Om shram sreem shraum sah chandraya namah Bandhu-lagna
Bandhu-lagna * Bhava-4
basis, bond, belonging Angle-Yoga to the 12 Sthana
Angle-Yoga to the 12 Sthana
using bhava-4 as a baseline,
measure the power of bhava-4 to create 12 types of outcome
Dasha periods of the ruler of bhava-4 |
Designed imbalances are a natural feature of the Earth-human script
Naturally there is a designed shad-ashtakya 6/8 imbalance between bhava-4
and bhava-9, and between bhava-4 and bhava-11.|
Periods of the ruler of bhava-4 can be expected to produce a strong emphasis upon the typical matters of 4, but also there can be significant conflicts regarding activities which are naturally inconsistent with the focus of 4.
Outcomes depend upon the inter-relationships between graha occupying 4, 9, and 11, and the current mahadasha-bhukti period.
The main focus of attention is generally the inherent conflict between economic earnings and social networks(11 earnings, and 9 = 11th-from-11th) versus the home-based lifestyle (4) including parenting, schooling, and all of the security-seeking factors which cause one to focus upon the cultural basis, gardening, transportation, daily rhythms of the homelife (4) rather than fully engaging with the social-economic community (11).
Bandhu bhava = 1st-from-4th
(body parts, physical level)
The Moon is our Mother
4th House Bandhu Sukha Bhava Home Habits Vehicles Shelters Land Real Estate Shelter Mother Security Roots Ground Basis Foundation Local Home School Land Nation Security Protection * BP Lama Jyotisha
Bhava-4 the foundation regulates conditions in the childhood home and the old-age home.
Bandhu-Bhava-4 bindings, roots, security, anchoring, burial, bondage, shows the social-material situation of the childhood home, of the foundational schooling and schoolteachers, of the Mother and the mother-figures such as primary caretaker (who can be a male) as well as those who farm and fish, providers of nourishment, drivers and those entrusted with safe transportation, police, and other protectors.
All agents of basic ethnic-and-cultural socialization are included in the soothing, rhythmic, routinized, grounded, predictable environments bhava-4.
As 9th-from-8th, shows one's understanding of the conditions of one's own death, and emotional response to those conditions.
Bandhu bhava the house of Earth Root = the protective, grounding basis which (ideally) supports the development of the incarnation.
indoctrination= basic schooling levels of education which facilitate a stable society:
maternal immersion training of child in the manners and folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms of one's people . Basic personal legitimacy established in bandhu-bhava, during the first seven years of life.
formal education that develops post-maternal cultural competency skills training , such as (varies by culture): ethnic dance skills, literacy or numeracy skills, skill-based crafts, skill training in arts and sciences
preparation for established social roles , such as (varies by culture): physician, teacher, blacksmith, mechanic, psychologist, shaman, fisherman, parent, priest, etc.
Some societies have a small number of social roles; others have hundreds of defined roles and elaborate educational pathways toward achieving legitimate practice rights in those roles (e.g., USA financial licensing, Ph.D. or M.D.) With the breakdown of traditional families in the modern West, the USA has recently initiated parent training certification.
educational certification that gives proof of entitlement to act in a socially responsible role : examinations, licensing, and diplomas.
Patriotism, nationalism, loyalty to caste, class, tribe, or nation
Mines, subterranean events, Under-layer, bottom of things, basis or foundation.
Scope of entitlement and foundations of emotional security:
Bandhu bhava =2nd-from-3rd
The valuable goods and conserved knowledge values of the immediate younger sibling;
Bandhu bhava =3rd-from-2nd
Bandhu bhava =4th-from-1st
Bandhu bhava =5th-from-12th
Bandhu bhava =6th-from-11th
Bandhu bhava =7th-from-10th
trust (7) of the public (10) in one's identity = 4 belongingness, folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms
one's own trust (7) in laws and regulations (10)
spouse (7) of the leader (boss);
relationships (7) with executive decision-makers in the social hierarchy (10);
contracts and agreements (7) with the government (10) e.g., land titles, 4
Bandhu bhava = 8th-from- 9th
8th-from = an angle of Mangala = hidden, occult forces at work
In mid-process, the transformative power of 8 may be so dramatic that the situation appears to have been destroyed.
However, results of the 8th angle always produce rebirth. A phoenix will rise from the ashes.
the shad-ashtaka 6-8 angle between 4 and 9 demonstrates the naturally unbalanced relationship between those focused on ownership and protection of the Earth (4) vs. those focused on connection and interactions with the Heavens (9)
bhava-4 = 8th-from-9th characteristics of the biofather's transformations and hidden affairs. Conditions in bhava-4 can indicate the circumstances of fleshdeath for father-1. Fleshdeath circumstances for father-2-stepfather would be counted 8th-from-8th-from-9th = bhava-11
Bandhu bhava = 9th-from-8th
Bandhu bhava = 10th-from-7th
Bandhu bhava = 11th-from-6th
results depend on the nature of graha residing in bhava-5
Gains from loan debt/usury = The fruits of debt =
gains from conflict management, police control = social stability and safety of property
gains from clinical medicine = returning home
fruits from keeping animals = protection, physical and emotional security (pets), farms and pastures, food from the edible animals (livestock)
gains from the mother's relatives = keeping maternal-family's property in the family
gains from divorce, earnings from dissolves contracts = 11th-from-6th = bhava-4.
Bandhu bhava = 12th-from-5th
Bhava-4 = 12th-from-5 indicating that the basic schooling and ethnic roots place a drain upon the native's creative performance and unique intelligence.
| BUDDHA GENES CONTAIN GENTLENESS |
The Heart of the Buddha: Entering the Tibetan Buddhist Path
by Chögyam Trungpa, page 7
| "Our buddha heart contains certain qualities, which we could call our true buddha genes. |
We all possess these particular buddha genes. Isn't it strange to say that the mind has genes? But it turns out to be true.
These buddha genes have two characteristics:
They are able to see through and not be afraid of the reality of the phenomenal world.
Second, these genes also contain gentleness; they are ever so loving, which goes beyond just being kind.
They are extremely tender and absolutely free from any form of aggression."
They are so soft and kind."
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