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Amit Bhat
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Hi Ernst, 

Is Argala dasha dependant or will the person experience its effects throughout life ?

Also if there is a blocked argala and dasha of a planet runs in it , will it face problems to do its job even when no antar dasa of blocking planets is running?

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Ernst Wilhelm
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It is dasa dependent. and yes, a blocked argala planet will never really get going. 

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Amit Bhat
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Okay, thank you Ernst 

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@ernst 

If a blocked argala (or bandana yoga) is also producing a raj yoga or any other good yogas, will those yogas still be able to produce to some extent? Or, are they nixed? 

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@scott-m-19 The results of yoga planets that are blocked argalas is much less than if they are forming argala.

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@ernst 

Would the yoga results of planets not forming any argala would be greater than a yoga forming planet that is also in a bandana yoga? 

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All of the planets within my chart are in argala counting from the Lagna and the 7th, except for the planet in my 1st house. There are no blocks. I feel like I'm missing something.   

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So that will make a difference in your life, but also check the lajjitaadi avastha of your lagna lord, and the planet in the lagna which always have a huge impact on everything in life.

the argala planets support the life and path of the person. It contributes to longevity. These are the things that will keep your life moving forward. 

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I'm just learning about argala now and I haven't gotten into how to use it but I can see that I have argala in the 2nd and 4th without obstruction and from the 7th, argala in the 9th without obstruction, which is my mercury AK.  Saturn is in 2nd in Sag and Jupiter, venus/sun (venus and sun in same degree) in Aquarius in the 4th.  Mars is in Scorpio, lagna, and I can really relate to the fixed signs changing when there's a problem...it's definitely a theme.  I can get whispers of a problem coming and I try to change as soon as I get these feelings...I've gotten better at this over the years.  Mars is my only awake planet in the rasi, the others are sleepy and the sun is sleeping.

My real reason for pondering this aloud is because it looks like I should have a decent Saturn dasa coming up in the next year or so...Saturn is in good dignity in all the vargas...but with my saturn being in second and moon in 8th...am I wrong to think there may be a windfall coming my way?  I hope not through death...but I am trying to learn more because it's quite likely it will be my husband...  I'm not educated enough to know where to look.

Over this past winter, my husband got covid pneumonia, December 15th he had a fever and then the day Venus went retrograde, he went in to the hospital...the day Venus went direct, he got out and has been recovering...due to be off oxygen in May.  I have a Vriddah Jupiter (if I am writing it correctly), so I did experience the husband wasting away in front of me thing that Ernst has described.  Also, one of my astrologer friends was so excited to see how Venus would be over my AK for so long and in the beginning, it had turned out to be one of the most stressful times of my life.  I had to move out of our house and all that goes with that on top of going to the hospital once or twice a day.  And I had to quit my job.  Care for 3 small children by myself.  No friends came to help...all too busy or had some excuse.  the only person who helped when he wasn't working was my dad.  love my dad.  There was a lot of me caring for others and driving.  Thank you, Venus.  Today I am dealing with whacked out hormones but i'll manage.  Oh yea, and it was a time of a concentration of events of getting more attention than I wanted from the opposite sex.

I learned a lot through this time, valuable lessons and a valuable experience, but one thing I know for sure is that I am in no way, shape, or form prepared for my husband's death.  Of course I would miss him, but I'm too practical to let myself fall apart, but because my kids are so little and I would hate to fuck up my approach and care and what to say, etc.  Plus, he's like the mayor...knows everyone and well, I think I have a bum mercury at times...just get quiet and don't know what to say.  So, I have a lot to prepare for...but who knows...perhaps someone knows of what I should study next so I can answer my own questions?

Thank you for reading/suggestions.

 

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