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Graha * Bhava * Rashi * Gochara


Shani Gochara Transit-Tables

descriptions: Gochara Shani in 12 bhava

Guru Main Page

  1. transit Guru via Mesha
  2. transit Guru via Vrishabha
  3. transit Guru via Mithunaya
  4. transit Guru via Karkata
  5. transit Guru via Simha
  6. transit Guru via Kanya
  7. transit Guru via Thula
  8. transit Guru via Vrizchika
  9. transit Guru via Dhanuzya
  10. transit Guru via Makara
  11. transit Guru via Kumbha
  12. transit Guru via Meena

Om Sham Shanaishcharaye Namah

30.5-year cycles of Shanicarya


Shani

samchara * gochara

Vrizchika

Saturan's transit

through

Scorpionis

02-Nov-2014 until 26-Jan-2017

duration in rashi = 2.3 years

frequency of occurrence = once every 30.5 years

institutionalized poisoning


Mangala rules Vrizchika rashi

natal Shani in Vrizchika

Shani Transits via Rashi * years 1900-2099

What is the typical duration of a Shani transit?

On his teaching circuit, samchara Professor Shan travels through each classroom at the rate of approximately one rashi per 2.3 solar year s

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Lama Zopa Rinpoche teaching in the gompa at Kopan Monastery, Nepal, 28-April-2015.

Photo by Ven. Sarah Thresher.

What are some of the typical characteristics of Shani's classroom environment?

Professor Shani is an agent of restriction, limitation, scarcity and delay.

However, Shani typically does not deny or prevent movement entirely. Shani impedes and delays, but Shani does not annihilate. Professor Shani rules Time thus in His classroom everything happens SLOOOOOWLY.

Professor Shani imposes upon the environment of His classroom qualities of coldness, dryness, pinch, stricture, intolerance, rigidity, structure, maturity, tightness, resistance, darkness, fear, conformity to social law, orderliness, elderliness, discipline, austerity, deprivation, respect, dignity, economies of scale, systems, plebian tastes, commonness and community networks.

Shani imposes hard work and delayed gratification. He rewards those who are dutiful, lawful, and conventional in lifestyle. He punishes innovation and movement. He hates heat, light, diversity, and change.

How does Shani behave in transit via Vrischika?

Professor Shani demonstrates the unmovable object whilst Professor Kuja represents the irresistible force.

Brittle, aged and cold, Shani the Stopper sees hot-blooded, muscular Mangala as a terrible enemy. . However Mangala the Mover does not feel intimidated by Shani.

Shani fears Mangala and Shani feels timorous in Vrischika, the rashi of sudden movements, explosions, eruptions, and mysterious unexpected changes of form . Shani intensely dislikes change. He particularly hates irregular, disrespectful or lawless change.

Sudden and forceful change which energizes the cycle of death and rebirth is the cheerful specialty of competitive, warlike, dynamic Professor Kuja.

Shani can tolerate the death portion of the cycle but it is the recycling rejuvenation rebirth portion that Shanaicarya absolutely hates.

When Professor Shani must journey via Vrizchika the rashi of impetuous, dynamic, competitive, energetic Professor Mangala, the hanaicarya is very much unhappy and on the defensive against the threat of being invaded by warrior Kuja.

Vrizchika is a vulnerable and even terrifying place for Professor Shani. Change, often violent change, is coming - and Shani has little defense against it. It is as if Shani representing a mountain of stone feels the volcanic pressure of Mangala's hot lava welling up beneath its surface, and Shani knows that before long the entire mountain will shake and fissure whilst burning hot molten lava from the earth's hot core will fuse and melt the ancient stone.

Whilst travelling through Vrizchika territory, Shani must pass through a phase of death-and-rebirth which involves installing a new identity into the old container. The rigid external form remains while a new life force emerges from within. Shani resists until the last inevitable moment, much like an overdue baby who waits until the last possible moment to emerge from the womb.

Associated with burning pains, burning stiffness, earth-changes, internal explosions both physical and emotional, repeated surgeries needed to correct a problem, repeated medical interventions, terror of unknown, delay in therapeutic healing, mysterious ailments caused by hidden fears, destruction of outdated relationships, social disintegration followed by emergence of radical new personal identity, disaster and recovery both internal and external.

Having invested great effort into waiting (Shani) and resisting (Shani) until the last moment, the emergence is often painful, exhausting, and full of fear. Yet, when Shani transits Vrizchika new life is injected into old systems. That which was outdated and blocking progress must be eradicated (Mangala) so that a new life force can inhabit the existing system (Shani). Physically, psychically, emotionally, and socially, the sudden upheaval of new identity may be experienced as shocking, traumatic, threatening, dangerous, or (apparently) disastrous.

However by the end of this 2.3-year transit the intensely resisted, painfully endured change-cycle will be completed and Shani's structures may continue, having been rejuvenated. Most powerful experience is felt during the Shani-oppositions and Shani-return * elarata age 14-16, 28-31, 42-44, 56-58, 70-72, 84-86, and 98-100.


Beneficial effects for exceptional nativities may occur even while resistance causes immediate suffering. Exceptions include nativities which feature parivartamsha-yoga between Shani-Vrizchika and Mangala-Makara or Mangala-Kumbha. However the "benefits " of an empowering exchange between these two papagraha * papagraha may be limited (Shani) to a survival-enhancing ability to withstand (Shani) aggression (Mangala) and persistent effort (Shani) in warlike environments, along with a grudging acceptance of the system-wide (Shani) requirement for constant and"regulated" regeneration and rebirth.

What environments is Professor Shani able to restrict, delay, or regulate during His visit?

In Chandra's foundational, rhythmic, sheltering, parenting, protective, defensive rashi of Karkata

  • Guru's capability to expand the divine wisdom teachings is emotionalized by the tender human sensitivities of the Karkata-rashi environment.

  • Behaviors of Karkata = protecting the vulnerable, nurturing for growth, care of the very old and the very young, laying of foundations to stabilize and continue the habits of the settled peoples will generally consume most of the teacher-preacher energy.

  • Brihaspati's guidance may direct the native to acquire expanded capacity for foundational schooling, for enriched transmission of the folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms of a settled people, for better educated maintenance of maritime and estuary environments, wider knowledge of water systems, ocean tides, transportation methods, agriculture, home-building, and defense of national boundaries or ethnic territory.

Brihaspati the Lord of Dharma presents the truth As It Is.

  • Guru-Karkata = comfortable, fertile, and expansively empowered in the role of parent, protector, provider, shelter-builder, fisher, farmer, feeder, schoolteacher, licensor, transporter, and guide for the development of habitations for human settlement.

  • When Guru transits the rashi of Karkata, the protective and nourishing qualities are expanded.

Expanded philosophical development

in the practice of making Sheltered, Nourished, Procreating Human Settlements

Guru Grahajaja expands the scope and amount of well-nourished, well-founded, well-protected, procreative growth by providing a temporary expansion of opportunity to craft foundational support for people who are already participating in various nurturing cultures.

  • However it is important to appreciate that Professor Guru does not interfere with the human sustenance systems

  • Brihaspati the Provider adjusts those systems slightly to expand the range of persons who gain access to nutrition, protection, transportation, and education

  • When in Karkata, the Teacher-Preacher pontificates broadly upon the topic of human cultural and environmental sustainability . Guru-Karkata develops awareness of the concepts of"basic need" including Food, Clothing, Shelter, Boundary-Defense, Transportation, and Schooling

The temporary effect of Guru's preaching upon higher, wiser perspectives can be that people rally to the higher calling and act more protectively and supportively in their places of settlement.

  • Guru's transit via the zodiacal sign of exaltation * uttama-razi is a time of expanding care and concern for all beings, particularly the human species, the cetacean species, and creatures of the sea.

  • Those whose ability to care and protect is expanded by Guru's transit via Karkata include not only humans, but those benevolent spirits who protect and guide us from higher vibrations.

Generous Guru provides

  • more nutrient, better shelter,

  • stronger foundational culture, more comprehensive schooling,

  • wiser choices in transportation and housing development within human settlements.

Brihaspati calls attention to

  • wise practice and awareness in matters of environmental sustainability and boundary defense.

Brihaspati in transit via Karkata may lightly enhance an overall confidence (Guru) in the potential benefits of approaching the question of how to provide basic human survival needs with an attitude of goodwill and compassion.

  • Guru gochara via Karkata creates a natural philosophical focus upon issues of growth, expansion, fertility, inclusiveness, and higher wisdom.

  • The scope of awareness of"the life environment" may expand tremendously for those with the capacity for cosmic thinking.

  • For those with prominent Karkata function in the nativity (chara lagna plus Vrizchika lagna and Meena lagna ) apprehension of Source and the energies of Procreation from Source may peak intensely during the uttama-gochara.

Professor Guru 's exhortation to take a higher view of the role of human settlement and sustainability behaviors within the greater context of divine guidance toward conscious realization is often well heeded during the era of the uttama-gochara.

International Charity expands

  • food, clothing, shelter
  • marine environments
  • cetacea
  • wisdom of giving
  • multiply and cast forth

Guru's transit through Karkata usually signals a significant improvement in global inclusiveness which expands the provision (Guru) of basic, foundational support and protection to a broader range of living creatures.

Guru-Karkata particularly favors parents and children of all species; those who protect the weak and vulnerable; those who provide nutrient and shelter; creatures of the sea, and marine environments especially the fertile estuaries which provide nourishment to so many.

The basis (Karkata) of human culture is Earth's continuous global sea. Human life began in Earth's oceans, where we developed spiritual consciousness for millions of years before emerging onto still-unstable land masses. Our companion species, the cetacea (dolphins and whales) beckon us to join them in wisdom.

Matters of foundational support for human life -- e.g. food, clothing, shelter, basic education, and often also medical aid -- tend to gain a higher priority in the worldwide charitable agenda , and more of the needy (Chandra) are able to gain life-sustaining provisions during this blessed transit.

GENERAL EFFECTS Guru is Providence. Transit of Guru Grahajaja via Karkata provides more opportunities to enrich the home life, including expansion of the shelter, extension of the property boundaries, and cultivation of additional farmlands.

Within one's own personal world of fleshbody-home-relationships-work, a larger volume of basic need-meeting nutrient is likely to flow into the supporting roots. Guru-Karkata nourishes the roots and enriches the rhythms.

Activities of parenting, caretaking, and protection of the vulnerable are blessed. Nutrient is abundant. Marine environments, estuaries, and watery grounds may broaden as the seas expand.

Brihaspati's guidance may direct the native to acquire expanded capacity for foundational schooling, for enriched transmission of the folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms of a settled people, for better educated maintenance of maritime and estuary environments, wider knowledge of water systems, ocean tides, transportation methods, agriculture, home-building, and defense of national boundaries.

Schools of all kinds may multiply while multi-cultural tolerance increases in the homeland. Transportation options diversify and extend. Priests of the folk religion may conduct rituals in one's home, particularly burials and building consecration.

The scope of each individual graha residing in the Karkara-bhava is expanded, and those bhava which are ruled by any graha-residing-in-Karkata are fertilized.

SPECIFIC EFFECTS VIA 12 BHAVA

Personal expansion,

effects on routine work-life rhythms,

of ferings to civilization

home-base benefits

Within one's own personal world of fleshbody-home-relationships-work, a larger volume of basic need-meeting nutrient is likely to flow into the supporting roots. Guru-Karkata nourishes the roots and enriches the rhythms. Humans are made of water; Guru-Karkata syncs the inner tides. Guru expands the scope of affairs of whichever bhava He contacts during the transit. Marine environments (inner and outer) are especially blessed.

  1. If Vrizchika = bhava-5 * measured from Karkata radical lagna or measured from Karkata-Chandra lagna = the physical body size may expand due to availability of larger amounts of rich nutrient and better protection against predators. One's attribute-cluster personality may temporarily embody the Guru-sponsored virtues of generosity, fertility, charity, wisdom, and jovial humor. For physicians, a period a broad insight into multidimensional health science. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-1 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

  2. If Vrizchika = bhava-6 * measured from Mithuna radical lagn a or measured from Mithuna-Chandra lagna = expanded availability of nutritious foods , wiser and more generous speech, richer production of songs and stories, expanded development of treasuries such as libraries, databases, and collections of worthy objects; fertility of the animal herds , greater knowledge of family lineage, history and languages, etc. All broadening and widening is experienced with a jovial appreciation of value. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-2 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

  3. If Vrizchika = bhava-7 * measured from Vrishabha radical lagna or measured from Vrishabha-Chandra lagna * increased frequency of communication events. More business transactions , explanations, descriptions, instructions, trainings, publications, and team meetings. Expands the scope of all communications media, including writing. Broadens the audience. Temporary increase in short-term travel events, conference attendance, seminars and short courses. Content of the messages may seem more generous, inclusive, and guiding in nature. Expansive, theoretical Guru is less comfortable in a natural bhava of specific, practical Budha. Beware that during Guru's transit via bhava-3-karkata, publications may announce doctrine, principle, or theory in a presumptuous, ponderous or parochial style , perhaps lacking sufficient explanation or example. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-3 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

  4. If Vrizchika = bhava-8 * measured from Meza radical lagna or measured from Mesha-Chandra * More opportunities to enrich the home life, including expansion of the shelter, extension of the property boundaries, and cultivation of additional farmlands. Activities of parenting, caretaking, and protection of the vulnerable are blessed and nutrient is abundant. Marine environments, estuaries, and watery grounds may broaden as the seas expand. Schools of all kinds may multiply while multi-cultural tolerance increases in The homeland . Transportation options diversify and extend. Priests of the folk religion may conduct rituals in one's home, particularly burials and building consecration. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-4 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

  5. If Vrischika= bhava-9 * measured from Meena radical lagna or measured from Meena-Chandra * More opportunities to develop the creative life. Enhances the awareness of theatrical and political charisma within Karkata's routine daily rhythms, mainly via the homely brilliance of the children, including students . Creativity increases in activities of providing nourishment, parenting, schoolteaching, transportation, and watery pursuits. Scholars of marine sciences display their native genius. Politicians expand their understanding of home culture roots. Due to Guru-Karkata's placid, cooling, kapha drishti upon tanu-bhava-1, the flesh-body can expand temporarily but lustrously during this one-year transit. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-5 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

  6. If Vrischika= bhava-10* measured from Kumbha radical lagna or measured from Kumbha-Chandra * the scope of kapha-lymphic imbalance may expand due to availability of more toxins and more options for self-medication. The number of accusatory litigations, disputes, broken promises or unsatisfied contracts may increase. Even so, one's philosophical attitude toward temporary conflict may be warmly humanistic and tolerant of the faults of others. Increases the quantity and diversity of unbalanced personalities in the daily narrative, particularly those reciting the liturgy of the victim. Expansive, broad-principle Guru Grahajaja is less comfortable in a natural bhava of argumentative, detail-fixated Budha. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-6 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

  7. If Vrizchika = bhava-11 * measured from Makara radical Lagna or measured from Makara-Chandra * More opportunities to develop the parental, protective, sheltering, foundational wisdom in context of relationships both business and personal. Expansive Guru is less comfortable in a natural bhava of exclusive-contract Zukra. However the partners take care of each other . Multiple partnerships, many advisors, mmuch consultation this year; yet existing partners might be less cooperative. Due to Guru-Karkata's placid, cooling, kapha drishti upon tanu-bhava-1, the flesh-body can expand temporarily but lustrously during this one-year transit. Priests of the ancient rites (Karkata) may conduct rituals of alliance, promise-making, avowal. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-7 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

  8. If Vrizchika = bhava-12 * measured from Dhanuzya radical lagna or measured from Dhanuzya-Chandra * More opportunities for development of occult wisdom. Expansion of understanding of the unseen forces; greater tolerance for the unexpected or even frightening. The matrilineal insights predominate and watery grounds are preferred for initiation ceremonies. Baptism by oil (8) and water; christening; rituals of immersion. Secrets of the ocean . Discovery of nutrient from sea-source, surprising potency. Generous conditions of watery rebirth. Occult bonds of understanding with cetacea. If other factors support it, generous inheritance from the estate of the parents. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-8 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

  9. If Vrizchika = bhava-1 * measured from Vrizchika radical lagna or measured from Vrischika-Chandra * More opportunities to engage in philosophical discourse with the sangha, more world travel, more theory in marine sciences, more understanding of homely truths in sacred teachings. Proliferation of professors , priests, proselytes, presbyters, preachers, popes, pater-nostra. Father-figures, while generous in spirit, may be parochial (Karkata) in viewpoint promoting orthodoxy not openness. Due to Guru-Karkata's placid, cooling, kapha drishti upon tanu-bhava-1, the flesh-body can expand temporarily but lustrously during this one-year transit. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-9 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

  10. If Vrizchika = bhava-2 * measured from Thula radical lagna or measured from Thula-Chandra * Professional leadership and social reputation may expand due to availability of venues for public display of Guru-guidance capabilities. More public visibility, many careers, much responsibility . Excellent transit for professors and proselytizers, so long as they are willing to accept leadership roles. Expands professional opportunities at the peak of the social pyramid. Even if one does not normally fill a guidance role, the Thula native will feel increased visibility as preacher-teacher during Guru-uttama-gochara. Priests of the ancient religion (Karkata) may conduct rituals in public institutions, particularly investiture of leaders and ranking ceremonies. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-10 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

  11. If Vrischika= bhava-3 * measured from Kanya radical lagna or measured from Kanya-Chandra * More opportunities to develop the network of friendships. Economic expansion, temporary increase in profit, gain from products of the sea, from parenting and caretaking, from shipping and transport especially oceanic, from nourishments and protections. Multiple sources of marketplace income. Many friends from the home culture. Expansion of patriotic assemblies, fayres, and large gatherings near the sea. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-11 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

  12. If Vrizchika = bhava-4 * measured from Simha radical lagna or measured from Simha-Chandra the number and frequency of spiritual guidance events may increase. More dreams, and night visions may contain more philosophical wisdom. Opportunities for travel to distant lands may develop. More sanctuary spaces welcome the meditator, more secluded private artistic studio time, more research opportunities in the laboratories, more invisible expansions of intuition and insight. More prayer, more sleep , more contemplation, more reflection, more ancestor guidance. The scope of each individual graha residing in bhava-12 is expanded, and the bhava ruled by graha-in-Karkata are fertilized.

Naturally, if the transit of Shani via Vrizchika occurs simultaneously with an important Vimshottari Dasha period of soberly serious Shani, such as a Shani bhukti * particularly Shani-Shani swabhukti * then expansion and proliferation of scope is multiplied.

Will Shani's attempts to impose a lawful and systematic environment be successful?

That depends on Vrizchika's role in the individual nativity (including the nativities of nations).

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