Aum som somaya namah
"Man is what he thinks all day long."
~~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
in Vikrama Bhava-3
* The Messenger *
familiar (Chandra) to the audience (3, reading-hearing)
Moon in the Third House
Chandra in Vrishabha * uchcha
Chandra in Karkata swakshetra
partner of French Pres.
Chandra in Kanya
mulatrikona of Budha USA Pres-43,
Bush + Guru
"Secret Doctrine" writer
+ neechcha Shukra dramatist
Chandra in Karkata swakshetra
partner of French Pres. Carla Bruni Sarkozy
Chandra in Kanya = mulatrikona of Budha
USA Pres-43, George W. Bush + Guru
esoteric writer Alice Bailey
"Secret Doctrine" writer H.P. Blavatsky + neechcha Shukra
Chandra in natural swabhava of talkative Budha
Very good placement for writer, esp of shorter discourses or in a primarily journalistic, factual reporting style.
Can be emotionally draining in regard to one's relationship toward the parents; however by way of compensation, one's emotional affinity for siblings is often increased.
excellent for ensemble work such as theatre and corporate teams
Strong emotional attachment to playmates, younger siblings and cousins, childhood neighbors.
When Chandra occupies Bhava-3, 7th-from-Chandra becomes Bhava-9.
Partner = father figure, often a priestly humanitarian who may preach upon moral philosophy and holy scripture or otherwise pontificate.
The union may involve religious undertakings. Partner may travel even more than Chandra-3.
Chandra in swabhava of Chandra's friend Budha.
The main trouble with Chandra in Sahaja bhava is that one ABSORBS the relentless mentalization of human communication into oneself. This can create some emotional pressure when listening, reflective silence or intuitive comprehension are required.
If other graha strengthen Chandra in bhava-3 , one may be a great talker with a great resistance to listening.
In particular, cannot tolerate to hear cautionary advice or unfavorable, contradictory viewpoint. Due to a deep emotional attachment to one particular explanation of the facts, Chandra-3 tends to "block out" alternative narratives which might present the story from a different point of view.
As the John Wayne movie character famously said, "That's my story, and I'm stickin' to it."
If other graha amplify Chandra, the habitual emotional resistance other stories may eventually deafen the hearing.
|Emotional needs||Needs to communicate, a
team player, a spokesperson for
team values and ideas. Not always a highly verbal person, but always mentally
A natural narrative writer, but depends on Budha whether the writing style is pragmatic (business memos, reports, technical manuals) or literary (poems, novels, screenplays).
Fluctuating mind is not ideal for detail-oriented
conventional business culture, but may have valuable insights that can be
developed by other more pragmatic team members
Repetitive thought patterns (3) habitually cycle through a narrative of domestic matters: home, family, mother, the homeland Soma's rashi and drishti to Chandra will determine the messaging style.
If Shani casts drishti to Bhava-3, look for a somber viewpoint and emotional depression.
Emotionally sensitive communications; can be psychic; but if Chandra is damaged may be a meddler.
|My Experiences in Astrology" p 41: Shri Raman quotes his eminent grandfather as saying||"The Moon in 3rd gives an inquisitive mind, many journeys, and a desire for new surroundings. This is an unfavorable position for peace of mind."|
|Hands (3)||Strong Chandra in bhava-3 = manu-facture of objects of parental nurturing through the craft of the hands|
|Siblings and ensemble||
the core emotional meaning of life is embedded in sibling-cousin groups, work-sports team, dramatic ensemble, and neighbor relationships.
Strong attachment to siblings, cousins, coworkers and the circle of family and friends. Lots of maternal, sheltering energy spread around their close friends, neighbors, and coworkers Normally a good friend and loyal family member.
Much affection for and attachment to the younger siblings and cousins. Gains emotional validation from ensemble work of all kinds.
Sentimental, protective love of siblings-cousins, esp. the immediate younger one. Strong emotional identification with family communications involving mother and siblings.
Mom = talkative, involved with her siblings, and mentally very active. Mother likes talking with her children, even more when the children reach adulthood. Chandra-3 learns fluent communication from a chatty, media-loving mom.
(Naturally the drishti of Shani, Kuja, Rahu-Ketu or a dushthamsha lord upon Soma will alter this favorable prognosis.)
Disagreement, disappointment, emotional servitude
The man may be especially distrustful of his mother-in-law. Chandra-3 may take up with a relative from the mother's family, a servant or paid worker.
The woman may find that females involved in the extramarital or secret affairs of her partner or herself (8) can generate conditions of intense animosity or fear. The husband may take up with a servant or employee. (6th from 3rd). Martha Stewart
Generally she is a good communicator who has nice affinity for her siblings, and a sister (or close sisterly friend) may provide conversational therapeutic support even in a highly conflicted (6) situation.
Marriages for Chandra in Bhava-3
spouse brings forth emotional content of native's bhava-9
Moon in bhava-3 marries a spouse very much like one's father. Barring trouble in dharma bhava, she marries wealthy and well
If karmic circumstances permit, this native may enjoy three quite supportive marriages
first marriage is emotionally triggered and sustained by deep memories of 7th-from-3rd = bhava-9:
second marriage is emotionally triggered and sustained by deep memories of 2nd-from-3rd = bhava-4:
third marriage is emotionally triggered and sustained by deep memories of 9th-from-3rd = bhava-11:
||"Chandra in Sahaja Bhava may cause death due to tuberculosis ..."|
file update: 18-May-2013
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