Guru Dosha Meaning
The meaning of Guru Dosha is that an individual's Jupiter is weak. Despite its positive impacts and benign nature, a weak Jupiter can cause Guru Dosha, which may lead to issues with respect to prosperity, knowledge, expenses, fight, selfishness, educational hurdles, and lack of harmony in and around the individual. Guru Dosha tends to affect law, economics, religion, banking, philosophy, and general conduct of an individual too.
Guru Dosha is also likely malefic results for people if He is seated with Saturn, Rahu or Ketu in the natal chart.
Guru Graha is also associated with thyroid gland, throat, neck, jaws and mouth. Guru Dosha is likely to cause complications like cough, colds, hearing problems, ear infection, sore throat or laryngitis and other throat infections.
What is Guru Mahadasha?
Guru Mahadasha is the period in one's life when Guru Graha is nearest to the Nakshatra in which an individual is born. The effect it distributed throughout a person's life, and its quality and relative benevolence of each period is dependent on the condition and position of that planet in the natal chart.
God Associated and Guru Dosha Nivaran Puja
Jupiter is the Guru or teacher of all planets, hence the Guru of Gods, Brahashpati is revered to calm down the negative effects of Jupiter.
Lord Shiva being the God of Gods and the all-knowing Guru is known to rule Guru Graha. Worshipping lord Shiva reduces the malefic results of weak Jupiter.
Guru Dosha Nivaran Puja service includes the prayer to Lord Shiva and the reverent teachers or Gurus of individuals. To calm an afflicted Jupiter, one must conduct Guru Dosha Nivaran Puja and should donate bananas, yellow clothes, salt, sugar, turmeric, kesar, yellow flowers and food to Brahmins.
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SIGNIFICANCE OF 19000 JAPAS FOR GURU DOSHA
Guru Dosha remedies, in Vedic way, include the Japa of the Vedic Guru Mantra for 19000 to get over the malefic effect of the Guru Dosha.
Devanam cha rishinam cha Gurum kaanchan Sannibhaam|
Buddhi bhutam Trilokesham tam namaami Brihaspatim ||
When Vedic Guru Mantra is chanted the vibration created is immensely potent and also chanting the Mantras help to connect with the energies of Guru or Brihaspati. When this Mantra is chanted with focused concentration for 19000 times, it garners the blessings of Planet Brihaspati or Guru and natives who have weak Brihaspati in their Birth chart may get relief from the ill effects of this expansive Planet.
Doing the Japa with clear intension and perfect pronunciation is important. Ancient Hindu texts have recommended the Guru Mantra Japa of 19000 times, as it was observed and tested for effectiveness in being a remedy for the Guru Dosha. The Japa should be chanted on Thursday (Guruvaar). You can choose to use a Japa Mala made of Rudraksha beads, for keeping the count. It is advisable to have an image of Lord Brihaspati in front of you for doing the Guru Mantra Japa. Divide the Japa into a certain amount of Japas per day. However, the 19000 Japas need to be completed by chanting continuously for days that it is required to complete the 19000 Japas. The sound frequency created by the chanting helps to establish a connection with the Divine world and the Planet Guru. Additionally, the native can wear Yellow clothes and offer yellow flowers to Lord Brihaspati, while doing the Japa.
It is advised to keep the chanting of the Guru Mantra beyond the stipulated 19000 times. The more Japa that is done, it opens the window to more blessings of the Planet Guru, which is required to protect from the Guru Dosha.