Bhavat bhavam vedic astrology

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Which is? Yes the 9th House which represents father.

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So, Counting 10 Follow Rules as stated in previous blog it comes to 6th house of the birth chart. This is an example — The concept can be expanded to all queries. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. And what of the 5th house, pertaining to knowledge, learning even mantra as the Arudha of the 5th house.

So we see how the 5th house is doing, its karkaka as an indication to the fruits of family and expansion of Dharma. Since we are on the 5th house of children , Lets look at the 5th from the 5th. And where are we? Back at the 9th, the house of fortune fortunate to bear children , it also indicates future children - that is grandchildren, which can only happen of the 5th house produces children. The 5th from the 5th also indicates higher studies into the spirit as the 5th house also indicates the intellect; the 5th of the 5th goes to higher studies, diksha.

Yet Sanjay Rath teaches this is not always the case - that is Sun in the 9th house is not a bad placement, nor Jupiter placed in the 2nd house of wealth, abundance. My personal experience is for sun in the 9th was fine for the upliftment of dharma, fortunes, advanced studies, yet it had a negative impact on father, his health, and never seeing his grand children 5th from the 5th.

Just some ideas on this most practical and applicable rule of bhavat bahvam. Re: The Principle of Bhavat Bhavam I find bhavat bahvam interesting, almost like i have heard it somewhere. You explained bhavat, bahvam and bhava.

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What how do you spell the bhava or expression that people refer to in sanskrit? Originally Posted by yajvan. Am I wrong yajvan? You are talking about bhavat bahvam right? Now are their astrick's on the letter a? Because the bhava I am thinking of is really bhaaaaaaava. That makes a huge difference right?

Any insight on this is appreciate. We chase after those things throughout our life, which we are certainly forced to leave behind when we die and can never bring back with us when we are reborn. We fall in love and become attached to objects, ideas and persons, a liaison based on whims and fancies, to be frustrated and saddened when things do not work out and that leads to disillusionment when glimpses of reality finally dawn upon us.

Maya also leads to generation of actions that are also known as 'karma' and which then take over the reins of our destiny, thus, becoming the charioteer of our spiritual vehicle on this path of spiritual progress that is our soul-goal and the sole reason for our being in this earthly reality. We often run into individuals who have led quite accomplished lives in our eyes but when they confide in someone, those confidantes would tell us a different story.

The individual may actually think of himself as an utter failure! Between the admired role model and us the follower, at least one of us is obviously not tapped into 'reality' and hence we see the duality which is a consequence of maya. We might judge someone as very brave or very pious, but in reality, they might be very ordinary and quite petty actually. If our horoscopes are to reflect the different facets of the human experience, then there should be a clear way of discerning the fact that the subjective perceptions of the nativity do not or do match the observed reality which may in turn be different from absolute reality which one can figure out only through the knowledge of things that transcend earthly knowledge!

In a horoscope, we have twelve houses and nine planetary indicators 5 planets, 2 lights and 2 nodes.

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These obviously are not adequate for covering all facets of modern human life. Jyotish, therefore, must use a variety of indicators known as karakas or executors. There are three types of karakas described by Parashara: inherent naisargika karakas, fixed sthira and transitional chara karakas.

The latter are also utilized extensively in the Jaimini system which some individuals insist is a separate system and must not be mixed with the mainstream Parashari system. Despite the strength of expression in these statements, such a tight water-tight compartmentation has not been adequately demonstrated and remains a subjective opinion, like many such others that abound in Jyotish. There are also several secondary houses described in jyotish.

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There is the 'bhavat-bhavam' concept, a term which a sanskritologist claimed to be grammatically incorrect. The concept, regardless of its linguistic accuracy or purity, is what I have called 'the Vedic hopscotch'. The secondary house is located as many houses from the house under consideration, as the house is away from lagna or first house.

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So, if the lord of first house is in the 2nd house then the house secondarily describing the 2nd house attributes will be the third house. One commonly used utilization of this system of house arrangement is in determining longevity. The primary house for longevity is the 8th house, the 3rd house which is 8th from the 8th is used as a secondary house for longevity and the two houses that represent loss of longevity by being 12th from 8th and 3rd, i.

In the bhavat-bhavam arrangement, the secondary house can ONLY be in an odd house from lagna! The symbolic 'yang' aspect in terms of doing, action, execution are male attributes which is represented in astrology as the odd house, the odd sign. Do the bhavat bhavam houses represent the influences and indicators that express the results of the primary houses under consideration?

The two lords, that ruling the primary house and the secondary or bhavat-bhavam house must be in harmony for the primary house to fructify fully and harmoniously. There might be some other deep significance lying within this arrangement as well, but let us move Back to the topic at hand. Another very popular more so now than some years ago way of determining the secondary indicators is through using the Jaimini padas [also described by Parashara].

Since both Parashara and Jaimini had not mentioned each other in their texts though Parashara mentions Lord Buddha when describing the planetary representations of avatars - unless this was transplanted later on into BPHS , conflicting views exist as to who came earlier, of these two astrological giants, so it is hard to figure out if Parashara was quoting Jaimini or vice versa.

Be that as it may, the padas of a house are calculated in a manner vaguely reminiscent of the bhavat bhavam. If the lord of first house is in the 2nd house and hence one house removed from the first house, the bhavat bhavam and pada will both fall in the 3rd house which is one house removed from the 2nd house, the location of lord of first house in this case. The pada takes into account the placement of the lord and hence is horoscope specific, whereas, bhavat bhavam is fixed like the fixed karakas for all charts.

As another example, if lord of lagna is in the fifth house then pada or arudha will fall in the fifth from the fifth house, or ninth house. If in the sixth house, the arudha will fall in the 11th house 6th from 6th and so on. This image or reflection is an important concept to grasp. What we are being told here is that the aroodha or lagna-pada is the 'image' of the first house, as seen by others. This is important to understand, because it links directly to the 'perception' aspect in how others perceive our 'image'.

The lagna, in this case, then would be the 'true' reality, whereas, the lagna-pada will be the picture of this true reality, as perceived by the world. An effective alternative to this indicator of the personal reality view is studying the lagna-oriented house from the lagna lord dispositors of the lagna and moon, for better definition of the view, a future article perhaps! Since the image cannot fall in the same house the pada for which is being considered, as well as in the 7th house there from, hence, Parashara and Jaimini have recommended that the pada be moved to the tenth house from the obvious pada.

So, if a planet is placed in its own house or in the 7th house there from, the pada will not fall in the same house but in the tenth house, there from. This exception is recognized and used by a large majority of astrologers, however, one of contemporary writers, K. Rao in his book has advised against this, without giving further elaboration or explanations. The pada of each house, therefore, represents its image or reflection as perceived by others.