Mystery of 8th House in Astrology Part 1 : Understanding Transformation, obstacles and longevity

Mystery of 8th House in Astrology Part 1 : Understanding Transformation, obstacles and longevity 

What is 8th House about ?

Transformation is a process, and as life happens there are tons of ups and downs. It’s a journey of discovery – there are moments on mountaintops and moments in deep valleys of despair.

– Rick Warren

Without Understanding the essence of transformation, pain and suffering we cannot grow our-self into a deep state of  higher realisation. Now question is what actually is transformation and how it is deeply linked with the 8th house matters.Logically 8th house is a mystic house of understanding higher Spiritual transformation and realisation that comes through after realising the pain of sufferings, being one of the house of moksha trikona sthan, it gives opportunity for purification of jeeva as well as Shareer mukti to rise above at higher level, at the level of Higher knowledge (Para vidya) and wisdom. It has connection of Secretiveness and hidden agendas that one has to live with them to understand life from micro angles, gives a fire or depth for understanding deep hidden knowledge that we need to dig deeper via keep exploring it till the end of life cycle(Cosmic cycle). 

It is the main house that deals with all sort of occult sciences those are practical in nature where one has to put Fire, Tapa, energy in it to understand them, its a seed house where energy start flowing or proceeding from lower  spine to the higher point, required for Tantra practises with going deep inside to know hidden essence of the world that is unknown from us- the world of spiritual reality, the world of Hidden vidyas. It give us picture of true reality of the hidden world, where spiritualism starts and leads to the end of spirit world. Those let us understand how to live in true reality and generates urges for living away from the gossips of mundane world.But that urge only comes after realising the deeper pain and reality of life via Death of ego, over Pride,  shareer and after leaving mundane desires. 

In Higher Sense, It gives Death of higher ego (what is bright , acceptable and appreciable in society is in mundane world seen and perceived has higher ego ruled by Aries and Scorpio, Being the house of transformations after life hurdles and obstacles act as house of darkness and transformations where sunlight always reaches late). 

Being the house of Mundane transformations, ups and downs this house is closely linked with the past birth pending karmic debts that we must have to exhaust in any case, it is mainly deals with the unfinished karmic debts those are done in unconsciously adharmic or mistaken State “Avastha” when conscious is not in awake phase in earlier births.

Deeper Astrological Definition of 8th house 



8th house is being a vast house of spirituality, Death and transformations is hard to decode in few words. It need lots of understanding in straight way language. It is something hidden that only we can experience and then we can able to know about it and what world is perceived is beyond of this knowledge, what they are seeing its only the mundane transformation but in actual reality it is a house of what is hidden in destiny that we need to explore from hidden or buried form under the ground.

Being the karka house of Scorpio It has deep mystery connected with all the characteristics those have resemblance with the nature of Scorpio i.e death, transformations, Accidents, Bankruptcy, Excretory organs, External Sexual organs, Inheritance, Litigation, occult, Plots, Poison, theft, Agonies, Anger, annihilation, Assassination, breaking of friendships, cancer, crossing large bodies of water, dangerous and fruitless journeys, deep psychotherapy, deep and wild forests defeat, Disputes, enemy fort, fall from height, fear, making loans, (Dishonourable profession), a hole, cavity, imprisonment, insults, long lasting diseases, Longevity, Long or disputed properties, Mental Distress, Monetary loss, partner’s money, punishment from authorities, receiving charities, Religious property, research, robbery, scandal money, trouble to spouse, unchastity, witchcraft, black-magic and all of them leads to higher learning and sufferings but its deep essence lies in understanding the deeper transformations appears in 9th house of wisdom after deeper pain, sufferings and higher realisation. 

Difference between 8th house and rest of trik bhavas is that it indicates something very long pending, either it is about diseases or it is linked debt of the past. It gives understanding of chronic nature in every sense either it is about diseases or about realising the pain, but thing is 6th gives idea of an acute diseases, 8th gives understanding of deep chronic diseases.It can gives Legal difficulties  that can destroy anyone life via long term financial crisis, humiliation, scandal or bankruptcy.

Being the house of witchcraft work and Black magic being ruled by the sign  of Scorpio (characteristics comes form the Jyestha Nakashtra reside in sign of Scorpio, linked with disturbance in Pran Vayu that flows in the human body), it has same level of influence on native mind too where moon get debilitated (in the sign of Scorpio, 8th house). Same is connected with its stingy nature that comes from the animal ruled by it, “The Scorpion” bite usually gives neurological shock that is unbearable for any being and the same way Witchcraft work in 8th first effects mind of the native in a much deeper level that is hard for anyone i.e Vashikaran that primarily purpose is to control the mind of person, loosing the strength of the mind or imbalance of the Vayu in the body.

But another side story is why we are getting suffering via Black magic and Witchcraft work in 8th house, reason is only one – the level of suffering we have given to other, same way we have to face in same intensity – somewhat a debt or curse like situation, long pending from many early births.

8th being fallen in 12th from the 9th house (Past birth – shows what is left behind that you have to face in any case or finish or exhaust it). That Pain or suffering we incur by past debts or left behind karama helps us moving into achieving greater liberation or moksha after a death like situation.

We can never experience wisdom and higher philosophy unless and until we may never go through from it. Every Death and Suffering has some higher learning, purpose and teaching of almighty that is kept hidden for society benefits (10th). 

Unless and until we never realised that deeper sufferings and transformations connected with the 8th house we can never become a filtered soul who can understand the higher wisdom and philosophy of life that is seen from the 9th house. That’s the reason it is falling in 12th from 9th house, first we need to filter out our left over debts then we can become pious and pure soul who can connect with the true brahma tatva.

In Layman language, 8th house covers primarily transformations of mundane worlds, i.e obstacles seen with respect to 7th (Marriages and partnerships – being falling in 2nd house from 7th house responsible for feeding the marriage, the need or requirement for marriage – The sustain-er house, if 8th is having influence of beneficial planet,  it will sustain the partnerships and joint finances required for growing in mundane world but if malefic’s planets are present in 8th it will block or end the partnership with much suffering, realisation and pain). 

It gives Direct challenges in personal and joint financial life, 8th being in 7th from 2nd house (the food of Business).

Malefic’s Being fallen in 8th (Sufferings to the body and intelligence ) from Lagana it affects the longevity of the native and legacy, being a house of 8th and 2nd from 7th, 5th from 4th – inheritance is seen from the 8th house.

Most important it is seen for long lasting chronic health issues pending due to unknown causes but in actual reality true real sense and acute health issues seen from the the 6th house.

Being fallen in 11th from 10th house it gives breaks in career and at the same time shows new beginning or new journey of the career of native as seen from the 8th house. being a house of secret unknown hidden truth it could give unknown destiny to the native and can totally changes the path of career of native. 

One must be aware in the dasha of the 8th house Planet/lord Antardasha period for any sudden change in the career path.


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Spiritual and Astrological Significance of 8th House

In General, The Eighth House is known for the house of “ Deeper Life Transformations, unknown and hidden Obstacles & Longevity related issues those can falls in after Marriage and in personal life”

8th being a house of the moksha trikona house indicates a house of higher awakening, spiritual learning and self realisation for purification of the inner self and soul. If 8th house is well disposed and beneficially placed and is strong it usually indicates healthy mind, body and soul and one can easily overcome life challenges that comes in life, and related to longevity.

If 8th house is malefically disposed or afflicted by strong malefic planets than it can shows karmic backlogs of past births with intent of having deep grudges and revengeful behavior. One must not stick to these deep hidden revengeful thoughts if the soul is wanted to transform in true reality of higher conscious. Being Karka of something hidden, deep and secretive in nature as what we learns form scorpio signs , it shows hidden activity related to 8th house , as it falls in 2nd from 7th (Marriage partnerships) it shows hidden sexual activities, depending on the nature of sign, planets and state (Beneficial and malefic) it shows the sexual orientation in marriage or in relationships. If it is beneficial native might has soft orientation wrt to Sexuality but same time it is having malefic planets native might have rough and wild sexual orientation wrt to Sexual acts.


Meanwhile these sexual deviancy also helps in rising of one’s kundalini shakti after realising the true essence of Yogi.In Sexual tantras this house has major role for understanding or transforming into yog Marg. 

At the same time if 7th house shows what you are seeking in close relationships between partnerships – love (Moon in 7th),  Romance or libido (Venus in 7th) , 8th house shows how you manage your sexuality and how sexually you are and what sort of sexual act you follows in bonding. 

Malefic can shows imbalance in sexual orientation and beneficial shows native of highest order of spiritual moral and follow the same path. People of highest order of spiritual path usually follows strong penance or Tapa Yoga by controlling their sexual energy into highest order of spirituality, that’s why it leads to Moksha and falls under Moksha trikona sthan – being falling in 5th from 4th (Skills required in Moksha or bhakti marg).

For siddha purushas this is the house of Kundali Awakening to reach into highest order of Subconscious mind and its stability and how you went through it – balance it or suffering via it which can results to psychological issues , everything depends on the strength of the 8th house and its lord in d1 and d60 chart. that’s the reason those having strong 8th house have deep hidden talents wrt to occult sciences and blessed with highest order of deep intuitions and psychic abilities. 

People falls in these types of categories are well versed in seeing futures those related with deaths and mysteries, can see futuristic dreams those related with Something bad future events or related to destructive points wrt to personal relations or might be related to mundane worlds too.

In many of cases people develops deep interest in decoding deep and hidden meanings of interpreting weird and hidden dreams signals. it has been seen many people have abilities to speaks with dead souls too.


Being a house of legacy, it is also shows of corruptions, scandals and negative traits regarding unethical monetary gains via lottery and scandalous money. Being the house of deep secrets and root of Kundalini, it shows hidden mysteries and energy level of Mool dhara chakra we have in our body and any imbalance in 8th house energy can leads to imbalanced root chakra and disturbed Mental and financial life.

Longevity and 8th house ( verses from rest of the Classics and Bphs) :


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Sage Parashara in BPHS has clearly said that the Balarishta and rest of longevity matters should be seen from 8th house, as this house is primarily seen for the longevity matters. Whereas 8th lord shows the over longevity of the native.  Placement of 8th lord in Kendras or Trikonas bhavas shows Long life and in trik bhavas or with affliction from nodes shows issues of  health and long life.

Same way there has been A quote in “Sarvartha Chintamani” by “Vyankatesha Sharma Translated by J.N Bhasin” which states that :

“If  the 10th lord is placed in friendly sign, own sign, exaltation signs, it confers long life.Similarly the location of the lords of the 10th, 1st and 8th house lords in Kendra Bhavas ensures long life.”

Reason is why 1st, 8th and 10th are so much important in understanding longevity  Because 3rd from these houses shows what is necessary to perform the duties required by that house. 3rd from Lagna shows Skills required to survive, 3rd from 8th shows Karama ( good and bad karma in society – 10th house) required to ensure longevity and 3rd from 10th shows Moksha, peaceful sleep (12th) 

(By Visti Larsen  Jyotisha fundamentals)  

Regarding placement of 8th lord



8th and 1st lord
Regarding Natural Malefic in 6th, 7th and 8th House
Regarding 8th lord in 1st House 
Quote from Jataka Parijata on 8th lord

Same way Shastras has revealed about 7 types of Longevity  for any loka : 

0-8 Balarishta
9­-20 Yogarishta
21-32   Alpa
33-64   Madhya
65-120 Dirgha
121-1000 Divya
Infinity Amita

Below are the translations of 8th house as explained by Sage:



Quotes from BPHS Regarding Longevity  :

” O excellent of the Brahmins, listen to me speak on the effects of 8th House. If 8ths Lord is in an angle, long life is indicated.”

“Meaning : It 8th lord is well placed in trines ( 1, 5 and 9th house it indicates long life)

Regarding Short Life : 


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” Should 8ths Lord join Lagnas Lord, or a malefic and be in 8th itself, the native will be short lived.”

Meaning : If 8th lord is connected with Lagnesh or any malefic and all are placed in 8th house then it is a yoga for short life. for e.g Leo Lagana – lagnesh sun (1st) is with Jupiter (8th) and Rahu (7th lord-Markesh) in 8th house that shows short life of the native.

Saturn and 10ths Lord about Longevity : 



” Similarly consider Saturn and 10ths Lord in the matter of longevity. 10ths Lord is in 8th along with a malefic Planet and/or Lagnas Lord.

Regarding Long Life :

 ” There will be long life, if 6ths Lord is in 12th, or, if 6ths Lord is in 6th, as 12ths Lord is in 12th, or, if 6ths Lord and 12ths Lord are in Lagna and 8th. If the Lords of 5th, 8th and 1st House are in own Navāmśaas, own Rāśis, or in friendly Rāśis, the native will enjoy a long span of life. Should the Lords of Lagna, 8th and 10th House and Saturn are all disposed severally in an angle, in a trine, or in 11th House, the subject will live long. Like these, there are many other Yogas, dealing with the issue of longevity. The strength and weakness of the Planets concerned be estimated in deciding longevity.”

Regarding Short Life : 

” Ones span of life will be between 20 and 32 years, if Lagnas Lord is weak, while 8ths Lord is an angle. The native will only be short-lived, if 8ths Lord is in fall, while 8th House has a malefic in it and 1st House is bereft of strength. Death will be instant at birth, if 8th House, 8ths Lord and 12th House are all conjunct malefics. Malefics in angles and/or trines and benefics in 6th and/or 8th House, while 1st House has in it 8ths Lord in fall: this Yoga will cause immediate end. If 5th and 8th House and 8ths Lord are all conjunct malefics, the life span will be very brief. Within a month of birth, death will befall the child, if 8ths Lord is in 8th itself, while Moon is with malefics and be bereft of beneficial Aspect.”

Regarding Long Life :


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 ” One will be long-lived, if Lagnas Lord is in exaltation, while Moon and Jupiter are, respectively, in 11th and 8th House. If Lagnas Lord is exceedingly strong and receives a Aspect from a benefic, which is placed in an angle, the person concerned will be wealthy, virtuous and long-lived.”

Quotes from Phala-Deepika Regarding Planets in 8th House
Regarding 6th and 8th house 

Regarding Sun in  8th house and Death

 
Regarding Rahu in  8th house and Death

This is all about,

Mystery of 8th House in Astrology Part 1 : Understanding Transformation, obstacles and longevity.

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Mahishasura Mardini Stotram, Benefits, Meaning, for killing arrogance: An Astrological compendium to understand goddess durga and nine planets

Understanding Mahishasura Mardini Stotram, Benefits, Meaning, for killing arrogance: An Astrological compendium to understand goddess Durga and nine planets


Introduction

Goddess Durga and Devi Mahatmyam

Mahishasura Mardini stotram is based on Devi mahatmyam in which Devi takes the forms of Durga in Chandika Form to slay Mahishasura. This stotra is said to have been composed or been dedicated to Ramakrishna Kavi as well as Sri Adi Shankaracharya both. Detailed Story of Mahisasura is available in Durga Saptashati in chapter 2,3 and 4 and also can be found in Devi Mahatamaya or Devi Bhagwati puraan. Mahisahasura Mardini is the stotra of Maa Duraga Narrated in Chandi path in Durga Sapatashati. This stotra is named Mhishasura Mardini as Maa Durga has defeated demon Mahisasura while taking chandi form. Maa Durga is the primitive source of all power as she is Shakti avtaar; she is residing with much qualities and powers and known by various names. Story begins when Mahishasura the king of Asura got boon from Lord Bramha and defeated all Devas and driven them out of Heaven.

Mahishasura Mardini Stotra Reciting Benefits:

 

 


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-Maa Durga is an Adi Shakti who conquers all the fears inside any soul, who kills anger, grudge , rage and ego to driven away all the negativity reside in mind, body and soul. To get Blessings of Maa Durga one need to surrender toward her totally, then she will able to purify the devotee in her own way. To gain the powers of Maa Durga to win in any battle or conquer any fear or challenge , reciting Mahishasura Mardini regularly with much devotion is a blessing. Devi Maa will help you to win the Battle and gives victory in all your Work. Reciting Mahishasura Mardini will overwhelm all sorrows from your Life. You will be blessed by Powers of Maa Durga as she defeat demon Mahisasura. You can read Mahishasura Mardini also at your home.This stotram has vital role with Navaratri festival when devotees worship Maa durga in 9 forms  of Durga , as it contains the key message of Sri Chandi Path.
Sri Chandi Saptasati path  tell us the  story of how Divine Mother ( Maa Durga or Mahamaya)  took physical form in chandi avtaar in order to destroy the demon Mahishasura, who was terrorising the Devas and all the humans. According to traditional Story, the battle of Maa chandi with Mahishasura happened during the nine days of Navaratri and finally ended with Mother’s victory on the 10th Day called as Vijayadasami, the day following Navaratri.
Thus, when we perform devotion throughout the Navaratri festival, Mother comes and battles all the forces of negativity in our own hearts and minds  to purify our mind, body and soul. On the auspicious day of Vijayadasami, She is completely victorious as we are freed from millions of sins and forms of negativity those are hidden in our mind. chanting Sri Mahishasura Mardini Stotram throughout Navaratri, helps to invoking the divine Mother to come and destroy all of our negativity within us.This sacred and beautiful stotram has the power to destroy all the  negativity residing within us.

Mahishasura Mardini Stotram or Mahishasur Maridhini Sloka is a very powerful and popular stotra of Goddess Durga in the praise of divine mother written by Guru Adi Sankaracharya after Saundarya lahiri ( Praising the beauty of Maa Parvathi). Devotees Should chant this for victory over calamities and mitigation of their negative karma.

The essence of Mahishasura Mardini Stotram

 


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Astrologically Bull symbolises the Mahisasura which signifies over ambition, Aggression, over confidence, Power, Unpredictable nature, Perseverance and male Fertility. it is a symbol of fertility through sacrifice.Bull being a Taurus sign seen for the arrogance (bully nature), direction-less ambitions, fighting nature, hunger for power, pride and excessive sexual desires those are uncontrollable for any being if it is being afflicted by the Nodes and Rajasic Planets.  Symbolically bull is masculine in nature so there is an implication of the bull signifies strength,valor , over aggression and male fertilisation, the more you preserve the fertility more you have strength, valor and courage to fight and more you can balance your mundane desires those are moving aimlessly or direction less in nature. The more you loose Veera (the Male fertility) , more you loose control over you anger, balance and the more you feel weak internally and physically.  Historically it is a symbol of fighting ability and male fertility that gives valor and magnanimity.In Spiritual Reality, over sexual desires leads to higher passion, Aggression, and loose control of temper for every men, ultimately it  will leads to many weaknesses which generates fear of losing power inside any soul which is symbolically represented by the Mahishasura, is a  Bull (Taurus) that shows to get anything in any cost and The goddess Chandika (Rising Moon in Shuakal Pakasha ) represents the trans-formative and filtering power and with the help of divine mother force any men can conquer  their asuric tendencies as seen in the form Mahishasura in them. In Vedic Trends Chanda or chandals represents those who are mean , having higher passion, anger prone, or cruelty in their nature. Logically they shows animalistic and impurity in soul.

When such qualities are in excessive quantities it is called as called chandalas or those who lives in Tamas Guna means considered as impure, devoid of pure energy required to reach higher chakras.  Mahaishasura as The buffalo represents brutality and vile human nature.Two horns signifies the evil hidden in creation. This is the reason why the battle between Maa Chandika and Mahisha asura is symbolism  of the battle between good and evil.Even it also shows the transformative process human beings can purify their animalistic sexual nature present in mind and body and only divine mother has that capability to turn a animal into human. One, who aspire to purify their minds and bodies should unconditionally surrender  to Divine Mother durga, surrendering unconditionally to her would take up the responsibility of your life and transform you miraculously.Thus, Reciting Mahisasura Mardini and reading about the story of Mahisasura represents the deeper and a higher spiritual lessons for those are  seeking liberation.

Those who are facing trouble in controlling higher desires and passions because of the animalistic nature (tamas) in mind and body and always feel restless, lack of peace and instability in their spiritual practice, they should pray to the Mother Goddess  Durga to transform them into a positive person with the preponderance of sattva Guna. The Divine Mother will help you to control your animalistic passions and become a divine and pious person even She will helps you in destroying your evil karma to move further in the path of higher liberation or mukti from all mundane desires.

Maa Durga and story of Mahishasura


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Story of Battle between Maa Durga and Mahisahsura  lying from the Deva and Asura Sangram when Devas were defeated by the Asuras and they were controlling by the Demons. Thousands of years ago, there was a Demon called Mahishasura. He was part demon and part buffalo born from the union of the Asura Rambha and Beautiful female Buffalo Mahisi actually the princess Shyamala cursed to be a buffalo.

Later Mahishasura meditated for thousands of years so he could please Lord Brahma and in return be blessed with immortality and power. After much penance,  Lord Brahma came to him and said, “I am very pleased with your devotion. Ask me any boon that you desire.”

The arrogant Mahishasura said, “Lord, I don’t want any man or God to be able to kill me and only i can be killed  by a women.”

Armed with this boon, Mahishasura considered himself immortal, as no man or God could lay hands on him. He went berserk. In his rage and pride, he practically destroyed the Earth. The lands were soon covered in his darkness and his massacres were widespread. Not only that, he chased away the Gods out of heaven.

Scared, the Gods went running to Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva and narrated their misfortune.They pleaded for protection and said that if something was not done soon, the heavens and the earth and all the beings there, would be destroyed.The lords Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva were hopping mad. They conferred for a moment. And then they held each other and started to radiate a blinding light. A light never seen before. A light so bright, that even the sun paled in comparison. Seeing this, the other Gods also joined in and the light shone even brighter. Out of this beautiful light, was born the ten armed Goddess Durga, the embodiment of Adi Shakti.

Being a woman, there was nothing stopping Goddess Durga from killing Mahishasura, as his boon only protected him from men and Gods. Such was the cunning and smartness of Lord Brahma.

One by one the gods approached her and gifted her a dazzling array of weapons.

The mighty Sudarshan chakra was given to her by Lord Vishnu.

Lord Shiva gave her a dangerous Trishul.

She got a Quiver full of arrows from Lord Varuna, the God of the Sea.

Lord Yama, the God of Death, gave her a powerful Sceptre.

Lord Indra, a Thunderbolt, to rattle the earth.

Lord Vishwakarma, the Architect of the Gods, a menacing axe.

Kaal, or Time, gave her a sharp sword.

She got a kamandal, or pitcher, from Lord Brahma.

Agni gifted a flaming dart.

Airavata, Indra’s white elephant, gave Goddess Durga a bell.

Its noise helped her confuse the demons.

The mighty Himalayas gave Goddess Durga a lion to ride upon.

Armed with ten weapons gifted to her by the gods, one for each arm, she looked ready to show Mahishasura who the boss was and went into battle with him.

Maa Durga battled Mahishasura for ten whole days.

On the tenth day, she managed to chop off his head with her sword.

This shows the essence of why Navaratri festival is to be celebrated for 9 days and then in 10th days victory is to be celebrated after defeating and slaying the demon.

(Source: http://mocomi.com/)

Astrological Importance of Devotion of Maa Durga


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In astrological importance Worshipping of the Maa Durga and Maha Kali has dependent on the phases of Moon ( 4th house – House of aspiration for Bhakti Marg and Moksh) and Moon being Karka of Mother represented by the Divine Mother and Goddess Devi Bhagwati (Durga).  Strength of the moon in Natal chart in between the two phases shows which which Form of the divine mother helping us in conquering our desires, and we should seek divine blessings to kill our Demon in resides in our mind, body and soul.When Moon is stronger in Shukla pakasha  is well placed in chart it shows the blessings of  Mother Durga and when Moon is weak or debilitated in Krishna Paksha it shows the form of Bhadra kali or blessings of Maa Kali to conquer the negative traits those are controlled by mind.

One can worship Goddess Durga/Kali based on the position of the moon in natal, Karkamsa and D20 chart after analysing the paksha bala and influencing of various planets on Moon  :
Below are following information on Form of Divine mother based on Moon signs placements in different signs, as seen in any chart:

1) When Moon is in Aries it  Shows Mother Chamunda (those who kills Chand and Mund, highly aggressive in nature shows nature of Mars with it is with moon).

2) When Moon is in Taurus it shows the motherly figure form of Durga so it should give worshipping of  Maa durga, as rahu Mool trikona sign is taurus.
3) When Moon is in Gemini it also shows Durga when divine Mother helps her devotee to get their budhi in right path as its exaltation sign is Rahu exaltation where one need to seek right devotion rather than moving toward unrighteous path.
4)  When moon is in Cancer it shows Goddess Kali, the natural House of Kali when mother sits in the natural sign of Moksha and bhakti and aspires devotee toward true devotion to sacrifice all the comforts and seek dark deity in motherly form for mukti and bhakti.
5) Moon in Leo shows the form of Kali who is in fierce form ready to burn the Kundalini of devotee in right path for perfect Sadhana.6) When Moon is in Virgo it shows the  Durga who is intelligent enough to guide the devotee budhi in right dharmic and Karmic path.7) When Moon is in  Libra it shows the form of Kali who is encouraging the devotee the follow the path of right dharma when it is a matter of Karmic relations.

8) When moon is in Scorpio it shows the form of  Kali as moon start getting weaker in this sign where Dark energies rises too in this sign, so to get protection from those energies worshipping kali is always best suggested in Asthami tithi in Krishna pakasha. Astrologically its Ketu own sign too.

9) When Moon is in Sagittarius it also shows the form of  Kali where devotees are in deep sadhana for awakening their kundalini Shakti for getting higher spiritual and dharmic wisdom. Astrologically Ketu gets exaltated here.

10) When Moon is in Capricorn it shows the form of  Kali where she sits in Shamshaan where devotes aspires for getting the siddh sadhana or blessings in their path. Devotees here are very good in sadhana too. Here goddess kali guides devotees toward right path for moksha.

11) When Moon is in Aquarius it shows the form of Durga the own mooltrikona sign of  Rahu where Mother durga kills the internal Kama,  hidden desires those are hurdles in the path of true wisdom and true spirituality. Here devotees need to surrender their desires in order to get blessings from Maa durga.

12) when Moon is in Pisces it shows the form  Kali, the Mool-trikona sign  of Ketu where divine mother aspires devotees toward moving in the path of Moksha and for understanding true sadhna and diving deep in bhakti and spirituality.

For understanding the true nature of  Divine mother as Natural Ishata from Natal chart one need to check the relation of Moon with other planets in D1, D9 ( trines from Karkamsa) and D20 chart ( Moon and trines/lord from D20 lagana). Most important relation or influence with the 5th house/Lord is most important in understanding which Deity is influencing us in our bhakti marg it could be of Shiva, Gauri or Vishnu but when that planet is influenced by the Moon it changes its form in Devi form (Either Durga/Kali, depending on Pakasha bala of moon). For e.g If  Moon is placed in the 5th house influenced by mars  then it shows the form of  Chamunda. When Moon is influenced  with the Saturn then it shows the form of  Kali. When Moon is with Ketu house in 5th house or it is being influenced by the Ketu or  it is placed in sign of Mars it also shows Kali. When Moon is placed with Rahu either in 5th or trines to lagana it shows the form of  Durga. Even Rahu alone in 5th house shows the form of Durga as Natural deity in chart. The Same principal we can See from trine from Karka amsa too, When Moon, Saturn, Mars or Rahu falls in trine from Karkamasa it also shows the form of devi depending on the which sign they are placed. Usually Watery signs shows the Devi form and Fiery  and Dual Signs shows Vishnu form as Natural Deity but  before approaching to natural deity one must need to thoroughly analyse the D20 chart. Even Placement of Venus with Rahu or Moon also shows form of Maha-maya as in  Maha-laxmi form or can say one of Shakti peeth of Devi. When  Moon is  influenced by Mercury it shows the form of  Tripura Sundari  or form of Lalita Devi.

 

Even we can further Divides Goddess Durga 9 forms in different planets as worshipped during Navratri.

1) Sun Shows worshiping of  Shailputri
2) Moon Shows gauri
3) Mars shows form of  Skanda Mata
4) Mercury shows form of  Katyayani Mata
5) Jupiter shows form of  Brahmacharini
6) Venus shows form of  Kushmandi
7) Saturn shows fierce form of  Kalaratri
8) Rahu shows  Chandraganta

9) Ketu shows Siddhidatri
Now, coming to main essence of Reciting Mahishsura Mardini Stotra helps one to get victory over all difficulties in life. So, here is the stotra for same as translated by S.N Sastri composed by Adi Shankaracharya.
Mahishasura Mardini Stotram

 

 

(English translation by S.N.Sastri)
अयि गिरिनन्दिनि नन्दितमेदिनि विश्वविनोदिनि नन्दिनुते
गिरिवरविन्ध्यशिरोऽधिनिवासिनि विष्णुविलासिनि जिष्णुनुते ।

 

भगवति हे शितिकण्ठकुटुम्बिनि भूरिकुटुम्बिनि भूरिकृते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ १ ॥

 

1. O Daughter of the Mountain, who delight the earth, who make the whole universe enjoy, who are praised by Nandikesvara, who dwell on the summit of the king of mountains, the Vindhyas, who took the form of the consort of Vishnu (as Lakshmi), who are praised by Indra, O consort of Siva (the blue-necked), who have innumerable families, who are the Creatrix of the whole universe, who slew the demon Mahisha, who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.

सुरवरवर्षिणि दुर्धरधर्षिणि दुर्मुखमर्षिणि हर्षरते
त्रिभुवनपोषिणि शङ्करतोषिणि किल्बिषमोषिणि घोषरते

 

दनुजनिरोषिणि दितिसुतरोषिणि दुर्मदशोषिणि सिन्धुसुते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ २ ॥

2. O Daughter of the Mountain, who delight Indra, who crushed the demon Durdhara, who subdued Durmukha, who are immersed in bliss, who nourish all the three worlds, who make Sankara happy, who remove all sins, who delight in celebration, who are angry with Asuras, who destroy evil pride, who destroyed the demon Durdama, who was born as the daughter of the ocean (as Lakshmi), who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.

 

अयि जगदम्ब मदम्ब कदम्ब वनप्रियवासिनि हासरते
शिखरि शिरोमणि तुङ्गहिमलय शृङ्गनिजालय मध्यगते ।


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मधुमधुरे मधुकैटभगञ्जिनि कैटभभञ्जिनि रासरते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ ३ ॥

3. O Mother of the universe, who enjoy dwelling in Kadambavana, who is anointed with perfume, who sport a gentle smile, who dwell in Your abode on the peak of the lofty Himalaya mountain, the crest-jewel among mountains, who enjoy the sweetness of honey, who slew Madhu and Kaitabha, who destroy all sins, who delight in the Raasa dance, who crushed Mahishasura, who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.

अयि शतखण्ड विखण्डितरुण्ड वितुण्डितशुण्द गजाधिपते
रिपुगजगण्ड विदारणचण्ड पराक्रमशुण्ड मृगाधिपते ।

 

निजभुजदण्ड निपातितखण्ड विपातितमुण्ड भटाधिपते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ ४ ॥

 

4. You who eliminated Dhoomralochana and hundreds pf Dhoomras by a mere ‘humkaara’, who slew in battle numerous Raktabijas who rose up from the blood of Raktabija who was weakened in the fight, and, wonder of wonders, who slew in a mighty battle Sumbha, Nisumbha, and the arrogant leaders of the ghosts, who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.

अयि रणदुर्मद शत्रुवधोदित दुर्धरनिर्जर शक्तिभृते
चतुरविचार धुरीणमहाशिव दूतकृत प्रमथाधिपते ।

 

दुरितदुरीह दुराशयदुर्मति दानवदुत कृतान्तमते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ ५ ॥

 

5. You who cut down with the weapon known as ‘Satakhanda’ the heads and trunks of mighty elephants, whose mount is the powerful lion which killed the elephants of the enemy with severe blows on their necks, who killed the ferocious generals of the army of Bhandasura with blows by
your hand, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the  Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.

अयि शरणागत वैरिवधुवर वीरवराभय दायकरे
त्रिभुवनमस्तक शुलविरोधि शिरोऽधिकृतामल शुलकरे ।

 

दुमिदुमितामर धुन्दुभिनादमहोमुखरीकृत दिङ्मकरे

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ ६ ॥

 

6. You whose clinging bangles shine by contact with your body in the festival of the battle with bows, whose enemies are killed by blows on the back of their necks with the weapon known as ‘Sringa’ which is resplendent like gold and yellow in colour, and adorns your hip, You whohave charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
अयि निजहुङ्कृति मात्रनिराकृत धूम्रविलोचन धूम्रशते
समरविशोषित शोणितबीज समुद्भवशोणित बीजलते ।

 

शिवशिवशुम्भ निशुम्भमहाहव तर्पितभूत पिशाचरते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ ७ ॥

 

7. O You whose might remains unbearable even after the burden has been removed by the slaying of arrogant enemies in battle, who made Siva Your messenger—Siva who is foremost in the art of discriminating between right and wrong, who slew the demon messenger who was sinful, cruel, and evil-minded, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
धनुरनुषङ्ग रणक्षणसङ्ग परिस्फुरदङ्ग नटत्कटके
कनकपिशङ्ग पृषत्कनिषङ्ग रसद्भटशृङ्ग हताबटुके ।

 

कृतचतुरङ्ग बलक्षितिरङ्ग घटद्बहुरङ्ग रटद्बटुके

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ ८ ॥

 

8. You whose hands gave protection and boons to the brave husbands of the women in the enemy’s camp who surrendered themselves to You, who wield in Your hand for the slaying of enemies the sanctified trident which removes the sorrows of all the three worlds, who make the quarters resound with the divine musical instrument known as ‘Dundubhi’, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
सुरललना ततथेयि तथेयि कृताभिनयोदर नृत्यरते
कृत कुकुथः कुकुथो गडदादिकताल कुतूहल गानरते ।

 

धुधुकुट धुक्कुट धिंधिमित ध्वनि धीर मृदंग निनादरते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ ९ ॥

 

9. You whose praises are sung by people ever eager to praise You with charming words like ‘victory to You’, who captivate even Siva, the Lord of all beings with the clinging sound of Your anklets, who are fond of dancing with Siva in the sport in which He dances as Ardhanareeswara, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
जय जय जप्य जयेजयशब्द परस्तुति तत्परविश्वनुते
झणझणझिञ्झिमि झिङ्कृत नूपुरशिञ्जितमोहित भूतपते ।

 

नटित नटार्ध नटी नट नायक नाटितनाट्य सुगानरते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ १० ॥

 

10. You who are supremely lustrous and decorated by the flowers in the form of the charming minds of the good, who shine like the moon for the lotuses in a lotus-pond, the movement of whose charming eyes gives the impression of hovering bees, You who have charming locks of hair, O
Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
अयि सुमनःसुमनःसुमनः सुमनःसुमनोहरकान्तियुते
श्रितरजनी रजनीरजनी रजनीरजनी करवक्त्रवृते ।

 

सुनयनविभ्रमर भ्रमरभ्रमर भ्रमरभ्रमराधिपते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ ११ ॥

 

11. You who are fond of the sport in the form of a mighty battle against groups of mighty warriors, who are surrounded by hunters who build their huts with creepers and forest tribes known as Mallikas, Jhillikas and Bhillikas, whose body is soft like the beautiful tender red leaf, You
who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
सहितमहाहव मल्लमतल्लिक मल्लितरल्लक मल्लरते
विरचितवल्लिक पल्लिकमल्लिक झिल्लिकभिल्लिक वर्गवृते ।

 

शितकृतफुल्ल समुल्लसितारुण तल्लजपल्लव सल्ललिते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ १२ ॥

12. You whose gait is like that of a well-nourished lordly elephant in rut along whose cheeks there is an abundant flow of ichor, You who took the form of Goddess Lakshmi, the daughter of the ocean of milk which is the place of origin of the moon which is the eternal ornament of the three worlds, who captivate even Manmatha who captivates the minds of beautiful women full of desire, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.

अविरलगण्ड गलन्मदमेदुर मत्तमतङ्गजराजपते
त्रिभुवनभूषण भूतकलानिधि रूपपयोनिधि राजसुते ।

 

अयि सुदतीजन लालसमानस मोहन मन्मथराजसुते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ १३ ॥

 

13. O You whose forehead is incomparable and is lustrous like a tender beautiful lotus petal, who are the repository of all kinds of dances and are like the gently cooing swan, in whose hair there is an array of bees, whose hair is adorned with a garland of beautiful flowers, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
कमलदलामल कोमलकान्ति कलाकलितामल भाललते
सकलविलास कलानिलयक्रम केलिचलत्कल हंसकुले ।

 

अलिकुलसङ्कुल कुवलयमण्डल मौलिमिलद्बकुलालिकुले

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ १४ ॥

 

14. You who put to shame even the koel with the sweet tunes spreading out from Your flute, who move about among the creepers in the Kailasa mountain, who enjoy the dances of Your divine damsels and various other sports, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
करमुरलीरव वीजितकूजित लज्जितकोकिल मञ्जुमते
मिलितपुलिन्द मनोहरगुञ्जित रञ्जितशैल निकुञ्जगते ।

 

निजगणभूत महाशबरीगण सद्गुणसम्भृत केलितले

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ १५ ॥

 

15. You set at nought even the splendour of the moon with the charm of your reddish body, black locks of hair and the yellow robe worn around the waist, whose toe-nails shine with the resplendence of the gems in the crowns of the gods and asuras who prostrate before You, whose high breasts quiver as if by the force of the torrents of water flowing down from the summits of the Meru mountain which was conquered by Lord Siva, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
कटितटपीत दुकूलविचित्र मयुखतिरस्कृत चन्द्ररुचे
प्रणतसुरासुर मौलिमणिस्फुर दंशुलसन्नख चन्द्ररुचे

 

जितकनकाचल मौलिमदोर्जित निर्भरकुञ्जर कुम्भकुचे

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ १६ ॥

 

16. You who by Your splendour defeat even the sun with thousands of rays, You who are prostrated to by the sun god with his thousands of rays, You who were praised by the son of Tarakasura after that asura was killed by Your son Lord Subrahmanya in the battle between the gods and Tarakasura when the gods were defeated, You who were pleased with the chanting of mantras by the royal sage Suratha and the Vaisya named Samadhi who was himself like samadhi and who prayed for nirvikalpa samadhi, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
विजितसहस्रकरैक सहस्रकरैक सहस्रकरैकनुते
कृतसुरतारक सङ्गरतारक सङ्गरतारक सूनुसुते ।

 

सुरथसमाधि समानसमाधि समाधिसमाधि सुजातरते ।

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ १७ ॥

 

17. Whoever constantly worships Your lotus feet, You who are the abode of compassion and who are auspiciousness itself, he will certainly be endowed with all prosperity. O Goddess Parvati, I who always meditate on Your lotus feet looking upon them as my ultimate refuge will certainly get it. O Goddess Lakshmi, who bestow everything on devotees, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
पदकमलं करुणानिलये वरिवस्यति योऽनुदिनं सुशिवे
अयि कमले कमलानिलये कमलानिलयः स कथं न भवेत् ।

 

तव पदमेव परम्पदमित्यनुशीलयतो मम किं न शिवे

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ १८ ॥

 

18. Whoever sprinkles the sacred precincts of Your abode with water from a golden pot will attain the position of Indra by Your grace. O consort of Lord Siva, I take refuge at Your holy feet. Deign to bless me with all prosperity, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
कनकलसत्कलसिन्धुजलैरनुषिञ्चति तेगुणरङ्गभुवम्
भजति स किं न शचीकुचकुम्भतटीपरिरम्भसुखानुभवम् ।

 

तव चरणं शरणं करवाणि नतामरवाणि निवासि शिवम्

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ १९ ॥

 

19. Whoever repeatedly meditates on Your divine face adorned by the crescent moon, will he ever be rejected by beautiful women like those in Indra’s abode? O most valued treasure of Siva, why do You not fulfill my wishes, You who have charming locks of hair, O Daughter of the Mountain, hail unto You, hail unto You.
तव विमलेन्दुकुलं वदनेन्दुमलं सकलं ननु कूलयते
किमु पुरुहूतपुरीन्दु मुखी सुमुखीभिरसौ विमुखीक्रियते ।

 

मम तु मतं शिवनामधने भवती कृपया किमुत क्रियते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ २० ॥

 

20. O Goddess Uma, deign to bestow on me also Your compassion, You who are always inclined to shower compassion on the weak, O Goddess Rama, may You be hailed as the Mother of the universe. You are my mother also. I too am Your son. You may reject my prayer if it is not proper. Deign to remove my sorrow.
अयि मयि दीन दयालुतया कृपयैव त्वया भवितव्यमुमे
अयि जगतो जननी कृपयासि यथासि तथानुमितासिरते ।

 

यदुचितमत्र भवत्युररीकुरुतादुरुतापमपाकुरुते

 

जय जय हे महिषासुरमर्दिनि रम्यकपर्दिनि शैलसुते ॥ २१ ॥

 


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21. (Salutations to the Divine Mother) You Must Bestow Your Grace on Me, O Mother Uma, Who is Compassionate to the Miserable. O Mother of the Universe; Just as Your Grace is Showered (on the Devotees), In the Same Manner are Your Arrows Scattered (on the Enemies). Please do Whatever is Appropriate at this time, O Worshipful Mother, to Remove My Sorrows and Afflictions which has become Difficult for me to bear. Victory to You, the Destroyer of the Demon Mahishasura, Who has Beautiful Locks of Hair and Who is the Daughter of the Mountain.

Here is the English  Pronunciation for same :

Ayi Giri-Nandini Nandita-Medini Vishva-Vinodini Nandi-Nute
Giri-Vara-Vindhya-Shiro-[A]dhi-Nivaasini Vissnnu-Vilaasini Jissnnu-Nute |
Bhagavati He Shiti-Kannttha-Kuttumbini Bhuri-Kuttumbini Bhuri-Krte
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 1 ||

Suravara-Varssinni Durdhara-Dharssinni Durmukha-Marssinni Harssa-Rate
Tribhuvana-Possinni Shangkara-Tossinni Kilbissa-Mossinni Ghossa-Rate
Danuja-Nirossinni Diti-Suta-Rossinni Durmada-Shossinni Sindhu-Sute
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 2 ||

Ayi Jagad[t]-Amba Mad-Amba Kadamba Vana-Priyavaasini Haasa-Rate
Shikhari Shiro-Manni Tungga-Himalaya Shrngga-Nija-[Aa]laya Madhya-Gate |
Madhu-Madhure Madhu-Kaittabha-Gan.jini Kaittabha-Bhan.jini Raasa-Rate
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 3 ||

Ayi Shata-Khanndda Vikhannddita-Runndda Vitunnddita-Shunnda Gaja-[A]dhipate
Ripu-Gaja-Ganndda Vidaaranna-Canndda Paraakrama-Shunndda Mrga-[A]dhipate |
Nija-Bhuja-Danndda Nipaatita-Khanndda Vipaatita-Munndda Bhatta-[A]dhipate
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 4 ||

Ayi Ranna-Durmada Shatru-Vadho[a-U]dita Durdhara-Nirjara Shakti-Bhrte
Catura-Vicaara Dhuriinna-Mahaashiva Duuta-Krta Pramatha-[A]dhipate |
Durita-Duriiha Duraashaya-Durmati Daanava-Duta Krtaanta-Mate
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 5 ||

Ayi Sharannaagata Vairi-Vadhuvara Viiravara-[A]bhaya Daaya-Kare
Tribhuvana-Mastaka Shula-Virodhi Shiro-[A]dhikrta-[A]mala Shula-Kare |
Dumi-Dumi-Taamara Dhundubhi-Naadam-Aho-Mukhariikrta Dingma-Kare
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 6 ||

Ayi Nija-Hungkrti Maatra-Niraakrta Dhumravilocana Dhumra-Shate
Samara-Vishossita Shonnita-Biija Samudbhava-Shonnita Biija-Late |
Shiva-Shiva-Shumbha Nishumbha-Mahaahava Tarpita-Bhuta Pishaaca-Rate
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 7 ||

Dhanur-Anussangga Ranna-Kssanna-Sangga Parisphurad-Angga Nattat-Kattake
Kanaka-Pishangga Prssatka-Nissangga Rasad-Bhatta-Shrngga Hataa-Battuke |
Krta-Caturangga Bala-Kssiti-Rangga Ghattad-Bahu-Rangga Rattad-Battuke
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 8 ||

Sura-Lalanaa Tatatheyi Tatheyi Krta-Abhinayo-[U]dara Nrtya-Rate
Krta Kukuthah Kukutho Gaddadaadika-Taala Kutuuhala Gaana-Rate |
Dhudhukutta Dhukkutta Dhimdhimita Dhvani Dhiira Mrdamga Ninaada-Rate
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 9 ||

Jaya Jaya Japya Jaye-Jaya-Shabda Para-Stuti Tat-Para-Vishva-Nute
Jhanna-Jhanna-Jhin.jhimi Jhingkrta Nuupura-Shin.jita-Mohita Bhuuta-Pate |
Nattita Nattaardha Nattii Natta Naayaka Naattita-Naattya Su-Gaana-Rate
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 10 ||

Ayi Sumanah-Sumanah-Sumanah Sumanah-Sumanohara-Kaanti-Yute
Shrita-Rajanii Rajanii-Rajanii Rajanii-Rajanii Kara-Vaktra-Vrte |
Sunayana-Vi-Bhramara Bhramara-Bhramara Bhramara-Bhramara-[A]dhipate
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 11 ||

Sahita-Mahaahava Mallama-Tallika Malli-Tarallaka Malla-Rate
Viracita-Vallika Pallika-Mallika Jhillika-Bhillika Varga-Vrte |
Shita-Krta-Phulla Samullasita-[A]runna Tallaja-Pallava Sal-Lalite
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 12 ||

Avirala-Ganndda Galan-Mada-Medura Matta-Matanggaja-Raaja-Pate
Tri-Bhuvana-Bhuussanna Bhuuta-Kalaanidhi Ruupa-Payo-Nidhi Raaja-Sute |
Ayi Sudatii-Jana Laalasa-Maanasa Mohana Manmatha-Raaja-Sute
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 13 ||

Kamala-Dala-[A]mala Komala-Kaanti Kalaa-Kalita-[A]mala Bhaalalate
Sakala-Vilaasa Kalaa-Nilaya-Krama Keli-Calat-Kala Hamsa-Kule |
Alikula-Sangkula Kuvalaya-Mannddala Mouli-Milad-Bakula-Ali-Kule
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 14 ||

Kara-Muralii-Rava Viijita-Kuujita Lajjita-Kokila Man.ju-Mate
Milita-Pulinda Manohara-Gun.jita Ran.jita-Shaila Nikun.ja-Gate |
Nija-Ganna-Bhuuta Mahaa-Shabarii-Ganna Sad-Gunna-Sambhrta Keli-Tale
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 15 ||

Kattitatta-Piita Dukuula-Vicitra Mayukha-Tiraskrta Candra-Ruce
Prannata-Suraasura Mouli-Manni-Sphura d-Amshula-Sannakha Candra-Ruce
Jita-Kanaka-[A]cala Mouli-Mado[a-Uu]rjita Nirbhara-Kun.jara Kumbha-Kuce
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 16 ||

Vijita-Sahasra-Karaika Sahasra-Karaika Sahasra-Karaika-Nute
Krta-Sura-Taaraka Sanggara-Taaraka Sanggara-Taaraka Suunu-Sute |
Suratha-Samaadhi Samaana-Samaadhi Samaadhi-Samaadhi Sujaata-Rate |
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 17 ||

Pada-Kamalam Karunnaa-Nilaye Varivasyati Yo-[A]nudinam Su-Shive
Ayi Kamale Kamalaa-Nilaye Kamalaa-Nilayah Sa Katham Na Bhavet |
Tava Padam-Eva Param-Padam-Ity-Anushiilayato Mama Kim Na Shive
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 18 ||

Kanaka-Lasat-Kala-Sindhu-Jalair-Anussin.cati Te-Gunna-Rangga-Bhuvam
Bhajati Sa Kim Na Shacii-Kuca-Kumbha-Tattii-Parirambha-Sukha-[A]nubhavam |
Tava Carannam Sharannam Kara-Vaanni Nata-Amara-Vaanni Nivaasi Shivam
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 19 ||

Tava Vimale[a-I]ndu-Kulam Vadane[a-I]ndu-Malam Sakalam Nanu Kuula-Yate
Kimu Puruhuuta-Purii-Indu Mukhii Sumukhiibhir-Asou Vimukhii-Kriyate |
Mama Tu Matam Shiva-Naama-Dhane Bhavatii Krpayaa Kimuta Kriyate
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 20 ||

Ayi Mayi Diina Dayaalu-Tayaa Krpaya-Iva Tvayaa Bhavitavyam-Ume
Ayi Jagato Jananii Krpayaasi Yathaasi Tathanu-mita-Asira-Te |
Yad-Ucitam-Atra Bhavatyurarii-Kurutaa-Duru-Taapam-Apaakurute
Jaya Jaya He Mahissaasura-Mardini Ramya-Kapardini Shaila-Sute || 21 ||

Here is the YouTube link for same: 

 

 

With thanks and Regards,
Rakesh Singh Jamwal
Source and Reference:
Translation by S.N Shashtri
http://mocomi.com

 

Ayurveda and Herbal Plants Research Series – The Ayurveda/Herbal Plant Remedy for Mercury, those are born in Jyestha Nakashtra Moon Sign or Ascendant.





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The  Ayurveda/Herbal  Plant Remedy for those are born in Jyestha Nakashtra Moon Sign or Ascendant.

(Commonly known as Tooth brush tree, Sandpaper Tree, Streblus Asper, Aporosa lindleyana- Same family)

Botanical Name : Streblus Asper lour.

Common Name :
Siora, Karchanna ( Hindi), Sakhota, Akshadhara (Sanskrit).

Hindi Names : Daheya, Dahia, Karchanna, Rusa, Sahora, Sihora

Malayalam: Paruvamaram, Sakhotavrksam

Sanskrit: Akshadhara, Bhutavasa, Bhutavriksha, Dhukavasa, Karkashachhada, Kharacchada, Pitaphalaka, Pishachandru, Pitaphala, Pitaphalaka, Rukshapatra, Sakata, Shakhota, Shankhinivasa.

English: Sand Paper Mulberry, Sahor, Siamese Rough-Bush, Paper Bark.

Bengali: Sheoda, Sheora.

Gujrati: Sahoda.

Kannada: Mittlamara, Ponnolige, Mittle Mara, Mittli Mara, Mitli, Punje.

Malayalam: Pirayan, Pirai, Paravamaram, Paruva.

Marathi: Sahod, Karvatee, Karvati, Karera, Karaoli, Karchanua, Rusa.

Oriya: Sahod.

Punjabi: Shebda, Jindi, Dahya.

Tamil: Pirayan Pirai, Prayara, Palpirai, Kuttippala.

Telugu: Berrenka, Barninka, Bariniki, Bari Venka, Barranki, Pakki.


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Urdu: Sehoda.

For More Detailed info : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Streblus_asper

General Characteristics:

The Next Nakshatra Category in Scorpio Sign is Jyestha Nakshatra. Those who are born in Jyestha as birth nakshatra or having Jyestha Nakshatra as their ascendant should follow these medical remedies. 

The Lord Shani Dev, along with the goddess Jyestha, the god Yama, Vehicle of Shanidev – the crow and the goddess Nirrti all are associated with this nakshatra as mentioned in Hindu mythological scriptures, that’s why they all have a close relation with Jyestha nakshatra for Black mystic powers associated with tantras and black magic.Mainly It has been seen that Blackmagic has a close relationship with the imbalance in Vayu-tattva or Pran Vayu in our body, it reduces the flow of Prana Vayu in our body. In Astrological understanding Planet, Mercury is closely associated with this type of Vata dosha because of imbalance of Vayu in body. Further, it has been observed that Black powers always attacks first Prana Vayu in our body then it controls our brain.Imbalance of Vayu in the body creates Brain fog and total loss of control over brain motors required for body functioning.  

For Reducing this sort of negative impact on Jyestha born people, feeding to Black Crow and using the roots of the plants associated with the Jyestha nakshatra could be very helpful in nullifying the malefic impact of Mercury on native mental and physical health’s via tantra and mantra.

That’s the only reason why it is considered as the mysterious sign of black Magician and same its herb is used in many of black magic rituals too, & many of those practices are done under this nakshatra. Many of the people those having much interest in black magic or fall prey to black-magic are born with in this nakshatra
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Fruits and leaves

The Herbal and mystical Plant fall in Jyestha Nakshatra is ” Sandpaper Tree or Aporosa lindleyana or Streblus Asper or Akshadhara or Siora”. Those Natives Having Jyestha Nakshatra or ascendant, falling in Scorpio Sign should plant this in Temple or Donate these trees to get beneficial results for curing the malefic effect in their birth nakshatra for scorpions.

Spiritual & Astrological Significance

It is a mystical Herbal plant/tree and have many uses in day to day life.According to the Sthala purana  of  the Dharukavaneshwarar temple in Tirauparaaithurai as explained by Author Nandita Krishna in ” Sacred Plants of India” , lord shiva stood in the form of Swayambhu Linga under this tree and since then the place and the deity of this temple named after this sacred tree and even in people living in Ganjram district in orissa have local rituals to get marry with this tree if she has not secured a husband before she attains maturity age.

Tree Structure of Streblus Asper

Astrologically, Basic Nature of this nakshatra fall in Siora tree is Rakshas Gana, making them too much self centred dispositions and presiding deity is Indra – King of the Gods usually gives Immense sexual appetite, hunger for power, controlling others, Acute jealousy, sometime urge for adultery too being inhabitant nature of indra as seen in historic details.So native of Jyestha Nakshatra Should plant this tree in temple areas to reduce the negative traits of Rakshasa vriti.Those having any planet in Badhak Sthan (For Capricorn Lagna, Scorpio Sign is falling in their 11th house -which is a natural  house of the badha (The form of Rudra – Hara for punishing our bad deeds and the sign link with this house is scorpio, associated with root reason of our karmic sufferings and mainly three nakshatras are falling under this sign, whereas the jyestha is most prone to get affected by the badhaka first, As its ruling lord is Mercury, ruling our brain, Vata Tattva,  which always get effect first by the black and mystic powers, -same goes with the deity – the Indra who always rules or try to control others, that’s why Jyestha native mostly having basic tendency toward power and jealousy and always have deep rooted interest toward Black magic activities, occult or tantra when it is associated with the Badhka graha or sign,  as it is most prone to the badhaka nakshatra among rest of two nakshatras in scorpio),  especially in Jyestha nakshatra can also plant this tree to  get free from health and diseases of Vata dosha.

In Our Panch Anga System, Nakshatra always seen for the good health and longevity of the native, so any spiritual, medicinal and Herbs/plants/tree connected with the nakshatras always give long life and good health to the native. 

Even use of Juices, barks and leaves can work as wonder for the native those are connected with the nakshatras.

So, overall meditation under this tree, use of herbs for mental protection, or planting and Use of Ayurvedic paste of Siora in body will be very helpful for jyestha nakshatra born natives for nullifying any diseases or for long life of native.

Common Diseases based on Astrological Significance :

These Natives usually get, Frequent temperature issues, dysentery, cough and cold, asthmatic attack, Vaat Rog, and the stomach problems are the  mainly possible diseases they may face. Many a times it has been seen giving Disturbed Mind of native too, with regular insomnia problem, uncontrolled acute headache, Mental stresses, too much disturbing thoughts. It is noticed that these people are affected with one or the other health problems frequently. He/she may also have severe pain in arms and shoulders too.

For fixing these issues native should plant Sandpaper tree in their garden, near Temple, Forest area or around their surroundings or to meditate under them for better results, or they can use the herbal pastes from leaves and roots on any of afflicted body part.Medicinal values of these tree is magical and we can use much of it as herb and even we can use as toothbrush or paste too for curing above diseases.

This herb is Found mostly in Southern side of India and in srilanka.

Herbs Description: 

Herbs descriptions : Yellow fruits with Sharp leaves

Medium-sized dioecious tree. Leaves simple, elliptic-oblong, glabrous. Male flowers in spikes, fascicled, yellowish; stamens 2 – 3. Female flowers in short fascicled racemes. Fruit sub-globose capsule, crowned with short style, opening irregularly. Seeds enclosed in yellow pulp.

Uses: 



Plant (nodes) paste is applied on forehead for headache. It has cooling effect.Leaf mucilage is massaged over head for rhinitis and running nose. Oil prepared using its leaf is applied for burns, and also on head for preventing hair fall. Young shoot tip boiled in coconut oil is applied for burns, ulcers and bruises.

Young shoot tip ground in milk is given for leucorrhoea. Root decoration is given for jaundice,fever and headache. Tender shoot tip and cumin seeds crushed and heated with coconut oil are applied for burns. Leaf paste is applied for tennis elbow and joint pain.

35 gm root crushed, boiled in four cup water and reduced to one cup is given two times in case of insanity and sleeplessness. Fruit is an appetizer, cooling and is useful for cold. Plant extract is used to remove the Strychnos poisoning. Tender shoot tip is fried in coconut oil and the residue is applied to remove marks of burn.

Root decoration is given internally, while leaf extract in water is applied over head and also as bath for insanity, sleeplessness and anxiety. Young leaf along with cumin and coriander seeds are made into a decoction which is used with sugar and milk as tea to remove poison that entered through food.

Fruit is edible and is useful for rheumatism. Root decoction is given for jaundice and protein discharge through urine. Shoot tip along with raw rice ground in water or lime juice is applied for all types of furuncles. Shoot tip ground with cumin seeds in milk is given for 15 daysin case of leucorrhoea and all other types of bleeding’s. When oil gets separated while heating its leaf juice and paste with coconut milk, copra gratings and hair ash are added to it and the same is applied for burns. Leaf and that of Cucurbita pepo are ground into paste and is applied immediately after burns.

Identification :


The toothbrush tree or sandpaper tree is a member of the Moraceae family so is related to the banyan, peepal, mulberry, shahtoot mulberry, Punjab fig, European fig, the Tropical fig (Ficus septica) and to the Jackfruit trees. It is native to the Indian subcontinent, southern China, Thailand, Myanmar, the Philippines, Malaysia and Sri Lanka.

It is a small tree growing to around 10 metres with dense branches, and has small yellow fruit which look a little like loquats. In the Philippines it is known as Kalios and in India it is the Shakhotaka. Its leaves are like sandpaper, hence one of its English names, and these have been used as toothbrushes (the other English name) and for oral hygiene.

Medicinal Values:



Sandpaper Tree bark when boiled in water can be used as a disinfectant for wounds and skin problems. Decoction of the bark of this tree is used for fever, diarrhoea and dysentery, chewing itself as an antidote to snake bites.

The powdered root is used for diarrhoea and dysentery and can be made into a poultice for ulcers on the skin. The root is used for epilepsy, inflammation and boils, and the root extract is astringent and antiseptic. The bark exudes a latex when cut which is used in India for chapped hands and feet. It is also used for swollen glands, being put on them externally. The seeds are used for nosebleeds, piles and diarrhoea too.


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An extract of the leaves has been shown to have antimicrobial properties, stated that the tree possesses antioxidant, anti-allergic, antimalarial, anti-cancer, cardio-tonic and insecticidal properties.

The volatile oil from the leaves showed “significant anticancer activity” as does an extract of the root according to a further study Abstract B73: “Chemopreventive effect of Streblus asper, a bonsai plant, on osteosarcoma cells: A Preliminary Study” Azman Seeni et al. Cancer Prevention Research 3 (Meeting Abstract Supplement) B73 January 7th 2010.

This study suggests that the antioxidant compounds in the root extract such as caffeic acid may act as carcinogenic inhibitors, although further research is needed to substantiate the findings and to carry the work further.

Ayurveda nature and Use :

In Ayurvedic medicine the leaves are used to help promote the milk-flow of breast-feeding mothers, as well as being used as poultices for boils and skin ulcers. The roots are used for diarrhoea and dysentery while a decoration of the bark is also given for these ailments and for fevers. The latex from the tree is sometimes applied to the temples in cases of neuralgia and a paste made from the seeds is applied to leucoderma.

In Bangladesh parts of the tree are used for syphilis and other STDs and for cholera, piles, wounds and as a mild pain reliever or analgesic.

Clearly more research is needed to discover the mechanisms which cause this tree to have such beneficial effects on human diseases.

In Sanskrit, bark of Streblus asper is known as Sakhotaka and known as katu Vipaka herb as its taste bitter,  usually gives pungent smell after digestion and it is hot (Pittha) nature herb. it is an Ushna Virya herb; means tendency to give ” hot potency “, which can subdues Vata and Kapha nature and increases Pitta. It has property of digestion, vomiting and purging, and gives feeling of lightness but It is considered bad for sperms and fetus. It is useful in indigestion, low appetite, nausea and piles.

Even with the hot nature Sakhotaka is also a Katu Vipak herb, means which can  gives bitter taste  after digestion.

Katu Viapk herbs, increases dryness in body. Such foods reduce fertility and Kapha.

Tri Guna Balance of Sakhota :
Kaphahara: Pacifies Kapha Dosha
Vatahara: Pacifies Vata Dosh
Medohar: Reduces obesity

Therapeutic Uses in Ayurveda:

Raktapitta (Bleeding disorder)


Arsha (Piles)

Shlipada (filaria)

Apachi (scrofula glandular swellings)

Prameha (Urinary problems)

Kushtha (Skin disease)

Gandamala (Cervical lymphadenitis)

Etymology: 

Saroli (shampoo) and Bolsaroli (white shampoo) arose as the leaves of this plant are used as shampoo and white coloured bark.

Note: 

Fruits are edible. Tender shoot tip paste is applied to the crushed Borassus inflorescences to increase the quantity of toddy during toddy tapping. Plant is used in black magic.


Spiritual Remedy :

Those having Afflicted Nakashtra lord Should worship lord Vishnu or fierce feminine Deities like Durga or Kali and root Mantra for this nakashtra is ” OM DHAM”.

With thanks and Regards,

Rakesh Singh Jamwal

Source and Reference:
Sacred Plants of India by By Nanditha Krishna
Wikipedia


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RinanubandhanTheory part 1: Understanding Karmic, Soulmates and Twin flame relations


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The Deeper Concept of Rnanubandha and Karmic Relations 
Introduction

First of all you need to understand what is karama and what are karmic relationships and how both are interlinked with  Debt of pasts. That shows reason for those seeds and how are they interrelated to the Past births Karmic actions, as said below Karama is neither a punishment nor a treat its just a way to know about yourself and unfulfilled desires those are keep revolving from past birth cosmic cycles. For understanding Karmic Cycle one need to understand the essence of Karama from Bhagwad Gita.

Story Begins:

During the Mahabharta war, Bhishma knew very well that even he was with the Kauravas; but it was only his body and not his heart that was with them. 

So he said to Yudhishthira

“My son, Duryodhana was doomed when he brushed aside Krishna’s advice; your victory was assured. During the war, Place Shikhandi before me and I shall throw down my bow and arrows. I shall not fight.”

Now Question arises Why Shikhandi ??

“Bhishma knew that Shikhandi was none other than Amba whom he had refused to marry in past life. She wanted vengeance from him. Later She then meditated on to Lord Shiva; she wanted a boon that she would kill Bhishma. Lord Shiva granted her the boon; she was born again to kill Bhishma but he refused to consider Shikhandi as a man and would not fight with him.”

This again shows Karmic links always come forward to us in any form either in vengeance or in love, or hatred and many a times it comes as sufferings too, one has to pay his karmic debt in the form of Runanubandham (Karmic Relation with them).  

Further, During the end of Kurukshetra War, when Bhishma was lying down pierced by thousand arrows of Arjuna, Bhishma explained to Arjuna about the Past life as follows:

“O Pandavas! Everything is result of our deeds in past life. Without sowing seeds, plants never sprout. Similarly, good or bad deeds done in past life give good and bad results in the present life. By making charities in past life, one gets enormous wealth in present life without any effort.  

Tapas made in past life yields pleasures in present life. 

Service done to elders and gurus in past life results in acquiring knowledge and intelligence without studying under any guru. If one observes non violence in past life then that person lives for long age in present life. 

Therefore, Sadhu / Saintly people always observe nonviolence, make charities, regard gurus, serve elders and guests etc. Then only they enjoy pleasures in next life. So it’s all about doing Good or Bad Karmas in past life that one get a good or bad result in present life.”

(Mahabharta,  Bhishma Parva,chapters 43 – 124)

Moral of the Story:


Its the Karama that become the reason of this birth, after accumulating new karamas it leads to the basis of your next birth. After the death, soul of a person gathers all accumulated karamas from current one like a reservoir in that person’s mind. Later Divinity or God as per the divine Karmic law takes a handful of those Karmas and further it leads to a new karmic seed in the form of body. 

So if a person has done good Karmas with those individual people, he/she might gets a good godly body in heavens first and then further they takes birth in a same learned, Religious and dutiful families, forms Close association with those family members in as a brother, sister, mother or father as a part of Karmic Rina, those having done good karama with that soul, during this whole process they enjoys relations with them. 

If he/she has done bad karmas in past life then that person’s soul further goes to lower wombs of birds and animals.After moving through those lower Varnas, exhausting bad karmic seeds Soul further takes birth in those families having bad pending karmic deeds with them to further clear off debts in the form of karmic relations.This way process of Birth and death in the karmic relations keep going on unless and until karmas neutralises into zero.

Below are verses of Bhagwat Gita further justifies the Laws of Karama and connection with the Rnanubandhan Theory:

“sariram yad avapnoti yac chapy utkramatishvarah grhitvaitani samyati vayur gandhan ivasayat” 
(Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Fifteen verse 8)

“Sri Krishna said: O Arjuna, As the wind carries away odours from their seat, even so the Jivatma (soul), the lord of the body, snatching these (the mind & the senses) from the body, which it casts off, migrates into the body, which it acquires.

“yada sattve pravrddhe tu pralayam yati deha-bhrt
tadottama-vidam lokan amalan pratipadyate”

(Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Fourteen verse 14)

“Sri Krishna said: O Arjuna, When one dies in the mode of goodness, he attains to the pure higher planets of the great sages.”

“rajasi pralayam gatva karma-sangisu jayate
tatha pralinas tamasi mudha-yonisu jayate”

(Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Fourteen verse 15)

“Sri Krishna said: O Arjuna, When one dies in the mode of passion, he takes birth among those engaged in fruit producing activities (i.e. as a man or woman on earth); and when one dies in the mode of ignorance, he takes birth in the bird & animal kingdom.”

This shows that its Karamic debts which become the seed of our many births we take in any given life cycle.

If we See further Definition of Karmic action, Below mentioned quotes are well justifying the theory:

Karma has been a pop culture term for ages. But really, what the heck is it?Karma is not an inviolate engine of cosmic punishment. Rather, it is a neutral sequence of acts, results, and consequences. 

Receiving misfortune does not necessarily indicate that one has committed evil. But it is a sufficient indicator of something else. 

And that something else can be anything, as long as it is a logical consequence of what has come before.  

Consider: if you fall into a well, you are not a bad person who deserves to suffer—you are merely someone who took a wrong step. Or someone who had one drink too many. Or got a head rush due to poor circulation. Or forgot to wear your glasses. Or— 

The reasons are plentiful, and all plausible. But the chain of cause and effect goes way, way back into the deepest hoariest recesses of your personal past.So never rule out retribution. But never expect it.” 

by Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration
When you seek questions those are unfulfilled and having no clue from anywhere, that simply indicates those are nothing but are deep rooted lessons of past karmic actions.

“If you want to know the answer to ‘Who am I?’, then you will have to go to a Gnani purush [the enlightened one]. The Gnani Purush will give you Knowledge of your real Self [Who Am I] in the presence of the egoism. Thereafter your accounts (karmic) will be settled [& things will start falling in place].If the ‘effect’ is experienced, [karmic] bondage is created. If one experiences the ‘effects’ alone by himself, the [karmic] bondage will not be sticky. If he involves another person in it, the karmic bondage will be sticky.”  

― Dada Bhagwan

Definition from the The Padma Puran

“Runanubhanda Rupena Pashu Patni Suta Aalaya Runakshaye Kshyayaanthi Tatra Parivedana.”

(Padama Puran)

Meaning: Every Relations are the result of previous birth bondage. Once the debt is annihilated there is no relationship and hence end of suffering in this Samsara.


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 Hypothesis Says: 

It’s not easy to understand what are karmic relationships which bound us from many years or why we are just stick to them from our childhoods days with many of people we interact, share, love and responds them in a unique way. The best way to understand Karmic bondage’s is to just keep silent and understand them and ask millions of questions to your soul itself.

In Layman language, A karmic relationship is a deep rooted karmic actions based romantic bond that is formed with someone whom you feel connected always and somehow you thinks you are made for and most probably it might be belong from your soul group categories in order to repent, heal past life lessons and pain a soul is going through from many years. 

Karmic relationships are the type of category that looks like a soulmate type bond that no one wants in a direct way, but ultimately everyone will get it in karmic cycle of this birth. These bonds are difficult to understand and are emotionally very taxing, sometime it takes shapes of abusive and verbal conflicts, and most important it has controlling and manipulative nature in sense.


There is no way to get out from such karmic bonds until and unless soul deeply learn his karmic lessons those are pending from this birth system meanwhile they keep moving in a cosmic cycle for years to understand each other. The only way to heal and understand a karmic relationship is when one or the other person try to understand its spiritual background of relations and take a decision to steps out of the karmic cycle and grows spiritually.

For ending a karmic relation, someone need to become stronger, broader and he has to be think deeper meaning of life and grow himself spiritually. When any one from the karmic relation decides to walks away from the bond completely – either via physically and energetically – the relationship will be over.

To fully understand and heal a karmic relationship, you need to think much time to self realize or evaluate within yourself, look within yourself to fully understand the process of whole bond i.e  the lessons, the relationship has taught you before you decided to move over for the next relationship.

Is it a Chain of Karmic Relations or Really True Soul Mate exist : The Seed of Karmic Lessons

If you directly jump into a new relationship immediately without even realising, repenting or self evaluating the  whole situation of bond without understanding the pattern of relationship, things will keep repeating themselves again and again in any new relationship because the deep rooted issues have not been fully healed and realised yet. 

Decision to Jumping again into a new relationship too soon after ending the last karmic bond will again reopen the aspects of the pattern cycle of karmic sufferings. The whole essence  in a karmic bond in any karmic suffering is to realise the mistake you are keep doing in past relationships. You must need to give the time and wounds created by all the relationship and the time they need to teach and heal you.


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Once you have learned the karmic lessons and patterns of keep falling in multiple relationships and you had tried to broken down this pattern via growing spiritually, at the end you will be free from all of your patterns in a one way go and you will a free bird for forever where there will be no pending karma is in your basket . Even This cycle will be complete itself for the other person too, on it’s own, without involving in any participation from you.If you have tried himself to fully heal the lessons within yourself, in any life you will be free from all the pending past karmic relations.
The only way to meet true love soulmates will only be possible after the final ending realisation and breaking the pattern of karmas, learning, suffering and after healing the a karmic bond reason being karmic relationship comes up in our life to show us the guilt, repent and the unhealed pain we are carrying from many births. 

When you heal the pain you carry with your karmic cycle, you will be open to experiencing the true love mate you truly deserve in this life cycle.

Does Astrology Has Answer ? The Investigation

Astrologically, we can understand those karmic bonds but not in an easy lay man language via what we are studying from classical scriptures but yes there are many tools and system to understand ” runanubandham” concept or Karmic relations between two people via Jamini and Nadi systems.I have tried to explain the concept of karmic relationships and Runanubandha concept from many of jamini sutras and what i have observed from past many years in many different charts. but first of all we need to understand the basic concept, what actually is Runanubandha or Karmic debit of two people or the people we interact with them.



What are Soul mates, are they different then Karmic Relations ?

Well spiritually a Soul Mate can be any of relation that has any place in your life, it can be your family member or can be your friend too or love mate too. These are special purpose  souls that come into our lives for stronger reasons that has greater lessons and teachings are connected with it.

Every human being has categories of soul i.e Satvik, Tamasik or Rajasic etc and when we encounter any other such souls in our lives with following tatava in them,  it usually creates frictions like a two energy forces can create different, intriguing and challenging effects. Some souls will feels that they have known each other from another lifetimes, some might clash, and some might feels like they have never met such person’s  company ever.

Some of the souls those comes into our lives  help us growing love and wisdom in each other, while others help us in learning difficult life lessons or realising universal truths might be in harsh way or in true manner.

Each of those soul comes into our lives creates significant life transforming moments for a greater purpose.

Spiritually Soul Mates serve as mirrors of ourselves. What we see in another soul reflects our own soul.

When we are capable of seeing others souls as ‘mates’, (including our enemies), as members of our family that are there to teach us life lessons, then our whole perception and relation to other people changes entirely.

Now understand What is the deeper meaning of ” Runanubandha ” ?

We take birth in a family, we meet friends, we meet parents, we meet many partners, we indulge with them, we create further karmas and finally after doing many sins and karmic actions we fall in a good relationship or either  we feel like marriage is a burden to us, we feels that parents are not listening to us and we leave our parents and close friends circle and live in an isolation to repent those sufferings; question is why it so ??. Logic is very clear we carry our certain karmas and we exhaust some of them and those we left we took away with for our next birth, don’t you think- there is a deep mystery in this karmic cycle.


View of Sri Sri Ravishankar  on the concept of Rnanubandhan

” According to the law of Rnanubandhan as explained by Sri Sri Ravishanakr ji ,  we will meet different people in our life in the forms of mother, father, brothers, sisters, spouse, children etc. We take birth a family only because of undischarged debts of past lives we carry with them. Mathematically explained, at the same time we are creating accounts, debiting and crediting all those karmas with them. We indulge with them for creating numerous Karmic debts with all those with whom we interact.  Spiritually explained all the Karmic debts ( Rina ) lead to some sort of bondage or attachments ( bandhan ) with people we interact. If we look deeply according to Bhagwad Geeta principals, what it says about karmas is that all these Karmic attachments will try to pull us into the wheel of existence or you can say karmic or cosmic cycle again and again unless and until we will exhaust them.”

( Art of Living – Gyan Dhara – The Law of Karama: 
Runanubandha, Relationships, Astrology)

The True Definition: 

Rnanubandhan is actually the bond of past birth karmic actions that results from Karmic debts at the root of repeated lives we take in this cosmic cycle.

Numerous Karma which we are doing in day to day life is leading us in many “Rina” and this Rina further leads to Karma again. It is a two way cycle, If you have given or done something to somebody in some life, the memory of karmic actions will be stored in your Soul (Astral body) and all the memory will be attach with the soul. the person or the soul whom you had done something good or bad will be your debtor or creditor in this birth. 

If you had taken something in the past, it will be taken from you in any of birth you take, it could be this immediate birth or it could because of some of birth. If you had given good in the past it will be come back to you later somehow.

In Numerous birth we take, Astral body keep on  storing the memories, sufferings and happiness of all of runanubandham relations in countless births. 

Unless and until all the karma stored in the soul body is burnt away or exhausted by the physical  body, there is no point of liberation from birth cycle. Logically, we are memory of runanubandham of all the births, and the countless karmas we do  in any relationship reflects some sort of  runanubandha. 

Those we are having strong  bond or relations will be part of our strong runanubandham and they usually become our parents, spouse, children and close friends in this life.


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What Sadguru has Opinion on Rnanubandha

In Many of cases, what i have found people keep on falling on many sexual and physical intimate relationships with so many people and even they never feel or realised them what they are doing and later when karma plays its role in the form of sufferings in their close relations i.e marriage and children they try to repent or having strong guilt in their subconscious mind. question is why it is so.

According to the Rnanubandha theory explained in Karma and Memory,  Sadguru ji has clearly said  
” sexual relationships have maximum impact in our life in terms of the amount of memory or subconscious impression they leave in our mind as compared with any other kind of touch, or any substance you come in touch with it. In understanding Rnanubandhan  in true sense, it is actually the physical memory attached with the soul we carry from. This memory can be acquired due to blood relationships or any sexual relationships. 

according to sadguru ji, When it comes to sexual relationships, a woman’s body has much more memory and tolerance power to experience those pain and level of sufferings connected with that and it can lead to guilt or feeling of difference. 

When it comes to genetic material, a man’s body has much more memory. Generally, over eighteen to twenty-one years of age, a woman’s body carries less physical memory than a man’s body. The main reason why nature has done this is because a woman has to bear a child from a man who is not genetically connected with her. For her to carry the child to term, it is very important that her genetic memory is less. “

( Karma and Memory by Sadaguru ji)


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The Ayurvedic/Herbal Plant Remedy for Jupiter, those are born in Visakha Nakashtra Moon Sign or Ascendant.


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Those who are born in Visakha Nakashtra and scorpio moon sign or having birth in Visakha lagana nakshatras they should either plant Bilwa Patra Tree in their garden or take Bilva Juice daily to Nullify the negative impact of Jupiter in their Natal chart. 

Even meditation under this tree can be blissful too for Visakha nakashtra people. Despite Planting they should Do Rudra abhishek with Bilwa Patra, fruits, Milk and rest of Panch amrits. It can heal malefic effect of Jupiter with much greater speed if done with proper care and utter devotion.
Even those having Jupiter as Bhadhaka planet they should also plant or donate Bilwa to someone needy or near Shiva linga in lord shiva temple, that way it can nullify the negative impact of Bhadhaka. 
If Jupiter is malefic it can lead to trouble of Liver functionalities, Elevation in enzymes, Uncontrolled Sexual appetite, gall bladder issues, Kidney enzymes troubles or sometime increase in level of infections or Diabetic pattern, Can give increase in Bilirubin- Jaundice, Weakening of body due to extreme heat in stomach and liver, can leads to gastric troubles or constipation etc too.
Reason being according to System of 5 limbs Nakashtras are known and seen for Health matters of Mind and Body.Any affliction to Native birth nakashtras can lead to disturbed health of Mind and body. This is the only reason why affliction in Scorpion moon and Visakha Nakashtras lord via nodes are mostly prone to problems of Liver and Genetic organs issues during their Dasha padas. 
Same way Visakha Nakashtra Diety connected with Indra – the god of transformation, Power and Agni the god of fire, could be the another reason why Visakha people are so much extremist in every thing in life from sexual appetite to power to hunger.
So, Increase in the Level of Tamsik and Rakashas gana in this nakashtra can leads to health trouble due to over indulgence in Sexuality, over hunger, increase in appetite, improper digestion, stomach issues, gas and mostly liver has been found afflicted. 

So, best Remedy to cure Viskhna Nakashtra (Scorpion) moon sign is planting of bilwa tree and having bilwa fruit daily or worshiping of lord shiva with Bilwa Patra and fruit .

Bilwa has many benefits :

1) Can cure diarrhoea, cholera, haemorrhoids, vitiligo.

2) Can Reduces gastric ulcer.

3) Antimicrobial property.

4) Can cure scurvy.

5) Can control cholesterol.

6) Can solve respiratory problems.

7) Anti-inflammatory.

8) Can be used to treat heart diseases.

9) Can prevent constipation.

10) Can control diabetes.

Nutritional Value of Bael Fruit

The various nutrients in a bael fruit per 100gm.

Nutrients Amount

Carbohydrate 31.8 gm

Fat 0.3 g

Proteins 1.8 gm.

Vitamins

Vitamin A 55 mg.

Vitamin B Rich in Vitamin B1 and B2

Vitamin C 60 mg.

Thiamine 0.13 mg.

Riboflavin 1.19 mg.

Niacin 1.1 mg.

Carotene 55 mg.

Minerals

Calcium 85 mg.

Potassium 600 mg.

Fiber 2.9 gm.

Water 61.5 g.

Energy 137 k.cal

Energy 137 k.cal


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With thanks and Regards,

Rakesh Singh Jamwal


Source and Reference:
Sacred Plants of India by By Nanditha Krishna
Wikipedia


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The Ayurvedic/Herbal Plant Remedy for Saturn, treatment of Diseases those are born in Anuradha Moon Nakashtras or Ascendent (Saturn Cure):


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Herbal Plant/Tree Remedy for Diseases in Anuradha Nakashtras (Saturn Cure):



“Indian Medaller ” or ” The Scared Bakula Tree “

Common Name : Bakula, Bolsari, Maulsarau, Mahilam( Tamil).


Sanskrit : Chirapushpa, Anangaka, Bakula, Chirapushpa, Dhanvi, Gudhpushpa, Kantha, Karuka, Kesha, Mukula, Padyamoda, Sharadika, Sindhugandha, Simhakeshaa, Sthirmukhgandha, Surabhi Tailanga, Varalahdha, Visharada


Commonly Found in : Asia, Australia, Pacific.


Botnaical Name : Mimusops elengi L


Family: Sapotaceae


Vernacular Name: San: Bakula, Madhugandha, Surabhi

Local Names in Languages :

Bengali :Bakul
English :Bakul tree, Spanish cherry, Bullet wood, Asian bullet wood, West India medlar
Gujarati :Barsoli
Hindi :Maulsari मौलसरी
Kannada : Pokkalathu, Ranjal
Konkani : Omval
Malayalam : Elengi, Elenji, Elangi, Ilanni,Bakulam, Mukura, Elanchi
Manipuri : Bokul Lei
Marathi : Bakuli
Others : Bulletwood, Indian Medlar, Bakula, Magizham, Elengi, Pagade Tree’s,Maulsari,Spanish Cherry.
Tamil : Magizhamboo, Magizhamaram, Magizham, Magadam
Urdu : Kirakuli 



Habit: Large tree.


Habitat: Semi evergreen forests.


Status: Common.

Etymology:

Madhugandha (sweet fragrance) and Surabhi (pleasant) are due to its sweet-scented flowers.

For More Details : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mimusops_elengi



Ancient Sacred Uses and History of Bakula:


This is one of Most celebrated sacred tree found in Hindu Scriptures and Puranas and even placed amongst the flowers of the Hindu Paradise.This tree is even mentioned several time in the Ramayana and considered as flowering tree found in the gandhamadana forest and it is one of common tree found in the Panchavati growing near the lake in full bloom around Pampa Lake. One of an attractive tree adorning the Ashoka Vatika.Many a time it is used for constructing of Bridge and one of main flowering tree blossom in Lord Rama garden. Even Lord Krishna too celebrated this flowering tree by wearing garland made of bakula flowers.It is one of the 7 Scared trees associated with the Gautam Buddha and also scared to the Jains as it as an Emblem or Naminatha, A trirthankar, he attained enlightenment under the shade of the Bakula Tree.

According to Brihat Samhita, one must plant this sacred tree near houses, Temples and the religious places. Kalidasa mentioned this tree as a symbol of love and Beauty as the scent of the flowers of the bakula resembles wines and the fragrance is linked to the breadth of the young women.Even it doesn’t lose its fragrance in the sun too.

Natives those are born in Anuradhana Nakashtra in moon sign of Scorpio or in Anuradha Ascendant and those having Saturn as Bhadhaka graha or for Capricorn Lagana Where this Nakashtra is also fall in Bhadhaka Sign too, should Plant this tree in their surroundings or near houses and they should donate this tree either in any temple or any religious place for curing para-Psychological diseases or troubled by this nakashtra.Even those are born in Anuradha Nakashtra, they should meditate under this tree daily to cure of Negative impact of this Nakashtra in their Mental and physical health.

Availability 


Bakula is a lovely green small tree of the Indian subcontinent. With its small shiny, thick, narrow, pointed leaves, straight trunk and spreading branches, it is a prized ornamental specimen because it provides a dense shade and during the months from March to July fills the night air with the delicious heady aroma of its tiny cream colored flowers. Flowers are small, star-shaped, yellowish white in color, with a crown rising from the center. Oval leaves, wavy at margin, about 5-16 cm and 3-7 cm wide. In the morning the fragrant flowers which so graciously scented their surroundings with their deep, rich, fragrance during the evening hours, fall to the ground. People love to collect them as they retain their odor for many days after they fall. They are offered in temples and shrines throughout the country. 
Appears in Indian mythology as Vakula – said to put forth blossoms when sprinkled with nectar from the mouth of lovely women. Fruits are eaten fresh. 

Note:


Leaf is used in purificatory rituals of temples. It is a sacred plant. Ripe fruits and roasted seeds are edible. Corollas are made into garlands. β-sitosterol, α- spinasterol, quercitol, dihydroquercetin, lupeol, ursolic acid, teraxerone and hentriacontane are the active constituents

(Kapoor, 1990).

Description:


Large evergreen tree. Leaves simple, broadly ovate, glabrous. Flowers white, sweet-scented, in axillary clusters. Sepal 8, in 2 series, ovate, tomentose. Corolla 8-lobed; lobes divided to the base into 3 segments. Stamens 8, alternating with fimbriate staminodes. Fruit 1-seeded, ovoid berry, orange-red when ripe

Habit :


Large trees up to 35 m tall.

Trunkbark :


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Bark dark grey, longitudinally fissured, lenticellate; blaze pink.

Branchlets :



Latex white.

Exudates :


Branchlets terete, puberulous when young, later glabrous.

Leaves :

Leaves simple, alternate, spiral; petiole 1-2.5 cm long, glabrous, terete and canaliculate towards apex; pubescent when young, later glabrous; lamina 7-14 x 2.5-7 cm, elliptic-oblong, apex shortly acuminate with blunt tip, base rounded or acute, margin sl

Flowers :

Flowers white, in axillary fascicles; pedicel up to 2 cm.

Fruit & seed :

Berry, ellipsoid, reddish-brown when ripe; seed one.

Diseases:

Anuradha Nakashtra rules over Bladder, Genitals, rectum, Nasal Bones, Bones near Genitals. Natives of this nakshatra are prone to Suppression of menses, constipation, sterility, piles, fracture of high bones, sore throat strictures, Anemia, unknown pain in bones, cough, acidity, cold, windy problem, gouts, arthritis and Skin problems.


Spiritual Solution and Rituals :


For Curing Such problems Spiritually native of Anuradha Nakashtra should do worshipping of Lord Krishna and Shiva with this Flowers daily and should do Meditation under this tree to get ride of sins and diseases after worshipping Lord Arunachaleshwara (Lord Shiva) in Annamalaiyar Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Shiva, located at the base of Annamalai hills in the town of Thiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu, India. As this tree is very much scared to lord Shiva, as one of name of lord shiva is too bakula. Even it is said that women circumambulate the scared tree and tie a cradle to it they will be blessed with a male child. This nakashtra is associated with the Anuradha nakashtra and 2nd pada of Ashwini.


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Ayurvedic Properties of Bakula:


Rasa (Taste) : Katu (Pungent), Kashaya (Astringent)

Guna (Qualities) :  Guru

Vipaka : Katu (Undergoes Pungent taste after digestion)

Veerya (Potency) : Sheeta

Karma (Actions) : Pitta-kapha shamaka ( It reduces vitiated Pitta and kapha dosha )
Madhura : sweet

Snigdha : unctuous, oily

Kashaya : astringent,

Vishada : clarity, non slimy

Hima : coolant
Hrudya : acts as cardiac tonic, congenial for heart

Dantya : good for teeth

Sangrahi : absorbent, useful in diarrhea, IBS

Vatala : increases Vata Dosha

Guru : heavy to digest

It is used in for conditions of :

Visha : Toxic conditions, poisoning
Shvitra : leucoderma, vitiligo
Krumi : worm infestation
Dantaroga : tooth decay


Medicinal Use:


Lotion prepared from the flowers is used to clear wounds and the ulcers and decoction of the bark helps in regenerating tissues at much greater rates and controls bleeding and cures excessive mucous secretion from the bladder and urethra.



Its Brak is a tonic to treat fevers and is used as mouthwash to protect gums and teeth. A paste of the roots mixed with vinegar is used for swelling on the Face, and a paste made with water is applied to pustular eruptions of the skin and regular chewing of the tender fruits strengthens the teeth.The seeds are used in the preparation of eye drops and antidotes and to treat bowel disorders and the oil extracted from the seed is applied to swelling of the joints, simply this tree is Ramban for Anuradha Nakashtra natives mental and physical diseases.

Bark decoction is used as gargle for toothache and over salivation. It is taken internally for fever. Seed ash is used to brush teeth which strengthen teeth and prevent cavities. Bark decoction is used for mouth ulcers, swellings, also to increase appetite and digestive power.




Flower and fruit decoction is used to wash chronic ulcers. Flower powder is snuffed for running nose. Paste of seed fried in ghee is applied over anus in case of constipation. Bark extract has the property to increase fertility. Fruit pulp is applied for snake bite and headache. Ripe fruits are eaten for easy delivery. Bark decoction is given internally for menstrual disorders and rheumatism. It is also used for venereal diseases. Seed paste is applied for toothache. Twigs are used as toothbrush to prevent tooth decay. Bark and leaf paste is applied for skin diseases and leprosy.

Crushed fruit is applied for toothache. Crushed bark decoction is used as gargle for wounds in gum, loose teeth, gum swelling and bleeding. 6 drops of dried flower powder dissolved in water is poured into nose for repeated headache and running nose. Fruit extract is used for migraine, headache, running nose and mental debility. Bark decoction is used for biliousness, phlegm, dysentery, blood discharge in urine and menstrual problems. Oil extracted from flowers is applied for mental disorders.

Bark decoction is recommended for rheumatism and fever. Leaf paste is applied for furuncles and scabies. Seed oil is applied for eye diseases and taken internally to expel worms.



Common Diseases Treatment : 

Bakul or Maulsari tree is a Very useful sacred Herb uses in Herbology and ayurvedic treatments  of various common diseases. almost every part of its  including, leaves, fruit, bark and flowers are used whereas The flowers, bark and fruits are highly recommended for common use.

Beneficial uses  of bakula :


1.Bark is used as tonic to reduce fever.


2.Leaves are mostly used as an antidote for snake-bite.


3.Pulp of the fruit is used in curing chronic dysentery.


4.Dried flowers powder is used  as brain tonic.


5.Seeds of tree are agent for purging the bowels. 

6.Powdered bark is used for curing Tingling sensation of teeth by Massaging  it in gums.



7.Decoction of bark is used for mouthwash Toothache, Tooth Decay, Gum Bleeding, Bad breath, Pyorrhea, Inflammation in mouth.


8.Bark powder can be used in Toothache.



9.Tender twigs are used for Teeth cleaning and strengthening gums.


10.Unripe fruits are used as masticatory for tightening Loose teeth.


11.Fruit pulp is used for Improving fertility in women.


12.Ripe fruit can be used promoting delivery.

13.Leaf juice if taken twice daily with honey can help weak Eyesight.


14.Fruit pulp can be used for Chronic diarrhea.


15.The dried flower powder is used for headache.

With thanks and Regards,
Rakesh Singh Jamwal




Source and Reference:




Living Easy With Ayurveda by Dr.B.K.Prashanth M.D (Ayu), Ph.D






Sacred Plants of India by By Nanditha Krishna






http://indiabiodiversity.org/species






http://www.flowersofindia.net





Wikipedia



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