Union alliance lifepartners for Chandra-8
see also 8th-from-Chandra
"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
Chandra * Thoma * Tha
Krishnaya * Nishakara
Ayur-daya * Randhra-sthana
Revival * Rejuvenation * Recycling * Renovation * Rebirth
"Man is what he thinks all day long." ~~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Moon * Mens
Nanna * Di-ana * Inanna
Sin * Sinai * Selene * Serena * Luna
Aah * Iah
the eighth house
mors * renatus
comforted by crisis
soothing guardian of the phoenix
protector of dangerous, threatening, horrible, rejuvenating, revelatory
healer * destroyer * rebirther
undulating eruptive flow
familiar to the hidden forces
reactive rhythms * emergency response * nightmare
emotionally sensitive to hidden, veiled identites * confidential needs
settled, nested, habituated to familiar rhythms of sudden upheaval, discovery, confidential information, hidden assets, emergency conditions, disaster, sudden cultural change.
Secrets of the Mother
in the intuitive world of feelings, the fragile, routine-seeking craft may soon be over-whelm-ed
[meaning water going over the whelm, which is the edge or prow of a ship]
Chandra-Mesha * comforted by forward pursuit * settled into warrior rhythms * needs vitality
competitive, pioneering, forward-moving emotional sensitivity expressed through an identity-transforming, camouflaged, secretive figure
treasury-hoarding, history-remembering, sensual-pleasuring emotional sensitivity expressed through an identity-transforming, camouflaged, secretive figure [uchcha]
Chandra-Mithunaya * comforted by messaging * settled into rhythmic communications * needs mentality
Chandra-Karkata * comforted by maternal soothing * settled into tidal rhythms * needs to protect * parental, sheltering, patriotic emotional sensitivity expressed through an identity-transforming, camouflaged, secretive figure
Chandra-Simha * comforted by creative display * settled into dramatic rhythms * needs attention * royal, celebrity, self-reflexive emotional sensitivity expressed through an identity-transforming, camouflaged, secretive figure
Kumbha indriya-lagna * [Harsha Yoga]
Chandra-Kanya * comforted by remedial service * sensitive to logical argument * needs to help
complaining, conflicted emotional sensitivity expressed through an identity-transforming, camouflaged, secretive figure
Chandra-Tula * comforted by negotiation of agreements * sensitive to balance * needs to trade bargaining, equity-seeking, diplomatic emotional sensitivity expressed through an identity-transforming, camouflaged, secretive figure
Chandra-Vṛścika [nīcha] * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs healing discovery * emotional sensitivity expressed through an identity-transforming, camouflaged, secretive figure [nīcha]
Chandra-Dhanus * comforted by customary beliefs * settled into rhythmic received teachings * needs to feel wisely guided * settled into the rhythm of received teachings * needs to feel wisely guided expressed through an identity-transforming, camouflaged, secretive figure
Chandra-Makara-Draco * comforted by hierarchy * sensitive to class-status * needs ritual ordering * orderly, dignified, regulatory emotional sensitivity expressed through an identity-transforming, camouflaged, secretive figure
populist, economic, community-networking emotional sensitivity expressed through an identity-transforming, camouflaged, secretive figure
charitable, visionary, spiritually-guiding emotional sensitivity expressed through an identity-transforming, camouflaged, secretive figure
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.
Soothed by Shock
The nature of the randhrabhava = secretive, non-disclosing until end-of-cycle when it is revelatory, mysterious, tantric, transformative, camouflaging, prone to states of emergency, disaster, catastrophe, and intensely healing albeit in a cycle of trauma-healing-trauma which is not intended to cease, since it is rejuvenating.
Chandra-8 is born with an emotional need for upheaval, an unpredictable mother, and a healer’s instinct for intuitive emergency intervention.
There is limited patience for routine. The soothing emotional comfort-zone involves elements of shock, surprise, identity change, revolution, rejuvenation, threats to life, psychological fear of death but NOT biological death itself, danger, and confidential information.
Lacking a steady nourishment of hidden assets, secret relationships, classified knowledge, or clandestine intrigue, one may feel less than fully alive.
bhava-1 embodiment, personality, physique, appearance, vital movement, new birth = the conflicted 6th-from-Chandra-8
Vimshottari-dasha, bhukti of ruler-of-1, can produce an emotionally-charged argument, health challenge, or criminal accusation in the form of a body-based conflict. The culprit may also be an athlete, champion, hunter, innovator, pioneer, or one's own self. Outcomes depends on the strength of the lagnesha.
Comforted by Crisis
Chandra bhukti as well as periods of Chandra's ruler may generate emotional experiences characterized by Chandra's temporal bhava-8.
The steady, rhythmic, ritualized, repeating-cycle of feelings = centered in an emotional need to engage with hidden wealth or knowledge on the expectation that controlling hidden social or material resources will result in enhanced emotional control over mysterious, unseen threats to security.
Chandra-8 comfortable in environments that are dangerous and regenerative such as surgeries, mysteries, hidden forces,
Unceasing transformative movement
One may feel buffeted by the waves of the needs of others, and called to care for those who might not respond to one's offering of nourishment and shelter. One may seek to establish emotional caretaking relationships with those who are experiencing sudden changes of identity, so that that object of nurturing affection feels like "a moving target".
Emotional urgency to respond to those in crisis
Chandra bhukti express the script of Chandra's bhava. Overall Chandra strives to generate a placid and secure environment. Yet, there may be an underlying narrative of emotional urgency to respond [Chandra] to unseen forces. One may feel compelled to react to the hidden agencies which one senses are just below the surface and ready to erupt. The bhava ruled by Chandra anchors the type of social activity and the material outcome.
The child with Chandra-8 may become hypersensitive to the presence of unseen threats and dangerous hidden forces.
Chandra = mind, emotional response
bhava-8 = identity change cycles, sometimes sudden
Chandra residing in bhava-8 indicates a personality characterized by many and often rapid changings of the mind (Soma = mind)..
One changes the mind about the who, what, when, where, why and how of life. Chandra naturally seeks stability and routine. However, Chandra-8 de-stabilizes its own search for foundational place and rhythm in a constant pulse of mind-changing.
Matrimaraka Chandra-8 suggests that the mother rotates through a series of identities, and the child may struggle to predict her behavior based on appearances. The child eventually learns that Mom is a chameleon who responds sensitively to each new environment with a new identity. Mom may be a different person at home, with her lover, in public roles, or with her close friends.
The child develops a comfortable feeling in environments which feature potential for upheaval or emergency. Sudden change and masking of alternative identities become the norm.
If the environment does not offer tantric challenges, one may seek to instill a new sense of crisis. After all, that very storm surge pattern is the oddly familiar rhythm - -- in which one was raised.
Chandra-8 needs catastrophe or the threat of it. One may be a crisis junkie who is only comfortable in times of danger and trauma. May be a deeply gifted healer.
Profound need for secrecy, taboo knowledge, occult perceptions, and hidden identities.
Soothed by mysteries, threats, and conspiracy theories. Needs secrecy and danger.
Mom may be a a surgeon, healer, midwife, conserver of occult values. Her reputation for discretion is gainful.
Emotional instinct to nurture confidences and bonds formed by hidden matters.
Chandra-8 may camouflage, cloud, secretize, and mystify experiences, information, and relationships. Yet others may perceive these trembling secrets as neither mysterious nor secret, but indeed rather mundane. Nevertheless, Chandra-8 intuitively seeks shelter within their perception of hidden power.
Yet Chandra-8 is often trapped in the 'wounded healer' psychology, constantly recycling old traumatic injuries (8) and revisiting the suffering of the past [Chandra].
Bhava-8 = Sudden, mysterious, unexpected movement
Emotionally attached to the partner's family (2nd from 7th)
Native is emotionally oriented toward secrecy, and may be a compulsive keeper of secrets.
Sudden, forced changes in the mother's life conditions.
Secret sexual and emotional relationships.
Needs to keep one's emotional life hidden.
When highly evolved, an exceptional tantric healer.
Due to overstimulation of Mangala. Chandra-8 = constantly renovating the emotional foundations .
Ever moving toward a new identity .
In pursuit of self-redefinition, Chandra-8 may embark on several iterations of the quest for Self. One may obtain numerous diplomas, certificates of specialty training, professional careers, marriages. Homes [Chandra] are bought and sold as one moves restlessly from one region to another.
Reactive Emotion: Crisis Intervention * Butting In
Emotionally, Chandra-8 feels rhythmically comfortable when reacting to emotional crisis . If no crisis exists naturally, in order to feel more comfortable, Chandra-8 may search for opportunity to provoke an urgent need to intervene. Chandra-8 may seek emotional validation by manipulating the environment to stimulate an emergency situation. Chandra-8 feels uncomfortable when the environment is too placid.
Chandra-8 is a natural agent of emotional drilling, plunging, plumbing, pursuing, excavation, discovery, recovery, uncovering, exploring.
Thus a splendid placement for psychotherapists, criminal detectives, and nosy people in all walks of life. Superbly calming and protective personality in *authentic* emergencies.
Comfort Environments = Rapidly Moving Death-and-Rebirth
Chandra-8 nativities typically feel comfortable, calm, and at-ease in environments which signify the Conditions of Death.
In shocking moments that generate emotional extremes of sudden upheaval, such as agonizing fear and terrifying grief, Chandra-8 nativities can produce a protective and soothing narrative of supportive, nourishing care.
For Chandra-8, the more terrible, the better. Thus a randhrasthana placement of Soothing Somana can be a splendid placement for anyone in the death-facilitator's role such as triage nurse, battlefield medic, palliative caregiver, funeral specialist, extreme unction priest delivering final rites (Chandra rites).
Chandra-8 are the crisis junkies of modern business culture and the intervention enthusiasts in social work specialties and healing professions.
When Chandra-8 finds a publically approved therapeutic expression for their natural need for emergency intervention, their ability to sense unseen needs and to provide calm comforting protective shelter to those in radical transition can be greatly rewarded.
Outside of the intensive sudden-response realm however, others may find Chandra-8 emotional style to be nosy, intrusive, melodramatically reactive, or even threatening.
Chandra-8 may not be able to detect conventional psychic identity boundaries of others because their own boundaries are so fluid and move so suddenly. Thus Chandra-8 may acquire the reputation of a meddler, an agent of interference and disturbance, or an over-reactive member of the neighborhood, family, corporation, sahangha, or team.
Much of human self-concept derives not from others' opinions but rather from one's own feeling about oneself. The inner voice may speak in a language of emotional truth that reinforces the self-image in a way that is internally consistent and not defined by others.
In Jyotisha, it is understood that Chandra establishes this profoundly foundational sense of intuitive self-identity; and part of the character of Soma's non-rational inner voice is determined by the bhava in which Soma resides.
Chandra-8 = a hidden, occult, masked emotional placement. One may serve as a protective, sustaining figure in 8th-angle identity-transforming locations such as surgical operating rooms, confidential information files, tantric training grounds, disaster sites, hidden vaults, secret caches, gender-changing environments and extramarital affairs.
Chandra's karaka roles as caretaker, nurturer, parent and provider of shelter are often cherished in secret. However, bhava-8 like all of the moksha-bhava = a releasing place not a retaining place. The public rarely sees the occult identity of one's 8th bhava.
The public - including one's own family, friends, co-workers, fellow religious congregants and citizens - are much more likely to recognize the features of one's kama, artha, and dharma bhava.
In the deepest recesses of the hidden identity, Chandra-8 may think of oneself as a dedicated parent, steady and reliable family provider, a guardian of lands and protector of the weak... yet others may find this self-image thickly masked.
In the emotional core, one identifies as an emotionally sensitive person who sympathetically acts to protect and shelter others. Chandra-8 may feel surprised that others do not understand their sensitivity. In fact, due to its emotional tendency toward sudden impulsive intervention and emergency reactivity (8), Chandra-8 can be perceived as insensitive, secretive, and controlling. Hurt feelings and confusion may accompany the gap between the interior view and public definition.
For the purposes of the present incarnation, the sources of emotional well-being (8) have been arranged in a state of disagreement (6) with the sources of physical well-being (1 = 6th-from-8th).
Further, the sources of emotional well-being (8) have been designed to promote sudden, transformative changes (8) in the sources of mental well-being (3 = 8th-from-8th).
Thus Chandra-8 is distinguished by a nearly constant emotional cycle of psycho-emotional self-destruction and rebirth.
In childhood, the mother is prone to emotional outbursts (8).
Throughout adulthood, the rhythmic patterns of life [Chandra] often include events of violent shock and upheaval which profoundly affect not only the emotional state but also radically impact the physical life-force (typically, a vigorous but shortened lifespan) .
If the higher consciousness is developed in this lifetime, a preternatural intuitive awareness of impending disaster may often protect [Chandra] the lifestyle and livelihoods of human settlements (4, Chandra).
Chandra-8 may appear to be emotionally unstable, Yet, the placement is deeply creative as the native has access to rich stores of occult (8) intuition [Chandra].
As always with the super-impressionable Professor Chandra , the outcome must factor in the character of the dispositor of randhra-sthana.
Emotionally most comfortable in environments such as:
Perhaps a noticeable gap between public facade and private activities.
In a hidden environment, Chandra-8 may engage with frightening or forbidden conditions.
Life provides a habitual pattern of frequent upheaval, contact with the conditions of death and rebirth;
many changes of life conditions followed by periods of rejuvenation and recovery from shock
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Strong emotional attachment to secret relationships and hidden wealth. Emotional need for mystery, healing and transformation.
Matter's of Chandra's house are subject to sudden upheaval and destructive change.
To have Soma's portfolio radically, even catastrophically, destroyed during the lifetime is indeed Viparita Raja Yoga (Sarala) for Simha indriya-lagna and Kumbha indriya-lagna , where Soma = rogesha-6 and ruler-of-12 .
For Simha and Kumbha indriya-lagna Soma-randhrasthana = a boost up.
Special benefits for disease destroyer Soma-8 for Kumbha indriya-lagna where major obstacles from Aristhana, such as enemies, conflicts, debts, and disease, are intuitively destroyed.
Parents * particularly the Mother
The identity of one's parents - especially the mother - may be kept secret. Chandra-8 = a common placement in the nativities of children who were adopted with sealed documents or no documents at all. Also a common placement for persons living with an occluded identity.
The hidden identity of the birth parents is an important part of the native 's development plan.
Interestingly, even when the identity of one's parents is revealed to oneself or others may also know, it is possible for one's own tantrik reasons that one makes an effort to prevent public discovery of these facts.
Mother has a volatile, changing identity marked by perhaps several marriages or confidential relationships. Perhaps one of the marriages is not disclosed to the public. Typically, the child is viscerally aware of the mother's mysterious doings. The child may sense that the mother undergoes cyclic eruptions of emotional energy - sometimes very intensely nurturing and sometimes unavailable. Child may perceive the mother to be a creature of sudden and unexpected changes.
The main polarizing catalysis identified with candescent Chandra in randhra bhava = one ABSORBS the shocks of life's sudden, forced changes into oneself. One feels considerable emotional pressure to maintain a veil of mystery around one's hoard of confidential knowledge. This becomes a problem when the secret knowledge needs to be released, or when the ethics of the situation demand honesty and full disclosure.
Transformation can be gentle or violent, according to the consciousness of the nativity overall. This native craves deep and profound change.
Soma in Bhava-8 may produce profound healers who can move an individual or small group from one life stage into the next, e.g. death healers. Natural transformers of electro-magnetic initiating thoughts, landscapes, and identities. .
Some attraction * akarshana * to sorcery. Intuitive awareness of the cycles of re-in-carn-ation. Personal life always tumultuous because the Moon wants emotional stability and these natives are marked as agents of profound and constant change.
Energized by always-moving Mangala, men and women who are born with Chandra in Bhava-8 are much constrained emotionally by Shani's strictures; thus they have characteristically little patience with fear and often blast through [Kuja] the walls of social taboo.
Chandra-8 healing= need to be surrounded by healers. If the native becomes a professional healer, or is born into a lineage of physicians, this need can be met by friendly association. Yet, the default path is to experience ongoing psycho-somatic illness , which attracts physicians of all traditions, who may give conflicting medical advice. Karaka for iatrogenic disease.
Chandra-8 = a deep intuitive attraction * akarshana * to medical healing esp. surgery, but one must be cautious to obtain the proper training and comprehend the rational element of medicine.
The training issue is always a concern with 8th-house graha because Bhava-8 is the house of loss of the temple, which means that the native does not have direct access to the conventional university or priestly lineage training. There is a need to psychically attract a non-traditional teacher or guru.
Most of the negative implications are cancelled if Chandra = ruler-of-12 . For Simha indriya-lagna, Moon in Bhava-8 is a beneficial placement especially for a trained physician..
Disagreement, disappointment, emotional servitude
When Chandra occupies Bhava-8, the most difficult house emotionally becomes 6th-from-8th = Tanu bhava= physical body, developed personality integrity, fleshly appearance.
Bhava-1 may become the site of affective difficulties due to disagreements within one's own body and regarding one's social personality. The native is rarely comfortable [Chandra] in one's own body, and emotionally-based disease conditions which manifest in the flesh body may be difficult to understand because of their"secret" psycho-emotional causes rooted in Chandra-8.
During its Vimshottari periods, the lagnesha may produce conditions of emotional servitude.
Chandra Mahadasha and Chandra bhukti
When Chandra occupies bhava-8 * the indriya-lagna is automatically located in the 6th-from-Chandra. One has a special affinity for dissatisfying and toxic 6th-matters such as drugs, crime, accusation, conflict, disavowal, disagreement, and pollution (whether social or chemical).
Chandra-8 seeks comfort in situations of catastrophic change or danger, and is particularly sensitive to those suffering the throes of sudden upheaval. This angle is a signature of the physician-surgeon, emergency responder, and social worker, often found in disaster response roles.
Professor Chandra's special area of instruction is emotional sensitivity, absorption of feelings from the local environment, and emotional reaction or response. Chandra-8 is especially sensitive to the fluctuation of circumstances which may force upheaval and rebirth. Chandra-8 feels deeply the need for familiar, rhythmic routines of constant self-renewal, identity-change, and rejuvenation.
The parents may have volatile characteristics or be associated with revolutionary behaviors. Often the parent comes-and-goes from the child's life. Occasionally the parent is a complete mystery with unknown identity, but more commonly the parent plays a revolving-door role in the child's life. (An unknown father is more likely Surya-12 and an invisible mother is also more likely Chandra-12. )
The child becomes accustomed to the rhythmic patterns of unexpected identity change and eruptions of sudden force. One becomes comfortable with the volatility of the cycle of birth-and-death from an early age, and violent emotional upheaval becomes emotionally normalized. Typically, the lifespan is rather short.
The masculine nativity may experience his mother as a sexual person much earlier than children normally notice. He sees her powers because he is psychically attuned to secret powers at birth , and the first power he notices is in the aura of the mother.
The mother may have lovers or the parents are not afraid to show the child some of their sexual energy. (BTW this Moon does not indicate child abuse, rather it signifies child's heightened magical awareness .)
The child gains early knowledge of sexual healing and the cycle of birth and death; having this knowledge, one both loves and fears women.
Chandra-8 is perhaps the most difficult placement for Soma.
Chandra-6 * ill mother or one trapped in poverty, addiction, or servitude;
Chandra-12 * distant mother or one hidden from view .
Chandra-8 can produce a mother who is unpredictable and subject to sudden, catastrophic change of personality.
being absorptive, Chandra-yuti a strong randhresha-8 has similar effects to Chandra-as-randhresha
Joint Assets of Marriage:
Feminine Nativities contribute treasure into the joint accounts. Both native and spouse have an emotional predisposition to build financial security for the marriage.
Moon gives the reflection of other strong graha. Depends entirely on Chandra's house and the randhresha-8 .
Often the child becomes so habituated to sudden and violent changes in relationships that according to deep expectations they act preemptively sabotage their unions , causing a chronic cycle of intense desire for nurturing followed by catastrophic breakups.
Chandra-8 tends to develop secretive relationship patterns -- relationships both to people and to money.
Women are often attracted to a man with Chandra-8, because he seems to have secret or tantric healing empowerments.
When Chandra occupies Bhava-8, 7th-from-Chandra becomes Bhava-2. The lifepartner = values-oriented, conserving, acquisitive , and may be focused on continuing a family lineage of affluence , historical knowledge, or other assets. Lifepartner tends to preserve traditional values.
Chandra-8 = is more concerned with matters of confidential transactions, emergencies, hidden wealth, or secret initiations; whereas the spouse is grounded in tangible values, ideally a large hoard of material assets. Both spouses are concerned with developing wealth, therefore this is likely to be a materially wealthy couple.
Life span = Traditionally, the life-extent of Chandra-8 abbreviated unless other graha can extend it.
However, Chandra-8 nativities may be somewhat longer-living if change-resistor Shani or rule-bender Rahu cast drishti into randrasthana.
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Circumstances of death are highly emotionalized, and attachment to those left behind remains strong. the native will be long cherished by loved ones; a secret bond persists.
Longevity: slightly reduced overall.
Circumstances of Death: sudden , perhaps by the hand of family members or countrymen. By water , chilling (most typically in old age via pneumonia). With Kuja, by drowning. Outcome depends significantly on the randhresha-8 .
In-Laws: strong emotional connection to the spouse's family.
Inheritance and Insurance settlements:: considerable profit from hidden resources
Taxes: not a burden.
Access to Secret Knowledge: strong intuition leads the native to detect the content of hidden affairs.. Emotional proclivity to become surreptitiously involved in the affairs of others. Whatever the external reasoning, there is an emotional need to pursue tantric relationships.
Chandra-8 personalities may be exceptionally moody. Hormone cycles on a wide pendulum swing. Also true of the mother.
Healing Skills: capability for emotional healing. Touch-healer.
Catastrophic Changes: subject to massive changes in the emotional character, depending on randhresha-8
Behari says that Makara Chandra in randhra bhava intensifies the psychological problems associated with a sudden rise from obscurity to glory:
"There may be some psychological problems presenting material temptations.
You will be intensely interested in the mystical side of life, but interest will be primarily guided by the desire to acquire personal glory.
You will succeed in attaining goals, perhaps so suddenly that you will be surprised. ...."
Matri-karaka in bhava-8
Chandra's basic instinct is to soothe, to nurture, to ground, to protect. Yet, in randhrasthana, the parental sheltering instincts suffer constant upheaval . Often the backstory includes a disruptive, unstable, and unpredictable mother who was nevertheless a capable healer.
Unless the Moon's ruler is anchored in a kendra and strong via rashi, and Chandra occupies a very hospitable rashi, such a mother may not have been supported with professional education so that her healing instincts may have run amok .
If Chandra's planetary support is steady however, mom may be a surgeon, psychiatrist, midwife, deep healer, vulcanologist, seismologist, manager of highly confidential or dangerous information, a scientist handling explosives, hazardous materials specialist, or other respected professional charged with social responsibility for managing rapid change and transformation under life-threatening conditions.
Mother has some clandestine or occult (8) behaviors which do not however harm one' public dignity since 8 = gainful 11th from 10th. In fact as a consequence of learning to respond to an unpredictable Mother, one' own emotional affinity for sudden change and crisis can easily provide a basis for earnings in professions that require emotionally sensitive intervention such as emergency counseling.
On the plus side, mother may be a gifted healer using confidential methods.
Chandra, which is the emotional foundation of life, is subject to constant disasters of psycho-emotional earthquake, flood, and fire. The physical security may be adequately protective (not always) but the emotional security is likely to fluctuate considerably due to the suddenly changing moods of the Mother.
Mother of Chandra-8 = characteristically secretive in her behavior. She masks and hides her activities, disguising her relationships and clouding her whereabouts.
Mother is supposed to be the soul of reliability and routine - the very ground of one's stable existence.
It can be a significant learning challenge for a child to have a mother who is so volatile and changeable in their affections.
Disagreement, disappointment, emotional servitude =
The flesh-body Bhava-1 = 6th-from-Chandra
Body-image, musculature, identity-appearance, vitality fluctuation, and discomfort with the physical body can ebb and flow.
| Marriages for Chandra in Bhava-8
spouse brings forth emotional content of native's bhava-2
first marriage is emotionally triggered and sustained by deep memories of 7th-from-8th = bhava-2:
second marriage is emotionally triggered and sustained by deep memories of 2nd-from-8th = bhava-9:
third marriage is emotionally triggered and sustained by deep memories of 9th-from-5th = bhava-1:
| QUOTATION from
comments upon Chandra-8:
"Moon in the 8th house harms the mental composure.
The past is brought to the surface.
... indicates death in a public place, by drowning, ship wreck, road accident, public calamity.
Suffers from different acute and chronic ailments.
8th house indicates death, legacies, interest in occult science, and diseases of the secret parts and generative system .
Dependent on doctors and their medicines.
Poverty may come, but quite intelligent, learned.
You will not have firm livelihood and will be wandering.
Question regarding Chandra-8 and healingA: Namaste,
As for all who are called to healing, it would be recommended that one knows oneself quite well before venturing into the service of helping others to know themselves. A good deal of meditative reflection should precede any offering within a ministry of service, to ensure that humility and maturity will be easily accessible to guide the healing interactions.
Chandra-8 often indicates an emotionally penetrating intuitive healer. If there is insufficient consciousness, Chandra-8 can also sink into manipulative psychological interventions and habitual invasion of other people's emotional space.
Because Chandra has a fluctuating, undulating nature, the wounded healer of Chandra-8 may slip into a pattern of meddling. Chandra's need for comfort-in-chaos may be characterized by frequent emotional polling but little lasting commitment to maintaining the neutrality of healing space.
Chandra-8 usually has a secretive, camouflaging mother. A familiar rhythm of sudden, potentially invasive caretaking has often been established due to early trauma with a fast-changing, unpredictable mother. Somana in the identity-transforming randhrabhava is often soothed by the habitual pattern of upsets, upheavals, and shocks. One's conditions of emotional need tend to attract the matching energy of those who are able to meet that need.
The Chandra-8 healer may attract people who are experiencing significant identity transition. Those seeking interaction with healer's protective intelligence may be themselves needing a transformative experience.
The energy of bhava-8 is naturally governed by Mangala. Dynamic Kuja tends to go early, go forcefully, go first. Kuja provides the psychic machinery which turns the cycle of birth-and-death. As a result, the Chandra-8 healer's challenge may be to smooth this pioneering energy. One may need to gently adjust the flow of new [Kuja] vitality, and avoid jumping excitedly [Kuja] from one intense emotional moment to the next.
Self-knowledge of one's own wounding and recovery cycle is foundational to the healer's mission. Bhava-8 becomes deeply emotionalized when Chandra-the-Caretaker lives there. Chandra-8 can induce frequent eruptions of long-hidden unmet needs. Chandra-8 may be gifted with skills of enthusiastic sudden intervention. Often it is helpful to know other healers with complementary skills who may be better suited to maintain less vigorous, longer-term continuations following the initial excitement of exploration and discovery (8).
Healers prosper when they hear the inner guidance. Following the direction of the higher intelligence, true healers attend first to one's own self, observing motivation, securing nourishment, feeling well oneself (not perfect, but well) before extending energy to others.
Kuja is a pioneering explorer. Like a champion racehorse straining at the gate, Mangala may be hasty. As a preventative, often healers may follow a a routine pre-work psychic check-in procedure.. Like a pilot at the aircraft control panel, a healer may complete a quick assessment of present-time motivation before proceeding to explore another person's psycho-emotional space. After the safety check is completed, healing instincts may be free to guide skillful action.
|QUOTATION from Light-Source-Ptaah |
"Well, you know, everything outside you really is simply a story "out there" for you to come home.
It does not matter how horrific you judge it to be. All of the stories of your life which recreated and recreated and recreated the pain, are simply that which is to bring you home.
You store it within you
and every time you think you have forgotten,
you build a wall around your heart higher and thicker so that you will not feel anything anymore.
What occurs is that pain you hold within you is what kills you."
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