According to Jyotisha (ज्योतिष, Jyotisha / ज्योतिश्या, Jyotishya / हिंदू ज्योतिष, Hindu Astrology / वैदिक ज्योतिष, Vedic Astrology) Saturn (शनि, Shani / Śanaiśchara)
belongs to Navagrahas (नवग्रह, 9 Astral Bodies or 9 Realms or 9 planets in Hindu and Vedic Astrology / 9 Mythical Deities of Hinduism) and he is the God of Justice in Hindu religion (हिंदू धर्म)
In Jung Tsee (जुंग तसी, Tibetan Elemental Astrology), Saturn (शनि, Shani / Śanaiśchara) is related with Karma (कर्म), hence it is the Great Judge, Ιnquisitor and Guru (Teacher).
The monks of the closed to the public lamasery, located near Dorkhar (दोरखर / Ancient Dukezong / Chinese: 独克宗), who bless the energy oils, Soli Dharma (सोली धर्म), believe that its planetary influence, which they call: "Fruit of Karma" (कर्म फल), lasts for a lifetime and they use the Shani Soli Dharma (शनि सोली धर्म) at meditations to placate it.
preparation of the formula of
Shani Soli Dharma (शनि सोली धर्म),
in the morning of December 20, 2017, shortly before the Winter Solstice (शीतकालीन अयनांत, Sheetakaaleen Ayanaant), with the Transit of Saturn (शनि,
Shani / Śanaiśchara) to Capricorn
After a big cycle of thirty years, Saturn (शनि, Shani / Śanaiśchara) returned to the Capricorn (मकर, Makara), the zodiac sign that rules - (as well as before the Winter Solstice / शीतकालीन अयनांत, Sheetakaaleen Ayanaant, which also rules).
Winter Solstice (शीतकालीन अयनांत, Sheetakaaleen Ayanaant) is called the timing when the axis of Earth (पृथ्वी, Prthvee) is turned furthest of Sun (सूर्य, Surya) that is located at the lowest of the sky.
At calendar, the Winter Solstice (शीतकालीन अयनांत, Sheetakaaleen Ayanaant) is oriented between December 20th and 23th, but in 2017, the typical onset of Winter was on December 21th, when we had the longest night of the year, with a duration of 14 hours and 29 minutes.
In Western Astrology, the Saturn (शनि, Shani / Śanaiśchara) in Capricorn (मकर, Makara), conveys abundantly his "Saturnal Qualities". These are: the infrastructure, the preparation, the stabilization and the accomplishment.
This specific astrological conjuncture was very significant, since it was marking the begging of a triennial cycle of intense developments that would clash everyone with their destiny and their deeds.
- The formula of Shani Soli Dharma (शनि सोली धर्म), completed on January 12, 2020, when Saturn (शनि, Shani / Śanaiśchara) was conjuncting Pluto (प्लूटो ग्रह, Plooto Grah) on the 22th degree of Capricorn (मकर, Makara), after hundreds of years.
According to Jung Tsee (जुंग तसी, Tibetan Elemental Astrology), it was the moment with the most intense energy of the year, which had just started.
This specific astrological conjuncture, despite the hazy and uncharted environment that it was creating, enclosed the energy of purification and renaissance.
In Western Astrology, the conjunction of these two planets was indicating the necessity for deep and radical changes (Pluto / प्लूटो ग्रह, Plooto Grah) at the staples, through lawful actions (Saturn / शनि, Shani / Śanaiśchara).
The formula of Shani Soli Dharma (शनि सोली धर्म), contains pure, natural essential oils, which have been produced by pressing, steam distillation, using solvent or using carbon dioxide.
- Essential oils are highly concentrated, aromatic liquids, which are present in various parts of plants, herbs, fruits and trees.
The essential oils of Soli Dharma (सोली धर्म) constituted the materials of secrets, ancient shamanic techniques and their blending, under specific astrological conditions, emits intense cosmic energy.
The formula of Shani Soli Dharma (शनि सोली धर्म), contains several varieties of essential oils:
- Top / Head Ruler Notes: Bourbon Vanilla (बोरबन वेनिला, Boraban Venila / Bourbon-Madagascar Vanilla / V. Planifolia), V. Odorata (वी। सुगंध, Vee. Sugandh)
- Middle / Heart Ruler Notes: Tahitian Vanilla (ताहिती वेनिला, Taahitee Venila / V. Tahitiensis), West Indian Vanilla (वेस्ट इंडियन वेनिला, Vest Indiyan Venila / V. Pompona)
- Base Ruler Note : Tabac (तंबाकू, Tambaakoo)
The Oil of Shani Soli Dharma (शनि सोली धर्म), comes from the admixture of various oils, dominated by natural Almond Oil (बादाम तेल, Badam Tel).
INSTRUCTIONS ON USE:
The use of energy oil, Shani Soli Dharma (शनि सोली धर्म) is external.
- The energy oil, Shani Soli Dharma (शनि सोली धर्म) could be used as a perfume, as a body oil and as a massage oil.
Health Note: Some of the ingredients of energy oils, Soli Dharma (सोली धर्म) are particularly strong and could cause some irritation to sensitive skins.
We recommend the test spread of a few drops in a small area of your skin before the first use. In case of irritation or other symptoms (shortness of breath, discomfort, etc.) do not continue to use.
- For the maximum efficiency of the beneficial properties of the energy oil, Shani Soli Dharma (शनि सोली धर्म), it is recommended the daily spreads, in Viśuddha (विशुद्ध), the Throat Chakra (गला चक्र) and in Anāhata (अनाहत), the Heart Chakra (हृदय चक्र).
Health Note: Use it wisely. (Some drops are enough to have the desired energy result)
- Furthermore, the energy oil, Shani Soli Dharma (शनि सोली धर्म) can be used in small quantity, for the coating offurniture`s wooden surfaces in a space, in order to diffuse the beneficial energy and its special aroma, in the atmosphere.
Keep it in the box in a shady and cool place.
Health Note: Keep it away from children and animals.
The Viśuddha (विशुद्ध) or Throat Chakra (गला चक्र / कांत पद्मा, Kanth Padma / शोश दला, Shodash Dala) is the Fifth Chakra (पाँचवाँ चक्र).
Positioned at the throat region (at the center of the neck at the level of the throat / Endocrine: Thyroid), it is the passage of the energy between the lower parts of the body and the head.
The residing Deity of this Chakra (चक्र) is Panchavaktra Shiva (पंचवत्त्र शिव).
Anāhata (अनाहत) or Heart Chakra (हृदय चक्र) is the Fourth Chakra (चौथा चक्र).
It is located in the central channel of the spine near the heart.
Anāhata (अनाहत / हृदय चक्र, Heart Chakra) is represented by a lotus flower with twelve petals.
Inside there is a smoky region at the intersection of two triangles, creating a Shatkona (शेटकोना).
The Shatkona (शेटकोना) is a symbol used in Hindu Yantra (हिंदू यन्त्र / a mystical diagram) representing the union of male and female.
Specifically, it is meant to represent Purusha (पुरुष / the Supreme Being) and Prakriti (प्रकृति, Prakruti / Mother Nature) and is often represented by Shiva (शिव / महेशा, Mahesha / शंकरा, Shankara / भोलेनाथ, Bholenath / नीलकंठ, Neelkanth / महादेवा, Mahadeva) and Shakti (शक्ति / आदि पराशक्ति, Adi Parashakti / पार्वती, Parvati / महादेवी, Mahadevi / काली, Kali / दुर्गा, Durga / देवी, Devi).
The Deity of this area is Vayu (वायु / अनिल, Anil / पवन, Pavan / व्यान, Vyān / वीजेडए, Vāta / तनून, Tanun) who is smoke-like and four-armed, holding a kusha (कुशा / goad, a type of long stick with a pointed end) and riding an antelope (this Chakra's animal).