Despite being the third planet from the Sun, not many of us know what Rahu is, let alone how its presence in our horoscope affects us. It might sound like science fiction, but there’s plenty we can learn about ourselves by studying this celestial body. Here are some of the most surprising facts about Rahu according to Jyotish, that you probably didn’t know before.
1) He rules communication
In Hinduism, the Moon passes in front of the Sun and forms a black spot or hole called an eclipse. The Moon is either inside or outside of Earth’s orbit, and this causes it to come between the Sun and the Earth.
The lunar cycle lasts around 28 days. The time from one full Moon to another, from new to new Moon, is 29.5 days. That period is known as a lunation or lunar month.
2) His transit in different houses
According to Astrology in Hindi, Rahu is one of the lesser-known planets in Vedic astrology. It is the North Node, and it significantly impacts our lives.
The houses not impacted by Rahu are the 5th, 9th, 10th and 11th. 2. It can have an adverse effect if it occupies the 6th or 8th house in a horoscope chart. 3.
3) The benefits of eating during Rahu transits
Rahu, the north noMoon’s north nodeyour 5th house. This house rules over creativity and inspiration.
It also deals with fame and money, so it can be a valuable time to start a new business or get creative at work by doing something different. You might feel more motivated to do something you enjoy during this transit or feel like it’s now or never!
4) Tips for better sleeping during his transits
Rahu is a lunar eclipse that can cause sleeplessness and insomnia. Try to go to bed early and sleep in as late as possible.
Avoid stimulants such as alcohol, caffeine, or nicotine before bedtime. If your bedroom is too bright, use blackout curtains or an eye mask to help make it darker.
5) Exercises to do during his transits
When Rahu is transiting through your natal chart, it is best to exercise regularly and stay hydrated. However, during this transit, the body may feel achy or weak, so try to avoid strenuous activities.
If you are running a fever, see a doctor and get an appropriate diagnosis. It would help if you also drank lots of fluids to stay hydrated.
6) Tips while dressing during his transits
During the transits of the planet Rahu, it is advised to wear dark colours and avoid wearing anything that will show your body.
It is important to note that the effects of these transits vary depending on the sign, so it is best to consult a Vedic astrologer to get a more accurate read.
7) Why he affects romance
Rahu impacts romance in our lives. The position of Rahu in our natal chart determines how we approach relationships and love. In a sense, it affects what kind of lover we are. When he is positioned favourably in the seventh house (the house for married couples), then this means that marriage may come easily for you.
If he is not favourably positioned, your partner will be more flighty or possessive with their affections for you, not to mention manipulative regarding commitments like marriage.
How does he affect your career? When he’s positioned well (eighth house), then this means that success can come easy to you if your boss or manager is the eighth lord from your sign or navamsa.
8) His impact on education and career prospects
Rahu causes professions that are based on intellectual work to flourish. They have the potential to be great, but also the potential to be a waste of time. This is because they do not enjoy stability and routine, and they always want to be doing new things.
They are never content with the status quo and need constant stimulation. Rahu can bring success through education, but it may take them longer than other people to get there. The more stagnant their life becomes, the less they will enjoy it and feel as though they are moving forward in life.
Rahu also risks being too concerned with self-aggrandizement or having an inflated ego which can cause problems in personal relationships or at work due to a lack of emotional intelligence.
According to Jyotish Rahu, the fourth celestial body to orbit our Sun, has a reputation in astrology as an undependable planet. Its relationship with Saturn and Ketu (the other two end planets) and the corresponding periods of dharma, dharma, and Kala-rasa are well known. However, what isn’t widely known is how Rahu affects us personally on the planetary level.