Brihaspati occupies 12th-from-Chandra
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Brihaspati * Devapati * Saptarishi
Vyaya-daya * Shala-sthana
Ju-piter * Dyaus-pitr
Dio-petous * Dies Pater* De-us
Ze-us * Xenios
Enlil * Marduk * Her-wepes-tawy
Iuppiter * Jove * Thor
the twelfth house
many prayers and telepathic knowings
multiple sanctuaries, many guides
many bridges between material and astral planes
many enclosures; much hospitalization; many interactions with distant lands
growth and expansion of spiritual guidance
Guru-Meena * spiritual guidance greatly develops the imagination
Guru the philosopher and doctor-of-doctrine is especially well placed in svabhava of Guru.
Spirit guides are active in this life and much imaginative intelligence is engaged.
However, the instructions of the ancestral Guide's tend to direct one along a portion of the astral-to-material path (12) which develops the intuitive wisdom via dreams or reflective prayer [Guru].
Guru in bhava-12 = humanistic perspective and philosophical tolerance necessary to teach or speak philosophically about private experience.
Guru the Teacher in bhava-12 can explain clandestine foreign diplomacy
or private bedroom wisdom (12)
May have a special compassionate understanding of those who live in isolation
greatly developed visionary imagination
the path toward spiritual redemption via meditation and private prayer
Guru in Vyaya bhava is able to include astrology and dreams in the full portfolio of one's wisdom resources.
Guru's broad perspective validates and accommodates all of the psychic traffic on the bridge between the astral plane (subconscious) and the material plane (conscious).
Guru in 12 also contributes to the dissolution of the material plane identity. Guru's belief system and religious practices tend to siphon off the vitality from the animal, blood-fed, muscular body and transmit the life-force back into the dream world.
As a result Guru becomes associated with losses and the two domains which Brihaspati activates will get drained of their positive reserves.
One of the more interesting implications of a strong Guru in 12 is the possibility of clandestine children.
Another outcome can be one's children will live in a different land or be raised in a boarding school.
In a feminine nativity, matters of the husband [Guru] may be enclosed.
Vyayasthana = Vrihas-pati's svabhava. bhava-12 is a good place for Guru, in almost any rashi:
Well-treated when traveling , Guru-12 creates prosperous circumstances for a wandering foreigner.
Material benefits in life are somewhat reduced, because dharma is channeled more into the subconscious and dream states. Superior dreamer and sanctuary healer. Abundance of bed pleasures .
Rich imagination. Vivid intuitive knowledge of altered states of consciousness, trance healing, and passage through physical death.
Excellent death facilitator, full of wise presence at the time of passage. Understands and accepts the ways of the ancestor spirits.
In evolved nativities, suggests meditative expansion and cultivated development of guidance within a private sanctuary.
Saptarishi in bhava-12 clairsentiently detects the presence of ancestral teachers and guides who preach wisdom-guidance
The stronger is radix + navamsha Guru by rashi, the more expansive the native 's wisdom and charity fantasies will be.
From bhava-12, Guru casts a weakened but imaginative drishti upon domains-4, -6, and -8.
Vyavasthana is Brihaspati's svabhava. Guru enjoys this placement and here He facilitates easy communication with the spirits of one's ancestors.
Excellent for the professional spiritualist and psychic medium.
Disinterested in children except as beneficiaries of their charitable vision.
Brihaspati-12 may enjoy a wonderful vision of oneself as a world healer, giving abundantly to all who seek ... Such a fantasy may have realistic aspects if the native is so employed, but more often the native travels that famous road which is "paved with good intentions ".
Generous Guru is generally happy in His svabhava.
Fantasies (12) of priesthood, professorship, fatherhood, temple teaching or administration, religious knowledge, spiritual guidance, and procreation of children.
Guru-12 represents a person of religious and philosophical knowledge and teaching capabilities in a parallel life , with a strong connection to ocean life.
By default, graha in bhava-12 are characterized by a foggy identity which is 'dissolved' into astral imagery. They tend to be relatively invisible socially, acting from an unseen base. Whether this distinction will manifest again in the current life depends on the supporting graha.
Favors scientific research into ceremonial religion and into the psychology of meditation.
Guru in bhava-12 grants an extraordinary dream life and spiritual companionship of great teachers on the astral plane. Like any graha in bhava-12 however, Guru's outreach means that matters of His bhava and his Karaka affairs are deeply private and enclosed from public view.
Dissolves somewhat the relationship to children
Wifely nativity = dhavakaraka = Guru
Frequent distancing of husband
Her partner's identification with international residence and culture is important to her. The partner's intuitive imagination and expansiveness in the bed-chamber may form the basis of the union from her perspective.
First partner for wifely nativity = associated with sanctuary, retreat, and long residence in foreign lands or long withdrawal into bedroom privacy. It may be growth-challenging to have to deal with the husband's subconscious imagination and buried trauma, but there are only serious problems when a papagraha disturbs Benevolent Brihaspati's natural goodwill.
Regardless of the external status of the union, the wifely nativity may remain connected to her partner through visions and dreams.
" Guru protects you in whatever circumstances you may be placed, slowly and steadily guiding you on your pilgrimage....
enables you to indulge yourself in material desires so that you may finally realize the futility of such a practice.
You may become lazy, neglectful of meritorious acts, mentally unbalanced, coveting diverse objects which cannot all be attained simultaneously, and indulging in activities which may bring you into disrepute.
[If Guru is benevolent] You gain through medicine, or occult studies; fond of ancient learning; through generous and charitable acts; abode in places away from birth; helpful and seeks help. Gain through enemies by prevailing on them.
[If Guru is less benevolent. People are averse to you; uses bad language; childless; immoral; service. Arrogant. Miserly, greedy, helping the wicked. Good for uncles. You gain abundant wealth; disputes with own people, strife, tuberculosis, large expenses, travel, migration, government disfavor, poor, learned, good at mathematics, few sons, glandular sores, incompetent.
was teful expenditure; eyes on The financial wealth of others; slow in doing good to teacher or preceptor or relatives.
Selfish. Lazy, jealous, ill-will, carefree in speech; service and unfortunate. Loss through theft; eye sore; vanquished.
Thin and lean; ailing. Debauch, hostile to relatives, serving the low. You suffer from much mental uneasiness vicious, slow, immodest, foolish, disrespected. Easy life, unsteady, much traveling, malevolent;
Genital complaints; worry through conveyance, ornaments, garments, cattle etc.
You are extravagant, good at service, short-tempered, lazy, quarrelsome, affluent. Heart trouble in childhood, uncharitable, gain through patrimony.
You will be saving money always."
file update = 23-Jan-2021
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