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Ernst Wilhelm
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Yes, afflicted planets with saturn in 6/12 can cause imprisonment because 12th is prison. But that is not the jaimini imprisonment yogas which are not based on house meanings at all but in how the energy flows through the chart. You may want to listen to the audio courses on that book. 

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Manisha
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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?

To soften it a bit, one can use ‘Intense focus in one area of life’ instead of ‘Being stuck’. Unfortunately, it is only a sugar-coating on a bitter pill. It is being stuck, and one can’t do anything about it. It is an energetic prison, and all one can do is appreciate the small amount of leeway allowed and the lack of distractions so that we can focus on our individual consciousness in that particular area of life. I guess depending on other factors, either it will be a comfortable enjoyable prison or an uncomfortable painful one.

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@manisha hi Manisha,

Thanks a lot for your comment, I think it is a great way to sugarcoat the issue by saying "insane focus on this or that area of life". It is a bitter pill to be swallowed, indeed, but I like to soften tough information as long as it helps the person and not destroys.

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@agnesbarna 

It is not only an intense focus, but it is actually becoming conscious how one’s subconscious works in that area of life and how one’s beliefs create the reality that one is not happy about. When the beliefs come to light and one sees how ridiculous they are, one can be happy in any situation, because the happiness is present within and not dependent on outside forces.

There is always a silver lining to a dark cloud and a light at the end of a tunnel. Sometimes it takes a while to get to the place to be able to see it. One has to endure until then. The world is full of talk that leads one to feel less than, thus creating fear and taking power away from the self and throwing one into darkness. If sugarcoating helps one feel empowered and it helps them endure through dark times, then I think it is worth doing it, as long as it is not giving false hope.

Perhaps, even ‘sugarcoating’ is not the right word to use, because it has wrong connotations. Ah, language is so deceiving! 😀 

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