Bhagwad Gita in astrology..!!..Yes..2..
One must act towards his Dharm (duty-action) to full fill his purpose of life..
A person should not waste time and energy in doing karmas which will not give him the required results. What ever you have done in past birth or past karma is the reflection in today’s birth.
One can easily find out what his purpose of life is in this birth, by reading of the 1+5+9 house in astrology.
I am repeating this, 1+5+9 house in astrology = dharm in Gita, known as the reading in astrology done for understanding the purpose of this life.
If, in these three houses you are able to read perfectly you will know the purpose of your birth in this life. Once that is open you can act upon it and find total satisfaction in life; it can be called living the Gita, as you will be living your life on your dharma, which you will know through the reading of your 1, 5, 9 house in the birth chart, which is the basic teaching of Gita.
Out of the total 18 chapters in Gita, 4 ½ chapters (One fourth of gita) can be understood through the 1, 5, 9 house in astrology.
Any person who finds the purpose of his birth and walks upon it finds direction. Unfortunately it does not happen that easily; as is seen that many even after being shown the correct direction are not able to walk upon what is right dharma for them in this birth.
They can be compared to the characters Dhritrashtra and
Duryodhan; one is born blind; the other chooses to be blind. Both are driven by their egos and greed.
In the Mahabharat, Krishn, who is God Himself, tries to show them their Dharma, and explains what they should be doing. The guru is Krishn Himself in the Gita and in the astrology, 5th and 9th house karak grah is also guru (i.e. Jupiter).
This bad karma can only be explained with the theory that may be their bhagya is so bad, they chose to remain blind and are driven only by selfishness. In spite of being shown the right direction by none other than God Himself, both are not able to walk upon their right dharma.
They were not able to see beyond power and maya, so do immense injustice to all around. It can be said going blind in power and selfishness. Majority of the people today can be compared to these two characters from Mahabharat as they chose to live life blindly without any desire of trying to know their correct dharma.