Abhimanyu Dasa (Aaron Annis) is a student and practitioner of Jyotisha (Vedic Astrology), Indian Palmistry and Yantra design.  Upon completing his studies in Chinese Medicine at NUNM in Portland Oregon (where he holds his current medical practice) he began to formally pursue his passion for deepening and developing his knowledge of the various classical mantic arts. In 2005 he began formal studies under the tutelage of world-renowned author and master Jyotishi, Hart de Fouw. Abhimanyu continues to expand his studies through many of Hart’s senior pupils including Steven Highburger, Madhavi Rathod and Claudia Anfuso.

HASTA WORKSHOP

Explore the World of Vedic Palmistry with Abhimanyu Dasa

dates – 3-day course:

• friday, january 19, 6:00 – 9:00pm
• saturday, january 20, 9.30am – 5:00pm
• sunday, january 21, 9:30am – 3.30pm

location – the bhakti center / 2e

admission – $220

Students must register and donate online.

Register here

This workshop will be a fundamental presentation of Hasta Samudrika – the traditional analysis of hand portents.

Considered a sister-branch to Jyotisha (Vedic Astrology), the science of classical palmistry is both accessible and fascinating. It’s fascinating to examine, through the insights of disciplines associated with the ancient Indian spiritual texts, that what is found above in the heavens can also be found below, in the palm of the hand. As such, the human hand can serve as an amazing mirror, providing insights towards greater self-awareness.

Through this workshop Abhimanyu Dasa will examine basic tenets that reveal character, talents, expectations and potentials as revealed in this wondrous living symbol. Gain further ability for self-discovery as well as snapshot assessments of others you connect with.

Topics covered will include:

  • Intro to Hasta Samudrika/general categorical principles of hand analysis
  • The 4 hand element types (earth/water/air/fire)
  • Core principles regarding fingers and primary lines
  • Insightful linkages to samskara (mental impressions) and vritti (habitual motions of thought) as portrayed in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras
  • Practical revelation of the antahkarana (ego, mind, intellect and memory)
  • Methods for taking clean palm prints (with class demonstration/participation)

All are welcome, and no previous experience needed. Bring an open mind full of curiosity as this is designed to be an intuitive, exploratory and insightful journey.