dissatisfaction, disagreement, distress, disease, divorce
ministry of service * or * misery of servitude
Every bhava provides some type of imbalance or conflict
because every bhava = 6th-from some other bhava
see also: 6th-from-Chandra
6th-from 4th = bhava-9 * enemies of the routine assumptions (philosophical inquiry)
6th-from Surya * enemies of glamour, enemies of willpower
6th-from-5th = bhava-10
6th-from-Shani * enemies of the lawful structure; enemies of aging; enemies of austerity
6th-from 6th = bhava-11 * enemies of the enemies become one's friends
6th-from Budha * enemies of the mentality
rogesha-6 from Chandra YUTI Chandra
often ill, caretaker of those manifesting the victim narrative; emotionally identified with imbalance and grievance
Vriddhipathi-11 from Chandra in 2nd from Chandra
challenge to remedy imbalances from family, voice-face-songs, recordings, knowledge of history and languages, second marriage
fruits of property and roots, education and mother:
If Vriddhipathi-11 occupies dhana bhava, the native earns richly through accumulated family capital, quality of education and from vehicles.
Vriddhipathi-11 from Chandra in 3rd from Chandra
fruits of creativity and procreativity:
If Vriddhipathi-11 occupies Sahaja bhava, the native earns from communications media, from managing one's family's money, from business administration, and from one's own mentality.
Vriddhipathi-11 from Chandra in 4th from Chandra
fruits of conflict and imbalance:
Social stability (4) = the ability of an ethnic people to remain in its land and develop its culture = the fruit of managing social conflict (6)
Profits from argumentation and analysis, testing, litigation, accusations, arguments, war , famine, prostitution, drugs, alcohol, medications, usury, poverty and disease.
Homeland and homestead produce a profit via victims, by keeping animals and servants,
Gain from professional management of social conflict, divorce attorney, physician* especially public health * police and military.
If Vriddhipathi-11 occupies bandhu bhava, the native earns well from schools, real estate, vehicles, foundations and groundworks, from parenting and via one's ethnic folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms.
Vriddhipathi-11 in Putra Bhava-5 = dhanayoga
Vriddhipathi-11 from Chandra in 5th from Chandra
fruits of contracts, marriage, alliances, advising relationships:
Performance art = politics, theatre,artistic charismatic performance, games, and other human channeling of divine intelligence (5) = the fruit of establishing and maintaining legal (10th-from-10th) agreements (7)
If Vriddhipathi-11 occupies putra bhava, the native earns from creativity, literature and performance art, games and other pursuits of courtly leisure, speculative ventures, authorship, celebrity, and entertainments.
Vriddhipathi-11 from Chandra in 6th-from-Chandra
fruits from: secret knowledge, healing of trauma; in-laws; speech and values of the spouse; profitable tax situation.
economic gain via ministries of service,"problems " , unfaithfulness, disease, class-conflict, matters of accusation and war
If Vriddhipathi-11 occupies ripu bhava, challenge to remedy imbalances domestic animals and servants; medicines and clinical care; policing and credit lending. Also challenge to remedy imbalances usurious loans to the poor, prostitution, exploitation and illegal actions, disease, war, pollution, and famine.
Vriddhipathi-11 from Chandra in 7th from Chandra
fruits from: wisdom, religion, and good guidance of the spouse-partner
If Vriddhipathi-11 occupies yuvati bhava, challenge to remedy imbalances the spouse and business partnerships, profitable outcome of law suits.
Vriddhipathi-11 from Chandra in the revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra .
fruits of responsibility and public leadership:
IIf Vriddhipathi-11 occupies randhra bhava, profits may appear to be destroyed but more likely they are hidden. the native may or may not be aware of the resources embedded in Bhava -8. challenge to remedy imbalances in-laws, spouse's money, spouse's speech, death or divorce of spouse, father's imagination.
Vriddhipathi-11 from Chandra in 9th-from-Chandra
Vriddhipathi-11 in Dharma Bhava-9 = dhanayoga
Super-gainful = fruits of community and networks:
If Vriddhipathi-11 occupies dharma bhava, income through priesthood, temple, sacred ritual, long-term higher studies, distant journeys, moral guidance, transmission of higher knowledge, university teaching, religious instruction.
Vriddhipathi-11 from Chandra in 10th-from-Chandra
fruits of reflection, imagination, and dreaming:
Earnings arise from Leadership capability and public respect
If Vriddhipathi-11 occupies karma bhava, challenge to remedy imbalances accepting executive leadership positions and assuming high authority.
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An Open Heart: Practicing Compassion in Everyday Life
|"The slice of bread we eat had to be baked by someone. The wheat had to be planted by someone else and, after irrigation and fertilization, had to be harvested and then milled into flour. This had to be kneaded into dough and then baked appropriately. It would be impossible to count all the people involved in providing us with a simple slice of bread. In many cases machines do a lot of the work; however, they had to be invented and produced, and must be supervised. |
Even our personal virtues, such as our patience and ethical sense, are all developed in dependence upon others. We can even come to appreciate that those who cause us difficulty are providing us with the opportunity to develop tolerance.
Through this train of thought we come to recognize how dependent we are on others for all we enjoy in life. We must work at developing this recognition as we go about our lives after our morning meditation sessions. There are so many examples of our dependence on others. As we recognize them, our sense of responsibility toward others develops, as does our desire to repay them for their kindness.
We also contemplate how, because of the laws of karma, our selfishly motivated actions have led to the difficulties we confront on a daily basis. As we consider our situation we see how pointless our self-cherishing ways are and how selfless actions, devoted to helping others, are the only logical course. Again, this leads us to the most noble of all actions: engaging in the process of attaining the state of Buddhahood in order to help all beings."
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