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Understanding Rahu-Ketu and the life path

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Hi @ernst and friends,

Let's say there are two charts, both with predominantly Dharma Moksha yogas.

Now in the 1st chart, Rahu is in a kama house(3,7 or 11) in an artha(earth) sign(Ta, Vi or Cp)

In the 2nd chart, Rahu is in a dharma house(1,5 or 9) in a moksha(water) sign(Cn, Sc or Pi)

Assuming everything else to be pretty much the same, and both charts having strong dharma moksha yogas, what do the inverse positions of Rahu/Ketu in these two charts mean for their life paths/environment they are going through in this lifetime?

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it simply means they will encounter their weaknesses and so discover what they need to heel in different environments. Rahu and ketu are simply the environment that we have to go to to grow. 

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@ernst Just to make sure I got this right - So Ketu sign and house represents the weakness to be healed and Rahu's house is the environment in which they will get healed(of course by Mastering the Rahu sign)?

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ketu sign and house are not a weakness, its an imbalanced strength. It feels stronger, but some parts are not developed and that is why the rahu house presents a lot of challenges - these challenges show where the ketu house still needs work. 

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@ernst Got it, thanks a lot Ernst!

So in the context of PAC, Parent would put rules and restrictions to go into the Rahu(due to fear or lack of experience) whereas Ketu represents the needs of the child for things to be a certain way(i.e. uptightness due to Ketu being under developed)

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ketu both makes the child feel secure and it gives conviction to the rules of the parent. So both of those make it hard to go to the rahu jungle. 

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@ernst Hmm. If I understood what you mean here, you mean to say that the imperfect Ketu is the source of both the child AND the parent part within us. So it is the imperfection of Ketu that creates rules of a parent based out of fear, and the clinginess of a child to feel secure out of needs.

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Yes, ketu is our foundation environment for both of those. 

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