Luck through Desh, Kaal and Paatra

Hari Om

If you’re someone who believes that luck is a matter of chance and has nothing to do with your own will and choice, well, it’s time to change your mind. Richard Wiseman, a British psychologist, has studied this phenomenon and proved we can actually influence luck.

Ask a dozen people whether they have any superstitions, and the majority will tell you, without hesitation, that they have not the slightest belief in such things. If the truth is told there are very few of us who do not cherish some little weaknesses in this direction. One person may believe in a number of superstitions; another has, perhaps, only a few that are observed; but he or she that has none at all is a remarkably rare individual.

Many studies have found that what a person might perceive as “luck” has more to do with psychology than probability; “luck” is actually just one’ own positive attitude that keeps the person open to new opportunities or perceiving patterns in random acts of chance. Desh-kaal-patra is a set of beliefs that explores the relationship and dynamics of where one lives, when one lives and the circumstances in which one lives. The words translate as desh, meaning “place”; kaala, meaning “time,” and patra, meaning “individual.” Desh-kaala-paatra recognizes that all aspects of life are influenced by these factors and can determine the circumstances that an individual can control or not.

In classical or Vedic astrology also, the luck change is assumed on change in 3 parameters : Desh (Place) , Kaal (Period or Time) and Paatra (Person or individual) . Place and Time can be determined by almanac (panchangam) parameters to choose a lucky or appropriate time to compensate for some bad energies for executing a project or task and also we should understand that people with whom you are related by blood , relation, friendship, acquaintance or physical proximity can alter (reduce or enhance) your Luck Factor .

Despite being a good pilot and doing your full duty, if you worked in King Fisher Airlines , you had to face the trouble of not getting paid your salary , because of this sharing of bad luck .

But it works both ways . Luck or Bad Luck of any person is like magnetic field of a magnet , so coming in contact with any person , the luck score gets influenced just as two magnets coming together will change the magnetic equation. For e.g., by associating with a person presently running through a beneficial dasa or planetary configuration indicating prosperity due to past deeds, one can enhance his own fortunes.

This we can see in everyday life. The driver or secretary of a Minister or Chairperson of a Corporation gets some benefits of association which he would not get otherwise .

Similarly when a VIP is killed in an attempt by terrorists, then his driver or bodyguard also shares the bad luck by getting injured or dying in that incident.

So, getting associated with a lucky or unlucky person does change your luck score during the period of association. For example , milk coming in contact with water will make milk disgraced while water will get labelled as milk.

How Luck changes on above mentioned three parameters

These concepts can be extended or applied to right from our day today life events to Winning a match on a particular day to gaining in partnership or alliance, through association or disassociation of people or group based on the 3 parameters referred above.

Some people may attract luck by growing a beard based on present time, running dasa or natal placements of certain Grahas. They can also receive good luck through pets, new friends, partners, associations or affiliations.

This is a Science by itself to be understood and applied based on BEM (Bio-Electric-Magnetic) vibrations.

While hardworking, skills and resources can bring results over a period of time, luck can expedite or seal the fructification of results and similarly bad luck can postpone or deny the results.


Crossing your fingers, knocking on wood, wearing a talisman, growing a beard —most of us don’t know where superstitions like these came from, even if a lot of us practice them fairly often. But several studies show that superstitions might work, though not in the way that we think they do.

In one, from the recent past, golfers who were told that they were using a “lucky ball” performed significantly better than those who were told that theirs was “the same ball everyone else had used so far.” The test subjects also performed better when they were allowed to hold on to their “lucky charms” from home while solving an anagram problem. The researchers hypothesized that the people with their lucky charms by their side persisted at problems longer because they felt more effective, like they had the assistance of some other power. It’s the same logic that Alcoholics Anonymous has used to help people get sober and stay that way—people feel empowered when they think that someone else is helping them, so they actually do better at the tasks at hand.

Also If biorhythmic cycle of an individual is not indicating positive results or effects on a particular day based on Chandra or Tara Bala, or on Chandrashtama days, he or she will certainly contribute negatively to the outcome of an event by performance or association or by Sankalp on that day.

Positive thinking, immense faith, devotion, attitude of Gratitude, forgiving nature and acceptance of situation with free mind and association with good people and things enhance your luck dramatically.

GF’ Blessings.