Tibetan thangka style of Kathmandu
Om Hrim Shrim Krim Dharani Dharaya Namah
12 Bhava *
counted from Dhanuzya Lagna
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bhava-1 signifies fleshly vitality and personal identity .
Tanu bhava energizes individual competition for social validation based on physical behaviors and traits.
The Dhanuzya native seeks to develop the physical personality identity through association with humanistic philosophy, a great and optimistic belief in the uplifting power of education, collegial or wisdom-oriented assemblies, public ceremonial festivities, priestly ritual, and religious teachings.
The social personality has an inherent affinity for expansion and growth.
Dhanuzya natives are generally cheerful, positive, inclusive, opportunity-seeking, open-minded folk who have a strong philosophical interest in teaching and coachingothers.
They strive to maintain a competitively knowledgeable personality and physical appearance.
Appearance depends significantly on Guru's condition - sign, house, companion planets, drishti, etc.
Otherwise enjoys a reliable, healthy physical body with a Guru-driven tendency to take on weight.
Shani rules swabhava of friend Shukra.
Graha in Bhava-2 expression prize * price * appreciation * preciousness or changes to the appreciativeness of the family (2) toward the native. The type of appreciation is determined by the character of the graha.
Values are conservative and traditional, speech is limited and cautious, depending on condition of Shani in D-1/D-9 . Dhanuzya natives tend to carry forward the banner of family lineage by keeping to the time-honored, historical ways. (Even if those way are deeply dysfunctional, it is difficult for Dhanuzya lagna natives to alter the strong habits of the family line.)
Dhanuzya natives are financially conventional folks who accumulate wealth slowly, by conservative and predictable means such as savings from fixed salaries
One is able to start in a low position (Shani); nevertheless, one expects to be rewarded for loyalty and longevity.
Knowledge of history and languages is limited by pragmatic considerations; one knows the minimum necessary to earn a college diploma or obtain a job; but rarely more.
Shani has a pragmatic, sometimes oppressive, effect on aesthetic perception of material values. The artistic taste is mainstream and conventional for the culture. Dhanuzya folks favor simple, practical, tangible, proven values. They have conventional artistic and musical tastes for their generation and enjoy conforming to the local status quo.
Due to Shani's lordship of the house of speech, the Dhanuzya native not talk easily or fluently, unless there is an auspicious or liberating drishti into Dhana bhava.
Surya in bhava-2 * the family is charismatic, political, and theatrical with characteristically bright faces. their style of showing appreciation to the native depends upon the treasury that one brings into the family coffers.
The father is primarily concerned with maintaining the financial well being of the lineage. Father may be involved in banking, storage, collections, conservation, value, traditional knowledge, genetic breeding, historical records. Patriarchal figures are prone toward self-righteousness and usually the father is the solar center of the lineage.
Makara-2 indicates a pervasive materialism and conformity to the rules of the social order which characterize this lineage of family values.
Surya occupies Makara * ruler of 9 resides in 2
Chandra in bhava-2 * the family is sensitive and routinized in their style of showing appreciation to the native. Mother may be primarily concerned with maintaining the financial well being of the lineage. She can be involved with banking, storage, collections, conservation, value, genetic breeding, lineage knowledge, historical records. Mother is often the center of this lineage which features pale, gently radiant moonglow faces.
Chandra-Makara* ruler of 8 resides in 2
Mangala in bhava-2 * the family is competitive and outspoken in their style of showing appreciation to the native. . Brothers are dominating and vigorous. Often an athletic or warrior lineage. The native and the brothers are concerned with financial well-being, which is typically present at birth and energetically pursued by the native.
The family may be dynamically successful in their pursuit of material treasures, particularly conserving wealth derived from Mangala acts such as military invasion, forceful explorations, weaponry, engineering, surgical tools, driving, diving, drilling, plumbing, plowing, hunting, excavating, explosives.
Uttama Mangala is distinguished in competitive business. The family are a wellspring producing captains of industry.
Budha in bhava-2 * the family is communicative and gesturing in their style of showing appreciation to the native. . Younger siblings of either gender may be managers of the financial well being of the lineage. Siblings and cohort-members can be involved with banking, storage, collections, conservation, value, genetic breeding, lineage knowledge, historical records. Siblings are often active in the center of the family lineage.
Lineage expression tends to be regulatory, legalistic, and socially conservative.
Budha-Makara * ruler of 7-10 resides in 2
Guru in bhava-2 * the family is expansive and inclusive in their style of showing appreciation to the native. . In the nativity of a wife, her husband, represented by dhava-karaka Guru, is a curator of the marriage finances. In the nativity of a husband, one's financial holdings are influenced by the paradigm of belief. One's own knowledge of values and history is expanded by the presence of teacher-preachers in the family lineage. Sacred doctrine may play a central role in the family tradition.
Makara-Brihaspati presents a particular challenge to the expression of lineage values. The unique dysfunction of nichha Guru is materialization of principles which guide humans toward recognition of divinity.
The family tends to overvalue temporal material acquisitions while showing a blindness toward the presence of Source divinity in all life particles. Guru also suffers kendra adhipathi dosha in this role. Nevertheless, Guru's misleading belief in the doctrine of material reality can produce family gains from schooling, border-defense, farming, real-estate and vehicles, since Guru occupies 11th-from-4th.
Zukra in bhava-2 *the family is balanced, aesthetic, and aligned to financial well-being in their style of showing appreciation to the native. . For a husbandly nativity, Shukra indicates the wife. For either husband or wife, Shukra indicates sister, sisters-in-law, aunts, and female associates are lovers of luxury and beautiful in a distinctively architectural way. The native often has a smoothly attractive voice. The sisterly-ones are concerned with financial well-being, which is typically present at birth and improved by the contractual, agreement-making abilities of the family's women and the native.
Zukra-Makara * ruler of 6-11 resides in 2 * dhanayoga
Shani in bhava-2 * the family is delayed or stalled in their style of showing appreciation to the native. , but in time the necessary social approval will arrive. Shani is very comfortable in swakshetra. Shanicarya casts drishti into 4-8-11 straitening conditions in the childhood home, imposing strictures in the foundational education, limiting the inheritance, and slowing the pace of economic gains. The material treasuries may slowly and lawfully be obtained.
The family carries a weight of perceptual limitation due to materialized values, preventing it from appreciating the spirit of its own lineage. Agents of the government, officers of the social order, the elderly, hierarchs, and other Shani-figures may limit and restrain the family's acquisitions. Shani produces heavy restraint and social obligations upon the lineage, constraining but not denying wealth acquired via social rank and status. Family is often involved in the social governance traditions.
Shani-Makara * swakshetra * ruler of 2-3 resides in 2
Rahu in bhava-2 * The family is ambitious and seeking social mobility. Often the lineage is irregular in some fashion; most typically an imposter from another line is claiming legitimacy in the family line (usually a case of disguised parentage. Rahu's angle from Chandra will reveal this impostor.). Rahu-2 indicates a craving to expediently obtain the privileges accorded to the class of bankers, hoarders, treasurers, and preservers.
May an obsessive collector of status-symbol things, and use this collection as a platform for social ascendance. Makara favors social hierarchies; the family's response to the native is often deceptively respectful. However, if the family finds it expedient to promote and appreciate the native, this may occur. Yet if the family finds it expedient to disgrace the native, this may also occur. Find Rahu's ruler Shani, and evaluate other graha in 2, to determine which path is most instrumental for shape-shifting Rahu.
Lineage features individual or family over-reaching (Rahu) via fabricated but mesmerizing claims to social prestige, rank, and status.
Ketu in bhava-2 * the family is dispersed and disregarding in their style of showing appreciation to the native. . The family's lineage wealth may dissipate over the period of one's lifetime. Second marriage is rare with Ketu-2, and if it occurs the spouse is eccentrically detached from oneself. Find Ketu's ruler Shani, and evaluate other graha in bhava-2, to determine which outcomes are likeliest.
Sahaja bhava Bhava 3 Kumbha = Aquarius
Shani and His co-ruler Rahu jointly control swabhava of Budha.
- Mental Process, communications skills, writing, messaging, sibling-cousin relationships, teamwork, commerce, short travel, publications, schedules and plans
Mental health tends to be stable but somber. Significant tendency toward depression.
the narrative, mentalized thought process may become rigid and dogmatic if Budha is also Shani-ruled.
Depending on the combined effects of Professor Shani along with Professor Rahu , The internal mentality may become extremely abstract, driven by principles and theories that the native has adopted out of a deep passion for scientific inquiry and radical rejection of the conventional theories.
Prefers to keep one's own counsel. Dislikes meetings and continuous social engagements; but will participate if their job status requires it. They are slow, careful, and terse writers who prefer established style and format. Success in writing government reports, laboratory documents, any rule-bound style.
Dhanuzya lagna can be confusing folk. Being Guru-ruled, they are cheerful and optimistic in personality. Yet, their inner thoughts are often gloomy and dominated by rigid beliefs * especially Mula.
For Dhanuzya lagna, Rahu the co-lord of Kumbha afflicts Sahaja bhava = business administration, commerce, the neighborhood, the work team, siblings, publications, writing, communications media, the personal internal narrative and brief travels.
Mixed signals operate in the sibling group, the cooperative neighbors, and professional work teams (3). The mental health patterns are stable and normal (Shani), but the siblings, team-mates, or neighbors may interrupt (Rahu) the steady development (Shani) of sensible narrative by interjecting passionate and risky information into the daily routine chat.
While overall a socially stable group with definite goal-orientation, the siblings and team-mates are nevertheless subject to sudden upheavals due to passionate and risky behavior. Generally, siblings and closely allied team-mates will be mentally rigid, bound to the ideological positivism of the masses, and also possessed of a culturally unusual identity. The immediate younger sibling in particular is prone to taking risks.
Naturally there will be more upheaval in sibling-team group and in one's own mental narrative during any dasha period of Rahu or transit of Rahu-Ketu through the Simha-Kumbha axis.
Guru rules swabhava of friend Chandra.
Depending on Guru's condition, tend to have a welcoming home where they enjoy the company of a large, extended family.
Likes to share warmth and optimism with everyone in the family, forming beneficent relations with nieces, nephews, and family elders in addition to one's own spouse and children.
Quality and location of home is not important, except that it be large and fairly peaceful.
Educational levels depend on Guru, but in general Dhanuzya natives are satisfied with a quiet, spiritual reasonably religious education. Good for fisher-folk.
Kuja rules swabhava offriend Surya.
Romance, Creativity, Children, Performance Art, Authorship, Genius
Dynamic self-expression through competition. Depending entirely on the condition of Mars , the Self may express in an adolescent way (Mesha rules adolescence). the native likes kids and action; is a wonderful, natural sports coach, and expresses him/herself with vibrant, immediate, warrior-like enthusiasm. These folks like almost kind of sport, and can be successful sports gamblers if Mars is dignified and they trust their body instincts.
Dhanuzya lagna make great school teachers, especially in the high schools and especially when sports coaching is part of their duty, but really at any educational level where achieving short-term goals with high energy is the pattern for success. They imbue confidence in children through competitive individual achievement.
Zukra rules swabhava ofBudha
imbalance-seeking-a-remedy: Enemies, Debt/Finance, Illness, Livestock/Pets, Servants
Health can be compromised by sweet-tooth and sensually indulgent habits. Too much sugar tends toward weight gain and teeth problems.
Depending on condition of Shukra , has few real enemies. Generally well-liked and appreciated in their world.
One may get into trouble during periods of the 6th lord just like everyone else, but a sweet attitude toward conflict solves most issues.
Health is more serious problem during rogesha-6 periods, including kidney disease and sometimes excess alcohol sugars.
If alcoholic, will be a happy drunk with many friends... the problem is not social but physical, esp. because these large folk get sedentary in later life. Generally very nice people.
If Zukra-yuti-Chandra, self-indulgent and spoiled, yet so sweet in nature that this native remains well-liked by all in the lower ranks. Superiors however might not be so accommodating.
Bhava 7 * 7th from Dhanuzya lagna * 7th from Dhanuzya Chandra * 7th from Dhanuzya navamsha
Budha rules swabhava ofShukra.
Mithuna governs the character of shared-equity alliances + one's capacity to keep promises and maintain trust
Marriage is chatty and communicative, a real partnership with healthy sexual energy. Mithuna is a very sexual sign. Basis of sexual attraction * akarshana * is conversation! Has good marriage karma, in general, although much depends as always on the condition of Budha.
Partnerships both marriage and business are busy and mentally stimulating. Capable of developing multiple peer-to-peer relationships and working successfully with both men and women. Career will have a strong element of conversation and short-term socializing, i.e. school teachers who socialize after work, tradesfolk who repair to the sports bar after finishing a construction project, or sports coaches who gather after games to compare views and celebrate.
Spouse is intelligent, sexual, verbal, may be multilingual and/or multicultural. Spouse or another of the partners may be significantly younger than the native . Spouse is good with business functions like sales, marketing, advertising, public relations etc. The marriage partners may also be business partners.
|Badhaka -sthana *harming-houses houses|| |
bhava-7 from Dhanavana lagna * Mithuna
Badhesha * Guru
Dvisvatya lagna typically has some trouble from the Other * mate, adviser, mentor, spouse, business-partner, attorney-counselor, peer colleague, etc.
~~ Bhrigu Sutram Ch. 2 4 Shloka 11
"If Gemini or Virgo, i.e., Mercury's Navamsha, be descending,
the husband will be learned, clever and skillful."
~~ BPHS, Ch. 80, shloka 22-25
| If at woman's birth, the 7th bhava or the setting Navamsha be that of Mercury, |
her husband will be very learned and clever.
Chandra rules swabhava of Mangala.
Sympathetic, nourishing, sheltering Chandra rules bhava-8; therefore, Dhanuzya is fundamentally transformation-oriented and emotionally geared to a lifetime of rhythmic change. Dedicated to the surgeons, the healers, the tantriki, the camouflaged, guardians of the hidden treasures, the secret-keepers.
May defend and protect (Chandra) any secret-keeper, even a cover-up has harmed others. If Chandra is afflicted, emotionally based food issues may arise.
Cycles of death and rebirth such as surgeries and healing, shocks and recovery, and upheaval followed by the emergence of hidden truths.
Joint assets of marriage fluctuate and there is emotional volatility regarding the issue of hidden sexual relationships. Spouse contributes more emotional assets than material assets into the union.
Yet the Moon is a very impressionable planet, so matters of joint marital assets, in-law relations, and inheritance will depend on Chandra's role in the radix.
Randhrabhava = 11th-from-10th; the spouse's emotional support is normally a secret source of ultimate gainfulness in Dhanuzya's career.
The spouse is normally from a family of equal social standing to one's own, typically reflecting the conventional, time-honored family values of the native (see Shani-ruled bhava-2).
Dhanuzya-lagna can access touch-based emotional healing modalities therapeutic massage quite easily. Budha rules 7 + 10. The narrative mind spins fast, especially in business dealings. It is beneficial for career and life in general when Dhanuzya native shuts down mentally for short periods, to immerse in healing waters and/or massage.
Surya rules swabhava of Great Friend Guru
Ceremonial Religion; the Temple; Priesthood; Guru; Professor; University; Wisdom; Father; Religious teachers and beliefs; Divine Law
The inspiration and consolation of Religion is mainly experienced by Dhanuzya as rational moral philosophy . Their religious attention is mainly focused on the Golden Rule.
However as always if Surya is compromised Dhanuzya may suffer from irrational beliefs, or hypocrisy.
Dhanuzya lagna is very philosophical by nature, and they put great stock in their ability to know what's right. However due to Shani's oppression of bhava-2 they frequently suffer conservative, dogmatic thinking which precludes authentic inquiry.
The father tends to show a strong personality -- possibly dominating, if Surya is excessive. Paternal-professorial types declare a morally righteous position on all philosophical debates, often out of an ego-membrane drive to dominate the discussion rather than having formed an educated opinion.
Whichever bhava Lord Ravi rules = an political and dramatic center-stage for the native . For Dhanuzya-rising the realms of higher religion, political philosophy, and divine-evocation ritual = where one most robustly asserts the Self.
Dhanuzya-lagna combination of enthusiasm, likeability, relationship skills, and self-righteousness makes a fine politician . Often these are educators and tradesfolk who later enter politics.
Centrality Entitlement Ego
The ideal religious preaching and spiritual guidance style = Guru = inclusive, non-discriminating, laughing, generous, recognizes the presence of the perfect divinity in all beings
Spiritual creativity of the sahangha and their confidence in the divinity of all births may be stifled by an attention-hungry sermonizer who wishes the public to see an Ideal Father or Perfect Guru.
Budharules swabhava of Shani
Career, Profession, Public Dignity
Favors a communications career such as writing, teaching, sales, business administration, planning, scheduling, organizing, publishing etc.
Check first: lord of 10th navamsha.
With Budha = karmesha-10 , Dhanuzya-lagna has plenty of mental energy to invest in career development. They are always thinking, analyzing, planning their next move.
Budha like Chandra is very impressionable. The fate of Dhanuzya's public career will vary dramatically with different positions of Budha. hey are sensitive to important, career-defining variations in information - such as, where it came from, who delivered it, how it is connected to other sources. Clearly this is a great advantage in political careers, where Dhanuzya flourishes; but it is also valuable for educators and trades-folk operating their own businesses.
Skillful information handling within a potentially very large system of interconnected sources (depending on Budha's strength) distinguishes the Dhanuzya-lagna career. Their information antennae are always working.
Zukra rules swabhava of Shani.
Networks, Friendships, Communities, Linkage, Associations, Income, Gains
Predisposition toward having a steady income and enjoying a lifetime of material goal achievement.
Zukra rules bhava-6 = imbalance-seeking-a-remedy + bhava-11 communities, friendships and marketplace associations.
Dhanuzya folk are popular with both friends and enemies, at least partly because Dhanuzya entertains with sensual pleasure. Natives enjoy expanding the social network.
Shukra's natural instinct to develop balanced relationships brings Dhanuzya into the company of attractive, politically astute (Tula) and frequently financially privileged and/or powerful people. Unless Shukra is fallen in Kanya (which brings serious trouble with women and possibly scandal) Dhanuzya enjoys the company of many well-meaning and generally well-heeled denizens of his/her social world.
Seeks the company (11) of designers (Thula) , partners, arrangers, deal-makers, contract-crafters, agreement-seekers, match-makers, negotiators, arbitrators, diplomats, raders, those interested in all of the details of harmonious relationships.
If Shukra is ill-disposed, in dusthamsha, or in Kanya, the traders can be trading illicitly, and the deals made may be quite suspect. Whether the outcome of the relationship sought is positive or negative in the end, the Dhanuzya native enjoys the company of those seeking to establish relationships.
|General Effect on Friendship Networks|| Shukra Vriddhipathi-11 favors friendships with women, including pleasant association with female co-workers, neighbors, teachers, teammates, sisters and aunts. |
Most likely friends are fashionable, diplomatic, and elegant in character. Particularly females; however males with well-developed talent in art, music, and design are also among the favored links in one's network of associates.
(Less so with nichha-Zukra.)
A male may be true friends with his female companions; no impropriety is required. Artistic interests are shared among friends. Splendid for arts community, development work in fine and performing arts; arts and music education at the university and global levels;
Strongest effects naturally required a well-placed Shukra.
if rogesha-6 in 11:
Presence of rogesha-6 Shukra in 11 can indicate one who becomes friendly with excessively sensual persons or who has financially privileged but self-indulgent friends. Female friendships may endanger the marriage.
Kuja rules swabhava ofgreat friend Guru.
Dissolution of the Physical Identity
Predisposition to expansive and intense private bedroom and fantasy activities. The dream life is passionate and the spirit guides are active. Nevertheless, Ketu (co-ruler of Vrischika) may cause the native to disregard to the dream-fantasy information, so that much psychic building energy is lost through undirected sexual indulgence.
The meditation and inner sanctuary house is somewhat disrupted by Kuja's ceaseless quest for prey. Kuja is the hunter. Dhanuzya folk might never completely relax. Vyaya bhava is also the house of bed pleasures and other private sensual enclosures. Unless Kuja is weakened, Dhanuzya folk typically have an active and communicative sexual life.
Body-calming meditation and spa-type deep relaxation are accessible to Dhanuzya-lagna when they can turn off the mental machine. They enjoy vigorous, demanding types of meditation which require discipline and profound self-inquiry. They like to go hunting in their own subconscious.
Enemies of the marriage, always indicated by the ruler-of-12 and graha within vyaya bhava, tend to be males with penetrating sexual energy. They may be touch healers, or mind-healers, magicians, or tantric teachers.
Dhanuzya-lagna enjoys foreign travel. If Kuja is strong, may take up residence in a foreign land during Kuja's periods. Often they are engaged in battle or secret missions during these travels. Their bodies are fortresses.
Can withstand tough spiritual discipline such as long winter retreats. However once they have reached their planned goal, they return quickly to the world.
For Dhanuzya lagna, Ketu afflicts the welfth house Of dreams, meditation, psychic communication with the astral plane and its inhabitants, sanctuary spaces, the private bedroom, extended travels
The Dhanuzya native is raised with an active (Kuja) even dominating but also psychically ambivalent (Ketu) approach toward asserting one's ability to communicate with astral beings. The private bedroom life is muscularly strong and sexually active but also very sensitive psychically. he bedroom companions and spirit guides are natural tantrik healers .
Dream signals may be confused: on the one hand, Kuja gives sexual prowess, muscular competitive strength, and a joy in movement. On the other hand, Ketu contributes a mystical detachment which can result in a fundamental ambivalence toward the value and use of meditative and intuitive perceptions. One may feel too psychically restless to meditate , and thus one's sense of spiritual direction in life may be rather elusive.
Kuja's warrior confidence and Ketu's lack of boundaries combine to create a tendency for the private bedroom lifestyle and extended foreign travels to enter physically dangerous situations .
Self-destructive behaviors may emerge during Vimshottari dasha period s of Kuja or Ketu. If Kuja is ill-disposed the native must be exceptionally careful when traveling in foreign lands.
The Vrizchika psycho-physical healer's complex mainly affects the inspirational fantasy life and the spirit guides, particularly those guides who occupy one's own ancestral lineage. Self-destructive and anti-marriage (12th=6th-from-7th) private behaviors along with Ketu-style denial may arise, if Kuja is ill-disposed. If Kuja occupies 12, the native may prefer to avoid conventional marriage.
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