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Interstellar Star School: Intro Session 1, Part 1

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Date:October 18, 2015
Duration:1:38:20

Introductory Workshop to Guru Jagat’s upcoming course “Interstellar Star School,” beginning January 2016. This course is presented as a combination of Guru JagatÕs own personal study of astrology, and how it relates to the teachings of Yogi BhajanÕs interstellar teaching, cosmology, and technology to prepare the individual to cross into this imminent new Space Age.

Course topics will include:
– Yogi Bhajan as Master Astrologer. He uses a whole coding around zodiac and astrological archetypes as being a way to develop the sensory system, and even rewrite a personÕs destiny.
– Analysis of participants’ natal chart Ð the chart being the mandala and blueprint of electromagnetic prenatal activity. ÒThe imprint of the subtle electromagnetic energy of the planetary grid at the moment you were born IS the natal chartÉWe want to have the AWARENESS of these imprints of that cosmic DNA to MANEUVER it.Ó Ð Guru Jagat
– Tools available to get a sense of an astrological pattern and how to maneuver it, to activate and deactivate certain energies
-Meditations for specific astrological phenomenon (e.g, meditation for when Mars is retrograde)
-Sound and mantra to reshape patterns and sequences of planetary patterns both in the sky and natal chart.
– Prenatal eclipse cycles and how they influence the chart; magnetic configuration of planets affect the nervous system of the fetus and how that creates a certain magnetic force of energy in the birth process
– Geometric relationships in astrology and Tantric energy
– Meditations for certain ÒundesirableÓ natal charts
– Developing ways to upgrade our sensory systems to use more of the interplanetary energy and gamma waves entering the planet, and to be able to handle the huge vastness happening with this new Space Age.

Following the lecture, work the ribcage to open the space for the Pranic Soul and increase neuron velocity. Abbreviated yoga kriya with 17 minute meditation. There is a break before the second part of the introduction.