The harmonic ninth or Navamsha is the main harmonic division and like the birth chart or harmonic first can be used for reading all the domains of life. It is said to traditionally refer to marriage and the partner. It deals with relationship in general and what we need to complement ourselves. Mainly it refers to our ability to share our inner or spiritual values in relationship. In comparing the Navamsha charts of couples we can get a better idea as to spiritual or dharmic compatibility.
The most important indications of the harmonic ninth are like that of the ninth house. It shows our dharma, our inner values, the spiritual or religious motivation we may have. It reflects more the nature of our soul and its aspirations, as the birth chart reflects more the nature of our particular incarnation and the ego. As showing the forces that move us on an inner level it is often a good index of our future life or the evolution of our soul. In this regard, it is often more reflective of who we really are and what our soul is aiming to achieve.
A strong Navamsha but a weak birth chart tends to show a strong soul choosing a difficult incarnation. A weak Navamsha but a strong birth chart tends to show a strong personality but a weak soul.
The positions of Jupiter, the lord of the ninth and the Atmakaraka or significator of the self in the Navamsha are of particular importance. All the planetary significators can be judged from this chart and are most specific to it. If a planet is strong in both the birth and the ninth chart it will give very good results. A planet in its own sign or exalted in the birth chart but in its fall in the Navamsha can be weakened.
A planet in the same sign in both the birth chart and Navamsha is regarded as strong. It is called "vargottama", which literally means in the best subdivision. This gives it greater strength, but for good or ill."
Alt yod. Cu Jupiter( tot în Taur.... Conjunct Algol?!) , Pluto și Vertex în vârf.
Și, din câte știu eu,triunghiul Soare, Lună, Vârf de Yod, parcă-i zice triunghi de aur....
Careu,Trigon și Inconjuncție = Golden triangle.
Nu mai țin minte la cine l-am văzut...
"In Vedic astrology, Navamsa means one-ninth part of a Zodiac Sign. Navamsa literally means the "Ninth Division". Thus, each navamsa measures 3 degrees and 20 minutes in longitude or one-quarter of a Nakshatra (Constellation), and the Zodiac of Signs comprises 108 navamsas divided into four groups,.... "
"The Navamsa Chart is also called the "Fortune Chart", for it is the hidden force and on its strength or weakness depends how one’s destiny unfolds; it gives the measure of destiny. "
Cum se face harta?!
Pe zodiac model sideral sau tropical? Placidus sau case egale?
Sau sistemul folosit pentru natală se folosește și pentru armonica de 9 (navamsa)?!
Chestiunea e că dacă fac armonica de 9 pe astrocom, nu apar casele!
Am găsit în altă parte... Sideral,Lahiri, case egale.... Ufffff...
Lahiri " ăsta ", face o corecție cu numărul de grade cu care este înclinată axa de rotație a pământului. 23,pe scurt, din câte știu.
JayD.Un amestec de energii astrale și praf din stele.
Acest mesaj are o imagine atașament. Te rugăm să te conectezi sau să te înregistrezi pentru a-l vedea.
This is said traditionally to be the chart of mental or meditational achievements, including the siddhis or psychic powers. In the higher sense this is the chart of spiritual knowledge and shows the spiritual development of the soul from past lives. It shows our capacity for and development of the yoga of knowledge (jnana yoga). It is the most important harmonic chart for ascertainment of spiritual nature and the potential for enlightenment. Strong planets here have enhanced psychic and spiritual capacities for greater perception, skill and awareness.
On a general level this chart indicates the educational career of the individual. Whether the knowledge gained will be spiritual or material depends much upon the nature of the character from the birth chart.
The position of the ninth lord, Mercury and Jupiter is important here, as well as the Atmakaraka. Between the twentieth and twenty-fourth harmonics we can understand many of the hidden secrets of our spiritual unfoldment."
The concept of Jnana yoga is described in the sacred Hindu text, the Bhagavad Gita. It may involve progressive study of the scriptures, training and meditation. It is also part of the non-dualistic tradition of Vedanta philosophy.
The intention when practicing Jnana yoga is to use the mind to understand and uncover the truth behind the mind. This path requires a mind which is both open and rational. In Hindu scriptures, there is some criticism of the Jnana yogis who only try to seek knowledge in a purely theoretical manner. Since it is meant to be an experiential path, simply accepting dogmatic teaching is not enough. The practitioner instead needs to seek an experience of the knowledge of God, or universal Consciousness or absolute Truth. They must seek to know God on a level deeper than the intellect.
The path of Jnana yoga was first encouraged and fully outlined by Adi Jagadguru Shankaracharya. He stated that a practitioner of Jnana yoga, or a jnani, needed both complete renunciation and a deep desire to be free from maya, or illusions.
It is said that once the student is ready, achieving the goal of Jnana yoga may take as little as a few days. The ideal three-step path of Jnana yoga is as follows:
The student is taught about Vedantic philosophy by a guru, or spiritual teacher, and they listen carefully.
The student reflects on these teachings and seeks to understand their subtleties.
The student meditates on Brahman as described in the Vedantic texts and, through this combination of knowledge and meditation, he/she experiences absolute Truth.
Experiencing true knowledge through Jnana yoga allows the practitioner to know God and be liberated. To achieve this, Jnana yogis will also draw on elements of Bhakti yoga, as part of the experience of knowing God is practicing devotion.
Io,ascult cu atenție.
JayD.Un amestec de energii astrale și praf din stele.