Past India Trips

2007 Navagraha Temples Trip

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2007 Navagraha Temples Trip with Komilla Sutton

Nava grahas are the nine planets used in Vedic Astrology. This tour visited the Nine Temples dedicated to the Planetary Gods; Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn Rahu and Ketu. These Temples are unique and we spend time at each temple and did puja to honour the energy of the planetary deities. The tour began in Pondichery and ended in Mahabalipuram. We stayed at Kumbakonam for 6 days and two days in Mayiladuthurai. One of these temple towns is also the home of Nadi Astrology. Nadi astrology is the palm leaf astrology that deals with past karma, present life and future direction. There were two courses taught by Komilla – Personal Panchanga at Pondicherry and Medical Astrology and Ayurveda in Mahabalipuram.

Upcoming Inda Trip

Sarpa Temples Trip 2016

20 January to 2 February 2015

Sarpa means Serpents. Sarpa represents secret knowledge and wisdom. In Vedic Astrology they are represented by Rahu Ketu. This is a special trip to venerate the Rahu Ketu energy within us and to deal with issues brought from past life that we struggle with now. We also honour the Jupiter – Rahu Conjunction of 2016 by visiting Vamana temple Thrikkakara for Jupiter and three most important temples for Rahu Ketu - Nagaraja Temple, Nagerkoil, Sree Nagaraja Temple Mannarasala and Kukke Subramanya. This is where Lord Subramanya is worshipped as the lord of all serpents. Vasuki and other serpents found refuge under Lord Subrahmanya when threatened by Garuda.

Rahu Ketu will be the theme at the three main Sarpa temples but at the other temples you visit you will be connected to Vamana (Vishnu), Krishna, Shiva and Goddess Temples. Many unusual temples will be visited along with Backwaters of Kerala and each day will be filled with temple visits. You will be doing pujas, special rituals at all temples. Komilla has great expertise and you will view them in context to Vedic knowledge and Jyotisha.

Komilla will give a one day workshop Sarpa energy in the chart. The Sarpa energy is reflected through Rahu – Ketu. They bring past life issues with which we struggle to deal with in this life. This workshop will examine the participant’s charts to give guidance on how to deal with their Sarpa energy positively. Komilla will talk about the remedies and how we can empower ourselves through the visit of the temples and more.

For more info or to sign up for the trip, view the itinerary, check out the India Trips section.

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