This is the Mother of all Mothers: the Cosmic Mother whose womb in which all the stars and all the planets were created.
At the heart of this story, there was a man who was a father. And he was father who cared for his children.
Rahu is a rebel. As a cosmic force, he implores us to achieve something tangible in the world.
Planets in the 8th house represent the sudden events that transpire in an individual’s life. It could be ‘good’ or ‘bad’. But we will not know till we reach the end of the contract term whether it was ‘good’ or ‘bad’.
Now, imagine, if you will, that you were given one final opportunity and chance to make amends from the astral realm. The people who you hurt cannot see you, hear you, touch you or even fathom the possibility that you are there.
Like the Banyan Tree, the roots that have been ripped out, will eventually return from the sky and back to the earth--where life that was once so mercilessly uprooted will return to take root once more.
We exercise our free choice and descend from the spiritual plane to the material plane.
Lord Yama, the King of Hell, is a dharmapala wrathful god who is said to judge the dead.
Perhaps they feared the emptiness I always embraced.
"Do not be afraid. Everyone before you has died. You cannot stay, anymore than a baby can stay forever in the womb..."