Hence its power is prajanana shake or the power to create. Its presiding deity is Aryaman, the Divine Mediator.

Uttara Phalguni

Bhaga, a presiding deity of Uttara Phalguni nakshatra, is a god of Divine bliss, who leads us towards earthly and heavenly prosperity. Igniting within us the light of Divine intelligence, he helps us to discern and choose wisely, which paths will lead us to joy and both material and spiritual abundance.

Hasta

Savitar, Vedic Sun-god, represents the light of our intelligence that dispels the darkness of ignorance. It is because of the light of the Sun that we can recognise the true form and shape of all things. Similarly Savitar, the presiding deity of Hasta nakshatra, blesses us with the power of recognition and understanding of things.

Citra

Tvashtar, the Divine Architect and creator of all forms, inspires us to take shape our own destiny with our hands and efforts. Being a presiding deity of Citra nakshatra, the most tamasic of all lunar mansions, he teaches us how to taken even darkest or most difficult experience and turn it into something beautiful – in the same way how oyster turns an irritating grain of sand into a precious pearl.

Swati

Swati nakshatra and Vayu himself represent unrestrained, impulsive creativity and spark of inspiration. It inspires our mind to move forward and discover new horizons. Dwelling at the heart of airy Libra, original seventh house, Swati nakshatra also supports us in all types of energy exchange, like trade, negotiations and mediations.

Vishakha

Vishakha nakshatra is governed by Vedic god known as Indragni, the unified power of our prana, the life force (Indra) and focused will power (Agni), which ignites within us a spark of inspiration, motivation and ambition. The very same divinity is sometimes also addressed and known as Indrani or Shakti, consort of Indra.

Anuradha

Mitra Aditya is the god of sacred relationships and reminds us that every relation in our life is sacred and can be healed only with the power of unconditional love. He inspires us to introspect and notice all the things that prevent the true love (and, very often, love for ourselves) from being manifested in our life, like jealousy, resentment, grief, pain or any trauma from the past.

Jyeshta

Indra inspires us to fight for what we truly want in life and to never give up when obstacles come our way. He sharpens our inner vision, so we can see all the difficulties and our inner enemies more clearly. But this type of clarity may often come with a price of becoming overly critical towards ourselves or others and becoming too suspicious, as well as very restless in our relations.

Mula

Mula nakshatra is, perhaps, the most mysterious lunar mansion. Unlike other nakshatras, it doesn’t consist of stars, but its main portion on the sky contains Galactic Center, a supermassive black hole, around which our solar system is revolving in the cycle of cosmic evolution. Mula nakshatra unroots all that is unreal and superficial to give space to the truth. Even if truth initially feels unpleasant, eventually it liberates us from our own illusions.

Purvashadha

Apas, Goddess of Cosmic Waters, invokes from within us the mighty stream of Divine wisdom and inspiration and makes us think about profound topics of life. She encourages us think about things in a larger scale, as well as makes us more aware about ourselves as the parts of the society or collective consciousness.

Uttarashadha

Vishwadevas, universal gods, who are presiding deities of Uttarashadha nakshatra, represent collective powers of heavens, all the gods united together working for a common goal. In the microcosm of our energy body they represent all our inner forces and energies getting mobilised and united together for a common goal.

Shravana

Vishnu, the all-pervasive force sustaining the existence of the universe, is the presiding deity of Shravana nakshatra. “Everything rests upon Me, as pearls are strung on a thread”, he says in Bhagavad Gita. You cannot see the thread, but you are well aware that without it the pearl necklace would be destroyed. Lord Vishnu represents that underlying force, which connects everything into a collective consciousness.

Dhanishta

Dhanishta nakshatra is presided by Vasus, the 8 elemental forces (sometimes also imagined as 8 primordial serpents), which create, sustain and transform this material universe – as well as our inner universe. Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Ether, Sun, Moon and the Star (which are the 8 Vasus) do not only exist in the external universe, but also represent different levels of our consciousness, starting from muladhara chakra (root) and ending with sahasrara (crown).

Shatabhisha

Varuna is the guardian of truth and righteousness. He is the Cosmic Judge and the lord of karma, who always tries to bring us back to the right path. Sometimes, in order for our earthly learning process to be successful, he also needs to give us back some of our less pleasant karma and make it manifest itself in our lives as disease, poverty or loss.

Purva Bhadrapada

Purva Bhadrapada nakshatra connects the sidereal sign of Aquarius (collective consciousness) with the sign of Pisces (super consciousness) – it elevates us from worldly consciousness to Divine consciousness. Therefore its name means “first auspicious step” reaching beyond the material world. Its very shakti is called yajamana udyamana shakti – “the power to spiritually elevate the aspirant”.

Uttara Bhadrapada

Ahirbudhnya, “the one, who carries the burden of the world”, is none else than Ananta Shesha himself, the cosmic serpent, on whom Lord Vishnu is reclyining in his yogic sleep, yoganidra. He is none different than Sankarshana, vyuha of Lord Vishnu presiding over deep sleep (sushupti) state of consciousness and guna of tamas (inertia). He carries all the worlds on his countless hoods.

Revati

Sideral zodiac ends and completes with Revati nakshatra, the star of Pushan, the Cosmic Shepherd (and one of the Adityas, too) – which is the star of journey of the soul to its final destination, in this life and after death. Pushan himself is the Aditya responsible for taking the soul to other realms after its departure from this earthly plane, and delivering it to its final goal. And no wonder – this is the last star of the zodiac.

Anatomy of the Nakshatras

Anatomy of the Nakshatras is a student’s book, which I prepared especially for participants of my on-going Nakshatra Course to support them in researching some of the fascinating features of the nakshatras, Vedic lunar mansions. You will find here 5 visual slides per each nakshatra:
1. Nakshatra placement in the zodiac
Nakshatra placement in the zodiac in relation to exaltation and debilitation signs of its nakshatra lord. Because in the manifested universe everything is interconnected – nothing exists independently. You can learn a lot about the nature of the nakshatra, just by relating it to exaltation and debilitation placements of its nakshatra lord.

2. Detailed information on each nakshatra pada
Each nakshatra has its 4 quaters with their own unique qualities, such as vibration, element, gender, maturity, motivation, navamsha rashi and personality traits.
3. Anatomy of the nakshatra
Anatomy of the nakshatra with all its special degrees marked in a visually attractive way. On these slides you will finally find all the special degrees integrated into one visual chart, which makes it easier to research and memorise them: yogataras, amrita nadis, visha nadis, gandantas, pushkara bhagas, mrityu bhagas, exaltation, debilitation and mulatrikona degrees of the grahas, as well as vargottama, pushkaramsha and ashtamamsha padas.
4. Navatara nakshatra
Navatara nakshatras and special taras, along with their explanation. Becuause each nakshatra shares some type of relation with every other nakshatra.
5. Nakshatra vedhas
Nakshatra vedhas or so-called „nakshatra aspects”. You will notice a beautiful logic behind how different nakshatras and their deities are geniously interconnected in this Sarvatobadra Chakra – and it will give you additional insights into the nature of the nakshatra and its interactions.

What people say

“Dear Achala ji, I cannot repeat it often enough: you are amazing. You are presenting everything in such a depth and with such a wide knowledge and understanding! It is such a delight to learn from you and with you.”
– Verena (Germany)

What people say

“Achala ji, thank you for giving us incredible insights into the nakshatras. I learned so many things from you, as your approach to navagrahas, nakshatras and tithis is more spiritually and psychologically oriented. Your slides pre-read materials are unique and show your passion for Vedic Astrology. Thanks again for sharing your treasures with us in this journey of discovering our inner universe.”
– Vignesh (India)

What people say

“If you are interested – truly interested and keen – to learn about the nakshatras, you should join Achala’s nakshatra course immediately. Each nakshatra webinar is at least 3 hours long accompanied with an abundant amount of reading materials! You will learn about the nakshatras, how to make nakshatras part of your life and how to read charts using nakshatras. I have been left feeling fulfilled, inspired and contented after every webinar.”
– Waimay (UK)

What people say

“Personally, I am very pleased by the way you approach every nakshatra and the amount of detail put across for every session. I would highly recommend this series to someone who would like to enhance his knowledge base in astrology. Special mention to the spiritual angle you take as your style of presentation. I also love the puranic stories shared which really helps someone understand the very intricacies of the nakshatra.”
– Jeeva (India)

Achala Sylwia Mihajlovic

I am an Atma Kriya Yoga teacher, Vedic Astrologer and a fellow soul on a journey through life. Since I started practising Vedic Astrology, back in 2010, it greatly enriched my spiritual path and experience of life itself. It allowed me to notice the Divine presence, manifested in our lives in so many vibrant forms, in much more tangible way – and at the same time taught me how to learn from the wisdom of the present moment. To that Divine knowledge I bow down. And I hope it will inspire you in the same way.

Other works

Discovering Youniverse

2017

Discovering Youniverse” is a fascinating journey through your chakras, which helps you to understand how the macrocosm of planetary influences is connected to the microcosm of chakras within your subtle body. Find out how the chakras in your energy body resonate with different planets, zodiac signs and nakshatras.

Journey with the Moon

2018

Journey with the Moon” is the first book ever dedicated entirely to tithis and their lunar goddesses (Nitya Devis), as well as their meaning in spirituality and Vedic astrology. Each page of this book is rich with deeper knowledge about the lunar phases. Additionally, you will also find here the stencils of 15 lunar yantras.

12 Vedic Suns

2019 – present

Twelve Vedic Suns” is going to be the first book ever decoding the deeper meaning of 12 Adityas – twelve forms of Sun-god in Vedic Astrology. I am still in the process of writing it, but you can already pre-order it and get an early access to already finished chapters to see what is going to be about.