BPHS Shani Mahadasha
Om Sham Shanaishcharaye Namah
in Kumbha Rashi
moolatrikona = 0-20 degrees
Saturn in Aquarius
effort to build networks, fear of demanding friends
Shani-1 = resistance to impulse + obligation to make regular, stepwise movements
Shani-2 = resistance to acquisition + obligation to lawfully conserve old values
Shani-3 = resistance to cohort + obligation to respectfully discuss
Shani-4 = resistance to parents + obligation to protect the home culture
Shani-5 = resistance to celebrity + obligation to regulate creativity and children
Shani-6 = absence of accusation and disease + obligation to argue-defend-explain
Shani-8 = resistance to hidden forces + obligation to lawfully keep secrets
Shani-9 = resistance to change in doctrine + obliged to take preacher-teacher role. Rigid father.
Shani-10 = resistance to leadership roles + karma of highly visible public roles
Shani-11 = resistance to friendly association + obligation to regulate economic earnings
Shani-12 = resistance to retreat + obligation to take lawful sanctuary while hosting the wisdom of the ancestors
Disciplined, principled effort to achieve Economy and Connectivity.
Shani does some of His best work in His mulatrikona rashi of Kumbha.
Reformist conceptual thinkers with broad social viewpoint. One works well in scientific and economic environments.
Social activist. Can be a revolutionary change agent because they have a certain "x-ray vision" that sees the "nervous system" structure of human organizational psychology.
Conceptual vision points to openings where a social policy change is ready to be made. Very capable networker.
in swakshetra, Shani keeps one's economic good sense intact; one is well-connected to sober and responsible folk who conduct themselves in a lawful manner within the marketplace of goods and ideas.
Earnings regulated by law; gainful in a slow and steady fashion. Functions well as a bureaucrat; patient tolerance for the plebian policies large organizations such as corporations and government settings.
Can be effective social change activists within almost any ideological framework, from very conservative to very liberal and everything in between. Having chosen one's values early in life, these native tend to be ideologues, rigidly loyal to principle, at the expense of adaptation and flexibility.
Stress zone: the skin.
Shanaicarya particularly favors the promulgation of conceptual systems into social systems; therefore when placed within one of the educator bhava (3,4,5,9) or when accompanied by effective announcer-graha (Budha+ L-3) Shani can be a tremendously effective philosophical-scientific educator.
Shani in swakshetra Kumbha favors a structured, networked, rule-defined view of the universe.
Shanaicharya's orientation in Kumbha is conceptual-system rather than social-system (Makara) but elaborate social philosophical systems are well within Shani-Kumbha's purview.
Shani is even stronger in Kumbha than in Makara. At the human-body level, Kumbha's portion of the mula-dhara chakra marks the transition point: where the subtle pranic energy is on its way up the lunar side of the Kundalini channel. After having reached the bottom terminus of the lunar side, in Makara rashi.
Occasionally Shani-Kumbha can do a radical "swing" from right to left, changing the values but retaining the rigidity! Sharply focused and typically successful in implementing rational schemes of all kinds at both the personal and public levels.
Excellent placement for success in public health medicine, health management organizations (HMO), large government medical systems. Benefits from import-export business (esp. items of basic necessity) and work in foreign lands, service work in temples as architect, engineer, plant manager, groundskeeper, custodian.
Shani = Dhanishtha, pada-3 =
"Woman and wine is the language of life,
Sociable, accumulative and affable."
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|~~ Ram Dass||
The resistance to the unpleasant situation is the root of the suffering.
|14th Dalai Lama Tenzing Gyatso (1997). A Policy of Kindness: An Anthology of Writings By and About the Dalai Lama. Compiled and edited by Sidney Piburn, foreword by Sen. Claiborne Pell.||
"Progress comes by maintaining constant effort in daily practice."