December 7, 2023


Those whose minds are undisciplined never reach their goal and go on to reincarnate. 

The wise and the disciplined, it says, obtain their goal and are free from the cycle of rebirth.

Altering Course of Human History! 

Lunar Nodes in Taurus & Scorpio = Coming 18 Month Forecast!


The law of cause and effect forms an integral part of Hindu philosophy. This law is termed as ‘karma’, which means to’act’. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Current English defines it as the “sum of person’s actions in one of his successive states of existence, viewed as deciding his fate for the next”. In Sanskrit karma means “volitional action that is undertaken deliberately or knowingly”. 

This also dovetails self-determination and a strong will power to abstain from inactivity. 

Karma is the differentia that characterizes human beings and distinguishes him from other creatures of the world.

The Natural Law

The theory of karma harps on the Newtonian principle that every action produces an equal and opposite reaction. Every time we think or do something, we create a cause, which in time will bear its corresponding effects. And this cyclical cause and effect generate the concepts of samsara (or the world) and birth and reincarnation. It is the personality of a human being or the jivatman — with its positive and negative actions — that causes karma.

Karma could be both the activities of the body or the mind, irrespective of the consideration whether the performance brings fruition immediately or at a later stage. However, the involuntary or the reflex actions of the body cannot be called karma.

Your Karma Is Your Own Doing

Every person is responsible for his or her acts and thoughts, so each person’s karma is entirely his or her own. Occidentals see the operation of karma as fatalistic. But that is far from true since it is in the hands of an individual to shape his own future by schooling his present.

Hindu philosophy, which believes in life after death, holds the doctrine that if the karma of an individual is good enough, the next birth will be rewarding, and if not, the person may actually devolve and degenerate into a lower life form. In order to achieve good karma, it is important to live life according to dharma or what is right.

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KARMIC CHANGES in the cycles when Pluto arrived then  it’s time to change.

Not granting karma means the most fragmentary nonsense that does not serve

Altering Course of Human History! 

Lunar Nodes in Taurus & Scorpio = Coming 18 Month Forecast!

In this video, Heather gives global and personal predictions for all 12 Zodiac signs for the 18 month transit of the North and South Node through Taurus & Scorpio. Listen to the young ones for learning.

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Astrology with Heather and welcome to the forecast.

I watch for all my placements & my family and friend’s placements, so figured I might as well timestamp 😅

I’m optimistic about this! Thanks always, Heather! ✨

Thank you so very much Heather! Appreciate all the time, effort and research you have put into this.

I started studying astrology in March of 2014, it changed my life forever❤ This will be a reverse nodal return for me and I’m feeling now for sure @29degrees NN Scorpio SN Taurus 3/9 axis.Thank you Heather for all you do, I’m gonna check out your webinar

Thanks Heather for all your hard work!

Wow Heather, Your delivery is so powerful. I’m a Taurus rising Leo moon with a Taurus north node and I am so scared what this year is going to bring but I also know that my life will change for the better. So many things in my life I’ve been in the dumpster so I’m excited to hopefully see my career, my finances and hopefully my love life actually take a turn for the better after these 18 months. I literally watched your interpretation of Taurus rising probably about 4 or 5 times.

This is great. so detailed. 

Thank you – and very glad you are back and feeling better!

Chandogya Upanishad

The Chandogya Upanishad is the Upanishad that belongs to the followers of the Sama Veda. It is actually the last eight chapters of the ten-chapter Chandogya Brahmana, and it emphasizes the importance of chanting the sacred Aum and recommends a religious life, which constitutes sacrifice, austerity, charity, and the study of the Vedas while living in the house of a guru. 

This Upanishad contains the doctrine of reincarnation as an ethical consequence of karma. It also lists and explains the value of human attributes like speech, will, thought, meditation, understanding, strength, memory, and hope.

Kena Upanishad

The Kena Upanishad derives its name from the word ‘Kena’, meaning ‘by whom’. It has four sections, the first two in verse and the other two in prose. The metrical portion deals with the Supreme Unqualified Brahman, the absolute principle underlying the world of phenomenon, and the prose part deals with the Supreme as God, ‘Isvara’. The Kena Upanishad concludes, as Sandersen Beck puts it, that austerity, restraint, and work are the foundation of the mystical doctrine; the Vedas are its limbs, and the truth is its home. The one who knows it strikes off evil and becomes established in the most excellent, infinite, heavenly world.

Aitareya Upanishad

The Aitareya Upanishad belongs to the Rig Veda. It is the purpose of this Upanishad to lead the mind of the sacrificer away from the outer ceremonial to its inner meaning. It deals with the genesis of the universe and the creation of life, the senses, the organs, and the organisms. It also tries to delve into the identity of the intelligence that allows us to see, speak, smell, hear, and know.

Kaushitaki Upanishad

The Kaushitaki Upanishad explores the question of whether there is an end to the cycle of reincarnation and upholds the supremacy of the soul (‘atman’), which is ultimately responsible for everything it experiences.

Katha Upanishad

Katha Upanishad, which belongs to the Yajur Veda, consists of two chapters, each of which has three sections. It employs an ancient story from the Rig Veda about a father who gives his son to death (Yama), while bringing out some of the highest teachings of mystical spirituality. There are some passages common to the Gita and Katha Upanishad.

Psychology is explained here by using the analogy of a chariot. The soul is the lord of the chariot, which is the body; the intuition is the chariot-driver, the mind the reins, the senses the horses, and the objects of the senses the paths. 

Those whose minds are undisciplined never reach their goal and go on to reincarnate. The wise and the disciplined, it says, obtain their goal and are freed from the cycle of rebirth.

Mundaka Upanishad

The Mundaka Upanishad belongs to the Atharva Veda and has three chapters, each of which has two sections. The name is derived from the root ‘mund’ (to shave) as he that comprehends the teaching of the Upanishad is shaved or liberated from error and ignorance.

The Upanishad clearly states the distinction between the higher knowledge of the Supreme Brahman and the lower knowledge of the empirical world — the six ‘Vedangas’ of phonetics, ritual, grammar, definition, metrics, and astrology. It is by this higher wisdom and not by sacrifices or worship, which are here considered ‘unsafe boats’, that one can reach the Brahman. Like the Katha, the Mundaka Upanishad warns against “the ignorance of thinking oneself learned and going around deluded like the blind leading the blind”. 

Only an ascetic (‘sanyasi’) who has given up everything can obtain the highest knowledge.


Soul desires are still undermined by imposed behavior (child behavior) while freedom provides the creative spiral that makes us all grow in the world for all that lives. Without a creation spiral no evolution and we repeat what happened before is copy behavior.

Old emotions will be allowed to be expressed first. Exchanging karma was already the message in 2009 to cleanse the previous cycle of wrongly learned behaviors acquired in the previous cycle. Stubborn matter when you see how far some go, defending their existence tooth and nail for what they themselves have rigged in this longest film in favor of themselves without respect for others, which is now allowed to change.

Emotions are restrained behaviors from the past that manifest themselves in the present as the gate to the heart opens and history repeats itself. Expressing emotions is letting go of the past and becoming pure in the present. Takes several years to process this and regression therapy for depth in the deeper emotions. Your self-healing power will then do its job and release karma and you free yourself and others.

Art, making music and working with hands is the credo.

Health is processing old emotions that no longer serve and working on your own healthy attitude and freedom for which life is also intended.

Processing this is a unique opportunity for everyone to be able to express and process yourself on a deeper level and it takes time.

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