“Karma is not just a metaphysical philosophy. It is real. Whatever you think becomes a reality in the invisible space-time complex of your soul and then this manifest in life after an appropriate lapse of time. That’s why it is very, very important to be positive. We should have only positive thoughts. If there are negative thoughts, we do not know what danger they may inflict upon us in this life and in the life to come, because the thought process is what creates karma.”

~ Dr. Pillai, Astroved Founder

Pradosham is every 13th Moon and provides a grace period in which extreme karma busting can happen. Soma Pradosham or Pradosham that falls on a Monday is considered particularly powerful to remove karmic mental afflictions.

The Goddess of the Mind and The Master of Time

In Vedic Mythology, the ruler or “overlord” of the Moon is Shiva’s consort, Parvati.   She is the source of creative energy and is a dynamic extension of Shiva onto this universe. The Moon controls emotions and mentality. To master your mind you must first dissolve your karmas.   karmas are thoughts, deeds and actions which are stored in your permanent records or your energetic signature.   Once cleared, Shakti or powerful energy represented by the Goddess, can flow uninterrupted into all aspects of your life.

Lord Shiva is shown wearing the crescent moon in his hair. The waxing and waning of the Moon reveals the time cycle through which creation evolves from the beginning to the end. Lord Shiva has mastered time symbolizing the Eternal Reality beyond time.

The secret of life is codified in ancient stories of all different cultures.  The Vedic texts are one of Life’s Manuals if you can de-code and de-mystify it.  Spiritual Scientists like Dr Pillai assist in our evolution by sharing their knowledge of the Vedas from Ancient India through Vedic Astrology and the use of Vedic Myths or ‘mythotherapy.’