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Take Astrology as a Helping Tool in Real Life
by Sharad Kumar Soni

http://www.dorrancebookstore.com/taasashetoin.html

Preface of "Take Astrology as a Helping Tool in Real Life" by SHARAD KUMAR SONI

 

Sometimes I think I am an Astrologer/Psychic, or not. When I started to read astrology, I never kept full faith in it. I was very clearly aware of one thing: Without any “karma,” you would not get anything in life. So I prefer reallife experience to astrology.

Karma is always on top, whether you have knowledge of astrology or not. Astrology itself says that to get results from astrology, you need to do hard work and have karma. In this regard, some hard-working people say destiny is nothing, only karma. I agree totally, but at the same time, I believe one thing very deeply: Our bodies are made of many things, and in a body, one part plays a major role: the mind. And what the role of the mind is everyone knows. The mind commands the body; with those commands, the body starts to work.

Do you know how the mind gets commands to think or to make a wish? It is very simple: from planets or a natural system that directs us to do things, and we focus our efforts as per the commands on the body.

You can see for yourself that wishes do more than the mind and karma. Wishes always come at the right time as per destiny.

How can we read destiny? There astrology plays a major role. But I still say that you must not keep full faith in astrological predictions; astrology itself is perfect, but no one can say that about the astrologer, the one who makes the predictions.

I believe we should take astrology as a helping tool to make our lives perfect and well-planned. Army soldiers, for instance, plan strategies before going to war so that the chances of winning would increase or the chances of losing would decrease.

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