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Dusthana: Houses of Suffering

Among the twelve houses, there are three, which cause suffering to the native, due to the effects of past births. Maharishi Parashara calls these houses Dusthana houses.

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Comparing 3 types of Vimshottari Dashas

Comparing 3 types of Vimshottari Dashas is Part 2. of a presentation done by Visti Larsen, with his gracious host, Anuradha Sharda. If you have missed Part 1., we recommend that you start with that. You can find How to read Dasha Sandhi here. Daśā is the study of time and thus also our search for Mahakāla. This Mahakāla is the origin of time and existed before time began. When did our time begin? Does it end, and when? When is a good time or a bad time? All these are the study of daśā. For the handout of the slides,

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Upachaya: Houses of Growth

Among the twelve houses, four houses are called Upachaya. Upachaya means accumulation, quantity, elevation, increase, growth, etc. These houses have the special ability to help one’s growth and make one fulfill one’s objectives in life.

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Bhava Classification – The Three Quadrants

This is the second of the article series on the topic of the Bhava classification, and it is an excerpt from the third chapter named Bhava: The houses of Visti Larsen’s book Jyotisha Fundamentals – My Master’s words (this book is now available as E-book on all Amazon platforms). Just as the signs in quadrant to each other have a similar dignity as being movable, fixed and dual, the houses in quadrants to each other also have a similar dignity depending on the lagna rising in the chart.

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