ruled by risk-loving Rahu
Aum som somaya namah
emotional patterning delivered into the Earth consciousness grid
conferred by the races of
Vayu Deva - circa 1820 * http://www.britishmuseum.org
Terminalia arjuna = Sacred to Swati Nakshatra
Deep emotional need for free movement and deep breath.
Nakshatra Trine of Rahu = Great Leap Forward
Highest emotional compatibility with:
Nakshatra of Rahu
Like Chandra in Arudra and Chandra in Shata-taraka, the Chandra in Swati folk are much more complexly involved in unconventional, taboo-breaking activities (Rahu) than their politely balanced superficial appearance might immediately reveal.
Pada-1 Swati * Dhanuzya navamsha
Pada-2 Swati * navamsha Chandra in Makara
Pada-3 Swati * navamsha Chandra in Kumbha
Pada-4 = Meena portion = Pushkara Navamsha
Radix Moon in Swati = "Great Breath" * balanced and free
Often very talented - may succumb to flattery of their beauty and talent.
Famed for fickleness; ambitious feelings that may be tempted or tempt others into risky behaviors .
Emotional restlessness seeking more intense or more sudden-access-to-privilege love experience.
Rahu-ruled graha characteristically aspire to obtain privileges which are normally assigned to a higher social class or a higher rank or status, which is above one's at-birth station in life.
Rahu's method = "leapfrog" which by-passes the lawful steps toward acquisition of privileged experiences and results in a sudden attainment of the desired experience .
Swati needs significant freedom of movement in order to take great leaps upward, usually starting from a relatively modest position at birth.
Dreams of flying or floating on the wind.
Passionate and sometimes extreme love of good design (Thula).
Beware, however: Rahu gives the weird twist: artistic expression often directed toward explosive movement , terrifying, and bizarre
Due to Rahu's instinct toward free expression , Swati-Chandra quite capable of incorporating illicit and vulgar persons into their circle of relationships.
If present, the lower element will be balanced (Zukra) by an equal number of culturally refined persons.
Talented in fine, literary and performance arts. Strong financial sense (Zukra); attractive, interesting, good communicators.
Likes to learn, dig deeper for insights , know secrets esp. re: life, love and beauty. Willing to break taboos to achieve freedom, esp. will break through one's own fears.
Wants to generate a sudden-leap-upward in emotional and sexual relationships.
May aspire to "marry up" but may also prefer to "marry out" vis-a-vis the station in life at birth.
Affinity for relationships with out-cast, unusual personalities, partners with a stigma or special marking, aliens, especially those foreigners whom the native perceives to possess a higher social rank or a strong drive to obtain higher station in this life.
The Swati-Chandra female has considerable financial (Zukra) ambition (Rahu) * usually of the"having it all" variety. She seeks a partner with the complementary ambitions and drive.
Columbia River Oregon, sunset, by A. Tyler
May feel "looked down upon"
Comfort zone = taboo environments
Rahu-ruled Chandra folk like to challenge class and caste boundaries; they go under, over, and around the conventional hierarchies in order to reach their goal of achieving a higher station in life.
Swati-Chandra may feel an emotional urgency to receive validation from those in a perceived higher social standing and thus they can feel emotionally looked-down-upon by those who hold the coveted supposed higher rank.
Swati-Chandra often feel (Chandra) like outsiders and they typically feel most comfortable in the company of others on the periphery of the conventional social system .
"Outside" the system can mean
At the fringes are such Rahu qualities the taboo, dark, the oily-smoky, the polluted or stigmatized, the criminal, the foreign, the suspicious, the fraudulent, the disguised, charlatans, the illicit, the ambitious, the intensely passionate, and the notorious.
None of these qualities are "bad" they are simply "marked" or stigmatized in most cultures.
a women with Swati-Chandra in 6 is likely to choose a health-care profession (6) Such a ministry of service might place her in the company of the socially stigmatized such as victims of AIDS or tuberculosis or leprosy; quadriplegic; other debilitating conditions. The diseases or injuries should be socially defining and serve to classify the sufferers as outsiders.
In the context of such medical ministry of service she might be helped in her quest for higher rank recognition, by persons of considerable utility in this quest such as prominent physicians, financially privileged patrons of the hospital, well-placed members of the board of directors etc. These ladies get into their comfort zone when offering service in professional fields such as medicine, litigation, and military interaction with taboo outsiders. They feel rightly balanced emotionally when handling drugs and treatments, serving medical patients, discussing medical treatments with physicians.
They often become medical patients and divorce litigants themselves. It is a dicey position as one is so comfortable around disagreement, imbalance-seeking-a-remedy and exploitation that it is easy to emotionally identify with the victim-slave class. Professionalization based on the paradigm of belief (6 = 10th from 9th) is the best protection against getting sucked into the narrative of victimhood.
A woman with Swati-Chandra in bhava-2 would seek comfort in the company of treasurers (2) foreigners and likely aspire to join the ranks of the super-financially privileged families (2).
Undoubtedly some portion of those financially privileged will have criminal association but this is not an obstacle for the Swati-Chandra native whose "comfort narrative" seeks the the passionately ambitious achievers (Rahu co-rules Kumbha, rashi of material achievement).
Her primary method for self-elevation is marriage or other alliance (Thula) and the design arts, ranging from fashion to architecture to interior decor. These ladies get into their comfort zone by reading glossy fashion and architecture magazines.
Spiritual director of this section of the path:
sacred bark of the Arjuna tree, for puja to Swati
Navamsha Moon in Swati * psychically intimate relationships
In order to mirror one's own subconscious emotional patterns, one attracts a core partner who expresses Swati behavior.
The partner seems to have a missionary zeal for promoting a more equity-focused social balance. However the partner may use irregular methods (Rahu) to achieve the relationships and social conditions that express the desired agreements.
The partner expresses the native's implicit but usually unacknowledged craving for non-customary and taboo-challenging transformative experiences. The goal is at least purportedly the achievement (Rahu) of higher harmony and fairness in contractual arrangements. However the methods and means can be disruptive (Rahu) to the established conventions.
Under stress, the native may dive into a private world of deep emotional engagement, perhaps with an imaginary or impossibly distant lover. Strong tendency toward abstract or fantasy solutions for real-world problems in relationships.
Q:(from a Swati-Chandra lady) I have a female colleague born in 1953 and she has a very strong personality, very funny sometimes but she has some psychological issues and she's been in therapy for years. I knew her from Church during our child raising years; have recently reconnected in our new roles on the School Board. Now that my children are grown and my husband is deceased (God rest) I am trying to assemble a group of female friends who share my tastes in entertainment and travel. I do not like being stuck in the house -- I ran for School Board mainly to get a new social life with a new class of people. This lady has high education which I would value in a friend. As you know I often feel that others look down on me although there is never too much fixed evidence of that. I often feel like an outsider and I feel a need to be careful in my choice of friends. Would she be a safe person for me to be friends with specifically would she look down on me because I have less education than herself?
I have a female colleague born in 1953 and she has a very strong personality, very funny sometimes
but she has some psychological issues and she's been in therapy for years. I knew her from Church during our child raising years;
have recently reconnected in our new roles on the School Board.
Now that my children are grown and my husband is deceased (God rest) I am trying to assemble a group of female friends who share my tastes in entertainment and travel. I do not like being stuck in the house -- I ran for School Board mainly to get a new social life with a new class of people.
This lady has high education which I would value in a friend.
As you know I often feel that others look down on me although there is never too much fixed evidence of that. I often feel like an outsider and I feel a need to be careful in my choice of friends.
Would she be a safe person for me to be friends with specifically would she look down on me because I have less education than herself?
For yourself with Chandra in Swati nakshatra, the best matches social-emotional with other humans (both personal and professional) include people
Shani-ruled nakshatra are lawful, conventional, and routine-loving by nature and they are often system-builders.
Your 1953 friend would have Moon in Saturn-ruled Pushya until about 8 am on her birthday; after about 8am the Moon's nakshatra changes to Azlesa which is ruled by Budha (Mercury).
Swati-Chandra will have an easier time perhaps with Azlesa-Chandra in terms of emotional modus operandi. The three Budha-ruled Chandra (Azlesa, Jyestha, Revati) get into their comfort zone by talking. Sometimes the conversation goes on inside their head but mainly it is sound-verbalized outside in public.
Azlesa-Chandra can be fun when talk is appreciated. However they make themselves comfortable by chatting. Can be way too much chat and sometimes it's too much one-way; the Budha-ruled Chandra have comfort from talking -- not always from listening.
Rahu-ruled Chandra have a comfort zone in interaction with foreigners, breaking taboo, polluted persons and things, taking risks, and going under-over-around the system. They have comfort to create new opportunities for self and in doing so they often open new fields for others.
Find out if this 1953 lady was born before or after 8am. Pushya (before 8am on Jan.29, 1949 in eastern USA) .
Best wishes in your quest for a compatible Silver Years friend! It is so nice to have like-minded others with whom to travel, relax, and enjoy life's beauties. Companions with Chandra placed in Arudra, Swati, Zatataraka are probably overall your best bets. Yet even people of very different emotional constitutions can be fun to travel with, as they see the world through intriguingly different eyes.
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