Bhandana yoga - how to advise people
Hello Ernst and All,
Do you have any suggestion what useful advice can be given to people with bhandana yoga (jaimini kemadruma yoga)? You cannot just say "you are stuck, you will be, and will always feel to be"? You just ask them to accept what is, that is all?
How can we provide some hope and some ray of light to people with this combination?
Thanks a lot in advance.
I asked a similar question a while ago about what do if you see something really negative in a person's chart that is indicated by Jaimini principles (post not public anymore).
A lot of people responded and the general consensus by forum members seemed to be to focus on the part the person can influence (their Lajitaadi Avasthas) and help them work on their habits.
The basic gist of Ernst's responses has been:
As always whether you should predict the disease or not depends on the situation and its the astrologers job to be sensitive to the situation and act accordingly. We cannot have any hard or fast rules for what to say or not to say to a client.
Here's a link to the post with his response: https://astrology-videos.com/forum/jaimini-astrology/cancer#post-6328.
Hi Agnes, I have a bhandana yoga with Rahu in 4th and Ketu in 10th and, personally, I would never tell a person that they're stuck and always will be. First, it's not that bad, second, only if the person raises issues about being stuck would I mention it (but I always speak in terms of how a particular configuration "may" affect xyz). In my case, that helped me understand certain patterns but I would be very careful "volunteering" that information. When it comes to the Kemadruma yoga, a good friend of mine has it and she's what I can call a very successful woman. Can she get stuck on some stuff that prevents her from being even more successful, yes, absolutely but, like Angela mentioned, nothing the Lajjitaadi Avasthas cannot see, answer and help. So, I would definitely focus on that, what the person can change and work on. Hope this helps!
the only thing we need to change is our inner selves through tackling the lajjitaadi avasthas. Our circumstances do not matter. Prison is the perfect place to do that, the best place to do that.
Yes, you have to have dharma yogas or else the moksha can't be freedom in any healthy sense of the word. A person in jail is free of a lot of mundane stress, a person on drugs is free for the moment, these are the unhealthy ways people experience the Moksha houses.