The Parashara Jyotisha Conference of America has been inspired by Pandit Sanjay Rath, an eminent Vedic Astrologer who hails from an ancient lineage of East India.
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The Parashara Jyotisha Conference of America is organized by Panj Enterprises, a consortium of astrologers in the lineage of Pt. Sanjay Rath.
Sat Siri Khalsa is a Jyotish practitioner as well as a teacher of Kundalini Yoga. An honors graduate of Harvard University, Sat Siri has lectured around the world and written on many topics in Vedic astrology, about health, wealth, spiritual and physical healing, and financial astrology. She teaches ongoing classes as well as counseling, and researching. She was named a Jyotish Kovid by the Indian Council of Vedic Astrologers under Dr. B. V. Raman, one of the leaders of the renaissance in ancient Jyotish studies. She has been honoured also as a Jyotish Brihaspati and as a Jyotish Medhya Prayag.
Sat Siri is certified as a Jaimini Scholar, one of a select number of graduates in this advanced traditional teaching. She is a leader of the Parasara Jyotish Course as taught by Pt. Sanjay Rath.She has been a member of the Council of Vedic Astrology in USA since its early days and served as Vice President, furthering its work of certifying new practitioners. Her mission is to encourage excellence in learning yogic science as embodied in Jyotisha and in mantra shastra. She follows a directive by her spiritual teacher, Yogi Bhajan, to write and counsel in this area - he called her “my astrologer.”
Deborah Hart Redman has been studying Vedic Astrology since 2012, beginning with Bette Timm, and then continuing with Andrew Foss, Sat Siri Kaur Khalsa, and Pandit Sanjay Rath. She is grateful to have found this deep vein of wisdom in this life, and is pleased to do some small service to the Pt. Rath's lineage by disseminating the teachings. Her day job is as a grant writer and transportation strategy consultant. She lives with her husband, Don, and two cats--Stafford and Luscious.
Tracey Bagley has been a seeker of knowledge for many years. Sudying the Vedas is one of her true passions, along with traveling to different places and experiencing other places and cultures. Says Tracey: "We all resonate to the same heartbeat. It is remembering who we are that is the challenge."