Om hram hrim hraum sah suryaya namah
Hiranya-garbha * golden fetus
Vanika * Yugya
Sun * Sol * Saule * So-Ra Utu * Aten * Shamash * Helios * Havar * Apollo-Paul * Ameratsu * Nyima * Nyayiru * Ra
the constellation of
Libretis * Libra
Surya in bhava-1 = potentially nichha-bhanga
Surya in bhava-5 * swabhava
Thula = the balance, the weight, to be equal
"I am" self-centric identity formed by thought-streams emitting from The Series of Suns
"I am" a Balancer, Negotiator, Arranger, Match-Maker, Go-Between.
One's natural genius seeks to be in the center of bargaining, alliance-building, match-making, and balancing activities.
However Surya-Thula is considered to be nichhamza because Surya in the harmonizing, justice-seeking, equity oriented rashi of Thula puts individualistic, radiantly confident, self-focused, unique Surya into an awkward two-part environment.
When uncomfortably placed, Surya-Thula may signal a certain amount of contractual conceit. One may radiate the "right harmony".
As Surya dramatizes first one side of an issue, then another, the results is often hypocrisy and inconsistency in the Surya-type iconic roles.
Surya the Divine Self feels too much pressure to compromise His authenticity when trapped in the realm of His enemy Zukra the Human Harmonizer. One may exemplify (Surya) balance and equitable arrangements, yet the result often produces unintended or unpopular consequences.
Surya's ego-membrane expression depends on character of aesthetic, pleasure-loving Zukra .
Associated with the lessons of jealousy .
Unless Ravi is rescued through nichha-bhanga, the native may be blamed for moral incompetence, lack of leadership capability, and pursuing sensuality when ethical integrity was needed.
When reversed through nichha-bhanga, Thula Surya becomes capable of royal radiance and celebrity intelligence for gaming and entertainments.
Encouragement and willpower may be at their lowest point.
One radiates confidence in matters of balance and good design. Appreciates (Zukra, price) the need for individual self interest (Surya) to be included in the design of harmonious partnerships.
Visible public behavior psychologically driven by childhood memories of weighing and balancing, praise for losing one's identity through peace-making, and absorbing the cost of compromise .
Surya's nature is self-defined and confidently independent; while Zukra requires coordination, sharing, and compromise.
Does not seek core ego-membrane validation from the divine. Rather, the native 's self-confidence is chained to the constant flow of validation from relationship partners .
Lack of clear inner sense of divine truth = absent the confidence compass = long-term moral uncertainty. If the partner is also uncertain, in love or business, one may flounder.
The native benefits from qualified moral guidance . Needs mentors, counselors, and ideally a confident spouse.
If Surya-Thula is your employee, pair him/her in a supportive role with a more dominant-ego partner. Avoid exploitation, counsel toward teamwork and do not force Surya-Thula to make independent decisions. Provide abundant human approval for best results.
The rashi of Surya's mutual enemy Zukra is a quite inhospitable place for Surya. Depending on Zukra's dignity, hiryanagarbha may suffer low self-esteem and/or an unbalanced ego .
The strength of a Surya-Shani pair derives not from interior self-certainty (as for Surya-Simha ) but rather from extraordinary attention to justice and balance in human relationships. Tends to go along with others for the outer sake of harmony but for the inner reason of uncertainty with individuality. Independent, individualized choice-making is weakened in Surya-Thula.
This form of executive intelligence can guide a large organization, through its deep awareness of the many individually balanced relationships which compose the total pyramid group.
Admittedly, Surya-Thula does not know with certainty the true distinction between self-intelligence and the intelligence of others.
However, this one consults peers, holds meetings, and applies the principles of social justice to seek a just decision.
Success from brilliant designs, sense of justice, and willingness to share credit and ask for advice.
nichha-bhanga Ravi-Thula in bhava-10 digbala = the strongest Ravi of all.
Surya/Thula = ability to compromise and get along with people. Agreeable, flexible, non-confrontational . Will compromise extensively in order to achieve harmony. Succeeds when partnered with stronger egos.
Without nichha-bhanga corrections, Surya-Thula ego-membrane is too weak to compete independently. Ego-identifies with partnerships and works according to the principles of the partner. Not a strong leader and not entrepreneurial, but a valuable and dedicated team-player in business.
| BPL commentary
* Surya in 10 in Thula
potential for nichha-bhanga
Despite His obvious ability to lead by radiant vision (vishnu) Ravi-10 in Thula-nichha is often reluctant to commit to organizational leadership roles due to weak confidence about credibility and credentialing.
Professor Surya in bhava-10 has an autocratic and autonomous style, yet Surya-Thula adds a requirement to work for social justice causes. It becomes awkward for Surya who represents individual entitlements and radiant ego-centricity to assert an agenda of diplomatic balance and concern for equity in partnership.
Professor Surya-Thula teaching in the classroom of 4th-from-7th indicates an regulatory educator who may provide continuing professional education to advisers, counselors, balancers, deal-makers, bargainers, couples, diplomats, attorneys, and other workers who craft balanced partnerships and agreements.
One often serves as an independent consultant to various government or institutional projects of a law-and-policy nature, establishing protocols, and regulating professional environments. However unless Surya attains nichha-bhanga there may be weakness caused by the very factor of concern for the well-being of others and diplomatic style that is less ego-centric.
|Surya-Karaka in Thula = Father|| |
In particular according to Thula the Balancing Scales, the father-figure is concerned with receiving core validation through relationship partners.
Uncorrected nichha Ravi pitrakaraka= generally uncomfortable for the Father suggesting his low entitlement to Surya-portfolio qualities such as personal confidence and creativity.
Typically, he has low self-esteem, for which he may attempt to compensate (Thula, rebalancing) with promiscuity or other Zukra-driven pleasure-seeking behavior.
The father may hold a social position such as attorney barrister broker trader deal-maker solicitor advocate who seeks balance and agreement on behalf of clients; with Zukra may be a fashion designer, artist or architect producing aesthetically balanced art; could be successful as a business consultant, marriage counselor or political advisor; or other negotiation, bargaining, or partnering role.
Material success for the Thula-Surya, affecting both the native and the native's father, is much improved when Thula Surya enjoys a relationship with either Zukra or Shani - ideally, both.
Raja Yoga Bhangas
QUOTATION from BV Raman,
300 Combinations |
Both the above yogas are quite simple to understand and they need no explanation.
Yoga No. 298 requires that Saturn should occupy a debilitated Navamsa in his exaltation sign, and the Lagna first pada of the constellation must be Leo. This means Saturn must occupy the first pada of the constellation of Visakha or Libra 20° to 23° 20'.
As for Yoga No. 299, the Sun must be in deep debilitation. I am afraid, in the absence of other powerful arishtas, the mere debilitation of the Sun cannot destroy all the Raja Yogas and render the person unfortunate and miserable.
Das commentary upon Surya-Thula
"The Sun is fallen in this sign. This is not good for the things the Sun controls.
will live by selling gold and other metals,
doing others' jobs,
extra marital affairs,
These negative effects may come and go at different times.
Nevertheless, this position gives you some of these challenges to overcome in this life."
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