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Second House in Vedic astrology

From the early environment of the first house, one moves to the second house, which relates to immediate family and growing up. The second house in Vedic astrology is often referred to as the house of possessions. This is because it reflects all that we own, material goods, accumulated wealth, possessions, and relations.

But the possessions shown by the second house in the horoscope are not just tangible. This house also refers to our feelings, emotions, younger siblings, how we relate to them, and also our abilities as a possession. How we use these possessions to lead a fulfilling life also comes under the realm of the second house.

The most common possessions it rules include one’s finance, valuables, material goods, precious stones, ability to earn, and fortune. What you do with these possessions greatly affects how much these possessions add to your social reputation and standing. This is why it is called the house of money, or Dhana Bhava in Vedic astrology.

It projects the financial position and affluence of a person. 2nd house in astrology essentially reflects one’s ability to acquire money. Note that this money need not be a result of one’s efforts or earnings. It could be in the form of stocks, cash, valuables, jewelry, bonds, inheritance, etc.

So the second house doesn’t relate to a career or profession but one’s financial position. Saving, budgeting, and how you acquire and manage debts also comes under the domain of the second house in astrology.

The second house in Vedic astrology is associated with the sign of Taurus. Venus and Jupiter are natural significators of the second house in the horoscope. As for physical attributes and body parts governed, the 2nd house rules the eyes, and lower part of the face, neck, throat, mouth, cheeks, chin, nose, nails, teeth, tongue, etc.

In Mundane astrology, this house represents the wealth of the nation, revenue, financial welfare, and economic matters.

The second house also represents one’s capacity for verbal expression. It is the karaka of speech. If a benefic Mercury is occupying the 2nd house, the person is likely to be skilled at and gets acclaim in communication-related fields, either verbal or written form.

2nd house in the Vedic astrology also gives knowledge of many languages. It also relates to immediate family and close family relatives such as brothers, sisters, grandparents, uncles, aunts, etc. It also refers to your family’s wealth profile and how affluently you spend your childhood.

Moreover, indulgence and food preferences are also governed by this house. Your bad habits and vices can also be seen by analyzing the second house.

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