Vedic & Astrological Match Making
It is said that "Marriages are made in heaven." And the cynics have added: "But often end in hell." The situation is common: you meet someone, you are attracted, become attached, and get into the relationship, but after some time find out that it is not right for you, usually after much pain.
It is a time-honored tradition in India to compare and match the horoscopes of prospective marriage partners. This is usually done by the parents.
A well-trained and experienced astrologer employs a system that thoroughly examines the two horoscopes on three tiers:-
1. The general strength of each chart individually, with special attention paid to capacity for relationship and marriage.
2. A detailed examination of compatibility between the two charts based on all the
planets, not just the Moon.
3. Calculations to determine the durability of the relationship. Many couples are
attracted and seem compatible but later end up in divorce court, giving rise to
the saying: Married in haste - lamented at leisure.
For persons who are capable of maintaining a relationship (for it will be impossible to match up with someone whose karma is not to marry), this Vedic method of horoscopic matching is quite useful. It saves the client much time, energy, and money, and protects sensitive emotions from unnecessary pain. One needs to know only the date, time, and place of birth of the subject.
So be sure that the astrologer you are considering doing a compatibility reading is experienced in this area and that he uses a sophisticated technique such as outlined above.
Parents often consult astrologers to find out how they can best guide their beloved children. Astrology can point out what the compatibilities and incompatibilities are between parent and child.
An astrologer can suggest strategies for dealing with problem areas in the parent-child relationship and can guide the parents in understanding the nature of their child, what the child's creative potential is, what areas should be encouraged, or what areas may be problematic.