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The 12 houses in Vedic astrology

The importance of the 12 houses in the

Indian / Vedic astrology

A complete cycle

In Vedic astrology, the zodiac is divided into 12 equal sections, the 12 zodiac signs, each of 30 °.

In relation to a certain point on earth and because of the rotation of the earth around its own axis, the zodiac signs rise one after the other on the eastern horizon, become visible in the sky and set again on the western horizon.

At the time of a person's birth, a zodiac sign rises on the eastern horizon. The exact point of intersection between the horizon and the ascending sign of the zodiac is called the ascendant. The entire zodiac sign in which this intersection is located becomes the 1st house of a horoscope. The zodiac sign that rises after that becomes the 2nd house and so on.

Since every zodiac sign or house is of the same length, this system is known as the equal sign-equal house system.

This house system is one of the most common in Vedic astrology, although there are other systems, such as the 'Equal Bhava' house system, which is not described in detail here.

Each house is assigned a certain area of ​​life or the dimension of certain experiences. The 1st house represents the beginning or the birth, while the 12th house represents the end or the dissolution.

The 12 houses thus represent a complete life cycle and the different levels of experiences that people will go through.

Understanding the 12 zodiac signs in relation to the houses assigned to them as well as the influences of the planets on the houses and also the interrelation of the planets to one another is the basis for a holistic horoscope analysis.

The 1st house (Tanur Bhava) The beginning
This house is also called the lagna or the ascendant.
The 1st house corresponds to the zodiac sign ascending on the eastern horizon at a certain point in time in a certain place.

The 1st house is the most important house because it forms the origin of the horoscope on which all other houses are based. It shows details about the beginning of life, which begins with birth. Here the abstract aspect of the soul manifests itself in a body, creates a personality and thus appears in relation to the world.

The topics of the 1st house are:
The self, self expression, personality, reputation.
Birth and infancy, body, constitution, vitality, appearance and charisma, head and brain. Karaka is the sun.

The 2nd house (Dhana Bhava) possession
The 2nd house provides information about the 2nd growth phase in life, early childhood. Language and food intake are among the central topics of this phase, as well as being with people close to you, i.e. family and married life.

Topics: childhood issues, family and married life, possessions and accumulated assets, values ​​and self-worth, language and the way of speaking, nutrition and habits in this context, face, right eye, tongue, teeth, throat, throat and thyroid. Karaka is Jupiter.

The 3rd house (Sahaja Bhava)
This house shows the way in which self-awareness tries to assert itself on the stage of life. It includes the inner attitude, courage, drive and one's own efforts, competitiveness as well as the younger siblings, against whom the latter can be tested up close.

Further topics of the 3rd house are close friends, short trips, removals, journalism, performing arts (stage), writing and communication through modern media. On the physical level, the shoulders, arms and hands as well as the right ear are here. Karaka is Mars.

The 4th house (Sukha Bhava) Back to the roots
To compensate for its own motivation and acting on the stage of life, the soul needs a place where it can retreat and regroup. The 4th house represents the home, the soul life and the emotional heart. These are the places where reflection can take place in order to reflect on one's own goals. It is therefore not surprising that the mother is also reported in the 4th house - after all, she is the one who gives the child his first home.

Topics of the 4th house are: soul life, thinking, feeling (the emotional heart), compassion, inner joy and inner peace, real estate, property, vehicles as well as general education and basic school education. On the physical level: chest, lungs, heart. Karaka is the moon that keeps thinking and feeling flowing.

The 5th house (Putra Bhava) knowledge, karma, children
There is potential in this house in which good actions from the past can bear fruit. Therefore, the 5th house represents, among other things. their own children, the relationship with them and their health.

Matters of the 5th house: children, creativity, higher knowledge and wisdom, intelligence, discernment (viveka) talents, spiritual orientation, worship of the divine, the good karma brought with you, speculation, gambling, affairs. On the physical level: upper abdomen, stomach, liver, gall bladder, spleen. Karaka is Jupiter.

The 6th House (Ari Bhava) The Battle Field
After the basic training in the previous house, it now continues on the stage of life, which can sometimes be a training camp or a battle field. Here the previously learned can be practiced, expanded and deepened, especially when unexpected and undesirable obstacles and problems arise. The 6th house therefore offers an opportunity for personal growth.

6th house themes are: enemies, problems, obstacles, fears, illness, accidents, competitors, service, loans, debts, legal proceedings, the workplace, medical professions, all measures that improve health, pets. Physical level: umbilical region, digestive tract, small intestine, kidneys (?). Mars is Karaka for accidents, Saturn for diseases.

The 7th house (Yuvati / Kalatra Bhava) Me and you
Since the 7th house (YOU) is directly across from the 1st house (ME), it represents those with whom we alliance in the hope that they will complement and nourish us or complete us with the parts we have in ours Seeing inside as a lack. This also includes the desire to take and give according to one's own nature.

7th house topics: marriage, partnership, business partners, contracts, the public and travel. On the physical level, it is about the large intestine, the internal sexual organs, fertility, sexuality and fertility.

The 8th House (Ayur Bhava / Mrityu Bhava)
Suffering versus Transformation.
Overcome the boundaries of individuality.

This is the toughest house. Disturbing factors are displayed here, which interrupt the flow of life and / on the material and mental level cause obstacles.

Topics of the 8th house are: lifespan, impermanence, chronic illnesses, major changes, transformation, inheritances, misfortune, suffering, breakdowns, punishment from the government, psychological disorders, depression, addictions, crime, underground, occult knowledge, Kundalini energy, sexual Attraction and anomalies, science and research, secrets.
Physical level: rectum, anus, external genital organs.

The 9th House (Dharma Bhava)
See and live the meaning of it all.
Get in tune with cosmic intelligence.

After overcoming the problems and obstacles of the 8th house, new possibilities open up. The 9th house is the best house in the chart and indicates support from a higher level, which can be very conducive to individual endeavors.

The 9th house stands for happiness and grace, spiritual counselors, teachers, father, pilgrimages, long-distance travel, abroad, devotion to a higher authority, higher education, ethics and morals, religion, philosophy, wisdom. On the physical level: thighs and hips. Karaka is Jupiter (teacher) sun (father).

The 10th House (Karma Bhava)
Working in the world

This house indicates the role and related responsibility foreseen in the cosmic plan for the individual. The 10th house is the house of the profession, the career and the social position.

Other topics include: Public Relations, Fame, Prestige, Status, Duties, Influential People, State, Government, Fame and Reputation. The 10th house is at the highest point in heaven at the time of birth and thus indicates the direction and goals of life as well as personal missions or work for which the soul is intended. Physical level: knees and spine. Karaka: Mercury

The 11th House (Labhya Bhava)
Enjoy the fruits

The professional activity and fulfilled duties of the 10th house, you get an income and support from like-minded people. The 10th house therefore stands for net income, academic degrees, hopes and the fulfillment of one's own desires, big goals, older siblings, social groups, friends. On the physical level: lower leg, ankle, left ear. Karaka is Jupiter.

The 12th House (Vyaya Bhava)
Impermanence and dissolution

From a holistic point of view, the 12th house symbolizes the natural end of a cycle of activity, which creates space to begin a new cycle on a higher level.

Topics of the 12th house are: expenses, losses, donations and charity, renunciation, letting go, isolation, retreat, loneliness, secrets, addictions, addictions, sexual pleasure, sleep disorders, abroad, closed places like hospitals, prisons. Monasteries and ashrams. In a higher sense: Overcoming your own ego. Liberation from earthly fetters and return to the origin. Completion. Salvation. Physical level: feet, left eye. Karaka is Saturn.


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