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OM shum shukraya namah

OM dram drim draum sah shukraya namah

Yuvati Bhava-7


to the 12 sthāna


See how the angles work out with high positive effects for the all-important third kendra, Yuvati bhava

  • trine bhava-1,bhava-5, and bhava-9 signify easily distributed weight

  • Kendra bhava-1, bhava-4, bhava-7, and bhava-10; Generally, indicate stability due to weight distributed on four supports or four pillars

Regardless of planetary aspects, bhava-7 = Marriage/ Contracts/ Relationships/ Agreements = many expansive, auspicious attributes due to its relatively favorable angle to the other 11 bhava:


body, birth, beginning

  • birth of partnership, shared interests

  • beginning of harmonious agreement, Trust

  • beginning of balance, exchange

  • beginning of equality, justice

  • body parts = internal genitals, groin, prostrate gland, uterus, vertebrae, navel

  • body parts = (Traditionally rules the teeth)


wealth and voice

  • Treasury from servants and animals

  • wealth from the mother's relatives (6)

  • wealth from medicine, food-diet, drugs legal and illegal

  • wealth from policing, military

  • wealth from dealing with conflicts, law-breaking = attorneys, law-courts

  • wealth from disputes, treachery, broken promises, divorce = attorneys, law-courts

  • voice expressing concern for the exploited = attorneys, law-courts

  • speaking and 'speaking out' in regard to injustice (6) and immorality (6)


conversation, cliques, and courage

3rd = 2nd-from-2nd= self-made financial wealth

If dhana-karaka Shukra occupies bhava-7, wealth results are stronger.

  • 7th = self-made financial wealth (3) of the children (5)

  • 7th = self-made financial wealth via writing (3) about theatre, politics, glamour, celebrity, prestige (5)

  • 7th = self-made financial wealth via announcements, reports (3) about fashion, royalty, brilliance, games, amusements (5)

  • 7th = self-made treasury via messaging (3) about the stock-market and other gambling-gaming such as casino (5)

  • 7th = self-made financial wealth via publication (3) on all things love-and-romance (5)

  • 7th = self-made financial wealth via hand-craft (3) for about and with children (5)

Second Child

3rd-from-putrabhava , punya sthāna -- generally counted from Chandra lagna -- represents the second child. Bhukti of yuvati-pati-7 from lagna or L7-from-Moon, or 7th-from-Guru, can bring a second child into your life if other circumstances are aligned.

  • communication of divine creativity and genius

  • communication of speculative intelligence and individual brilliance

  • courage to create children and receive applause

  • hands-on games and entertainments

  • hands-on self-expression

  • self-made financial wealth (3) of one's children (5)

  • communicative skills of one's children

  • business administration and commercial interests (3) of one's children


parenting and protecting

Completion (4) of the Schooling (4)

  • Bandhu bhava = Moksha.
  • 4 = bondage to one's land, ethnic cultural roots, schooling, teachers and parents, retirement, and"the end of things ".
  • Vimshottari dasha periods of bandesha-4 typically indicate graduation from school, obtainment of a house or vehicle, burials, and other types of completion including dematerialization.
  • Periods education-karaka-Budha and periods of yuvati-pati-7 also give diploma and license, house and car, and

Mother's fixed property, maternal grandmother

Parents of the Parents

  • grandparents, particularly the mother's parents who are often important culture teachers and provider of deep acceptance and emotional security (if conditions in 7 are good of course!) = 4th-from-4th
  • The first spouse (7) should have matching traits to the maternal grandparents.

4th-from any house shows the property owned by matters of that house, as well as mother-of matters in that house. As 4th-from-4th , yuvati bhava indicates landed or otherwise immovable property belonging to the mother, as well as mother's mother, or the maternal grandmother. See also 4th-from-Moon o confirm.

By extension, 4th-from-4th-from-4th or karma-bhava shows the maternal grandmother's landed estate. See also 10th-from-Moon to confirm.

parenting the parents =

  • in early life, = parent-of-the-parent, especially the maternal grandmother = the grandparents who care for one's own parents (However, also see maternal grandmother specifically via the defensive, culturally-rooted, seasonal-calendar, routinized, patriotic, ethno-nationalistic, comfort-seeking, home-loving, foundational, property-owning [4th-from-Chandra] and maternal grandfather specifically via 9th-from-Chandra; paternal grandmother = 4th-from-Surya and paternal grandfather = 9th-from-Surya)

  • in later life = parenting one's own parents, care for the elderly

nurturing the nurturer = caring for the caretakers: caring for home and family

  • protecting the home, the land, the folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms of one's people = if bhava-7 is well disposed, one will marry a mate of similar cultural roots

  • protecting the schooling = if bhava-7 is well disposed, one will marry a mate of similar education

Second home, additional housing

As 4th-from-4th, yuvati can signal acquisition of additional residences or vehicles.

  • Check also 4th-from-Moon, and transits to bandhu bhava and yuvati bhava.

  • 12th-from-matribhava, bhava-3, indicates dissolution of the home base or leaving home, usually requiring a short journey (3) to a new location (3)


bhagya for siblings

creativity and gambling

  • creates from conversation

  • creates from sexual interaction (3)

  • creates from thoughts and ideas (3)

  • creates fortune for the siblings = marriage of one's siblings increases the size of one's kinship group

  • gambling with self-earned wealth (3)

  • praise and awards from literary and artistic hand-craft such as writings and paintings(3)


disagreement, dispute, distrust, and disease

bhava-7 is classically the house of War

  • disagrees arguments about the treasury of money and values

  • argues about the treasury of history and knowledge

  • conflict over stored wealth

  • arguments about language and cultural values

  • disagrees about food, diet, speech, song, mouth, teeth, face, hair

  • animosity regarding the family history

  • debt from buying food

  • disease from food

  • disease based in the family history


doubles, matches, pairs,peers, and yokes

Legal Partnerships, Contracts, deals, Brokerage

First and most important signification of kalatra bhava is contractual unions of all kinds, especially the first marriage but also business partnerships -- which except for the sexual element, function identically to marriage.

All equal-to-equal, peer partnerships should be considered from the 7th house and its attributes. Professional consulting relationships, business partners, performing arts partners, and most partners in a therapeutic or advising relationship are seen through yuvati bhava.

  • Deals and deal-making, brokerage, trading, all forms of equal exchange on the balance scale, are in yuvati.

  • Negative effects on the seventh house can result in legal bondage originating in uncomfortable binding contracts. (Such as lease, child custody, etc.)

Legal and medical advising, at least in situations where the client or patient takes adult responsibility for making their own choices using information provided by the advisor rather than having the advisor dictate their decisions.

Exceptions are non-peer therapeutic or advising relationships which are more accurately understood as replacements for parenting, or are primarily vehicles for teaching. Often this occurs with medical advising in particular.

If bandhu bhava is dramatically stronger than yuvati or if L7 occupies bandhu, or Moon in yuvati, etc. Then yuvati's egalitarian qualities diminish, and partnerships become more settings for mothering. Similar effects for dharma can bring partnerships more into a fathering or guru space. A super-powerful Dharmesha-9 in yuvati might see the native marrying their guru.

Law Courts and Legal Agreements

  • bhava-7, the house of contracts and negotiations, includes The law courts and litigation which results in an agreement. (Problematic, chronically unresolved, or spurious, or mal-intended litigation is represented by Ripu Bhava, the house of conflict, bhava-6). Attorneys and advocates must have a prominent 7th-house and radix-yuvati-pati-7 to be successful in legal practice.

  • The ideal charts for success in legal reasoning feature Budha/7, in any nearly any rashi. Ideal rashi = Mithuna = communicative capability and writing skills, Kanya (for categorical thought and detailed argumentation), Dhanau = optimism and philosophy of law. Tula = balanced agreements and diplomacy, and Makara (for sober realism in the legal system).

  • Positive dasha and transit planets indicate success in court.

Contract-making bhava-7 Vs. Philosophy-Making bhava-9

  • In contrast to the practical legal skills necessary to prosper in bhava-7, professorial skills in teaching the philosophy of law, philosophical understanding of the moral imperative underlying judgeship, conceptual (not pragmatic) levels of legal education, and other contemplative, social-philosophical aspects of understanding the law appear in dharma bhava , the 9th house of moral and political philosophy.

  • One with strength in bhava-9 understands the movement of social policy into social law, and one is also (ideally) empowered to effect justice through the priesthood of moral leadership.

Day-to-day workings of the court = punya bhava.

  • Attorney [advocate] profession, legal and paralegal, legal secretary, making of contracts and agreements, partnership, mediation, arbitration, litigation , fair resolution of disputes, adversarial undertakings, are all part of the seventh house.

  • In keeping with the adversarial potential of relationship management, punya bhava also rules Equal Adversaries in War.

  • doubles, doubling , diplomacy, diploma ('diploma' = paper folded in half, from the Greek 'diplo' = double)

  • doubles the Self, into a partnership

  • doubles the vitality

  • doubles the power to give birth

  • doubles the competitive power

  • doubles the presence of divine life-force

  • doubles one's most intimate engagement with one's own physical body,

  • yokes one to the person who is the most intimate mirror of one's own appearance

  • yokes the two partners together

Yuvati bhava = 8th-from- 12th

8th-from = an angle of Mangala = hidden, occult forces at work

In mid-process, the transformative power of 8 may be so dramatic that the situation appears to have been destroyed.

However, results of the 8th angle always produce rebirth . A phoenix will rise from the ashes.

  • destroys privacy (12) and rebuilds union

  • destroys imagination (12) and rebuilds reality

  • destroys delusion (12) and rebuilds truth

  • destroys convalescence (12) and rebuilds recovery

  • destroys wasting (12) and rebuilds vitality

  • destroys bridge to ancestors (12) and rebuilds bridges to human partners

  • destroys distant residence (12) and rebuilds domestic residence (4th from 4th)



  • wisdom from friends and associates

  • wisdom from the father's relatives (11) especially the father's younger brother, one's paternal uncle

  • wisdom from the elder sibling and mentors

  • wisdom from the marketplace and all economies

  • wisdom from social participation movements

  • wisdom from science and scientific theories

  • wisdom from massive, rule-driven systems


respect, recognition


As 10th-from-10th , yuvati bhava is one of the three primary angles which define the career and"favor from government" .

To profile the native 's career, consider :

  1. condition of karma-bhava itself,

  2. role of karmesha-10 in D-10 and D-9,

  3. Any graha in 10th-from-Moon .

  4. The n, confirm conditions in 10th-from-10th, yuvati bhava .

This process should yield a fairly complete picture of career.

Directors of the Directors

  • Leaders (10) rarely act without consulting their advisors (7) Therefore, those who give direction to the directors (10 from 10th) = advisors (7)

  • Timing and signification of career events = periods of karmesha-10 + yuvati-pati-7 , and the karakas: Surya, Shani, Guru, and Budha (as well as Karakamsha)

  • respect from society and social authorities

  • respect from governors and government agencies

  • respect from law-givers and order-imposers

  • respect from the social elite and executive decision-makers



Gainful results

  • gains from one's father

  • gains from the guru

  • gains from priests and religious ceremonies

  • gains from shrines and temples

  • gains from wisdom teaching

  • gains from philosophical education

  • gains from religious teachers and study of sacred scripture

  • gains from the professor, the preacher, the preceptor

  • gains from world travel (one road is worth a thousand schools)


retreat, erosion

Losses from

Erosion of longevity

Yuvati bhava-7 contains the mandate for deterioration or dissolution (12) of longevity (8).

It is well known that nothing gives a person wrinkles faster than marriage. Naturally, the process of sharing one's vital energies with the spouse can lead to erosion -- even hemorrhage -- of one's own vital energy reserves.

papagraha in yuvati bhava not only generate a psychic drain from relationship with the spouse; naturally, these papagraha also exhaust the native .

Owing to their status as 12th-from-8th, the seventh house and its lord = marana-karaka = "death causing" .

Timing of dematerialization is seen from period of rashi L7 or dhana-pati-2 .

Dhana-pati-2 is generally more potent in death charts overall, but L7 figures more prominently in surprise deaths.

  • retreat (12) from secret activities, toward disclosure

  • losses (12) from taxes (8) often caused by late payments.

  • erosion (12) of longevity [maraka-7]

  • loss of the power to regenerate [maraka-7]

  • depletion(12) following surgery, disasters, eruption, or emergency (8)

  • retreat (12) from spouse's secrecy, toward honest trust in marriage

  • retreat (12) from emergencies into a balanced state of peacefulness, harmony (7)

  • retreat (12) from sudden or catastrophic changes (8) to a more balanced situation (7)

  • losses (12) of expected inheritance or losses of hidden treasuries (8)

  • retreat (12) from in-laws, caused by a focus on the marriage partner as an individual

  • losses (12) of Secrecy (8) = increased honesty and fuller disclosure.

  • temporary depletion of vitality (12) following magical, intensely healing, taboo or illicit activities

  • dissolution(12) of one's own 8th-house tantrik-magical powers (e.g., charisma, sexual magnetism) caused by someone who knows you too well to be deceived (spouse-partner)


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