Sagittarius (Dhanu)

Ruler planet – Jupiter

Dual (mutable) sign

The energy of material nature (gunas) – goodness (sattva)

Element – fire

Caste – Kshatriyas

Ayurvedic type – pitta

Gender – male

Kalapurusha – thighs, femoral arteries

Nakshatras in Sagittarius:

  • 0°00´-13°20´ (genderless) – ruler of Ketu, Mula nakshatra
  • 13°20´-26°40´ (female) – ruler Venus, nakshatra Purva Ashadha
  • 26°40´-30°00´ (female) – Ruler Sun, Nakshatra Uttara Ashadha

Exaltation: no planets

Debilitation: no planets

Mulatrikona: Jupiter 0-10°

People with an ascendant in Sagittarius are more likely than others to be confident in their rightness and in their point of view. It’s good when Sagittarians learn a lot, and their point of view has a lot of weight and justification. But it also happens that there is nothing but a point of view: life has passed uselessly, wisdom has not accumulated over the years, but there is more than enough desire to teach everyone and impose your opinion. Sagittarians are different, but everyone loves to talk, dream of great achievements and impose something, willingly or against it.

The karmic task of Sagittarius is to acquire and further transfer knowledge to others. Traveling, especially pilgrimages, has a very positive effect on them. The main thing is to accumulate more knowledge to pass on to students and followers. Settling down in one place has a very negative effect. In order for Sagittarius not to be carried away by excessive comprehension of the world and not to grab onto everything at once, he should find a guru for himself, a teacher who will help you understand your preferences, help you set goals and achieve them.

Characteristics of Sagittarius

Wisdom, law-abidingness, justice, idealism, morality, arrogance, cheerfulness, spirituality, activity, but at the same time impatience, vanity, annoyingness.

Strengths of Sagittarius: versatility in approach to business and in point of view, wise from birth, bright leadership qualities, excellent examples for others (teachers, mentors, coaches), natural inclination to religiosity.

Weaknesses: often obsessive with their point of view, inclinations. They give advice that they weren’t asked for. Fanatic in their faith. Attachment to the rules, so often put rules and ideals above relationships.

Recommendations: Develop patience and awareness through meditation and pranayama, as well as other techniques. Develop wisdom by reading scriptures and other books about the greats of this world. Strive not to impose your point of view on others unless asked for. Learns to accept other people with their strengths and weaknesses.

Areas of activity for proper implementation: religion (priests, preachers, missionaries), philosophers, psychotherapists, leaders, consultants, all areas related to tourism and pilgrimage, geography. Jurisprudence and military affairs.

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