Surya devta is the giver of light in our lives. It is due to the presence of the Sun that life exists on planet earth. The ever-reliable Sun has always been there every day from dawn till dusk and for ages. It never fails to shine. And its light shines on our lives too.
Let’s read a little more about the impact the Sun has on our lives.
Surya, or the Sun, is your soul. Your life force. The sun is the king in Vedic astrology, it is your courage.
The Sun represents courage, boldness, a positive and energetic attitude, fearlessness, leadership, and a kind and benevolent spirit or ‘atman’. To have Sun in an auspicious house and especially in your lagna house would make you are tireless crusader and a person who is fearless and bold.
The Sun outshines all the celestial bodies of our system which revolve around it. The impact of having a well-placed Sun is somewhat similar.
If the Sun is in its lord house then that person would become a king or have the courage of a king and take on valiantly all the adversities that life throws his/her way and be victorious. His/her energy and positive vibrations would be infectious.
When your Sun is well-placed, you experience fear like everyone else. However, the fear does not paralyze you. Instead, your Sun makes you the most aggressive lion there is at the moment.
The Sun will endow you with respect, wisdom and vigour, making you a go-getter and taking you places.
But be careful – or this confidence can become hubris and domination could become dictatorship. Your values would be in the right place. So, let them guide you as you carry everyone along.
If the Sun is badly places, you will suffer from pessimism, fear, procrastination, anger, and stress. If your Sun’s light isn’t bright, you would lack motivation, and weak will power could make assertive action difficult. You may be unable to tackle difficult situations because of doubt.
You would not rise to a good position in your profession owing to your weakly placed. You would be prone to anger issues with pent-up frustration from your professional life, as you would not be making the best decisions.