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Graha - Gochara

Shukla Paksha * Krishna Paksha

OM shram sreem shraum sah chandraya namah

OM bhram bhreem bhroum sah rahave namah

Agents of Rahu

counted froam

Chandra Lagna

Safety vs. Risk

Emotional dramatis personae and their typical behaviors

Rahu-Ketu: Directory of Jyotisha Descriptions

Rahu may induce arrythmia

step-wise rules for ascending the social-hierarchy

  • social conventions re: who is eligible for specific rank and recognition

  • normal steps toward accomplishment of social-material goals

  • safety of predictable routines

Rahu's placement vis-a-vis Chandra-lagna helps to define:

Which social norms will Rahu challenge?

  • Who will be the primary agents of quick uncoiling and ambition to rise?

  • Who are the antagonists, the protagonists, and what are the social-material consequences?

Rahu + Chandra-1

Rahu in 2nd-from-Chandra

Rahu in the emotionally talkative, communicative cohort evangelical instructional team-working administrative managerial announcing publishing reporting explanatory conversational lyrical messaging 3rd-from-Chandra

Rahu in the defensive, culturally-rooted, seasonal-calendar, routinized, patriotic, ethno-nationalistic, comfort-seeking, home-loving, foundational, property-owning [4th-from-Chandra]

Rahu in 5th-from-Chandra

Rahu in [6th-from-Chandra]

see also Rahu in 6th

Rahu in 7th-from-Chandra

see also Rahu in 7th

Rahu in the revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra

see also Rahu in 8th

Rahu in [9th-from-Chandra]

see also Rahu in 9th

Rahu in the emotionally dignified , social-ordering, leadership-seeking; 10th-from-Chandra

see also Rahu in 10th

Rahu in 11th-from-Chandra

see also Rahu in 11th

Rahu in [12th-from-Chandra]

see also Rahu in 12th

Positive Desire vs. Negative Desire

QUOTATION from The Dalai Lama's Little Book of Inner Peace: The Essential Life and Teachings by His Holiness the Dalai Lama

" Desires can be either negative or positive.

  • If I desire to acquire something for myself -- let's say I desire good health when I am ill, or a bowl of rice when I am hungry -- such a desire is perfectly justified.

The same applies to selfishness, which can be either negative or positive.

  • In most cases, asserting oneself only leads to disappointment, or to conflict with other egos that feel as exclusively about their existence as we do about our own.

This is especially true when a strongly developed ego-membrane indulges in capricious or demanding behavior.

The illusion of having a permanent self is a secret danger that stalks us all : "I want this" , "I want that." It can even lead us to kill.

  • Excessive selfishness leads to uncontrollable perversions, which always end badly.

But on the other hand, a firm confident sense of self can be a very positive element.

  • Without a strong sense of self, that is, of one's skills, potential, and convictions, nobody can take on significant responsibilities.

Responsibility requires true self-confidence.

  • How could a mother without hands save her child from the river?"


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