BPHS Shani Mahadasha
Om Sham Shanaishcharaye Namah
Sauri * Sauron * Shanicarya * Saniswaraya
Karka * Kulira
Saturan * Kevan
* Sauran * Kronos * Kaivan * Ninurta
"The Old Sun"
Cancretis * Khepra * Kalachang * Karchang * Kraft
Shani-Karkata game-plan scripted elements may include:
Mont St. Michel at Crest Tide * Rahu-cycle once every 18 years
The resistance to the unpleasant situation is the root of the suffering. ~~ Ram Dass
Shani-1 = resistance to impulse + obligation to make regular, stepwise movements
Shani-2 = resistance to historical values + obligation to lawfully conserve.
Shani-3 = resistance to collaboration + obligation to respectfully discuss. Administrative, media-messaging karma.
Shani-4 = resistance to parents + obligation to protect the home culture
Shani-5 = resistance to individualism, celebrity + obligation to regulate pro-creativity and children
Shani-6 = absence of accusation and disease + obligation to argue-defend-explain
Shani-8 = resistance to hidden forces + obligation to lawfully keep secrets
Shani-9 = resistance to change in doctrine + obliged to take preacher-teacher role. Rigid father.
Shani-10 = resistance to leadership roles + karmic obligations to be iconic, to be highly visible in public roles = "throne yoga"
Shani-11 = resistance to friendly association + obligation to regulate earnings
Shani-12 * resistance to retreat + obligation to take lawful sanctuary while hosting the wisdom of the ancestors
Endurance in the place of settlement. Patriotism. Duty to defend the Homeland. Local Governance.
Protect and Defend.
Disciplined, step-wise approach toward goals of security, stability, protection, ethnicity, home routine.
The struggle to achieve emotional security via limitation, constriction, scarcity, governance, rules.
Shani-Karkata frozen blockage against Mangala's forward movement and against Surya's radiance = quite difficult in His enemy Chandra's rashi of tidal, rhythmic, perpetual ebb-and-flow Karkata.
Excellent placement for police, local governance, real-estate, environmentalists, school principal, home safety regulator.
Takes the parental responsibilities very seriously, but tends toward scarcity thinking.
May over-protect and over-fortify, like a scurrying crab trying to barricade itself against the ocean waves. Endurance habits from parallel lives overtake modern confidence.
Afraid of change in matters of habitual rhythm and routine. Keeps a foundational routine for a long time, no matter the suffering it may cause. Conservative, fearful parental influence. Seeks security in the rule of law, no matter how unjust. Constricted by emotional convention.
Morally conventional. Emotionally pinched.
Tends to be emotionally repressed, preferring to solve problems with the technique of emotional denial .
Displaced emotions due to the mother's death or rejection by the primary caretaker. May transfers affections to another source of emotional security such as a religion, an ideology, or the national Homeland.
Seeks a sense of belonging within a regulated social structure such as a school, a nation, or a customary social organization
Deeply patriotic and parochial in viewpoint regarding social stability and rule of law.
Respects the Old Ways and folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms
May become a great leader if Shani occupies kendra: 1-4-7-10 (throne yoga).
May manifest a fearful parenting style . Much depends on Chandra.
Das commentary of Shani-Karkata,
"Hardships and difficulties in early life,
Taj Mahal "crown of palaces " in Agra, India
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