It doesn’t matter if the Moon is placed in the 5th or 10th which I said are the stronger placements for it to be, if the Moon is conjunct either of the nodes, there is associated with it a great deal of chaos and transformation. It doesn’t matter similarly, if the Moon is in a difficult placement such as the 6th or the 1st house, if it is in a powerful ‘nakshatra’ that is by nature very beneficial and lucky such as let’s say ‘Uttaraphalguni’ or ‘Purvashadha’, the Moon is still quite strong. Similarly, difficult ‘nakshatra’ placements even in good placements will be difficult to deal with. For example ‘Ardra’ and ‘Moola’ will have a great deal of chaos associated with them no matter where the Moon is placed in the chart.
While there can be many different interpretations of the third house and what it represents in the D-9, one theme that will always be common is the ability to fight for and defend one’s beliefs and life path. The planetary placements in the D-9 will point towards the flavor of communications and efforts on part of the individual in moving their life from what they have been given towards that which they envision as the version of themselves they seek to become.
These people are great at creating just the ‘right’ environment for optimum comfort and privacy. In fact, these people will try as much as possible to never have to leave their comfort zone. They will be the masters at managing everything from home and probably have a pretty robust domestic machinery where everything is expertly handled.
The 4th secret is that your ‘Rahu’ placement shows what you are here to do for the world. The 4th secret is that your ‘Rahu’ placement shows what you are here to do for the world.
Anyone stuck in the idea that in order to become the best version of themselves.. in order to have all that they want and deserve from life, they will have to sacrifice what they do have.. That they risk losing this for that.. is just engaging in self deception.
That superhuman state that so many people who are operating at their peak performance on a consistent basis seem to be, is a state of perfect sync with their highest intentions on how to utilize the life that has been given to them by God.
The focus is to tap into the zone of ‘peak experience’ or the ‘flow state’ to be able to create your magic seamlessly and enjoy the experience. You want to stay in that state once you get there and prolong it to extract maximum impact from it.
Any fine tuning if necessary can be done after that session of activity ends; when you have accumulated confidence and sufficient data of your performance to analyze and perfect.
It’s for this purpose that professional archers quite often practice the ‘sudden release’ via employing a mechanical release or ‘release aid’.
Hari Om Namo Narayana! If you’ve read the previous part of this series, it talks about how ‘Rahu‘ is an energy of growth who forces you to expand your mind and your understanding, your knowledge. ‘Rahu‘ is here to force you to ‘think’ yourself out of the puzzle that he has put you in, soContinue reading “Rahu mahadasha secrets part 3/101”
Hari Om Namo Narayana! If you’ve been following this series of ‘Ketu‘ through the houses, then the previous two posts in this series would have given you a pretty good idea about the energy of ‘Ketu maharaj‘, what he represents and what he stands for. ‘Ketu‘ is the blueprint of your soul’s past experiences. ItContinue reading “‘Ketu’ in 3rd house of birth chart”
Hari Om Namo Narayana! Generally all planets do so well in the first house because that’s where a planet gets the most prominence in the chart. The 10th house is where a planet gets the most ‘attention’ and ‘recognition’ because this is the mid heaven. It’s where you see things most clearly so a planetContinue reading “Why does Sun do so well in the first house?”
In the previous part of this series, I talked about how ‘Rahu ji‘ is that mysterious entity charged with the all important task of pushing the soul to grow in a specific direction based on objectives set before manifesting in the physical plane. I talked about how ‘Rahu‘ destroys the house that it sits inContinue reading “Rahu mahadasha secrets part 2/101”
Hari Om Namo Narayana! The second house, dhana bhava, the most obnoxious placement for Ketu they say as Ketu is naturally debilitated in the sign of Taurus and therefore the natural sign of Taurus, the second house. This post also works if you have Ketu in Taurus and Rahu in Scorpio. Ketu rejects where itContinue reading “‘Ketu’ in 2nd house of birth chart”
Hari Om Namo Narayana! ‘Kuja‘ in ‘Randhra Bhava‘ i.e. Mars in the 8th house, is mostly considered bad by people. In fact, in electional astrology, whenever you have to find a ‘muhuratam‘, whenever Mars is in the 8th house, that ‘muhuratam‘ is considered out of your control. Avoiding any ‘muhuratam‘ with Mars in the 8thContinue reading “Is Mars in the 8th house bad?”
From an esoteric perspective, Saturn placement in the chart is about the area of your life that you have the most karma in. So, it is tough to say which is the best place to have the most karma in your chart! However, as a Life Coach, when I look at someone’s chart from theContinue reading “What is the best house for Saturn to be? (Saturn in 6th house effects)”
Hari Om Namo Narayana! The previous part of this series was all about leveraging the power of planetary placements for a quick analysis. This time we go deeper into the ‘taara‘ concept. Why ‘taara‘ before ‘nakshatras‘? Well these are quick techniques. So moving in order of speed. In the order in which I personally analyzeContinue reading “Astrology and Mental Health Part 3: Using the ‘taaras’ for a quick scan”
** Hari Om Namo Narayana! ** If you read the first part of this series, you would have developed a fair bit of understanding about the importance of astrology as an ‘science’ in mental health diagnostics. There is more to astrology, especially ‘Vedic Astrology’ when it comes to its accuracy in diagnosing mental health issues.Continue reading “Astrology and Mental Health Part 2 : Five second diagnosis using the planets”
I have been blessed to have built so much on the back of the bad boy of ‘Vedic‘ astrology: ‘Rahu‘. Seriously, it’s simply amazing how much I have been blessed by ‘Rahu ji‘. Maybe one day I dream to share my chart and get people gasping at how apt it was that I would achieveContinue reading “Rahu mahadasha secrets part 1/101”
** Hari Om Namo Narayana! ** On their own, the nodes of the Moon are mere mathematical entities. They are not considered ‘bodied planets’ in the Jyotisha scheme of planets and are extremely difficult to predict concrete events with owing mainly to their unpredictable nature. There are experts out there in the field of jyotishaContinue reading “Astrology And Reincarnation – Part 2: Understanding the nodes of the Moon”
“Why is Rahu in the 3rd house considered good? I’m running through Rahu Mahadasha & my career has come to a standstill & I haven’t talked to my younger sister for a year now. Why am I having such bad results?” Hari Om Namo Narayana! Now an important thing to note which is unanimously acceptedContinue reading “Why is Rahu in 3rd house considered good?”
When you’re running, the mind does want to stop in the beginning but after a point it almost seems that the body is going on its own and the mind even if it logically wanted the body to stop wouldn’t be able to do so.
The D-9 chart is so important because the D-9 chart shows us what the higher wisdom of the native is. For, how do you make the necessary choices in life? You make them on the basis of your higher wisdom.
You turn into your beliefs. That is what defines your life journey. Also, as pointed out in the previous post, the 9th house is the house of ‘sanskara’ or the rituals that mark the progression from one phase to the next one.