ruled by structured, sober Shani
Aum som somaya namah
Somana * Krishnaya
Sidhya * Tisya *
* Barhaspatya * Indrapurohita
Sidhya * Tisya * Vutkrita
* Barhaspatya * Indrapurohita * Avra
emotional patterning delivered into the Earth consciousness grid
conferred by the races of
Leaves of Ficus Religiosa = Holy Fig = Bo tree = sacred to Pushya Nakshatra
Nakshatra Trine of Sober Shani
Builder + Regulator:
Pushya Pada-1* Simha navamsha
Pushya Pada-3 * Thula navamsha
Pushya Pada-4 * Vrizchika navamsha
Within the 30 degree range occupied by * Chandra-Karkata, Pushya-Chandra pada 1-2-3-4 signifies * socially lawful and systematically structured regulation of customary protocols and pathways.
Radical Chandra in Pushya = "The Best, Most Nourishing" -" ritual observance, high religion"
Feels a need (Chandra) for a secure, recognized institutional leadership position (Pushya, Shani).
Pushyami are steady and reliable personalities, no matter the temporary circumstances which may introduce periods of emotional volatility into their lives. The distinguishing trait is persistence .
Self-grounding and self-determined, they typically meet their need for public approval through accepting (titled or untitled) leadership roles in government and regulatory organizations.
Not an easy emotional placement, but often a dignified one. the native is very serious in one's emotional quest for lawful stability and security.
Pushkarya-Chandra = emotionally motivated to accept institutional governance roles. Pushya's institutional hierarchies may be religious or secular in character. One may aspire to leadership positions in the church, temple, shrine, mandira, gompa, synagogue, or mosque.
Regulation of the home + home lifestyle. Needs to impose order upon the parenting behaviors, particularly upon the role of the mother and the maternal-child relationship.
A male with Pushya Chandra may take it upon himself to order and orchestrate the details of his wife's maternal-child nurturing behavior, due to his paradigm of belief, which dictates the functions of the Law and its consequences
Depending on influence of other graha, the emotional drive to regulate the home life may be supportive or interfering.
Pushyami-Chandra may express mature guidance Pushan in the home and home culture. Or, if immature, the style can be rather bossy and controlling.
Pomp and ceremony, taking fine foods.
Knowledge and expertise in religious practices, including the rituals of civil government and political entertaining. Emotional need to present a socially dignified appearance (Shani).
Pushyami the Hierophantderives essential emotional connection from performing rituals or giving moral sermons while holding visible rank in big hierarchies.
Profound interest in sacred teachings and commitment to honor t he principles of one's faith . Usually grows (Guru) financially privileged via one's own efforts (Shani). Generously and sincerely offers charitable aid to less fortunate.
Chandra in a Nakshatra of Shani = emotionally oppressed by the social order. Thus one may need to accept social pressure to get married to a conventional life-partner, or social pressure to accept a conventional profession.
The feelings often do not express fully, perhaps for fear of punishment for non-conformism or perhaps due to respect for the reputation of others. There is often a deep respect for the honor of the family, yet frustration with the materialism of that family culture also. The mother may be punitive in character or she may be fearful of public opinion.
It may be convenient to the native to accept the role of hierophant, priest, of high government official in order to reduce the discomfort of public complaint regarding one's emotional preferences.
Pushya is a delicate Nakshatra . Happy life for Pushya requires deep self-knowledge of one's own emotional needs. Pushya natives are born into a bit of a"catch-22" since the punitive parents have shaped this native into a"social performance machine" which is fueled by repressed emotion!
Life is easier if the life-partner is a regulated person, hard-working and sober like Pushyami.
Compatible mates are born with Chandra in the Shani-ruled Nakshatra portions :
Prenatal maternal narrative of Shani and Born into Shani Mahadasha
born into period of yuvatipathi-7 +randhresha-8 from Karkata Chandra. Predisposed to accept material and social leadership responsibilities. Predisposed to manage social organizations, including the sibling group. A responsible child; mother's helper.
It is less benevolent for the Mother that this child is born into the period of randhresha-8 from Chandra. Despite significant later accomplishments, the native may suffer from many changes and upheavals in the early emotional life.
Ficus religiosa * New Red Leaves
Pushyami's down-side is arrogant superiority toward those perceived as lesser religious beings.
Wants only the highest rank for self and family. Has trouble accepting less exalted social rank.
May appear self-righteous or intolerant of others' views.
May apply a conservative (Shani) moralistic (Shani) folk-ways (Karkata) dogmatic rule to adjudicate a situation, when in fact compassion or common sense would be more helpful to those in need.
Craves rank and respect (Shani) via established (Karkata) ritual of the ethnic lineage (Karkata).
Mother has a need to sustain work duties which deliver validation via emotional security.
Pushya-Chandra + Rahu = a very ambitious mother. She is often the engine that drives her child to highly visible public positions, typically in government or elite roles in religious hierarchies.
Spiritual director of this section of the path:
Blue "Lotus" which is really a Water-lily
Special considerations :
Professor Budha sees Chandra as an enemy graha.
Budha periods will be very strongly felt during the human developmental years age 5 to age 12.
Should Chandra occupy a Nakshatra of in the final pada of Shani = Pushya, Anuradha, Uttarabhadrapada, at the time of birth, it is very likely that the entire period of the child's age 5-12 will occur during the Vimshottari Mahadasha of Budha.
Parents of children with Chandra in a final quarter of a Shani-ruked Nakshatra should take note: you will be raising a highly mentalized, intellectually bright, critical, and argumentative child.
Take note of the bhava and rashi of this child's Budha placement, and plan accordingly to support an inquisitive child who has already (in parallel lives ) mastered the fine art of the critique!
This child will find the holes in all of your arguments.
Budha periods are easier to manage and produce improved results after age 32 = the age of maturity for Budha
Navamsha Moon in Pushkarya (intimate relationships).
In order to mirror one's own subconscious emotional patterns, one attracts a core partner who expresses the sober hierarchical Pushya behavior.
Chieza delgi Scalzi built in 1680 in the Baroque style * Venezia, Italia (colorized postcard, USA Library of Congress)
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