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katalina1
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Hi,

is there a limit for developing feminine energy in a womens chart or masculine energy in a mans chart? 

is it predetermined or any person can fully develop their true gender nature? 

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AISKY
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Hello Katalina, I know there is some traditional astrology techniques like diurnal planets jup,sun,mars in day birth for males and nocturnal planets mo,Venus, in nocturnal birth for females I think the moon is important in females and sun for males in my opinion masculine feminine energy is expressed different times in both genders healthy unhealthy if afflicted.

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katalina1
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@aisky hi,

thanks for the reply. Yes, moon and 4th house for the women and sun and 10th house for the man. But is that the limit and capacity for that person through their full lenght of their lives? Or is it where they start from and they can develop certain feminine/maculine traits despite theirs lacks in the chart?

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AISKY
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@katalina1 that is a good question in my opinion I think it can be developed over time because after the maturation period of planets I think you can work to counsousely develop these planets.

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Ernst Wilhelm
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@katalina1 That is how we are born, and we will experience that planet in full as to how it works in its maturation age. Once its mature, we can make a lot more progress with the planet than before its mature. Before its mature, we are just heading more and more into what that planet is showing in the chart. Once we have matured it, we can work on it and make it a lot better from then on.

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katalina1
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@ernst you mean the Moon for a women and the Sun for a man? Or 4th house ruler for women or 10th house ruler for man? Or any planets related to 4th and 10th?

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@katalina1 I found the manual in the Vedic Relationship Compatibility Course to be extremely helpful on this topic in general. It has many many answers about this area.

The main limit I see in myself and my clients is how much energy, effort and discipline they're willing to invest in such pursuits. To exceed "projected" limitations on Feminine or Masculine energy really requires a reworking of routines, habits, our inner experience of life and other very big parts of our lives.

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Ernst Wilhelm
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I meant any and all planets in general in respect to their maturation, but to be more clear on the feminine and masculine. Periods of female maturation in a woman's chart are her 4th house, 1st house and moon, and then venus secondarily as it's also a female planet. Then very importantly are always the maturation of Rahu. When rahu matures, the same gender hormone has diminished enough so that the opposite gender side becomes more important in respect to ruling the kingdom of our lives. By Ketu maturation this process is finished and ideally the male and female sides are both working together to make decisions. the entire rahu and ketu maturations happen because of these biological hormone changes. 

When women before the age of Rahu maturation are working more as men, that is STILL a decision of the female half, the female half, due to the feelings of PAIN, which the male side was not present enough to help her manage, and so the female side abdicates, it essentially decides to burry itself and let the male side run the show, but the male side is not really equipped to do so and it certainly cannot do so effectively without the female side being fully present and feeling centered. In this case, when Rahu matures, and the female hormones decline, the female side loses its ability to keep away from the throne and so that that point women feel the need to develop their femininity, but to do so, requires the full use of their male side. The male side gets them doing the things that help them heal the feminine side. 

 

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