Angle-Yoga to the 12 Sthana
dharmasthana = 1st-from-9th
Physical expressions of the philosophical beliefs
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dharmasthana = 2nd-from-8th
resources (2) produced by knowledge of mystery cycles (8)
resources (2) produced by the process of self-destruction and rebirth (8)
resources (2) produced by inheritances and hidden monies, (8)
resources (2) produced by the partner's family history, languages, cattle herds, and stored wealth
resources (2) produced by sudden catastrophic traumatic changes, earthquakes floods and fires surgery widowhood shock emergency disaster (8
Death (2)-of-circumstances-of-death (8) = access to wellspring of eternal life, the supreme dharma.
knowledge (2) of the continuation of life (8) across the cycles of temporal life and death.
vision (2) shaped by experience of immersion into tantric mystery traditions (8)
dharmasthana = 3rd-from-7th
Mentality of the spouse.
self-made financial wealth of the spouse.
If dhana-karaka Zukra occupies bhava-9, wealth results are stronger. The conditions of 9 indicate potential for manifestation of self-made financial wealth from
(Mentality of the 2nd spouse = 3rd-from-bhava-2 = bandhu bhava.)
dharmasthana = 4th-from-6th
Dharma bhava is where enemies, debts, and disease are grounded and contained. From the wisdom perspective, conflict is natural and inevitable; thus, bhava-9 has a protective or parental or teacher's view toward social imbalance and bodily disease.
Guru-figures who teach conflict resolution, religious authorities who preach conflict containment and educate the people toward treating others with more compassion, have strong 9th powers.
Social leaders and governors who provide the people with nourishment and security, are marked by a strong, auspicious dharmesha-9 and/or good tenants in dharma bhava.
Remarkable conflict-management leaders should have navamsha confirmation of destiny to contain conflict radix dharmesha-9 should give results of a good radix planet..
dharmasthana = 5th-from-5th
Children-of-the-Children = grandchildren
Self-expression (5) of Divine Intelligence (5)
Creative expression of your children, your Grandchildren -- the first child of the first child in particular.
A strong 9th house = natural entertainments and amusements coming from children (5). For example, a religious teacher is often surrounded by the most wonderful children.
Creative expression of intelligence = your wisdom
Creative expression of your speculative activities = your greatest fortune
Creative expression of your romantic entertainments = your fascination and delight in the world of the gods
dharmesha-9 is a Vimshottari dasha timing agent for children with equal power to vidyapathi-5 and Guru
fortune that originates in fortune - ie. religion, spiritual fellowship, a good roll of the dice that gets you into a religious setting, and all the auspicious results of wisdom and compassion, the intelligence of intelligence
dharmasthana = 6th-from-4th
6th-from = debt accruing
Into every bhava a little rain must fall...
6th-from-4th shows debt accruing from matters of bhava-4: education, landed property, the mother, and social/emotional security. Educational debt will feature strongly in the native 's life if bandesha-4 or tenants of bhava-4 indicate karmic resistance, or if dharmesha-9 is malefic. Should rogesha-6 aspect dharmesha-9 or vice-versa, educational or property debt will feature prominently in the native 's life.
Daivata kshetra indicates illness for the mother.
Because dharma bhava = bhagya highly fortunate, a mother's sickness is often helpful to the native's spiritual and philosophical development. When a mother becomes ill, we attend to her more conscientiously, which increases our love and appreciation for her, which further enhances the Dharma.
Animosity from the parents
Naturally 6th-from-4th represents conflict with the settled and established rhythms of the people (4), particularly with matters of customary morality (4) and property ownership (4).
When 9 is stronger than 4, the native may with all due respect eschew the parochial limitations of the narrow, emotionally secure world of one's ethnicity (4) in order to pursue the higher, non-ethnic philosophy of religion.
There may be two completely incompatible interpretations of"religion" - from the parents viewpoint, religion is customary morality whereas in the case of a nativity with a much stronger dharma bhava, religion is not compatible with social morality but rather true conviction requires the native to abandon conventional laws and follow the unbiased, unlimited, unboundaried Light of Truth. (see: Jesus Christ.)
"When my father and mother forsake me, then the Lord will take me up" ~~ Psalm 27:10KJV.
dharmasthana = 7th-from-3rd
use bhava-9 as lagna to profile the spouse of the immediate younger sibling
(Even if there is no physical younger sibling, there will be a cousin, neighbor or team-member who acts the younger-sibling role.)
Sahaja Bhava-3 shows the native 's active daily mental life as a writer, media communicator, teacher/trainer, facilitator, event organizer, social planner, business administrator etc. Bhava-3 is quintessentially a house of business (busy-ness) defined by constant repeating thoughts and short journeys.
Bhava-9 shows the partnerships that are formed through repeated daily interactions, conversations and meetings. Bhava-9 contains the well-wishers whose own business reputation is enhanced when the native talks about them, meets with them, or invites them to join a small-group event.
If both houses 3 and 9 and their lords are auspicious, the native will enjoy a strong business career.
Dharma bhava = 8th-from-2nd
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.
Hidden powers of wisdom
Hidden (8) outcome of one's treasury acrrual, stored values and conservation of knowledge (2). Dharma bhava may demonstrate the secret (8) wisdom empowerments that are granted to authentic lineage holders in the great philosophical traditions (2).
In cases where bhava-2 = a site of abandonment, shock, or trauma, it can happen that self-destruction and rebirth of the family lineage (2) may produce a subconscious narrative that creates a second family .
Whether a second family manifests and whether its effects upon the native are positive or negative depends upon the character of graha in 9.
For example, if lagnesha occupies 9 and the lord of dharma is well disposed, one might emerge (8) from destructive trauma (8) of the birth family into a highly validating (lagnesha) and supportive second family.
Manifestation of a second family also depends upon the distance from the Moon to Dharma bhava. If occupants of 9 are auspicious and dharmasthana occupies a trine or quadrant from Chandra lagna, narratives of greatly beneficial adoption or inclusion into a second family may be realized.
Even a third family is possible, especially when an abandoned child is handed from one relative or authority to another. If there is to be a beneficial third family, conditions in bhava-4 should be ultimately be more sheltering and supportive than conditions in 2 or 9.
Wisdom following destruction of the second marriage
Results of transformation which occurs during the breakdown of the second lifepartnership can yield tremendous wisdom if the graha in 9 are favorable, such as benefic lagnesha in 9
Bhava-9 includes children, world travel, and ritual priesthood.
. These can disturb your marriage and core partnerships. Traumatic, transformative upheavals of
Bhava-2 = second marriage. If the second marriage relationship manifests while the first marriage is still operating, the destructive effects on the people represented by bhava-7 (spouse and business partners) are obvious. Vimshottari bhukti of the lord of bhava-2 or bhava-8 is the most common timing agent for divorce .
But other types of arising subconscious pattern or confidential information such as the native 's birth family speaking about his spouse (positive or negative depending on character of bhava-2)
Charity, generosity, compassionate and complete giving, are all known consequences of seeing the Great Truth.
Although losses from giving in charity do negatively affect the bottom line on the material plane, they purchase merit on the higher planes.
Since you can't take it with you anyway, it makes much more sense to transform financial well-being into spiritual wealth. Spiritual wealth is portable across incarnations. It's the one truly transferable resource!
dharmasthana = 9th-from-1st
If you have a nice strong dharma bhava, the spine remains flexible, and there is a natural inclination to run Kundalini energy at high levels. Even advanced age will see you enjoying strong and flexible hip joints.
Problematic graha in or aspecting dharma bhava, or damage to dharmesha-9 , indicates Kundalini blockage which reduces health esp. lower-body flexibility.
dharmasthana = 10th-from-12th
Public service and prestige leadership roles which originate from one's deepest imagination and meditative reflections.
Creative people such as film producers have strong dharmesha-9 which may not manifest as conventional religious teaching but is highly influential to the public psyche.
Bhava-9 indicates greatest fortune of wisdom to know how to manifest resources when they are needed ... a nd as a corollary to not be burdened with resources when they are not needed.
Dharamsthana is permanently auspicious.
Although bhava-9 is 12th-from-10th, having karmesha-10 in bhava-9 does not damage the career.
Rather, if karmesha-10 is strong, the conventional profession converts to a priestly vocation, a leadership role in universities, or social recognized globalization activities.
dharmasthana = 11th-from-11th
gains, profits and goal-achievement from:
Gains from gains. Dharma bhava = the most fortunately gainful of all the houses
Graha in dharma bhava and the dharmesha-9 will bring friends, good ideas, fruitful philosophical observations, well-wishers, and profitable associations.
dharmesha-9 is always fortunate. Precisely what dharmesha-9 will gain is determined by its rashi and bhava, drishti etc.
Should dharmesha-9 occupy a kendra or trikona in a favorable rashi, there will be much gain of religion through religious education and fellowship.
dharmasthana = 12th-from-10th
12th-from = the nature of losses sustained in regard to matter of that lagna as well as voluntary withdrawal from activities
12th-from-10th = dissolution of the public reputation and social leadership roles
Loss of career and public prestige, usually a voluntary abandonment due to outgrowing the ego-membrane need for public validation. A strong preference, which is reinforced by one's spiritual fellowship, for direct validation from the divine. Loss of need for popular approval.
dharmesha-9 periods can be surprisingly hard on natives whose ego-membrane development requires vigorous public approval through titles, position, and leadership recognition.
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