Vedic New Year: 2016 is the Year of Ganesha!April 5, 2016
“Ganesha means the King of the Angels. Ganesha earned this job through virtue of his super intelligence and ability to produce results instantaneously. He is the custodian of the untaught, innate intelligence that we all have.”
– Dr. Pillai (AstroVed Founder)
“The ‘New Year’ is not January 1st as in the Western tradition. The real ‘New Year’ is when the Sun enters Aries according to the Vedic Calendar, and that is April 14th.
Why should we bother about this ‘New Year’?
The Sun entering into Aries is very important because the Sun is life. The Sun moving into Aries is bringing a new energy to the entire universe and the solar system, but particularly the earth plane.
It really is a shame if you don’t use it. Just go out during this time. If you are able to see the Sun during April 14th to May 14th, you will be able to access this energy. It is a tremendous energy.
Time and energy are related, time comes with energy. But not every time is the same, so we must know the time and the energy it brings to us.”
Vedic New Year: 2016 is the Year of Ganesha!
The Astrological (Vedic/Tamil) New Year begins on April 13th in the U.S., and April 14th in India. This is when the Sun will become “exalted” and reach it’s maximum power to transform your life. This particular one is special because it also marks the beginning of the “Year of Ganesha,” the Archetype of super intelligence.
The Sun’s return to Aries is the most auspicious month of the year to strengthen your personal life force. On the Vedic New Year day, ask yourself how you want to plan and structure your life. This is the best time to do such planning because the energy available at the beginning of the year supports this type of activity. The thirty days while the Sun is in Aries is the time for you to make important changes in your life. You can turn around your finances, your relationship, your health, your life; all of this can be changed.