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Varga * Amsha


D-12 Dwadshamsha * Dwadashans

Dwadashaunsh

Sambhu-Varga


the 1/12 Portion = Twelfth Divisional Chart

"fruits of the parallel life"


disambiguation: the D-12 varga = different from the dwadamsha table of 144 portions

Ganesha_Nurpur_miniature_circa_1810.jpg

Four-armed Ganesha

Miniature of Nurpur school, circa 1810. Museum of Chandigarh.

BPHS Chapter 6: Shloka 15.

  • Dvadazamamza-10

"The reckoning of the Dvadazamamza-10 (one twelfth of a Rashi, or 2 degrees each) commences from the same Rashi.

In each Rashi the presidency repeats thrice in the order of

  • Ganesha,
  • Azvini Kumara,
  • Yama
  • and Sarpa

for the 12 Dvadazamamza-10 ."

Caveat Emptor **Accuracy of divisional charts depends entirely on accuracy of birth time .**

Varga charts can be exceptionally useful.

However, if accurate birth time is not available, divisional charts are misleading, and should be ignored.

D-12 = Field of Psychic Expectation for Matters of

  • the Parents
  • fruits (11) of past-life identity (12)
  1. To determine the prognosis for parentage, look first (of course) to all the effects upon Karma bhava [the radix tenth house] representing the baseline of social rank, respectability, and status. For emotional experience of the childhood home and the"parenting style" of one's primary caretakers, see bhava-4.

  2. The house which defines and energizes parents sits in 3/11 angle to the dignity-house 10: it is Vyaya bhava, the 12th house of psychic communication, sanctuary, and retreat.

  3. Clearly, choosing good parents through psychic networking in the pre-conception astral state (12) is one of the central goals of meditation and spirit communication.

  4. Then look to the condition of vyaya bhava in the radix. Will vyaya bhava generate the community support (11) and personal courage (3) necessary to realize its goals? Can it generate public dignity, high levels of social permission, and scope of social action?

  5. Outcome depends on the relationship between the 3/11 houses, their rulers and their occupants .

  6. Once the radix 3/11 relationship is established, look for confirmation of the fruits of the 12th house in the twelfth divisional chart: D-12 or Dwadash-amsha. Dwadazamamza-10 reveals fine detail of how the results of pre-birth kibitzing / communication with the ancestors will manifest.

  7. The central result of psychic communication being the setting of permission levels, we gain from Dwadazamamza-10 (presuming an accurate birth time) a confirming level of detail regarding parentage.

Kinship relations in the dvadazamamza-10 varga
  • To see details of the father in Dwadazamamza-10 , find either

    9th-from-lagna or 9th-from-Surya in the D-12(whichever is stronger).

  • To see details of the mother in Dwadazamamza-10 ,

    find 4th-from-lagna or 4th-from-Chandra in the D-12 - (whichever is stronger).


  • For father, see also the bhratri-karaka, which is the graha holding the 3rd-highest degree in any rashi within the radix.

  • For mother, see also the matri-karaka, which is the graha holding the 4th-highest degree in any rashi within the radix.


  • For father, see Surya and Guru. Graha in dharma bhava, and dharmesha-9 , for the material relationship with Father and his moral belief system. 9th-from-Chandra for the emotional relationship with father.

  • First husband in a woman's nativity, see Guru and the dara-karaka.

  • For mother, see Chandra. Graha in Bandhu bhava, and L-4, for the material relationship with Mother and her cultural manners and roots.

  • Wife in a male nativity, see Zukra and the dara-karaka.

Rashi one-twelfth rashi portions
Mesha
  1. Mesha
  2. Vrishabha
  3. Mithuna
  4. Karkata
  5. Simha
  6. Kanya
  7. Thula
  8. Vrischika
  9. Dhanushya
  10. Makara
  11. Kumbha
  12. Meena
Vrishabha
  1. Vrishabha
  2. Mithuna
  3. Karkata
  4. Simha
  5. Kanya
  6. Thula
  7. Vrischika
  8. Dhanushya
  9. Makara
  10. Kumbha
  11. Meena
  12. Mesha
Mithuna
  1. Mithuna
  2. Karkata
  3. Simha
  4. Kanya
  5. Thula
  6. Vrischika
  7. Dhanushya
  8. Makara
  9. Kumbha
  10. Meena
  11. Mesha
  12. Vrishabha
Karkata
  1. Karkata
  2. Simha
  3. Kanya
  4. Thula
  5. Vrischika
  6. Dhanushya
  7. Makara
  8. Kumbha
  9. Meena
  10. Mesha
  11. Vrishabha
  12. Mithuna
Simha
  1. Simha
  2. Kanya
  3. Thula
  4. Vrischika
  5. Dhanushya
  6. Makara
  7. Kumbha
  8. Meena
  9. Mesha
  10. Vrishabha
  11. Mithuna
  12. Karkata
Kanya
  1. Kanya
  2. Thula
  3. Vrischika
  4. Dhanushya
  5. Makara
  6. Kumbha
  7. Meena
  8. Mesha
  9. Vrishabha
  10. Mithuna
  11. Karkata
  12. Simha
Thula

Thula

  1. Vrischika
  2. Dhanushya
  3. Makara
  4. Kumbha
  5. Meena
  6. Mesha
  7. Vrishabha
  8. Mithuna
  9. Karkata
  10. Simha
  11. Kanya
Vrizchika
  1. Vrischika
  2. Dhanushya
  3. Makara
  4. Kumbha
  5. Meena
  6. Mesha
  7. Vrishabha
  8. Mithuna
  9. Karkata
  10. Simha
  11. Kanya
  12. Thula
Dhanuzya
  1. Dhanushya
  2. Makara
  3. Kumbha
  4. Meena
  5. Mesha
  6. Vrishabha
  7. Mithuna
  8. Karkata
  9. Simha
  10. Kanya
  11. Thula
  12. Vrischika
Makara
  1. Makara
  2. Kumbha
  3. Meena
  4. Mesha
  5. Vrishabha
  6. Mithuna
  7. Karkata
  8. Simha
  9. Kanya
  10. Thula
  11. Vrischika
  12. Dhanushya
Kumbha
  1. Kumbha
  2. Meena
  3. Mesha
  4. Vrishabha
  5. Mithuna
  6. Karkata
  7. Simha
  8. Kanya
  9. Thula
  10. Vrischika
  11. Dhanushya
  12. Makara
Meena
  1. Meena
  2. Mesha
  3. Vrishabha
  4. Mithuna
  5. Karkata
  6. Simha
  7. Kanya
  8. Thula
  9. Vrischika
  10. Dhanushya
  11. Makara
  12. Kumbha
by 14th Dalai Lama 1935- Policy of Kindness Tenzing Gyatso

An Open Heart: Practicing Compassion in Everyday Life

ed. Nicholas Vreeland

"If we have been reborn time after time, it is evident that we have needed many mothers to give birth to us. ... the first cause bringing about bodhicitta is the recognition that all beings have been our mother.

The love and kindness shown us by our mother in this life would be difficult to repay. She endured many sleepless nights to care for us when we were helpless infants. She fed us and would have willingly sacrificed everything, including her own life, to spare ours.

As we contemplate her example of devoted love, we should consider that each and every being throughout existence has treated us this way. Each dog, cat, fish, fly, and human being has at some point in the beginningless past been our mother and shown us overwhelming love and kindness.

  • Such a thought should bring about our Appreciation . This is the second cause of bodhicitta.

As we envision the present condition of all these beings, we begin to develop the desire to help them change their lot.

  • This is the Third cause, and out of it comes the fourth , a feeling of love cherishing all beings.

This is an attraction toward all beings, similar to what a child feels upon seeing his or her mother.

  • This leads us to compassion, which is the fifth cause of bodhicitta . Compassion is a wish to separate these suffering beings, our mothers of the past, from their miserable situation. At this point we also experience loving-kindness, a wish that all beings find happiness.

As we progress through these stages of responsibility, we go from wishing that all sentient beings find happiness and freedom from suffering to personally assuming responsibility for helping them enter this state beyond misery. this is the final cause.

As we scrutinize how best to help others, we are drawn to achieving the fully enlightened and omniscient state of Buddhahood.

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