Aum som somaya namah
"Man is what he thinks all day long."
~~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
in Vyaya Bhava-12
familiar (Chandra) to the spirit guides (12)
Moon in the Twelfth House
Chandra in Vrishabha * uchcha
Chandra in Karkata
Elizabeth I (b. 1533) India-PM
uchcha Guru Sainte de Notre-Dame de Lourdes
Chandra in Karkata swakshetra
Queen of England Elizabeth I (b. 1533)
India-PM 1947-1964 Jawaharlal Nehru
dramatist Katie Holmes + uchcha Guru
Sainte de Notre-Dame de Lourdes Bernadette Soubirous
Chandra in Vrischika neechchamsha = trauma
Chandra in a natural terrain of Guru
Emotionally attached to the partner's servants-employees (6th from 7th)
Deprivation of early nurturing to the point of emotional starvation. Distancing and dissolving of the parents, especially mother. Subconscious communication remains strong. Circumstances are such that the mother may lose her material identity, although she will remain a strong influence from the realm of the ancestors.
According to the influences upon impressionable Chandra, mother may be physically present but emotionally withdrawn, or if Chandra is affected by other graha, she might disappear physically as well.
Chandra the receptive emotionalist is not entirely free to express one's needy feelings in a swabhava of religious-teacher Guru, but Chandra does bring a powerful intuitive capacity into the imaginative life.
Spirit guides are active in this life and much imaginative intelligence is engaged. However the instructions of the ancestral Guide's tend to direct one along a portion of the astral-to-material path (12) which develops parental, protective, nurturing, sheltering behaviors (Chandra) rather than the channel which develops intuitive wisdom via prophetic dreams or reflective prayer (Guru).
the native may find deep peace in gardening, psycho-interactive relationships with plant spirits, and taking protective measures to provide sanctuary for spirit beings.
A physically defended, walled, protected place of retreat is essential for preventing undue drain upon the emotional life-force. Tendency toward emotional exhaustion (12) and illness therefore according to the rashi of the Moon.
Emotionally most comfortable in environments:
naturally suited to the the habitual rhythms of
Emotional need for and attachment to:
a private personality
When Chandra occupies Bhava-12, 7th-from-Chandra becomes Bhava-6. The spouse is imbalanced, ed, chronically ill, in pain or in conflict, feeling exploited (or believes oneself exploited), in servitude, and associating with underclass.
the dream-world's vivid but often confused imagery into oneself. This can create emotional pressure when it is time to make firm commitments in human relationships.
Native may "live in one's head" or be "emotionally unavailable" in marriage and business partnership.
Even if one is a busy public figure, one's imagination space is developed through fantasy, meditation, prayer, dreams, reading stories, watching films, etc. Feelings are enclosed and internalized into the world of imagination.Emotional need for protected, enclosed intimate relationships; sanctuary; and retreat.
Needs access to a fantasy land where the environment is passively validating. This access may be created through meditation skills or through escape into drugs and alcohol, or "private" bed-pleasure relationships -- depending on L-12 and drishti.hti.
May be a very gifted and helpful clairsentient if one can find a safe sanctuary practice space.
Emotional trauma and enclosure of desire, rage or fear: malefics in 12 with Chandra:
Malefics sharing Chandra's rashi may tend to over-stimulate negative expressions of Chandra's imagination. If Kuja, Rahu, or Shani disturb Chandra's naturally peaceful inwardness, the need for privacy and fear of invasion of privacy can become obsessive or deranged.
Bhava-12 is a house of Moksha, past lives, and Death.
The public will not generally be aware of the fantasies which are enclosed behind the curtains of Bhava-12. the native oneself is likely to remain in denial Of socially unacceptable imagery within the emotional imagination. the native may lead a pleasant and respectable public life.
Families with lineage sexual/emotional abuse patterns, which reproduce multiple generations of perpetrators, will show a strong pattern of Moon (emotions, trust, bonding) along with cruel or exploitive graha (Kuja, Shani, Rahu) in Bhava-12.
Very Bad, then Very Good.
The worst case for sexual-emotional manipulative exploitation is usually malefics + Chandra in Vrischika(neechcha) (or Ardra or Azlesa) in Bhava-12.
However, in maturity, malefics + Chandra in Vrischika(neechcha)/12 can make a superior healer of death-transitioning(loss of material body-appearance, loss of social-personality identity).
These natives may provide extraordinary assistance to a dying person And their families at the agonizing time of death.
Chandra = emotionally hyper-perceptive in the 12th bhava of the non-physical world.
Great sensitivity to the imagination, patterns of light-color-sound.
Needs quiet, distant sanctuary spaces.
Emotions expressed in a 'dissolved' style, primarily via the imagistic channel of fantasies, wishes, and dreams. Favors meditation and maternal touch healing.
the native absorbs emotions from others sponge-like with low interpersonal boundaries; "wears one's heart on one's sleeve". Wonderful for working with those who live mainly in the astral consciousness: children, the elderly, any gentle folk in a protected enclosed space. Wonderful for hands-on healers, massage therapists, any nurturing profession such as hospital nursing or infant care.
the native is idealistic in regard to their personal relationships, and may substitute a fantasy ideal of the beloved for a realistic view during a protracted period of time. One is frequently shocked and aghast at the impurity of real life, particularly the vulgar truth regarding one's partners. Will be happiest in enclosures such as hospitals, monasteries, camps, ashrams, and retreat centers; ideal for medical work in foreign lands.
Meditative daydreams and fantasiesof shelter, protection, nurturing, mother, breasts, owning property, defending one's land and country, indoctrinating children in one's cultural roots, long ocean journeys with home on a sea-going vessel, and culling one's nourishment from the sea.
the native was indeed a person of profound intuition and protective capabilities in a past life, with a strong connection to ocean life. By default, graha in Bhava-12 are 'dissolved' into astral imagery. Whether this distinction will manifest again in the current life depends on the supporting graha.
Favors scientific research into cultural roots identity and into the psychology of nurturing.
|Privacy||Chandra in bhava-12 keeps a strong shield of privacy around the emotional life and intimate emotional relationships. Even a very famous person with Soma in Vyaya bhava will be able to protect their most personal relationships from the peering eyes of the public. Damages the relationship to mother: either loss of the mother by death or social-emotional dissolution of the relationship to the mother.|
Disagreement, disappointment, emotional servitude = 6th-from-Chandra
When Chandra occupies Bhava-12, the most difficult house emotionally becomes 6th-from-12th, or putra bhava.
Children and divine intelligence = Bhava-5 = 6th-from-Chandra; naturally trouble through theatrical performance, politics, and brilliance can arise.
The man will experience his mother as distant and inaccessible. Emotionally accustomed to isolation, he replicates the distancing behaviors in his own marriage. Either spiritual practice or intellectual research or drug/alcohol stupor may facilitate this goal of achieving retreat from the female. This man has accommodated mother's detachment since infancy, and he will continue the practice.
Chandra-12 female = either connect intuitively, non-verbally to her mother or not connect at all. Limited access to the mother's lineage identity.
Mother is a very private, withdrawn person concerned with private rhythms and habits, and the daughter being emotionally identified with the mother, follows this behavioral model.
for Chandra in Bhava-12
spouse brings forth emotional content of native's bhava-6
native with Soma in vyaya bhava has a stronger prognosis for physical health in marriage-2 (barring other trouble with bhava-1)
the 3rd marriage partner may be secretive, but a remarkable healer too.
first marriage is emotionally triggered and sustained by deep memories of 7th-from-12th = bhava-6:
second marriage is emotionally triggered and sustained by deep memories of 2nd-from-12th = bhava-1:
third marriage is emotionally triggered and sustained by deep memories of 9th-from-12th = bhava-8:
"... encourages some worldly engagements, which lead to worldly reactions.
Pleasures of sex, the arts, dabbling in various subjects without a sincere desire to find truth, and so on, lead to the kinds of unwanted displeasure that come to us all to different degrees. You have the Moon (mind-significator) in the 12th house (liberation from worldly entanglement).
Moon in the 12th causes damage to the left eye .
You suffer anxiety from "enemies" or "opposition".
The eyes suffer.
You are a philanthropist.
You are not attached to the opposite sex in general or at some point it becomes important that you give up that attachment.
You undo yourself at times -- subvert your own life with your own thinking, which may or may not be a bad thing.
You may have problems with addictions of some type, not necessarily bad ones, but some type.
You have a hard time maintaining your morals, and with health.
The relatives of your parents are annoying to you.
The appetite is weakened by this Moon. Deprived of good food, incur wasteful expenditure, will be of angry nature, unhappy, will not be liked by others ."
file update: 14-May-2013
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