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aditya
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Hi Ernst/All, 

What is the bhava cusp that represents evolution ?

Can we consider 5th cusp/5th house factors for seeing how much a person can evolve this life.

The reason I'm coming from is that it's through our creativity (creations or children) that give us an opportunity to evolve towards a better being. Is that a decent way to look at it ?

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Ernst Wilhelm
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cusps represent things, not processes, evolution is a process and that process is shown by the circle of rasis and the circle of bhavas. We can break life into four processes, the artha, kama, darma and moksha proceses. 2/11/5/8 houses would be the houses where the greatest shifts occur. The biggest shifts of course are the 8th house, so the 8th house is the best answer to your question. But evolution i think is better indicated by the rahu and ketu axis. 

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aditya
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@ernst, Thanks, yes that answers it better, 8th combined with Rahu, Ketu... I'd also be inclined to look at Le, Cn in D24 (based on the Jaimini principle in your course).

Ra, Ke in D-60 would have to indicate too but it may not be always accurate I guess..

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Leela
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Some people relate 5th house to Sanchita Karma i.e. the store-house of our collected karma (which hasn't been brought forth into existence in this life)

IF we see it that way, 5th house can be linked to evolution, isn't it? because it shows the creative intelligence with which we are able to use our past-accumulated knowledge to resolve our current dilemmas which are already set into motion by this particular birth (i.e Prarabdha Karma) of which Rahu-Ketu is a part

Or is that not true, and the entire chart can at best only reveal the max potential possible of only Prarabdha Karma?

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Amit Bhat
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@leela

I think that its the subha and asubha phala that Ernst told in yoga judgement course should be the prarabhda karma.

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Posted by: @ernst

The biggest shifts of course are the 8th house, so the 8th house is the best answer to your question. But evolution i think is better indicated by the rahu and ketu axis. 

Ernst, then will it be correct to deduce that Rahu/Ketu in 8H, conjunct Sun (the self), is then one of the toughest yet most potential positions  for evolution.

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aditya
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@rajan , hahaha by personal experience yes (even without the Su); but it'll kick your butt too at times 😀

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Ernst Wilhelm
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I think it can be said that the toughest thing always has the most potential!

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