Union alliance lifepartners for Chandra-2
see also 2nd-from-Chandra
" Man is what he thinks all day long." ~~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
" I've learned that people will forget what you said,
people will forget what you did,
but people will never forget
how you made them feel."
~~ Maya Angelou
AUM som somaya namah
Soma - Thoma - Tha
Krishnaya - Atmamaya - Manomaya
kośāgāra [cask, case, treasury, storehouse]
kuṭumba bhava [family, relation by descent]
dhana-sthāna [capital, surplus, valuables, storage]
Nanna - Anna - Di-ana - Inanna
Sin - Sinai - Selene - Serena
Aah - Iah
Mens - Mind
the second house
familiar with history
needs to tell stories
calmed by heritage values
comfort in collection
familiar with history
needs to tell stories
accustomed to storage
calmed by heritage values
Public Figure Examples
[feels like a political wealth champion] [sense of belonging to a theatrical family] [calmed by spicy-pitta food-and-drink] [profound need for competitive financial security] [mother may be the kinetic center of the family]
[physicalized emotional sensitivity] [ancestral voices urge conquest] [inner lineage knowledge of fiery charming domination] [family capital established via speculative ventures] [evocative use of dramatic language]
political, creative, literary, unique expression of secure traditional values
[mūlatrikoṇa if within 4-30 deg]
[comforted by precious cultural values] [familiar with luxurious heritage pleasures] [needs valuable property acquisitions] [rich sensual nourishment from tasty foods] [soothed by knowledge of historical-linguistic tradition] [feels protected among precious memories] [profits from inherited capital]
[calmed by sweet food-and-drink] [sense of belonging to an established family] [profound need for luxurious financial security] [mother-teacher may be the evaluating center of the family]
[comforted by explaining collections] [familiar with historical discourse] [needs values-based messaging] [settled into rhythmic transactions]
[needs to make heritage-preserving announcements] [articulate familiar voice of language traditions]
[sense of belonging to a commercial family] [profound need for transactional financial security] [mother may be the managing center of the family]
[Chandra-Karkata] ] [svakshetra]
[comforted by protecting collections] [familiar with historical property ownership] [needs values-based patriotism] [settled into rhythmic use of ancestral language] [needs to defend heritage-preserving treasuries] [familiar voice of deeply-felt ethnic traditions]
[sense of belonging to a wealthy family] [profound need for property-owning financial security] [mother may be the sheltering center of the family]
[comforted by displaying the ancestral collections] [familiar with historical entitlements] [needs values-based politics] [settled into flamboyantly rhythmic language] [needs to dramatize heritage-preserving treasuries] [familiar voice of self-confident, deeply-felt traditions]
[sense of belonging to a vigorously active family] [profound need for displays of financial security] [mother may be the dramatic center of the family]
[comforted by speaking about remedial service] [sensitive to vocabulary of logical argument] [needs to help those within the family heritage]
[familiar voice-face appeal to peasant classes] [tells stories sings sounds of the folkways] [soothed by culturally undulating complaint] [talks about contemplative truths]
[victim feelings expressed through intuitive use of language] [sense of belonging to a distant family] [profound need for calculated financial security] [mother may be the unrecognized center of the family]
[dhanayoga Chandra-2 rules 11]
[comforted by enriching social connections] [needs to negotiate alliances] [sensitive to balanced sound-and-color] [protectively designed arrangements] [calmed by fair trade]
[familiar voice-face appeal to ethnic community] [attuned to the sounds of ancestral memory] [soothed by undulating relationships] [calmed by sweet food-and-drink] [sense of belonging to a friendly familly] [profound need to negotiate financial security] [mother may be the arranging center of the family]
[comfortable with mysteriously sourced wealth] [needs to hide stored assets within the family coffers] [visible leadership roles based in secret heritage] [soothed by masked values]
[familiar voice-face appeal to hierarchical orders] [alert to the familiar signals of sudden eruption] [soothed by undulating emergencies]
[calmed by spicy-pitta food-and-drink] [sense of belonging to a public family] [profound need for camouflaged financial security] [mother may be the controlling center of the family]
[comforted by heritage principles] [settled into rhythmic received teachings] [needs to feel wisely guided] [emotionally attuned to ecclesiastical stories]
[sense of belonging to a believing family] [deep need to believe in financial security] [mother may be the doctrinal center of the family]
[comfortable with lawful wealth] [needs to regulate stored assets within the family coffers] [masked financial empowerments of undisclosed ancestry] [soothed by accumulated hidden values]
[familiar voice-face appeal to secret priesthoods] [alert to the familiar sounds of emerging hierarchical change] [soothed by undulating evolution of deeply secured assets]
[sense of belonging to a camouflaged family] [profound need for institutional financial security] [mother may be the regulating center of the family]
[comfortable with earned wealth] [needs to invest stored assets within the family coffers] [sensitive to shared contractual revenues] [soothed by accumulated marketplace values]
[familiar voice-face appeal to populist groups] [alert to the familiar sounds of the gainful assembly ] [soothed by undulating pulse of equity alliance]
[sense of belonging to a negotiating family] [profound need for interlinked financial security] [mother may be the friendly center of the family]
[emotionally anchored by banking routines] [soothed by symbolic charitable values] [comforted by knowledge from interior guidance]
[familiar voice-face appeal to ancient remembering dreamers] [alert to the familiar sounds of the contemplative cetaceans ] [soothed by undulating pulse of dimensional shift]
[sense of belonging to a conflicted family] [profound need for imagined financial security] [mother may be the dreamlike center of the family]
Spring Blossoms in Central Park, New York City
glow and flow in conservation of values
needs to save
emotionally responsive collector
dedicated parental orb of financial safety
familiar face [Chandra] to the kinfolk and the record-keepers (2)
needs to preserve tradition as a parent, caretaker, protector, comforter, farmworker, shipper, patriot, slave
soothed by entreasured environments
uundulating seasonal habits of seeding, breeding, and feeding
nourished by the company of other warehousers and historians
instinctive gut-feeling about pricing and evaluation
naturally sensitive to preciousness, collectability, and storage
needs to protectively secure the lineage memory
soothed by stories of the pasi
settled into the rhythm of sentimental remembering
comfortably nested into valuable dwellings
attuned to the cyclical pulse of harvest and feasting
sense of belonging to a worthy ancestry
nourished by culturally familiar language, speech, and song
deeply grounded by bank accounts and precious items
feels emotionally appreciated
attuned to being a food-knowledge-money provisioner, assessor , geneticist
parents may be preservers of the ancestral heritage, bankers, historians, linguists, museum curators, collectors, financiers, book-keepers, any type of cooper-keeper
mother occupies the values-preserving center of the family
nicha-Chandra may manipulate family financial assets as a grievance device
may use guilt bondage to sustain bloodline wealth
if Chandra yuti other graha, Chandra emotionalizes and sensitizes His companion graha
final assessment of Chandra involves many other factors, such as Somana's ruler, rashi, nakshatra, incoming drishti, and navamsha inter alia
emotional grounding through traditional lineage values-fulfillment
familiar flow of story-telling
familiar [Chandra] to the historical treasurers (2)
voice, face, sight, song
sensitive to legacy knowledge
seeks security from treasuries, hoarding, collections, banking, genetic line
comfortably settled, nested, habituated to familiar rhythms of food, storage, things kept, collections, conservation, history, banking, family lineage, songs, stories, languages, face.
Chandra-2 feels comfortable in family settings, where the genetic lineage is shared, where the old stories are often retold, where history is repeated, where the habitual rhythms of the old way of life are continued.
Lineage of Mother
comfort in collections * familiar with history * needs to tell stories * accustomed to storage * nourished by heritage knowledge * settled into the rhythm of languages * feels the repeating pulse of inventory counting * emotionally attuned to accumulated values * calmed by conservation * undulating voice * intuits the incantations * acculturated to sound-speech-song * mother may be a traditionalist, historian, librarian, singer
5th-from-Chandra-2 becomes bhava-6, suggesting that the eldest child, and to some lesser degree all of the children, have Learning Curricula which require dealing with unfair conditions, illness, or injury.
Often the eldest has a health imbalance of some variety, whether mental or physical. Ruler of the satkona can help to define the details.
Nationalism and ultra-nationalism; security and bondage
Particularly when Soma is [mūlatrikoṇa], super-powered uchcha-Chandra may self-style as the Great Protector of Secure Boundaries. Great Defender of homeland culture, homeland customs, homeland language, homeland rituals of worship, homeland schools, homeland values.
bhava-7 = legal settlement, trusts, agreements, peerage, equity = the conflicted 6th-from-Chandra-2
Vimshottari-dasha, bhukti of ruler-of-7, can produce an emotionally-charged argument, health challenge, or criminal accusation in the form of a contractual conflict. The culprit may be a spouse, a business partner, an attorney-advocate, or a judge. Outcomes depends on the strength of the yuvati-pati.
To feel secure, [Chandra-2] typically needs inflow of food, sound, and knowledge + outflow of traditional values preservation.
When [Chandra occupies bhava-2] the indriya-lagna is located in 12th-from-Chandra. One enjoys a natural affinity for emotional comforts provided by 12th-from matters such as distant worlds, sanctuary spaces, enclosures, and retreat into invisibility. Chandra-2 needs to contain, collect and conserve.
Matrikaraka Chandra suggests that the mother-figure typically has a dominant role in defining the family traditions. Mother is financially focused and a conserver of lineage values-fulfillment .
Emotionally attached to the family lineage and its historical values of knowledge, wealth, speech and song
[Chandra in bhava-2]contributes to the perception that the overall culture of one's family heritage is oriented to home, roots, routines, nurturance, protection, familiar rhythms, and comforting routines. The family lineage may contain gardeners, farmers, fisher-folk, care-givers, shelter-providers, and land-defending patriots.
Professor Chandra's special area of instruction is emotional sensitivity, absorption of feelings from the local environment, and emotional reaction or response.
Chandra-2 is especially sensitive to the fluctuation of voice, face, and eye-movement Soothing Somana-2 deeply feels the need for familiar, rhythmic routines in matters of storage, banking, conservation of values, and tale-telling, allowing the flow of history and lineage values-fulfillment through the family line.
The parents are often involved in banking and storage, gathering and collecting. The child becomes acclimatized to the customary patterns of hoarding and herding. One becomes comfortable with the tasks of values containment from an early age.
Definitive influence of Graha-yuti-Chandra
Anything which may be said of Chandra must be prefaced by a disclaimer. Professor Chandra is the soul of impressionability. He lives to reflect. Therefore, the characteristics of other graha yuti Chandra are often more in evidence than the underlying behaviors of Chandra Himself.
Comforted by Collections
Chandra-2 is a story-teller and a storage agent. One needs to learn and retell the history of the family lineage * kutumba.
Again and again, Soothing Somana-2 tells the stories and sings the songs.
Chandra-2 speaks, sings, recounts the poems, songs and stories of a people. Chandra-2 conserves the legacy and values of a lineage: treasuries of mythical and historical knowledge, herds of genetically kept animals, hoards of capital wealth, databases, libraries, warehouses. Chandra is a collector and a keeper.
Chandra-2 needs constant engagement with the family of origin, with language, historical knowledge, and with financial wealth treasuries.
Chandra-2 is often known as the // anchor of the family // . Chandra-2 in any rashi is emotionally rooted in matters of genetics and family lineage. Yet, any additional graha in bhava-2 can complicate this orientation. Particularly Shani creating a nishturabashi yoga can freeze the family flow.
However, barring the influence of other graha in bhava-2, Chandra-2 = generally healthy financially privileged and wise, with intuitive knowledge of plants of the fields and forests, an understanding of lands and landscapes, herd animals (2), banking, warehousing, food and other collectibles, storage and restoration (including restaurants).
A pleasant and artistic person, often blessed with capital acquisitions, who enjoys the pleasures of earthly life.
Emotional need to keep the customs and traditions of one's folk. Chandra is attuned to agricultural cycles, maritime flow, and global water patterns influencing forests, fields, and farms.
Often concerned with Books and Songs as devices for storing recorded lineage history knowledge
Exceptionally sensitive to accumulated values, family history, and perceived wealth
Chandra in Shukra's natural domain
Speech that is comfortable and familiar [Chandra] to the people
Professor Shukra who is the natural owner of classroom-2, dislikes His tenant Lord Soma; Shukra sees Chandra as an enemy
a sensual mouth
[Chandra in classroom-3 ] comfortable with cohort * familiar with messaging * needs to communicate = 11th from Soma's natural residence bandhu bhava, is usually advantageous for matters of social networking, gains of income especially in regard to schools, landed properties and vehicles.
The emotional relationship to the family history, one's sense of one's genetic predispositions and precedent in the family line, feels supportive of one's material goals (11).
Emotionally most comfortable in environments:
transmission of tradition
historic values of an ethnicity = financial, nutritional, religious, cultural, artistic, musical
the family history = farmers, fishers, people of place, deeply rooted in local folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms, rituals
collections, gathering of assets, storage
singing, songs, traveling bards who transmit historical tales
spokesperson or "mouth" for elemental nature spirits
wealth, banking, sensual luxury
Wants to be surrounded by collections of natural resources: art, music, plants, trees, natural products such as wine and perfume, food and wood, fine textiles. Immersed in historical lineage knowledge
Strong emotional attachment to the family history, the mother's elder siblings (11th from 4th), and the legacy values of one's people .
Needs connection to The hoards.
Needs historical memory
Needs to serve as a vessel for the expression (mouthpiece) of stored wealth .
The main polarizing catalysis that is associated with caretaking Chandra in dhana bhava = one ABSORBS the human quest for acquisition and storage into oneself.
This can create emotional pressure to retain control , exactly when it is time to liberate, release and let go.
The family = kutumba, 2 = strongly identified with large material or historical values collections, luxuries (Luxmi-Shukra), business finances, lineage associations such as bloodlines, and stored food, art, knowledge, or money.
Needs to see oneself as a bearer of traditional ethnic values esp. of art, song, ancient knowledge, wealth and beauty.
Deep emotional engagement with the history of one's people (conscious or unconscious).
Chandra-2 sees oneself as a historical person , someone with a role to play in the development of a bloodline or values tradition.
Emotional need to store, accumulate, conserve, and perpetuate the lineage values-fulfillment and knowledge of one's people.
Soothing Somana-2 kosha-bhava [treasury] = Family Lineage History
FAMILY heritage anchors the emotional experience
Emotionally conservative, stays within the limits set by the upbringing and expectations of the family. One identifies emotionally with the family business, or feels a strong tie to a historic lineage descending through the family.
" Family" is not always biological or adoptive. Often, the core protectors are not genetically or culturally defined. Family can be redefined as the people who take care of me in contexts such as a religious fellowship or a political machine.
Mother = a carrier of traditional values. She is the family historian. Mother = conservative by nature; dedicated to the acquisition of treasury and retention of lineage cultural values. Mother is often distinctively concerned with money and storage.
Since dhana bhava = 6th-from-9th, when Chandra occupies classroom-2 there is a natural conflict between one's father and one's mother - due mainly to the mother's material acquisitiveness and staunch conservatism. The mother may appear stubborn and backward-looking to the father - especially if classroom-9 is energized.
Naturally, the drishti of Shani, Kuja, Rahu-Ketu or a dusthamsha lord upon Soma will alter this favorable prognosis.
Male Chandra-2 seeks a mate with his mother's conservative, family-based values.
Male Soothing Somana-2 imitates the mother's traditional, materially acquisitive, nature-conservationist emotional orientation.
emotional servitude related to matters of bhava-7
When Soothing Somana occupies classroom-2, emotional growth-challenges often arise from 6th-from-Chandra = the partnership environment (7).
6th-from-Chandra in bhava-2 = yuvati bhava. The first marriage, particularly the public presentation of the first marriage, is likely to become a topic of emotional conflict due to the geometry of bhava-7 = 6th-from-Chandra.
The public facade of the second marriage is typically easier to maintain, but much depends upon graha in 3.
Depending on conditions in classroom-7, expect affective difficulties due to disagreements with the spouse and equal partners in alliances. During its Vimshottari bhukti, theb yuvati-pati may produce emotional servitude = giving more than one receives.
The partnership and agreements house = classroom-7 = 6th-from-Chandra;
naturally marital discomfort can arise.
" makes you very talkative, prosperous, of sound body and have a very charming personality.
Full Moon in this house bestows you with promising progeny and wealth; but, if it is dark or feeble, you may stammer, be poor and unwise.
Sensitive to the changing Moon.
You have many friends and are soft spoken.
You may suffer from poor digestion and loss of appetite.
Dark or feeble Moon, despite benefic aspect,
You will enjoy incomparable happiness and friends and will be wealthy.
You will be plentiful in wealth and grains, be physically sound, spend your time joyously with the opposite sex, famous, and wise.
Sparks Lake Oregon, photographed by Alice Doggett
file update = 16-Aug-2022
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And he said to them,
"Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven
is like a master of a house,
who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old."
~~ Gospel of Matthew, ch. 52 [International Standard Version]