of Yuvati Bhava-7
= Lord of 7th-from-Chandra
in the Twelve Bhava
role of the Yuga-pathi
Promises, Covenants, Treaties, Trusts, Deals, Arrangements, Contracts, and Vows
|Holy Qur'an, sura An-Nahl 16:91||"And fulfill the covenant of Allah when you have taken it."|
L-7 = Surya in bhava-1
L-7 = Chandra in bhava-1
L-7 = Mangala in bhava-1
L-7 = Shukra in bhava-1
L-7 = Shani in bhava-1
Physical Method of Crafting Agreements
L-7 = marriage partnership promise vow balance diplomacy brokerage agreement union pairing yoke L-7 in Bhava-1
Auspicious and identity-enhancing position+ L-7 in 7th-from-swakshetra.
Identified with Bargains, deals, agreements, contracts, negotiations, seeking balance, alliances made to promote mutual interest, marriage, partnership, union
A bargainer, negotiator, agreement-seeker.
Marital-partner and business-partners build one 's capacity for iconic and symbolic body-image representation. Developing the charisma of the psycho-physical appearance is the most important result of contractual partnership.
the social identity is deeply invested in being yoked = holding attribute of "in-contract" status.
self-definition = one is a coupled person, a properly contracted person, and a socially balanced person, a promise-keeper.
No matter the degree of conflict or incompatibility, divorce is often too high a price to pay for this native because one is deeply identified with the "married" status-attribute.
One's choices in life are much determined by the spouse and the spouse's character. If the spouse is caring and dignified, one 's own uncertainties are much reduced.
"I am my contracts and promises, my diplomacy and deal-making, my alliances and unions."
Social identity = infused with the qualities of balance, mutual appreciation, negotiation, collaboration, arbitration, law courts, fairness, due process."
Specifically for L-7 Chandra-3:
good placement for a caring, parental-style business manager. Success in short-term planning, scheduling, writing, frequent travel, project management, training tasks. Many advising and consulting relationships.
radix yuvati-pathi Chandra contributes a portion of the profile of the mate. L-7 in 9th from 7th suggests that one’s spouse will be philosophical, ritually religious, and fortunate overall
however the mentalization of the emotions due to Budha’s influence upon Chandra can lead to chronic reactivity and worrying. The mate will need to learn to relax his busy mind.
L-7 = Surya in bhava-3
L-7 = Chandra in bhava-2
L-7 = Mangala in bhava-2
L-7 = Budha in bhava-2
L-7 = Guru in bhava-2
L-7 = Shukra in bhava-2
L-7 = Shani in bhava-2
Verbal Method of Crafting Agreements
Bhava-2 = marriage partnership promise vow balance diplomacy brokerage agreement union pairing yoke
L-7 in 8th-from-swakshetra = Destruction-and-rebirth of agreements, arrangements, matches, contracts -- esp the marriage contract.
A fast cycle of death-and-rebirth affects all promises, contracts, trusts.
Presuming that L-7 is favorable for matters of pleasures, harmonious design, and equitable contract, the second marriage is generally much easier.
One may perceive that while the first marriage had a known purpose, it is indeed that the second marriage which is more satisfyingly balanced.
Spouse builds one 's capacity for treasure-acquisitions. Developing the historic bloodline or cultural lineage of both wealth and knowledge may be the most important outcome of marriage.
Problematic for the first marriage unless compensation.
The spouse may be psychologically complex (8) with mysterious dealings (8).
Similar to the "virtual widowhood" of L-7 in bhava-8.
It is as if the spouse is married to the greater world, and not to a human partner.
Spouse is concerned with the zeitgeist, performing on the stage of history, wealth-building, huge movements of social values change, and major turnings of the cycle of birth and death.
The spouse is self-identified as a public agent of transformative change.
Most of the relationship energy is diverted into developing the spouse's own role upon the world stage. As a result, one is ignored. Indeed one may feel quite unworthy of requesting the spouse's interest, since to do so would distract them from the greater matters which demand their attention..
As a result of the spouse's energy being largely consumed with giant transformative forces (8) one may not get the marital attention one requires.
one 's simple need for companionship gets somewhat left behind in the partner's concern with larger social issues, and unless one is willing to sacrifice one's own life in the process, marital infidelity can easily result.
Potential for a hidden (8th from) supplemental companion, and the companion is also married.
L-7 in bhava-2 may signify a second marriage which is better aligned with one 's deeper life needs than the first.
The second marriage typically fulfills one 's positive expectations of spousal love and commitment.
L-7 = Surya in bhava-3
L-7 = Chandra in bhava-3
L-7 = Mangala in bhava-3
L-7 = Budha in bhava-3
L-7 = Guru in bhava-3
L-7 = Shukra in bhava-3
L-7 = Shani in bhava-3
Instructional Method of Crafting Agreements
Many auspicious relationships with peers in the realm of publications, writing, media production.
L-7 in Sahaja Bhava 3 = marriage partnership promise vow balance diplomacy brokerage agreement union pairing yoke in the environment of writing, publishing, communications media production, announcements, advertisements, holiday and business short-term travel,
Auspicious and guidance-providing position, L-7 in 9th-from-swakshetra.
Spouse builds one 's capacity for producing publications and announcements. Communications skills development and media-management are significant benefits of marriage.
Mate may be in charge of the marital money; stronger when L-7 = benefic. Spouse is organized and administratively minded.
Partner takes a sibling attitude toward the marriage partnership, and is helpful in the style indicated by the nature of the graha which is L-7.
Spouse brings assets into the marriage, either social or financial or both.
One enjoys a tolerance for constant short-term travel and occasional loss of the one's home through professional relocation (bhava-3) or a lifestyle of shifting between several homes
If L-7 = poorly aspected, spouse may have mental health concerns.
L-7 = Surya in bhava-4
L-7 = Mangala in bhava-4
L-7 = Budha in bhava-4
L-7 = Guru in bhava-4
L-7 = Shani in bhava-4
Habitual Method of Crafting Agreements
L-7 in Bhava-4 = marriage partnership promise vow balance diplomacy brokerage agreement union pairing yoke
Auspicious and respectable position, L-7 in 10th-from-swakshetra.
Presuming that Kuja is in a friendly rashi, spousal behavior is steady and spouse will strongly resemble either of the parents, more often the mother.
Spouse is comfortable working at home or with matters of local security, such as in a home office or serving as a guardian of lands, local police, night watchman etc.
One may carry on business negotiations (7) in the home also, and a home office in the lower levels esp the basement is suitable.
There is much business transacted in the home
in fact, one needs a bit of a hiding place sometimes in order to avoid the consequences of one's business such as fame that attracts aggressive photographers
A female marriage partner is primarily a mother-figure and steadily parental in their sheltering, protective style.
Spouse builds one 's capacity for sheltering and establishing a home. Stability and security through reinforcement of cultural roots is the most important result of marriage.
one 's social and emotional security depends considerably on the behavior of the spouse. Spouse has a strong sense of place, a conservative and patriotic nature, is loyally attached to the cultural values of their birth land. Spouse is strongly identified with being a parent and cultural role model.
Spouse may be in addition to a committed parent also a school teacher, property manager, or a local government official.
If malefic, the parental behavior which the spouse repeats is difficult to manage.
L-7 = Surya in bhava-5
L-7 = Chandra in bhava-5
L-7 = Mangala in bhava-5
L-7 = Budha in bhava-5
L-7 = Guru in bhava-5
L-7 = Shukra in bhava-5
L-7 = Shani in bhava-5
Political Method of Crafting Agreements
L-7 =marriage partnership promise vow balance diplomacy brokerage agreement union pairing yoke in Bhava-5
L-7 = lord of partnerships resides in bhava-5 the gainful 11th-from-swakshetra
Good for partnerships in the creative and political arts. Agreements are beneficial and stable with those who support one's performance activities.
Lord of 3rd-from-5th in Bhava-5.
brings business-administrative skills into the creative arts
good for writing and media messaging on creative, romantic, political, theatrical topics
Yuvatipathi uncomfortable in swabhava of Shukra's enemy Surya.
L-7 carries in" the spouse-choosing and partner-mating energies. L-7 in bhava-5 is one of the classic indicators of "love marriage "as distinct from " arranged marriage.
Whether this situation is considered beneficial or not varies by culture.
one is strong-willed in choosing a mate on the sole basis of one's own feelings and judgment. Life's expression of trust, all contracts and agreements, including marriage contract, are strong expressions of the individual creativity and power of will.
In traditional societies (notably India) the cultural belief is that " love marriage" is selfish, adolescent, and destructive to the family harmony. Experienced elders, mainly parents, should choose a match that will benefit the kinship network on essential social, financial, and religious levels - which the sheltered, romantic young person does not yet comprehend.
In western society generally, the cultural belief is that " love marriage" is spiritually authentic, independent, and based in deep physical attraction that can last a lifetime. The partner-seeker must choose a psychic, physical, and emotional match based on their strong intuitive feelings that this native is The One. Financial and religious considerations are less important overall.
Marital success/failure rates in both cultures seem to be approximately the same - about 50/50 = distribution of Kuja Dosha in the overall population of married adults.
Employment contracts, all legal agreements, trade and barter relationships, commercial partnerships, are affected by one 's powerful sense of willful independence and personal creativity. one may prefer to work as an " independent contractor" rather than suffer bondage to a restrictive contract.
The spouse is typically faithful and friendly, since 11th-from is an inherently friendly and associative angle. The couple will enjoy a large community social life. The partner is a great help in politics, And especially gainful in large networks for fund-raising.
L-7 in 11th-from swakshetra is "fruitful" And thus the first marriage will normally produce at least one child. Fertility and number of children depends on the graha.
Yuvati bhava = 7th-from-7th, an important bhava for career. Good indicator for career support from a network of contractors and agreeable partners that benefits entertainers, politicians, creative artists. It is easy for others to find their mutual interest with this native's political or theatrical career.
Spouse builds one 's capacity for creating children and other performance art. Political, royal, and literary performance is the most important result of marriage.
If malefic, spouse will be involved in more negative (nevertheless interesting) amusements such as gambling, rough political contests, and lower forms of theatre. Spousal intelligence is strong, but if L-7 = malefic, the creative path may have vulgar qualities.
Das comment on "The lord of the 7 is in 5, and the lord of the 7 has at least one beneficial placement attribute."
"You will be married young.
Your spouse may hail from a wealthy family and be very competent. "
L-7 = Surya in bhava-6
L-7 = Chandra in bhava-6
L-7 = Mangala in bhava-6
L-7 = Budha in bhava-6
L-7 = Guru in bhava-6
L-7 = Shukra in bhava-6
L-7 = Shani in bhava-6
Argumentative Method of Crafting Agreements
L-7 =marriage partnership promise vow balance diplomacy brokerage agreement union pairing yoke
in Bhava 6 = disagreement, accusation, litigation, illness, addiction, servitude, poverty, debt, drugs, physicians, ministries of service to the less fortunate
Inauspicious and loss-causing position + L-7 in 12th-from-7th
L-7 in 6 is generally quite inauspicious for easy agreement inmarriage
contractual agreements tend to erode when L-7 migrates into the dissolving, disagreeable, accusing 12th-from-7th
Spouse builds one 's capacity for argumentation. Dealing with chronic underlying distrust is the most important result of marriage.
Loss of marital agreement is part of the experience.
Divorce is not necessarily required, but some expression of loss of agreement such as cessation of sexual congress or an adversarial extramarital interest, is usually seen in the unfolding of this yoga
If L-7 is dignified, this position can grant a good career for the spouse in one of the professions that manages social conflict = professional military, attorney, physician, urban planner, social worker, high-conflict negotiator etc.
Typically the native with L-7 in 6 attracts partners both personal and professional who endure considerable inner conflict within the spouse's own personality, like Mrs. Taylor above.
Even when L-7 in bhava-6 helps the native's own profession, it will reduce the scope of agreement within the marriage or business partnership.
Illness of the partner or shared living in rough conditions may be easier to endure, since physical stress can redirect the focus of imbalance away from the marriage itself and onto the struggle for survival.
Also, since Shani-6 and Mangala-6 can both produce some degree of positive outcome in rogasthana, L-7 Shani in 6 and L-7 Mangala in 6 are potentially favorable for partnership in conditions of poverty, war, disease, false accusations, toxic pollution, servitude, and all of the other miseries of bhava-6.
Psychological withdrawal + withholding of full participation in marriage-alliance, along with lack of initiative (Shani, scarcity) to make needed changes. Exhaustion, loss of identity within human partnerships.
Chronic resistance to normal marital negotiations, therapeutic spousal dialog, or decisive legal action. Generally an angle of "do nothing" marital discontent. Particularly when L-7 in 6 = Shani, one may feel unable to act in either a positive or negative direction; tends to subsist in a drained 12th-from low-energy state. Most of the marriage energy goes into the realm of the criticizing and accusing (6) imagination (6 = 12th-from-7th).
However during the mahadasha of L-12 Chandra in 8 - perhaps knowing that his life force was slipping away - he began wildly reaching for much-younger wives and absolute power. Five of the notorious "six wives of Henry the Eighth" were acquired in the final seven years of his life.
However when L-7 in 6 = a more active graha
L-7 in the satkona = the union is drained, exhausted, depleted causing loss of vitality in the core trust. Partner = "stuck" in their own problems (6).
Typically, the spouse self-medicates. Substance addictions and depression in the first spouse-partner.
"Turtle Island" poet, environmentalist Gary Snyder = four marriages, literary writings also emphasized destructive exploitation of the natural environment
Chronic deterioration of agreements that may be achieved at times between spouses and partners.
If a malefic+ L-7 in 12th-from-swakshetra may temporarily bond the couple over "problem-solving" projects such as paying down debt, treating an illness, or the marriage may serve as a temporary proof that one really can establish a balanced relationship.
Typically the spouse (agent L-7) suffers from some species of mental, social, or physical illness, including addictions, criminal behaviors, chronic self-doubt, or chemical imbalance of the physiology. Nature of the spousal illness is determined by the graha. The spousal illness may be well compensated if other graha are well positioned, but eventually the interior conflict experienced by one will motivate a dissolution of the marriage contract, i.e., divorce
If a benefic, joint denial and overcompensation leading to infidelity, indebtedness, and shame.
L-7 = Surya in bhava-7
L-7 = Chandra in bhava-7
L-7 = Mangala in bhava-7
L-7 = Budha in bhava-7
L-7 = Guru in bhava-7
Negotiating Method of Crafting Agreements
L-7 =marriage partnership promise vow balance diplomacy brokerage agreement union pairing yoke in Bhava-7
Yuvati-pathi = in swakshetra.
Auspicious socially, yet the partner(s) may wield an overwhelming influence in one's life.
Constant bargaining and deal-making may consume the vitality of both partners, leaving little energy for more harmonious resting in the existing agreement.
The partner has such a vivid personality that one 's psychological growth into maturity may be stunted.
If L-7 Shukra in 7, karako bhavo nashto produces "Too much partner."
If L-7 = Shani in 7, dig-bala grants longevity of the marriage contract. Divorce is obtained only if other graha occupy 7.
L-7 = Shani in 7 guarantees neither sexual loyalty nor happiness (although other factors such as Shukra may support pleasures and wealth) but the legal contract itself endures.
The first life-partner = a vivid, dominating personality according to the nature of the L-7. The social-contractual requirement to accommodate one's partner's interests and style can dominate one's agreement-crafting and social balancing process.
L-7 = Mangala in 7 a vigorously negotiating partner.
Life-partner = in charge of the couple's social life; one's spouse represents the couple in public. one will permit this spouse to control the public image of the marriage, even if that image is intimately inaccurate.
If L-7 = Shukra, yuvati bhava will = Vrishabha or Thula. The partner's role in one's life = provider and procurer of capital wealth and pleasure. However with Shukra as L-7 in bhava-7, karako bhavo nashto = too much bargaining for pleasure or for wealth = may apply.
If L-7 = Budha, a friendly, chatty, generally tolerant partner who appreciates the diversity of human sexual behaviors. Partners may remain married for a long time without an exclusivity requirement.
Lord of 7 occupies 7
Das comments "The lord of the 7 is in 5, and the lord of the 7 has at least one negative placement attribute."
"You may have few or no children, possibly a step child.
Your boss or superior may troubled by dealings overseas. "
Das comments "The lord of the 7 is in 5, and the lord of the 7 has at least one beneficial placement attribute."
"You will be married young.
Your spouse may hail from a wealthy family and be very competent. "
L-7 = Surya in bhava-8
L-7 = Chandra in bhava-8
L-7 = Mangala in bhava-8
L-7 = Budha in bhava-8
L-7 = Guru in bhava-8
L-7 = Shukra in bhava-8
L-7 = Shani in bhava-8 * long life
Hidden Method of Crafting Agreements
L-7 = marriage partnership promise vow balance diplomacy brokerage agreement union pairing yoke
Any graha which is born into randhra bhava becomes subject to the fast spinning of the cycle (8) of self-destruction and rebirth (8).
The speed of change-of-form is often terrifying. Matters of the houses ruled by graha in 8 are controlled by this fast-turning, re-cycling, identity-destroying and regenerating hidden life force. (8)
Effects of graha in 8 are frightening, secretive, occult, mysterious, hidden, shocking magical, rejuvenating and changing-changing-changing.
Challenging placement for maintenance of conventional equity-ensuring marriage vows.
Exclusivity promises (7) may undergo many iterations (8) of change; sometimes shocking and sudden change (8).
Confidential (8) relationships (8).
often a component of personalities with "tantrik" agenda where hidden, taboo, or covert sexual relationships may be generated in a personality-transformative context:
Terms of agreement tend to be covered or secret. Incomplete disclosure.
Marriage is better understood as transformative process, not fixed value or static content. Business partnerships and advising-counseling relationships are similarly disposed toward non-transparency (occult) and non-accountability (Mangala the natural lord of 8 = enemy of Budha the Accountant).
If Shani = L-7 in 8, conventionally lawful (Shani) terms and arrangements = consistently presented to the public (Shani) and dignity is upheld. Typically L-7 in 8 = hidden alliances but these are successfully contained (Shani) in ways that do not break the contract.
Shukra = L-7 in 8
Diplomacy and graciousness characterize the situation despite variance from the conventional expectations
Mangala = L-7 in 8
Inauspicious for transparency of word and deed in alliance partnership. Terms of contract enter the Hidden zone. Negotiations and deals conducted in secret. Agreements subjects to forced-changes
Spouse = agent of fast-spinning cycle of self-destruction and rebirth. First marriage is generally short-lived, although the public may not know this because matters of bhava-8 are hidden.
Sudden, catastrophic and potentially healing transformation of one 's identity = the most important result of marriage.
L-7 in bhava-8 of sudden, forced changes = notoriously difficult for the expected stability and non-changing pillar-of-society relationship 10th-from-10th = marriage.One may experience infidelity to the marriage contract. The mate in this lifetime has a rather mysterious motivation for joining the marriage. The spouse becomes a major catalyst for forced change in one 's self-consciousness awareness.
The yoga is not a prediction of infidelity per se but rather a signal that the mate has agency to enforce the transformation of the native's consciousness leading to a new identity for the native. The transformation may be enforced delicately or roughly according to the nature of the graha which is L-7 mate in 6 identity-change.
The spouse may be a tantrik priest, a therapeutic healer, a surgeon or psychiatrist, a covert operator, or a handler of dangerous and confidential information. If the graha is very difficult, the spouse may be a person who is severely emotionally closed due to trauma, and resistant to adult intimacy.
L-7 in bhava-8 indicates that the spouse is prone to martyrdom, perhaps a great saint, committed to sacrifice, and often wishing to transform the basic instinctual human sexuality of bhava-7 into something 'higher' via religious abstinence or other sacrificial transformation. Thus the spouse is often not sexually available.
Although divorce is not required and in fact the spouse is often committed to religious beliefs which proscribe divorce, one feels effectively divorced or more accurately widowed. one rather predictably turns to other companionship.
Conventional society expects that spouses should support and stabilize each other's social identities. However, when L-7 occupies bhava-8, the spouse does not accept one's current identity, and in fact sets out to destroy it so that one can be pushed forward to a higher destiny or otherwise 'improved'.
When in bhava-8+ L-7 the agreement-maker is forced to express its balance-seeking behavior in context of sudden, often catastrophic, changes. In this psychic environment, marriage finds no stable foundation. Rarely can the couple remain faithful nor even share the same house.
However, all is not lost. If L-7 is a favorable graha, the spouses may greatly respect each other for their respective strengths and personal integrity. They may continue to help and support each other in non-intimate ways. Tantrik knowledge is obtained. Spiritual benefits arise.
The general public need not know the intimate details of this marriage, since bhava-8 is the house of hidden things. The external appearance of the marriage may mask an interior reality of virtual widowhood. Interpersonally L-7 in bhava-8 is a difficult placement for marriage.
Yet if the graha is good, the external appearances, material and moral support, and other non-intimate components of marriage may be successful.
L-7 = Surya in bhava-9
L-7 = Chandra in bhava-9
L-7 = Mangala in bhava-9
L-7 = Budha in bhava-9
L-7 = Guru in bhava-9
L-7 = Shukra in bhava-9
L-7 = Shani in bhava-9
Philosophical Method of Crafting Agreements
L-7 = marriage partnership promise vow balance diplomacy brokerage agreement union pairing yoke
Bhava-9belief, preacher-teacher, sacred space, world travel
Communicative position, excellent for business: L-7 in 3rd-from-swakshetra.
L-7 in 3rd from swakshetra = First life partner is highly oriented to communications, media-message, writing, announcements.
First life partner (7) may psychologically resemble one's own father (9).
Spouse builds one 's capacity for religious practice.
The spouse is an agent of good fortune in ways dictated by the character of the graha. Spouse functions as one's moral adviser and guru. The relationship is naturally somewhat sibling-like, with a competitive an affectionately adversarial under-layer.
The spouses are comfortable with each other as typically this angle attracts those with a similar mentality. However a mental basis is not quite enough to sustain a lifelong engagement, and one may outgrow such a first marriage especially if the mind is very active.
Spouse is morally supportive, and organized in matters of social networking through the sahanga of professional, religious or scholarly fellowship.
Spouse is often a fellow professional, respected practitioner in an allied field, or highly ranked in one's own spiritual or artistic lineage.
This position of L-7 in 3rd-from-swakshetra does not prevent divorce, but after divorce the couple may remain sibling-type friends, with many amicable connections in common.
L-7 = Chandra in bhava-10 = intuitive leaders, well-known, familiar to the public
L-7 = Budha in bhava-10
L-7 = Guru in bhava-10
L-7 = Shukra in bhava-10
L-7 = Shani in bhava-10
Bureaucratic Method of Crafting Agreements
L-7 in the stabilizing, foundational 4th-from-swakshetra.
The agency ofmarriage partnership promise vow balance diplomacy brokerage agreement union pairing yoke
enters the realm of institutional leadership, public visibility, reputation, executive duties, and iconic symbolic roles
a career in dealing-making and arranging partnerships
Auspicious. Particularly good results in administrative law, judgeship, policy and planning, human relations/human resources, diplomacy, and other agreement-seeking disciplines.
Spouse builds the career. Professional development is the most important result of marriage.
The spouse is a steady and grounding force of parental quality who strongly supports and stabilizes one's own career.
Spouse is a practical, hardworking overseer of the home, often a teacher and often the primary parent, yet quite capable of high ranking leadership in their own professional area. Great parental stability and care. Spouse has strong cultural roots very compatible with one 's basic cultural upbringing.
However this good auspice can become reversed if L-7 is a graha of poor quality (see Jodie Foster).
Das comments, "The lord of the 7 conjoins the lord of the 10."
"You will have a career in travel or something related to travel. "
L-7 = in Bhava-11
L-7 = Surya in bhava-11
L-7 = Chandra in bhava-11
L-7 = Mangala in bhava-11
L-7 = Budha in bhava-11
L-7 = Guru in bhava-11
L-7 = Shukra in bhava-11
L-7 = Shani in bhava-11
Networking Method of Crafting Agreements
Social-material gain (11) from bargains, terms of agreement, match-making, deal-making, marriage, alliance, negotiation, contracts, facilitation, from the partner, from diplomacy, balancing, equity, parity, weights and values.
Maximum results obtained via involvement of Budha.
Auspicious position+ L-7 in 5th-from-swakshetra.
Partner (7) is economically gainful (11) and politically positive (L-7 in 5th from swakshetra)
Spouse and allies are the agents who builds one's network of associations.
Generally a creative and gainful placement for marriage, adds to children and the poetic "romance" of marriage L-7 in 5th-from swakshetra.
Extension of economic network via socially approved contractual agreements = the most important result of marriage.
Partners = friendly, creative, and speculative, and gainful according to the character of the graha that is L-7.
Spouse functions like an elder sibling or cousin : friendly, gainful, materially goal-oriented, and socially linking.
In cultures where cousin-marriage is supported, the spouse may literally be a mentor-level of cousin = slightly elder or more experienced but favorably inclined to help one achieve one's goals.
While supporting one 's goal achievement; the spouse has independent charisma (5). Presuming L-7 is well-disposed, partner = successfully networked into a market of associations.
The life-partner may be highly social, creating a large network for the couple to enjoy. Spouse is often associated with large assemblies of profit-makers, and the marriage increases one 's own gainfulness according to the strength of L-7 by rashi, drishti, and lordship.
Spouse may be politically active, enjoy fund-raising for community development, or just really like going to parties. Spouse is speculative, likes taking risks, enjoys celebrity and fame. If the graha is intelligent and productive, this is a literary angle where both the spouse and one enjoy writing and reading in literary culture.
L-7 = Surya in bhava-12
L-7 = Chandra in bhava-12
L-7 = Mangala in bhava-12
radio-TV celebrity interviewer Larry King
L-7 = Guru in bhava-12
L-7 = Shukra in bhava-12
L-7 = Shani in bhava-12
Imaginative Method of Crafting Agreements
L-7 = Bhava-12 = private liaisons, back-room deals, imagination, residence in distant lands, monastery, sanctuary, research, retreat
Inauspicious and unrealistic position = L-7 in 6th-from-swakshetra.
Spouse (7) builds the sanctuary (12). Private seclusion is the most important result of marriage.
Marriage difficulties due to spouse's need for privacy
L-7 in adversarial 6th-from-7th = karaka for multiple marriages due to the 'adversarial paradigm' for marriage in general.
Where divorce is not permitted for political or cultural reasons, extramarital adventure may be expected.
Partner = emotionally or physically withdrawn, or spouse takes long residence in a distant setting. Partner may be invisible, in seclusion, or frequently hospitalized.
However, the spouse may also contribute positive support to one 's clairsentient, intuitive, meditational, and sanctuary-sustaining activities. If one is involved in clandestine or otherwise private, enclosed projects, or perhaps campaigns in foreign lands, the spouse serves as contributing agent to further those projects.
One of the sources of marital conflict is that the mate-partner often hails from a distant land. The mate feels 'invisible' in the marriage, and may feel that either enflaming (Mangala) or denying (Shani) the bedroom pleasures is a useful expression of discord within the union.
Often the (first) spouse is a background figure whose identity is not integral to one 's self-image, and whose behavior is not well understood by oneself. Subsequent spouses may be more flamboyant depending upon graha yuti Shukra and character of bhava-2.
Life-partner or business partner may hail from a foreign land, or have been raised in a culture whose values are foreign to one's home culture. Spouse-1 may be chronically ill, have a private alternative sexual life, or have other ways of closing off him/her self from the marriage, into a private enclosure either mental or physical or both.
First spouse may have certain vulgar characteristics, hide in illness, or have a passive-aggressive personality (or all of the above).
Within the imagination, one may construct an interpretive story regarding one's spouse-partner. This story fills in the missing details about the spouse's true motives and what the spouse is actually doing.
Yet this is a story drawing from one 's own subconscious childhood memories, and not necessarily an accurate account of the spouses actual behavior or intent.
One blessed with dramatic talent can put oneself into the theatrical role being deeply in love, and successfully act out that role in public life (see: Nancy Reagan, Angelina Jolie, John Edwards). This native will appear to be touching and gazing adoringly at their partner. It is possible to use this imaginative projection as substitute for authentic interpersonal understanding, and those with dramatic training who are living in the limelight of public life frequently do.
Typically there was unresolved conflict between the spouse's parents. This embedded memory repeats continuously in one 's subconscious mind. Thus one carries uninterrupted childhood expectation of adversarial attack from the partner into marriage(s).
Therapy and forgiveness practice can be beneficial = bring this subconscious negative expectation up to the surface of consciousness; behavioral changes can be applied after that to reduce the habitual reactiveness.
Formal marriage is less desirable for this native. If multiple marriages have failed, it is probably not a good idea to just keep getting remarried - at least until the underlying fears have been revealed. The bulk of the karma is paid off with the first marriage, but the pattern of expectation-of-conflict-and-attack will persist in shadow form throughout subsequent marriages, if it is not discussed and corrected in therapy.
Public image of the marriage may be rather glamorous, esp. if L-5 is strong; because when L-7 occupies bhava-12, the Arudha lagna of marriage becomes bhava-5, the house of celebrity and fame.
However the interior reality is that one carries a persistent subconscious expectation that the spouse is an enemy.
Marital conflict often addressed by the spouse's taking long journeys, sequestering in ashram or hospital, or seeking private alternative liaisons. Problems with the spouse eventually cause a loss of positive social identity for one, during the periods of L-7.
Shani and Public Dignity
Das says re: Sat-Kalatra yoga
" ... You are attracted to noble and virtuous
partners and your spouse will probably be one such person.
Nobility of character is a precious commodity not easily to be found in the majority of people.
Your spouse will probably be morally strict,
and in love with you. "
14th Dalai Lama Tenzing Gyatso and Howard C. Cutler, M.D.. (1998).
"Developing a flexible approach to living is not only instrumental in helping us cope with everyday problems--it also becomes the cornerstone for a key element of a happy life: balance.
"This gentle and skillful approach, taking care to avoid extremes, applies to healthy mental and emotional growth as well."
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