Saket Bhatia’s certifications include: Jyotish Visharada, IAVAN; Jyotish Kovid, IAVAN; Jyotish Kovid, ICAS; Jyotish Medha Pragya, ICAS and Numerology.
My clients seek me because they are looking for answers and guidance, and they trust my expertise to help them navigate the complexities of life. They are often seeking advice on matters of relationships, career, finances, health, and spirituality, and they value my ability to provide them with accurate and insightful readings.
As a Vedic Astrologer and Numerologist and Astro Numero™ Life Coach, I possess a unique and powerful set of skills that allows me to understand and interpret the complex and mysterious forces that shape our lives. With my knowledge of Vedic Astrology, I am able to chart the movements of the planets and stars and use this information to gain insight into the personalities, emotions, and destiny of my clients.
I also have a deep understanding of Numerology, the study of numbers and their meanings. Using Numerology, I am able to analyze the significance of dates, names, and other numerical patterns in order to provide guidance and insights into the lives of my clients.
As a Vedic Astrologer and Numerologist, I bring a sense of clarity and understanding to my clients. I offer them a unique perspective on the world and themselves, and help them see their lives in a more meaningful way. My work is both challenging and rewarding, and I am able to make a real difference in the lives of those who seek guidance.
Saket believes that although your destiny is written, you have free will to make choices and chose your fate. Destiny is written for all and it unravels with time. Destiny does not discriminate; we need to learn to accept the path that has been written for us. Every human being has a purpose in life, their paths may be smooth or challenging with a fair share of trials and tribulations and for some it may seem like swings and roundabouts and not getting to any destination, full of frustration or desperation, particularly under the current economic crisis. ‘What will happen, will happen’ he is often quoted saying; ‘so we need to accept and adjust to the change.’