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By Pandit Akash Sharma Senior Astrologer
Jupiter Guru Brahspati Beej Mantra
Om Graam Greem Graum Sah Gurve Namah
Chapter. 3 Shloka 27
· has a big body, tawny hair and tawny eyes,
· is phlegmatic, intelligent,
· and leaned in all shastra."
Northeast = aparajita
movements in a northeasterly direction are forecast during many periods of Guru
· Psychically, Guru indicates the native 's "permission" levels set at birth.
· Karmically, Guru tells us what type of talent, gift, and privilege is stored in the "credit account" created by generous actions in past lives.
· Physically, Guru expands everything He contacts. He can change the size of the person's Annamayakosha the "food body". When Guru sends a drishti to the lagna, for example, Guru makes the person look large. When Guru sends drishti to Chandra, the person is fertile.
· Emotionally, Guru = relaxed and confident.
· Socially, Brihas-pati = compassionate and generous.
· Intellectually, Guru = omniscient Himself and a wonderful teacher to others.
Ju-piter Anc. Gk. = zdeus + pitar = zdeuspitar = Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) , father of the gods
Chap. 84, shloka 10
· "Contemplate of Guru, as yellow complexion and Shukra of fair complexion,
· both with four arms, carrying a Danda, Akshasutra, Kamandala and Vara."
· auspiciousness, virtue,
· physical stoutness, prowess,
· city, state (province),
· sons. "
heavy , weighty
heavy in the stomach (food) , difficult to digest
great , large , extended , long;
long by nature or position (a vowel)
high in degree , vehement , violent , excessive , difficult , hard
important , serious , momentous
valuable , highly prized; venerable , respectable ;
many venerable or respectable person (father, mother , or any relative older than one's self)
haughty , proud (speech)
A spiritual parent or preceptor
(from whom a youth receives the initiatory Mantra or prayer ,
who instructs him in the Shastras and conducts the necessary ceremonies up to that of investiture
which is performed by the Acharya)
the chief of
author of a Mantra
"preceptor of the gods", Brihaspati; the planet(graha) Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati)
The 9th astrological mansion
parents and other venerable persons;
a honorific appellation of a preceptor ;
"venerable woman ", a mother
"great (with child)", pregnant, a pregnant woman
The wife of a teacher
Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati), planet(graha) of grandeur, culture and philosophy. It is considered the ruler of Sagittarius, and traditionally it was also the ruler of Pisces (especially in its retrograde mode). Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati)'s natural house(bhava)is the 9th house(bhava).
In the astrological birth chart, Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) is considered a "transpersonal", societal planet(graha), reflecting a function that is larger than one-self. It does not constitute a part of the basic psychological make-up of the personality, but rather lends itself to whatever personal planet(graha) it is aspecting.
In the words of Vedic Astrology, Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) who is also called as Brahaspati and Devaguru in Sanskrit, is the planet(graha) of wisdom, the Lord of light and the teacher of gods. He is the paradisiacal giver of divine knowledge upon the mortal land.
In the studies of Vedic Astrology, it has been the first and most benefic planet(graha) and for the same, it is believed to be the most auspicious. There is a reason for this. In Vedic Astrology, Brihaspati is the natural karaka of 4 very important house(bhava). So irrespective of the ascendant and lordship ,it is beneficial for the natives of all the ascendant. Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) is the natural karaka of 2nd houseof wealth, speech,
5th house of education, diplomacy and children,9th house of Luck and religion and 11th house(bhava)(Houseof gains). In the world of Vedic Astrology it has been given many names comprising Lord of power, Lord of wisdom, Lord of sacred speech, Guru of Gods, God of Gods, etc.
In the intricate structure of horoscope astrological birth chart,presence of Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) explores many significant direction in the lives comprising fortune, growth, affluence, respect, journeys, ambitions, success, and spirituality. The good placement of Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) in the Astrological Birth Chart expresses the level of wisdom, attitude of benevolence, sense of justice, color of thoughts, independent outlook, dreams of life and philosophical aspects in the lives of an individual.
The most potent and highest positive position of Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) in the horoscope Astrological Birth Chart is the first house besides which it is perceived to impact good both in kendra’s (4th house(bhava),7th house(bhava)and 10th houseas well as in auspicious trikona house(bhava),5th house(bhava)and 9th house(bhava).The placement of Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) in trika house(bhava)(6th house(bhava),8th house(bhava)and 12th house(bhava) are not auspicious while it's placement in 2nd and 11th house(bhava) is also considered good. Apart from the placement, Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) aspect 3 house(bhava) from where it is placed and the aspects of Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) is considered most auspicious. Brihaspati has 5th,7th and 9th aspects. The house(bhava) which got aspects of Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) got enhanced in the auspicious matters and the ill impacts caused by other malefic planet(graha)s are removed.
The planet(graha) Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) governs over the Zodiac Sagittarius and Pisces. So for the natives having Sagittarius and Pisces ascendants, Brihaspati becomes increasingly benefic. Apart from it , for the Aquarius ascendant natives, it is the lord of 2nd and 11th house(bhava) both of the house(bhava) are related to wealth and gains so it solely represent the wealth, money and gains and in case of this ascendant , it is also a very beneficial planet(graha) in terms of gains and affluence.
The people having strong and well placed Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) excel in their life. These natives are generally have prosperity, peace of mind, benevolence, helpful nature, wisdom and happiness in life. Strong Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) makes people inclined towards administration, management, education,religion,intellectuality,entrepreneurship, consultancy, astronomy, Vedic Astrology, Law, consultancy and politics.
A weak Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) in the horoscope may cause many problems like lack of wisdom, poor grasping, lack of wealth, unnecessary expenditures, struggle, problems in marriage and peace of mind, average support of luck, problems in education and child birth, problems in speech and harmony in family. However, these are general results and could only be perfectly predicted after the study of all other planet(graha)s and house(bhava) as well.
One more significant aspect associated with the planet(graha) Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) says that the positive impacts of the planet(graha) upon the individual are believed to be the reflection of his positive deeds in his or her previous life as the natives get endowed with different shades of life on account of what they left around when they lived earlier. In the lives of women, it has a different significance as it determines the path of marital life and enclosure of relationships in her journey of life upon this land.
In the words of science of Vedic Astrology, Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) has been perceived as the teacher of science of light, Vedic Astrology and astronomy. On account of this, natives of the planet(graha) with his strong placements are highly inclined towards the these sectors and are generally found involved in them. These people are the strong possessor of moral values and ethics and respect the prevailing conventions and are well educated.
Altogether,planet(graha) Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) is the most benefic celestial body bestowing success, growth, affluence and recognition to the natives.
This is the sign and house(bhava)position of the planet(graha) Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) at the moment of your birth. Traditionally known as the "Greater Fortune," Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) guides you to high ideals, a sense of purpose and what will bring you happiness. Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) determines whether your life journey will be smooth or rocky, whether you'll be stingy or generous, and your overall level of optimism.
Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati)'s gift is to guide you to your highest fulfillment and happiness. As the planet(graha) of expansion, some of its pathways are through learning, travel, challenges and philosophy. Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) in your the Astrological Birth Chart drops clues about where and how to take leaps of faith. It shows the sphere of life house(bhava) and the likely method (sign) by which you'll make those giant leaps.
expansion, lucky breaks, generosity, life purpose, blessings, optimism, prosperity
The Meaning of Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) in Vedic Astrology:
Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) is said to influence all the good and noble things of life, and lead each of us toward a higher purpose. With a favorable or prominent Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati), you could experience lucky serendipities at every turn. If your Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) has lots of frictions (squares) with major planet(graha)s, you might have to make your own luck much of the time.
Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) rules rules Sagittarius, the sign of truth-seeking, learning, travel, philosophy and physical movement. For the non-Sadges, in the Astrological Birth Chart shines light on an individual's spirit quest. It points toward the arena where optimism and faith can be stirred up, since it generates a sense of the hero's journey, life as a grand adventure.
There's a lot of talk these days about "creating abundance" and being in the flow of prosperity. Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) in the Astrological Birth Chart points to where you'll find rewards through risk-taking and growth. And that can mean money, but also a sense that your life is evolving toward something meaningful.
The planet(graha) Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) casts out more heat than it takes in from the Sun, and likewise this is symbolic of an inspired person with a self-generated internal heat source. Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati)'s influence also helps you fan the flames of your passions, so you can fulfill your destiny. It encourages curiosity and openness that comes from the wisdom that engaging with life makes your world ever larger. In other words,Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati)'s resonance in the chart shows how you take in new ideas, cultures, people, and allow it to add color and dimension to your life.
In Vedic Astrology, Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) is like a beacon in your natal chart, guiding you to become your most outrageously realized Self. It's the planet(graha) essence that generates potential for expanding beyond
your sense of who you are.Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) guides you
to your big dreams, those that seem nearly impossible to achieve. This planet(graha) shows up in your life as a pull toward your aspirations, through an inner drive, sense of destiny, serendipity, helpful friends, lucky breaks, and fateful events.
Sometimes Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) calls you out to take risks, and the result in doing that is a faith that life is unfolding as it should. The element points out the medium -- whether you're working with ideas (air signs), tangibles and structures (earth signs, emotional and imaginative knowing (water signs) or instinctual awareness (fire signs.)
The sign and house(bhava)position show where and how those signs of destiny will appear in your life. Find out about your Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) by looking for the Jupiter(Guru/Brahaspati) symbol on the Astrological Birth Chart.
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