Om Grinih Suryaya Namah
in Bandhu Bhava- 4
Sun in the 4th house
splendid placement for the politics of root culture, homeland, schooling, shelter, habits, comfort, vehicles, transportation
Surya in Vrishabha
Surya in Mithuna
Center of a Settled Nation
Surya in swabhava of Ravi's mitragraha (good friend) Chandra radiates comfortable, habitual, customary, calm (Soma) personal charisma (Surya) into social roles including:
creative, center-stage specialties include:
The universe seems to revolve around oneself when the native occupies the dramatic center of :
Whether more specialized toward the sheltering and maintaining roles of parenting, schooling, or land ownership = depends upon rashi, drishti, and co-tenants of bhava-4.
Independent from the parents and roots, but ego-identified with those same roots. the native delivers to the public an iconic representation of the home or the homeland via a highly personalize style of effusive, radiant ego-energy. Generally a popular local icon.
Resists bonding in order to go one's own way. Usually leaves the mother's shelter early in life. Wants to impose one's own style upon the home and school environment. Not much interested in bondage to the land, but does enjoy the prestige of property ownership.
Guardian of the root culture. Frequently a caretaker or teacher in the schooling system.
May excel in marine sciences and business connected to the oceans.
One finds a central position in the drama of
Adequately well-liked but never fully accepted by conventional family-based people, nor does one care to be.
Good for focused schoolwork on any subject; Lacks emotional sensitivity, but can be charismatic in the classroom or study center if Ravi is well disposed.
One seeks praise and recognition for the qualities of one's property-ownership and patriotism.
Mother has a strong, self-directed, independent character which can (depending on the rashi) be a vigorous promoter of their offspring, or a social rationalist, or a wise and capable leader - or all of the above.
Mother is normally a public person with executive capability, the leader-manager in her home.
The mother wishes the child to follow in her professional footsteps. the native 's parenting style is independent and rational, with less regard for traditions and more enthusiasm for incisive critical thought. (Any influence of Shani will restrain freedom.)
If yuti Budha, mother is highly intelligent and an ambitious planner.
If yuti Shukra, both mother and child are attractive and talented.
Exception = Simha, where Shukra goes combust, leaving the native dramatically talented but not classically attractive.
Footsteps tend to lead into the performance arts, since Surya is the karaka for theatre and public performance. The mother is often involved in theatre/politics - whether her role is covert or overt. the native learns the arts of self-confidence and rational self-promotion from their mother.
A common position for professional actors/politicians whose mothers are great coaches and promoters.
Strong ego identification with the mother and her life. Typically favors the mother in character and appearance, with less attachment to the father.
Vigorous patriotism. Strong rational understanding of property, education, reputation and social ranking.
Ego attachment to the mother's family lineage.
Surya in kendra
Produces a brightly-lit aura rooted in home; confidence in the importance of local rhythms and habits; guardian roles such as schoolteacher, police, parent, and property-vehicle owner.
In bhava-4, some tendency to idealize the mother and her people as a method of calling attention to oneself. As well, Surya-4 tends to romanticize the convention of property ownership and seek praise for holding the purported entitlements regarding ownership and protection of the land.
If the Surya-4 native is herself a mother, expect an assertive style of home management. (Mitigated as usual when Surya is weakened in Shani's or Shukra's sign or via drishti from Shani.)
Bright, Self-Assured Guardian
Dramatically patriotic. In the culture wars, Surya in Simha or Surya in Mesha in bhava-4 may rise to protect the Old Ways (4) of doing things, including extreme defense-of-culture or fencing of property.
Policing of the polis to ensure recognition of the local customs and accepted behaviors. Political rights of the settlers and primacy of the Customary Way of Life.
In the Center of local life with ego-roots in the land. Often home-builders, schoolteachers, farmers, fisher-folk, police officers, or local political figures. Generally does not travel far from the homeland.
Seeks a centrally important, parental role in sheltered environments; may feel insulted when others especially "outsiders" express a competing opinion. Emotional Stress, caused by those who do not properly recognize the righteous centrality of the native, can find its way into the heart. Therefore cardiac health should be well-managed.
"You view life in a regal way, with a thread of detachment - making the changes of life, or living itself, something you "view" rather than identify with.
You require people to offer significant things in exchange for your friendship -- or in other words, you want significant people as your friends.
Therefore, ordinary people are not usually found to be very important to you in your own personal life.
You will earn money and power by your own efforts,
and those who oppose you will find it difficult to "win".
Your later career will tend to be better than your earlier attempts, and you will gradually attain a better situation and a strong personal character .
You will suffer deeply due to bad leaders, and may also experience weakness in the heart, or heart trouble.
file update: 04-May-2013
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