The certification is important to create a national/international standard. I do not agree with educational requirements of the CVA, but I promote the joining of efforts to make Vedic Astrology a respected science. The requirements are simple and for a student who has studied with me should require little effort.
Science of Light CVA Course Requirements:
In order to have all the required hours for CVA certification you need to have completed the Science of Light (SOL) course 1 completely which means to have passed the oral examination (practicum) of reading a chart as well as the ten case studies on a specific topic with me.
CVA certification requires 10 case study charts to be written. These are separate from those done on a specific topic in the Science of Light Course. These ten charts are ten readings that you have done. As your CVA sponsor, they are to be written in the same format as the oral exam (practicum) which is the format at the end of the SOL level 1 course in Chapter 16. The course is aimed for you to write your ten readings and have them reviewed with other students.
2013 Class for CVA certification for Science of Light students
July 10 Intro to material for CVA
July 17 study material
July 22 Guru Purnima Puja (if not with the Vedavyasa Center then at another approved place)
July 24 study material
July 29 Shravana Shiva Puja
July 31 “ten chart readings” review
August 5 Shravana Shiva Puja
August 7 review of principles
August 12 Shravana Shiva Puja
August 14 Buddhastami Puja
August 19 Shravana Shiva Puja
August 21 “ten chart readings” review
August 28 Testing for CVA material
September 4 “ten chart readings” review
September 8 Ganesh Puja
SOL Study Guide for Vishvarada certification [link to be added in July]
Please talk with Freedom before signing up for this option:
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