Planets Vs its House in the context of Habits
Hi Ernst (or others):
How do we interpret when a particular planet is fine, but its corresponding house is in difficulties? For example, an okay Moon, but a difficult 4th house. Or an okay Sun, but a difficult 5th house. Especially in the context of Avasthas/Habits.
Each house and each planet have multiple meanings and layers so I don’t think there’s a straight answer to your question. In my own life, for example, I have Rahu in the 4th house which means I had a lot of instability at home growing up, changing residences a lot (involving foreign countries) and, still today, it’s challenging for me to figure out what place I can call home. With that being said, I have a pretty good Moon (good dignity, high Drig Bala, delighted avastha) so, even though there’s some frustrations and pain associated with 4th house matters, I’ve never felt depressed or down for a long time and I’ve managed to always keep a positive and hopeful outlook. So I think it’s important to differentiate the areas of our lives (the houses) from the way the planets operate within those areas of life.
The houses are what we have, the THINGS, the planets are our consciousness, thus the consciousness we experience the things with. The avastha of the planet and the avastha of any planets in a house that correlates to that planet, as well as the avastha of lord of that house, will show the consciousness with which that thing is experienced and thus the fulfillment or lack off.
How much of a house is there, if its there, its good to use the jaimini techniques of the house who has its lord, jupiter or mercury joining or rasi aspecting is manifested.
The avastha of the planet and the avastha of any planets in a house that correlates to that planet, as well as the avastha of lord of that house, will show the consciousness with which that thing is experienced and thus the fulfillment or lack off.
That makes sense. Thank you!
house that correlates to that planet
What would a House correlating to a graha means here (since lordship and placed graha already mentioned separately)