The Vedic Planner is a monthly calendar that lists the Moon phases (tithi) and constellations (nakshatra) with an ephemeris of all planets for Pacific Standard Time. It uses the sidereal solar months starting with the Sun entering Capricorn on January 14th.
This calendar is a mandala of Time that is reshaping our brain to the stellar reality. It is a calendar designed to align us with the solar and lunar motion and awaken us to the frequencies of the stars and planets moving all around us. The vibrations of it attune us to the Universe.
The monthly calendar starts with the Sun entering a sidereal solar sign. Therefore when you look at the calendar the mind is aware of a cohesive energetic time period. This is the way it was done in the ancient world. Each day lists the Moon phase, the star position of the Moon and any change of signs made by the planets.
Picture of the monthly layout of the calendar:
2021 Spiral bound full color print on demand planner is available to order for $14 (make sure to select the correct year as it cannot be changed).
The 2021 Vedic Planner PDF is for double-sided spiral bound printing for those in an area that cannot receive mail from the US. The Planner is formatted to be printed double-sided and is most functional with spiral binding that allows it to lay flat. The front and back pages are best printed in color (though the whole document on a color option is even better). The print-on-demand option above is a full color print.
The 2021 Vedic Planner two page spread PDF is for screen viewing by those who don't want a printed version but want to begin learning the Vedic methodology for understanding time and aligning with it.
Here is Freedom Cole giving a small introduction to the Vedic Calendar format:
Lecture on Tithi from the Compass at the LIB Festival (2019)
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The 2020 Vedic Planner, the 2019 Vedic Planner, the 2018 Vedic Planner, the 2017 Vedic Planner, the 2016 Vedic Planner, the 2015 Vedic Planner, the 2014 Vedic Planner, the 2013 Vedic Planner. The 2012 Vedic Planner has a longer Introduction by Freedom Cole. For those interested in calendar history, visit this old book: The Calendar- Its History, Structure and Improvement by Alexander Philip.