04, August 2017: Human lives are primarily defined by the deeds we do. Any individual’s decisions and what he chooses to do outlines his future. According to Astrologer Tanuj Lalchandani, the deeds done in our past life, our day to day actions and decisions taken by us determine our ‘karma’. And any bad karma could be the reason of ill things or unfortunate events in one’s life.
Astrologer Tanuj maintains that it is more likely that what one will sow, so shall he or she reap. This is the reason why human beings must be concerned of their karma and avoid wrong doings in their life. However, reversing bad karma is possible with the help of some simple tips that Astrologer Tanuj suggests everyone. According to him, “The best strategy to alter the bad effects of our past mistakes is to do good deeds. However, there are various remedies in astrology to dispel the effects of our wrong doings. These remedies can alleviate the effects of bad karma and can also improve our karma.”
The astrologer suggests people to feed others, which is astrologically the simplest way to ease out or completely remove the bad karma. It helps a human being to feel contented from his within to achieve auspicious results in life. Astrologer Tanuj maintains that feeding various animals could help to ward off the ill impacts that one might have to face because of his bad karma. According to him, if someone feeds a cow with green fodder, he or she can obtain the blessings of Mercury to gain intelligence to convince others and also achieve a better proficiency in skills and profession.
Astrologer Tanuj reveals simple ways of pleasing different planets and achieving auspicious results in life. Besides, one can also learn to please Lord Shiva by offering water to the Shiva Lingam. One can learn several other ways of appeasing planets according to the astrological methods by visiting his website www.tanujastroseer.com.
About Astrologer Tanuj Lalchandani:
Tanuj Lalchandani is a Delhi (India) based astrologer, palmist and spiritual healer.An ardent devotee of Lord Shiva and Goddess Durga, he is a firm believer in the fact that destruction paves way for a new beginning. After every bad event, we need to pick the pieces and start afresh.To quench his insatiable thirst for knowledge and spirituality, he started reading the Shiv Mahapurana at the age of 14 and has read it 16 times till date.
Part astrologer, part therapist, his work is to help people understand the intricacies of their life and find solutions to their problems. At the age of 22, God blessed him with an opportunity to start Shri Tatkaleshwar Gauri Mahadev Mandir in Tonk, Rajasthan. The temple has now expanded to include Triveni Navgraha Shani Dham. Next, he wishes to start an ambulance service to connect small villages to the city hospitals.
He has a dedicated clientele in India, US, UK, and China.