The square of Bhrish is related to the energies of analysis, gravity, honing or poor implementation of the plan and delay or hastiness in decisions. Samaranganasutradhara identifies Bhrish as the demigod 'Kamadeva or Manmatha'. Kamadeva is generally considered the Hindu divinity of Cosmic Desire and carnal love whose actions decides the laws of the reincarnation of the living beings (samsara).
Kama is the God of Love and Lust. He is the most handsome among both men and Gods. He is equivalent to the Greek/Roman Cupid. He uses a bow of sugarcane, and shoots flower tipped arrows at humans to make them fall in love.
He is married to Rati, one of the daugters of Daksha. There is some confusion as to his origin. Vishnu Purana says that he is the son of Dharma (Yama), and Shradha, a daughter of Daksha. However, a more popular belief makes him the wish born son of Brahma.
• Brings out something by rubbing two things.
• Action will not be executed if this field is weak.
• Will think excessively if this field is weak, so the end result will be disturbed.
• Can be balanced by keeping Mixer-Grinder.
• Analytical capability is disturbed if this is weak.
• A cut here will not lead to any decision making.
• White colour has not shown negative effects here.
• This is Kama Devta, energy of that creates Desires.
• Blue colour may cause to the worst of problems.
• Presence of sewerage gives unfavourable results here.
• Metallic art and show pieces are not desirable.
• Sewing machine here leads to BP fluctuation and anxiety.
• Elderly couple sleeping here - wife may be continuously ill.
• If the thinking/analysis, is not good, examine this field.
• If boss is sitting here, he is very strict and thus leads to problems in the future.
• Dustbin may not always be favourable here.
• Kamdhenu to be placed here.
|फल, अन्न, मक्खन, नारियल (पर कही मछली एवं भात कहा है)
|ऊँ भंद्र कर्णेभिः श्रृणुयाम देव नमः
|भृशः कामोऽथ मन्मथः॥
|भद्रं कर्णेभिः शृणुयाम देवा भद्रं पश्येमाक्षभिर्यजत्राः ।
स्थिरैरङ्गैस्तुष्टुवांसस्तनूभिर्व्यशेम देवहितं यदायुः ॥
|मछली, अन्न, मक्खन, नारियल
Kāma (काम, “love/desire”) - Second seat of the Svādhiṣṭhāna (2nd chakra), according to the Kubjikāmata-tantra. It is identified with the second of the seven worlds, named bhuvarloka. Together, these seven seats they form the Brahmāṇḍa (cosmic egg). The Kāma seat points to the north-east. Kāmā, symbolize mental dispositions or emotions and are considered as obstructing the attainment of liberating knowledge.
Kāma means desire, wish, longing in Indian literature. Kāma often connotes sexual desire and longing in contemporary literature, but the concept more broadly refers to any desire, wish, passion, longing, pleasure of the senses, the aesthetic enjoyment of life, affection, or love, with or without sexual connotations.
Engineer Rameshwar Prasad
(B.Tech., M.Tech., P.G.D.C.A., P.G.D.M.)