Basic Vedic Astrology Course with Gudrun and Nicholas Lewis - online through their website
We will start our first english online basis training on the 4th of April 2013. This date is the start, but the day of the week and also the time we choose for our Webinars can still be changed on the basis of the availability of the students.
Since 2007 we teach Jyotish online and in the meantime we have had 4 full online basis training courses plus many other online groups and we realized, that onlineteaching or Webinars are an excellent way to learn Jyotish. The basis training consists of 8 different modules:
Planets and signs
Bhavas (Houses) and their meanings
Evaluating planetary strengths and first combinations
Yogas, their definition and significance
The Vimshottari Dasasystem
The lunar zodiac - the 27 Nakshatras
Rahu and Ketu - the karmic axis
Transits, Ashtaka Varga and Shad Bala
For the advanced students we offer in depth modules for the following subjects.
Medical Ayurvedic Astrology.
Dysfunctional Family patterns.
Varshaphala - Annual Chart.
Muhurta - Electional Astrology.
Prashna - Horrary Astrology
Understanding the Moon
If you are interested in our Webinars, please get in touch and we´ll invite you to participate in a test lesson.
Nicholas and Gudrun Lewis began teaching Jyotish in 2000 in Germany. They published two books and many articles and now teach in Switzerland, Netherlands and Germany. Both are German Heilpraktiker (naturopaths) and Nicholas has been practicing Classical Homeopathy for more than 20 years. He has specialized in Medical Astrology and runs an indological bookshop in association with Motilal Banarsidass. Gudrun has been a Western Astrologer before she came in touch with Jyotish and she gives vedic-astrological readings over the phone or computer all over Europe. Nicholas and Gudrun founded the German association for Vedic Astrology (DGVA) and were amongst the pioneers of Online teaching. They introduced, in cooporation with India an examination for Vedic Astrologers in order to help maintain a high standard in Europe.