Bad saptamsa vs. great navamsa
I've been analyzing relationship factors using basic Jaimini principles and Vimshottari dasha in the saptamsa and navamsa.
There's a chart I've looked at in which the partner factors (Jupiter, Darakaraka) are stronger in the navamsa than in the saptamsa. In theory, if the person did get married, the marriage should be worth while.
Since the last antardasa and this antardasa seem to revolve around the most difficult parts of their saptamsa (particularly difficult activation of the darakaraka), I have a general question:
If you see a saptamsa that is totally bombed (not the case in the chart above, just asking theoretically) and a navamsa that is great: Does that mean that the person (if they are from a Western culture and will choose their own partner) is either a) unlikely to meet and date a person they like enough to get married or b) should get married asap after starting to date someone to avoid the difficult parts of their saptamsa?
It seems irresponsible to advise someone to get married as quickly as possible to someone that they have a problematic dating life with. How can dating someone vs. being married to them actually make such a big difference regarding what fruits they potential receive, assuming that they would be marrying the person they've previously had a difficult relationship with?
If the saptamsa is afflicted its not likely that they will have a great partnership. Yes, a good navamsa will allow marriage to be productive to their lives, but the partnership will be lacking.
The may have kids, but the co creative connective process will not be strong. So maybe they have kids, but it was not planned and its stressful.