“Subha conjunction or aspect or the lord aspecting or joining, also that lord Yuva, Prabuddha (Awake), standing in the Royal Place or Kumara. These circumstances indicate a welfaring Bhava say the wise. That of which the Bhava lord is Nashta, joined with a Trik lord, etc. not aspecting or joining (the Bhava), Supta, Vriddha or Mrita, or Piidita, the effects of the Bhava are said to be surely lost.”
Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra, Bhava Considerations, 14-16
In these three Sutras Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra gives the principles with which to judge a Bhava, which are the subject matter of the following videos.
Prerequisites: These videos are part of the Judging Bhavas Course and I strongly recommend that you begin this course at the beginning.
1. Subha Conjunction or Aspect
2. The Lord Joining or Aspecting
3. The Rasi from the Lagna in which the Bhava lord is placed
4. The Bhava Lord’s Jagradadi Avastha
5. The Bhava Lord’s Balaadi Avastha
6. The Bhava Lord being Nashta “Lost” (Combustion)
7. Bhava Lord’s Conjunction with Dusthana Lords, etc.
8. Bhava Lord Piidita, Pressed by Planetary War