Secret of Non-Declining Wealth: Akshaya Tritiya
May 2nd, 2014 IST
Anything done on May 2nd, 2014 will be multiplied, amplified and magnified manifold... every thought, every word, every action. So, think your
desires, speak your
desires, be your desires and multiply them a thousand fold, for an extremely flourishing life on Akshaya Tritiya 2014.
The ancient mystics of India were experts in observing how astronomical phenomena influences your life. They identified one special Moon that contains within it
the secret of Non-Declining Wealth, the 3rd waxing Moon with an exalted Sun, called Akshaya Trithiya. This 24 hour window of time only happens once a year,
Earth is energized with material abundance and royalty consciousness. If you hold, nurture and meditate on the concept of Non-Declining Wealth, it will go
your consciousness and create a permanent link with Lakshmi and Kubera.
Astrological Significance of Akshaya Tritiya 2014
Akshaya Tritiya falls on the third lunar day of the bright half of Vaishaka month (April – May), when the Sun is in exaltation in the sign Aries. This
is the only 3rd
phase of Moon during the entire year that is most auspicious for the finances, business success, abundant prosperity and eliminating losses. You can rapidly
forward in your life and eliminate deep-rooted negative thoughts about finances when you pray during this powerful day.
Akshaya Tritiya is on May 2nd, 2014, a Friday. The star on this day is Rohini till 11:18 am. The Moon will be exalted and will be in its favorite
Rohini. The planet Jupiter in the 2nd house and the planets Saturn and Rahu in the 6th house are all favorable placement of planets making all endeavors a success.
Since Jupiter is in the 2nd house to the Moon there will be a positive turning point in life when participated in the rituals and donations on this day. The planet
Ketu in the 12th house to the Moon will bestow the energy of Sakthi. The planet Mars in the 5th house to the Moon is good for removing curses that has been transformed
Festival for Prosperity - May 2nd, 2014 IST
Gajas (elephants), ashwas (horses) and cows are being honored for their sacred powers. These are not just incredible animals but they symbolize royalty, power,
magnanimity, energy, love and abundance.
Gaja Pooja: Jupiter is the ruling planet of this magnificent animal. The elephant is a symbol of respect, honor, magnanimity and power. First the elephant is
bathed, then dressed and decorated, offered light, incense, flowers and food while Vedic priests voice the appropriate mantras and chants. This invokes the blessings
of Lord Ganesha, the elephant headed God who removes all obstacles.
Ashwa Pooja: The horse is first bathed, decorated and dressed and then only the Pooja is offered. Horse gram is then offered to the ashwa. The horse is a symbol for
the planet Mars that represents energy and command.
Cow Pooja: The cow and her calf are first bathed, dressed and decorated and then only the pooja is offered. The cow is the symbol of love and ever giving and is the
symbolic of the Planet Venus.