OM gram grim graum sah gurave namah
OM jhram jhreem jroum sah gurave namah
Thauli - Thula - Thulam
Zugos - Juka - Yugya
Vanika - Vaṇija - Baṇija
Ju-piter - Iuppiter - Jove
Dio-petous - Dies Pater - De-us
Ze-us - Xenios
expansion of alliances
priests of the Venusian Rite
Interior of Grand Choral Synagogue
in St. Petersburg, Russia
Public Figure Examples
[multiple balancing personality attributes] [embodiment of egalitarian philosophical beliefs] [identified with middle-way credenda] [iconic personification of harmonious worldview]
[personality exemplifies justice-based ideology] [paragon of equitable cheerfulness] [preacher-and-teacher may symbolize the wisdom of diplomacy]
[expansive communication skills with a personalized understanding of conflict] [often a benefactor to the disenfranchised]
[team-player with chronic illness-injury] [In a feminine nativity, may be identified with the beliefs of a mercantile-adversarial husband]
[multiple wide-scale commercial diplomacies] [numerous cooperative siblings-cousins-teammates] [philosophy of communicative harmonious relationships]
[pleasantly balanced discussions about political secrets] [global scope view of design manufacturing] [many gracious announcements] [frequent meetings for making business arrangements]
multiple settlements, multi-roots
multiple communicative intelligences * much detailed drama
expansion of negotiating, trading, balancing creativity
multiple service ministries, expansion of imbalance-seeking-a-remedy
may earn richly from exploiting others or by being exploited
[multiple marriages with bargaining spouses] [expansive inclusive multiplicity of personal and professional partnerships] [numerous optimistic negotiating alliances]
[multiple negotiated diplomatic secrets] [many diverse public identity-changes] [wide scope of hidden brokered arrangements]
[Guru in bhava-9] [svabhava]
[Dhanayoga Guru rules 2 + 11]
[karako bhavo nashto for father, patrons, chieftains, indoctrinators]
[multiple negotiating father-figures] [many beliefs about equity and justice]
[many highly visible balancing roles] [public positions for trading-bargaining] [tolerantly gracious philosophical leadership] [multiple equity-seeking social responsibilities]
multiple negotiating achievements * abundant contractual revenue * many alliances with fans-friends
[Guru in bhava-12] [svabhava]
multiple balanced sanctuaries * many intuitions about bargaining * much invisible diplomacy
Belief in Human Development via Fairly Negotiated A greements
Vimshottari dasha Calendar - Bhukti of Guru
[Guru-Tula] can be a surprisingly challenging ruler, because during His bhukti He will activate 3-6 from Himselfr.
From 10, Broadening Guru emphasizes the natural shad-ashtakya relationship between 10 [executive authority] WRT Brihaspati's two svakshetra
Bhukti of Guru can signal disagreeable  attitudes of [10-figures] such as superiors, commanders, chief executives. The testiness of the bosses is usually due to
During His bhukti, the organizational  friction emitting from [Guru in bhava-10-Tula] is rarely serious enough to harm a career.
It is usually more like extended crankiness  and blaming that enacts the 3 [transactional narrative] and 6 [victim narrative] definitions within the Learning Pathway.
Often the Guru Bhukti exemplies a temporary case of // responsibility exceeds authority // because one kindly takes responsibility  One may then be blamed  for this generous offer, if leaders  are looking for a scapegoat  in times of unfavorable commercial conditions  especially when foreign transactions  may be a feature of the misalignment .
One may comprehend a broad pattern of having made poor decisions .
Yet the situation is quite temporary, since Benevolent Guru is too tolerant to fight. Except for the Rahu Mahadasha where Guru rules the chidra-dasha, in all other Mahadasha each Guru bhukti is followed by a Shani bhukti. The potentially conflicted expansion of Optimistic Guru is followed by a corrective -retraction of Realistic Shani.
When the naturally large scope of preacher-teacher Brihaspati's one-to-many broadcast is framed into Professor Shukra's natural role of one-to-one negotiator and adjudicator , the size of the audience for Guru's preaching is much reduced.
Ideally, Guru needs a doctrine, a priesthood, and a pulpit to spread His wisdom. For Guru-Tula, the interpersonal partners become the primary, possibly exclusive, targets of Brihaspati's sermonizing.
Guru may deal with this situation by expressing His wisdom in context of relationships: teaching and preaching about relationships, telling inspirational stories about relationships, or just generally using the context of one-to-one human partnerships as the pulpit or platform for His doctrinal presentation on how spiritual principles work.
Guru-Tula may feel that He is preaching in the wind and not being heard. In Tula, Brihaspati is obliged to constantly balance His expansive tendencies against the limited needs and interests of another personr.
Past-life carry-forward wisdom about negotiation and contract development; sense pleasures, arts, music, architectural and social design, balanced actions; wealth development; expansion of domains of grace and beauty.
Tolerant, expansive, inclusive, open-minded arbitrator
Guru-Tula believes that He is dealing with others in a Fair and Equitable fashion
Expansion of patterns of social and material resource management. Often brings affluence .
If Mangala is strong, balance-expanding Guru-Tula may be an excellent dancer.
If Shukra is strong, harmony-grower Guru-Tula can be a gifted musician
Believes in harmonious relationships, good design, attractive appearances, and in all things Balance.
Naturally, these two planetary agenda are somewhat incompatible, and Guru is Therefore, somewhat handicapped in Thula Rashi.
the native will pursue many pleasures and form many relationships in order to accomplish a complex and ongoing balancing act, trying to develop true wisdom while satisfying human pleasures.
Within relationships, the Guru-Tula native may do things that may only make sense to them. One may be ambivalent about the meaning or value of human love relationships, even while pursuing multiple connections.
Justice is flat = balanced = equal.
The highest truths exceed the realm of human justice.
therefore, in Shukra-ruled balancing justice-seeking Tula - Vanika, the higher-truth quest of Guraja generally does not reach full extension of dharmic capability to reach up from the human realm into the larger view of the gods (deus, theos, theory).
Guru-Tula is locked into contractual agreements which regulate the patterns of social and material resource management.
Guru is not harmed in Thula. Yet, Brihaspati's inclusive higher philosophical wisdom cannot be expressed in matters of exclusive legal contracts, equity-seeking diplomatic negotiations, and brokered deals.
Guru is not naturally a deal-maker. Rather, He presents the truth As It Is, without "balancing" and adjustment to human sensual tastes [Shukra].
Cao Dai temple in Vietnam
file update = 14-Sep-2023
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