While doing Prashna, the concept of role-play proves very helpful.
What is this concept?
There is a story around the Prashna.
You are trying to construct this story.
It’s ok to ask questions that help you to construct the storyline.
No, you don’t look stupid. Even if you do, does it matter?
Slowly, you build the infrastructure around the Prashna. You have had to quiz the querist a lot for this. He or she probably feels odd. Wasn’t he or she supposed to be the one asking questions?
Never mind. Get on with it.
Now that you have the story in place, picture the chief protagonists.
Can you see these in the chart?
They’ll be obvious… …or they won’t.
See what is applying.
If you see a planet obviously corresponding to a protagonist, use that planet for that protagonist, and see what kind of results you are getting. If you start hitting the nail on the head, you are on the right track.
Keep going. Try and assign as many protagonists as possible to various planets.
With 2-3 protagonists in place, you have huge chances of solving the Prashna.
Mostly, it works. Getting 2-3 protagonists assigned to planets is not that difficult. Try it out.
After this, apply all your relevant rules for Prashna.
You’ll solve your Prashna in a jiffy!