Shani occupies 10th-from-Chandra
Om Sham Shanaishcharaye Namah
Om Graam Greem Graum Sah Gurve Namah
Sauri * Sauron
Mana-daya * Karma-sthana
Saturan * Kevan * Khima
Saturn * Sauran * Shamash
Kronos * Kaivan
Anu * Ninurta * El * Eli
"The Old Sun"
the tenth house
Old hierarchies. Sigh.
must regulate the social order
karmic duty imposes effort to maintain lawful institutional governance
rigidly structured lawful leadership
when compromised: fear of public exposure
intimidated by difficult public-reputation decisions
rigid knees, dry bones
fear of repudiation and disregard
Professor Shani's classroom in bhava-10 features the experience of matching the fear of the government, fear of the law, of the social order, of the elite, fear of making decisions, fear of the father's family.
Shani's instruction = "stop matching that which is not lawful to you" (stop matching the fears of others) and proceed with care.
Support for socially-approved, rigidly dutiful roles as lawgiver-roles such as president, principal, director, boss, governor, mayor.
|Shani narrative in bhava- 10|| Agents of karmasthana enact a fearful, life-threatening (Shani) script of punishment and restriction. |
Agents of bhava-10 = the government, lawmakers, bureaucrats, boss, master, social orderers, social elite, hierarchy toppers; also the father's family and father's resources. The bhava-10 agents say:
You follow the rules, or else we (the government officers, the father's family) will eject you from the respectable social roles, and freeze your access to our dignity, reputation, and privilege.
Professor Shani's classroom in bhava-10 features a narrative of the threat of repudiation and disregard is further embroidered with contributing voices from Shani's rashi, incoming drishti to bhava-10, Shani's angle from Chandra, Shani's placement in navamsha, planetary tenants in those bhava ruled by Shani, et-cetera.
| Public Figures |
Shani-Karkata * throne yoga
Shani-Kanya * fear of criticism
Shani in Karma Bhava-10
Shani * swabhava
resistance to impulse + obligation to maintain respectability
resistance to public leadership + obligation to lawfully govern
Professor Shani = well placed in His own karmasthana, where His agenda of orderly governance can be accomplished slowly and carefully, protected by the power of the State.
Opposite to Professor Surya, Professor Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 generally dislikes excessive personal attention. However Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 may be an effective regulatory agent, careful legislator and reliable bureaucrat.
Professor Shani's classroom in bhava-10 generally supports a respectable and class-conscious career aimed at heavily responsible, elite governance roles and judicial or executive roles in social hierarchy.
Professor Shani's classroom in bhava-10 generally requires a sober temperament, systematic habits, and a top-down authoritative viewpoint. Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 is prone toward a judgmental and often punitive worldview, shaped by harsh governments and strict austerities.
Shani-Kanya may be a notable criticizer and problematizer of government.
Effort required by the demands of public respect, regulatory credibility
Professor Shani's classroom in bhava-10 represents resistance to change which necessitates the effort that is required to achieve a consistent and credible high-visibility, respectable social leadership identity.
Marriage and children
Shani's drishti upon bhava 12, 4, and 7 imposes a somewhat strict, rigidly conformist view upon the institution of marriage = 10th from 10th.
Marriage favors duties related to the propagation of the species (survival). Because Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 cannot cast His restrictive drishti upon 5, Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 is unrestricted as a progenitor; one may produce a large number of children.
No matter how large or diverse the family However, there is little interest in the individual creativity or other expressions of divine intelligence in the children.
A second marriage, if indicated, is often easier and less duty-bound, because Shani's drishti will not reach dhanabhava.
Karma bhava = shad-ashtaka 6-8 from Putra Bhava
Polarizing catalysiss via imbalance-seeking-a-remedy between social ordering duties (Shani, 10) vs. creative life (Surya, 5).
When Professor Shani's classroom is located in bhava-10, Vimshottari periods of Shani may involve
Although quite capable of interacting with governing agencies and officials, one may prefer to hold a less exposed place in society in order to show modesty. Nevertheless, one may accept very responsible assignments from a deep sense of social duty
A social regulator of the first order, especially when Shani-Thula, swakshetra Makara or Kumbha
Also strong public responsibility when Dharmesha-9 + karmesha-10 for Urisha lagna
Much less favorable when in a rashi of Shani's enemies Mangala or Surya, as here Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 becomes well-known but as a rebel or an agent of polarizing catalysis.
Professor Shani's classroom in bhava-10 is a law-abiding environment. One is required to be diligent in the performance of social duties but not friendly in the classic sense of enjoying the company of others. Shani the Fearful Survivalist will however develop marketplace relationships for the instrumental benefit of reaching one's material goals in social performance, maintaining good public reputation, and obtaining material profit.
It is a complex placement. Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 is a morally good person with some socially dysfunctional habits. One becomes well-known (10, visibility) for good works which benefit society as a whole. Yet, at the same time one is not an outgoing, friendly person nor especially well-liked.
Individualism (5) is anathema to this native, who experiences a very deep obligation to impose austerity, regularity, predictable governance , and moral order in the world.
Often Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 practices a form of "reverse discrimination" in social relationships. One gives favor to members of the materially disadvantaged "underdog" classes regardless of their individual qualifications.
Also, Professor Shani's classroom in bhava-10 does not easily tolerate diversity. (Diversity is a trait of Professor Brihaspati.) In Shani's classroom defined by its strictly lawful climate, friendship is harmed by a punitive judgmentalism toward those who hold different views to oneself.
However, all of this rather friendless difficulty is due to placing the welfare of society ahead of the welfare of any one individual; so that it becomes impossible to extend the privilege of personal friendship. However, in general the citizens know and appreciate the value of Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 's social contribution. One has "friends " in the professional service corps and amongst those who share one's vision of a correctly ordered social pyramid.
|Regarding Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10-Kumbha, Das commentary :|| |
"Saturn impels you into the realm of objectivity, isolation, and philanthropic activities. You will be extremely rude and crude in social relationships, but inwardly you will be motivated by the urge to help others and show them the unity underlying all things."
|Graha drishti to domains: 12, 4, and 7.|| |
See: dealing with the negative expectations of Shani in bhava-10
All forecasts improve with planetary support from Shani.
Better results should be predicted if Shani occupies Thula, Makara - Draco, or Kumbha.
|Drishti emitting from Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10|| |
When Professor Shani's classroom occupies karma sthana the professor sends His drishti to bhava-12, bhava-4, and bhava-7.
From karma sthana-10, Professor Shani's 3rd aspect to the obscure 12th house is less damaging to public life. It damages mainly Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 's inner peace by blocking meditation, sanctuary, and dreams (12) and love from the spouse (7). The home (4) is not comfortable so Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 may prefer the workplace. Accepts a heavy workload.
Seva of Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10
In terms of liberation through conscious service, native is uncomfortable with excess publicity. Consider the difference between bhava-10 which is duty and respectability, versus bhava-5 which is celebrity and fun.
Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 does not wish the private lives to be exposed, and much dislike the limelight. But Shani gives Karma, the tough reality which is not supposed to be trivial. In some ancient parallel life opne has caused another to fall from power by exposing personal moral flaws in a public leader. In the parallel life they threw the first stone .
The hardest thing in life for Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 = moral transparency , = having the rigorous moral standards of public life relentlessly applied to one's private life. It is an excruciating responsibility to allow people who are much less moral than oneself to be prying into one's personal business at all times. Yet, if the karma-burning potential of Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 is to be fully realized, this is moral transparency - flawless role-modeling of public morals even in private behavior - must be accepted.
Benefits of Shani in Kendra:
in kendra (1, 4, 7, 10) lawful Shani = slow and steady toward material and social success.
Shani imposes routines, conventional behavior patterns, predictable environments, and realistic expectations .
In kendra, Shani's influence is overall favorable due to the value of regularity in those environments.
Shani social structures = regulated vertical hierarchies (Makara) and lateral systems (Kumbha) . Shani in bhava-10 = governing and social-ordering structures. Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 may not always enjoy one's work but it is clearly necessary to do it.
Often employed by a government bureaucracy. In Karkata,"throne yoga" the very highest and most emotionally oppressive social-regulator duties
A strong regulator-Shani marks Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 nativities as imposers of national and international governance. May be involved in high-level bureaucracy.
| sober and realistic about human social organizations . |
Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 karma is designed to convert ignorance about large human social organizations into wisdom about large human social organizations.
Laws of human groups: the larger the group, the lower the common denominator, the greater the need for law and order.
Fear and worry regarding responsibility for imposing a lawful environment
"Not respected enough" syndrome.
The experience of"getting the job done" fundamentally stubborn, persistent, conservative and slow .
Shani in 12th from 11th = One step forward, two steps back in matters of achievement and goals.
Yet eventually Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 achieves the respect accorded to those who earn measurable material accomplishments .
Expect serious delays in arrival goal-achievement timeline if the period of karmesha-10 occurs much later in life.
| Leadership = work |
Iconic roles = work
public recognition = work
Shani = characteristically resistant to forward movement.
In 10, public projects = slow-going and time-consuming.
Limited permission to move forward energetically along the path of public reputation
capacity to move vigorously toward completion of professional duties may be reduced due to the weight of the workload. In the large, pyramid-shaped hierarchies of Makara and bhava-10, the individual cannot move until the entire internally regulated organization is ready to move.
It takes a good long time to get anything done.
Ascending to high social status and achieving significant visibility in the world order is required by Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 because the environment of high public recognition is precisely"Shani's workshop" where He imposes the regime of repeated practice exercises "until the ignorance has been converted to wisdom".
Try as one might to change the package of attributes, one's ability to enjoy the benefits of these positions of high dignity is much delayed.
To outsiders, it might look like Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 has achieved the pinnacle of social success. Yet to Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10, it just feels like work.
Habits of leadership and orderly behavior =
for Mesha lagna, Urisha lagna, and Makara lagna, wherefrom Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 will occupy either (1) a rashi of Shani or (2) uttama- Thula, Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 is born to hold high office.
Yet, the organization one has been chosen to serve and the duties involved are so onerous that Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 may induce a feeling of oppression despite the respect accorded to providers of responsible leadership.
Naturally, Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 occupies swabhava, Therefore, the characteristic respectability behaviors of Shani - slow, careful fearful, conventional - will ultimately produce the basic social dignity which Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 feels obliged to establish.
Shani-yuti-Mangala, the road to high public office s bumpy and hard, but success may occur if the lord of these two graha is well disposed
Thula lagna = Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 in Karkata which gives "throne yoga".
Simha lagna = Shani in a rashi of friend Zukra.
|Heavy public responsibilities.|| |
Some difficulties or maturation required before obtaining recognition in public positions. Strict adherence to public codes of conduct is required.
Delays or prevents access to sanctuary protection or ashrama or research lab and private libraries (12); heavy work and responsibilities in foreign lands. Limits settlement or security of family home because Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 must move frequently for his work (4). Delays marriage; but supports marriage to a plain, simple, or older person (7).
Shani's swabhava, bhava-10 and bhava-11, are the least problematic locations for Shanaicharya's hard-working and determined behaviors. Shani always takes time (sometimes a loooong time) but in the end Shani gives stable position in public leadership roles.
Much depends on the rashi and location of the ruling graha, but in generally speaking, Shani's tasks are somewhat easier to complete in Karma Bhava and Labha Bhava. There is a tremendous amount of forced socializing and a huge duty roster in bhava-10 and bhava-11, but also usually also a large organization to support one's efforts.
Shani in bhava-10 = deficiency of legitimate governance
core areas of initial lack of understanding + required repetition =
Repeating Homework Assignments =
Karma bhava = Shani's swabhava; Shani does well here. Believable personality who has credibility with the hoi-polloi, and is willing to work their way up the ladder. May have a vulgar style, but the people recognize him as one of their own.
Often found in government service, with trade unions, and other populist appeals to the common man. Stickler for the rules - but the letter of the law is what move him, not the spirit of the law!
Special ability to publicly represent scarcity, limitation, fear, and conformity.
A regulator of systems of karma and interpretations of statutory law .
An executive functionary who works the system of hierarchical positioning , leadership and government. Always short of time in which to accomplish a daunting list of public responsibilities.
May be given a heavy workload by the regulating bureaucracy, the professional elite, or the boss. The father's family faces some considerable scarcity of material or cultural resources.
Shani in 10 = good for common humanity because Shani resists rank and status.
Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10 = challenged to repeat many"practice" iterations while learning the art of lawful public behavior.
The lifetime is devoted to the slow and patient correction of the at-birth deficiency regarding leadership responsibilities, management of the public reputation, dignity of high office, and understanding of the elite roles of those who govern large social hierarchies. A very high responsibility position usually However, Typical of Shani one must invest more effort in the workload than one is able to extract in terms of dignity and respect. Possibility a scandal or fall from high place due to ignorant mismanagement of the public trust.
|Core Practice Environments which require repetitive drill and careful study|| |
10 = public duties, highly visible social positions
12 = fantasies, may feel persecuted, limits on private relaxation (person always tense)
4 = conventionalized parents, strict home culture, (mother's affection may be performance-based not unconditional love)
7 = conventional, plain marriage partner, core union focused upon fulfillment of social duty
Effects of Professor Shani teaching in classroom-10
| = an executive functionary who works the socially approved system of organizational leadership and government. This person must apply sustained effort with limited resources (Shani the worker) toward the maintenance of executive powers, official duties, leadership roles and positions, and iconic symbolism. |
This person was raised with early responsibilities and unreliable supporters; as adults they believe that"if it is going to be done right I have to do it myself". By damaging the shelter/sanctuary of 12/4/7 and forcing the person to be on-duty so much, Shani/10 makes a highly competent manager but reduces the long-term leadership trajectory.
Dignified but very demanding. Shani the Limiter = rarely receives full recognition for the full scope of one's diligent efforts.
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