Om Graam Greem Graum Sah Gurve Namah
Brihaspati * Devapati * Saptarishi
Kalpasthana * Tanubhava
Ju-piter * Dyus-pitr
Enlil * Marduk * Zeus-Deus * Iuppiter * Jove * Her-wepes-tawy
the first house
growth and expansion of the flesh-body
Expansive Personality * generous, guiding layers of energy-grid surrounding and interpenetrating the physical kernel
|BPHS Chapter 12, shloka 4|| |
"A benefic in Lagna
while a malefic
Felicity of the body will be enjoyed,
Guru-Meza = ruler-of-12 + dharmesha-9
Guru-Vrizabha = randhresha-8 + L-11
Guru-Mithunaya = yuvatipathi-7 + karmesha-10 career
Guru-Simha = vidyapathi-5 + randhresha-8
Guru-Kanya = bandesha-4 + yuvatipathi-7 * kendra-adhipathi-dosha
Guru-Thula = bhratrupathi-3 + rogesha-6
Guru in Vrizchika = L-2 + L-5
Guru-Makara * nichha * ruler-of-12 + bhratrupathi-3
Guru-Kumbha = Vriddhipathi-11 + L-2 * wealth-maker, expands both income +savings
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Benevolent personality with a jovial humor and expansive, generous flesh-kernel bodyform. A female being may almost certainly produce or acquire children whom she greatly humanizes and inclusively supports (barring harsh drishti or Surya-5).
One may have several distinctive and well-developed identities, including multiple names or profiles which allow one to integrate easily into a variety of environments.
Generosity of spirit. Particularly helpful for certain lagna:
Splendid for singing, declamations, reciting poetry, and development of personality related to multiplicity of languages.
Except when Shani drishti is cast into Tanubhava-1, the presence of Guru-1 may provide exceptional physical expansion. Associated with diseases of water retention, excessive food intake that may overtax the digestive system, and natural .
Stoutness reduced by a Shani drishti into radical lagna:
Even one who was slender or athletic in youth may struggle to preserve their adolescent leanness (Budha) as maturity develops the expansive tendencies of Brihaspati.
Expansive fleshly tendencies may be adjusted if other graha occupy the lagna.
Guru-1 naturally prefers the easy way of doing things. Shani drishti to lagna may provide more discipline and Shani drishti to Chandra may provide more emotional reticence. However normally the Guru-1 placement is an"open door" into which stream opportunities and easy access to wisdom. It is an inherently religious placement. Even in times of great sorrow, Guru-1 grants easy access to the consolation of philosophy.
Brihaspati in radical lagna generally maintains positive expectations of life, and does well in the life via developing good intentions and good cheer. Exceptionally generous. (However Guru is constrained in a rashi of Shani or when accepting drishti from Shani) Appreciated by others, including the gods. Happy, jovial, attractive, affluent. Without other work-ethic drishti, may become an easy-going Couch Potato.
In lagna = 11th-from-3rd, Guru indicates gain from siblings, from communications, from expansive and inclusive mentality. (The physical body is the result of mental processes on the causal plane.)
As the karaka for language, Guru in Tanu Bhava indicates a natural facility with human languages, both spoken and literary. Even lacking support from formal education (i.e. troubles in bandhusthana) Guru-1 often indicates that child who demonstrates easy fluency in a variety of tongues.
With drishti from Budha or Shani, such a gifted natural linguist may also be inclined toward study. When disciplined study is combined with the natural ease, Guru-1 can yield truly stupendous accomplishments in language, literature, linguistics and general humanistic understanding of civilization and culture.
Guru-1 is inclusive, expansive, and so philosophical that the native may be nearly incapable of discriminating against those from less fortunate backgrounds. Barring drishti from papagraha, charitable and generous by nature.
Regardless of the socially recognized accomplishments, one holds a sincerely philosophical view of human culture and civilizations, in which language plays the essential role of communicating truth (whilst never itself being the truth).
Even under very difficult circumstances, the Guru-1 native is well liked. Many infractions can be tolerated by the superiors.
Due to charitable (Guru) acts in parallel lives , special capabilities flow into the social-physical attribute-package (body) from the two bhava ruled by Guru.
If Brihaspati is afflicted by conjunction with either Rahu or Ketu, the fruitful fertility of Guru may be altered.
Female's partner karaka = Guru
Often, the female meets her life partner in an athletic competition or body-musculature intensive setting, such as hunting, or fashion modeling, or other body display.
The partner's identification with physical genetic lineage is important to her, and the partner's ability to continue a particular genetic line, which generates a specific type of lineage appearance , may form the basis of the union.
Regardless of external conditions in the union, the female will retain respect for the partner's ancestry and belief in the importance of continuing the lineage.
comments re: Guru-1
"tendency towards obesity
and a stout body is a breeding place for congestion and breathing related complaints . ...
Optimistic, jovial, generous, prudent, sincere, courteous and amiable.
You are known by your qualities; well-dressed; prosperous; charming personality ;
but less manly;
... diseases as blood impurity, plethora, gout, liver complaints, excessive vitality, varies according to the rashi.
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