Jupiter in 6th House in Astrology | Health, Career, Wealth & Relationship

Jupiter in 6th house in Astrology gives victory over enemies, gains from friends, lots of wealth especially if it’s exalted or in its own sign, however, this placement can also cause a lot of debt and health problems.

Jupiter in 6th House in Astrology

What does 6th House Signify in Vedic Astrology?

The 6th house denotes dealing with enemies, diseases of the body, everyday work life, and co-workers' relationship. This is the house of debt, obstacles, warzone, fighting, litigation, and divorce.

Once we build a social structure through the school environment, we are likely to make friends and enemies. Close friends, we bring home and are also signified by the 4th house. The 6th house signifies the enemies. Enemies also. Bring worries and anxieties. The hips and small intestines are under the stomach. The small intestines have the capacity to extract nutrition but keep out bacteria from the food. A job like that in the world outside would be an incredible painstaking task! The sixth house represents service, detailed work, problem-solving, and making a medical diagnosis. Virgo corresponds to the sixth house. The discriminative, detailed, and orderly nature of the 6th house is reinforced.

What does Jupiter represent in Astrology?

Jupiter is the knowledge we gain in this lifetime. It is the concentration we put into learning something. Jupiter is the teaching of our father and educators. Since the father is the first teacher for a child, Jupiter automatically becomes the teaching and preaching of fathers and father figures. Jupiter also represents our belief system and our ability to follow the law. Jupiter is the lawyer in astrology; he writes the law and either makes the person follow it or resent it depending upon its condition. Jupiter also represents a husband in a female's chart. Mars is not the husband; Mars represents male friends. Jupiter is the guiding force in every woman's life.

Jupiter in Astrology represents knowledge. Jupiter signifies higher education, wisdom embodied in spiritual traditions and religion. As gaining knowledge is essential for evolution and spiritual growth, Jupiter also indicates the general principle of growth in life. Physically, Jupiter relates to the growth of the body; Mentally, to the increase of happiness and sense of fullness; and socially, to the family's growth in the front of progeny. Guru signifies prosperity and fortune in life.

Auspicious Results of Jupiter in 6th House in Astrology

  • One will be soft-spoken, well-behaved, valiant, liberal, and prudent with Jupiter in 6th House.
  • One will be famous, popular, ambitious, and engrossed in good deeds.
  • One will be a scholar, an astrologer, and detached from worldly comforts and pleasures.
  • One may be skilled at mantras like Jadran-Maran.
  • One will be fond of music.
  • One will be skilled at public hygiene and health.
  • One will be fully endowed with the bliss of a spouse.
  • One will have a beautiful spouse.
  • One will bring happiness to one’s teacher, siblings, and maternal uncle.
  • One will have a son and grandson.
  • One will be successful in government work and arguments and debates.
  • One may win over one’s enemies and may not have any enemies.
  • One will have good servants. Jupiter is good for doctors and practitioners of traditional medicine.
  • One may attain fame in one’s service in the health department.
  • Jupiter in 6th House is more suitable for independent business than for service.
  • One may possess four-legged animals like cows, horses, dogs, etc.

Inauspicious Results of Jupiter in 6th House in Astrology

  • One will have a lean and weak body.
  • People with Jupiter in 6th House are generally suspicious of one.
  • One will be harsh, violent, lazy, foolish, sensuous, and agitated.
  • One will face obstacles in one’s work.
  • One will not complete the work taken up and will be lazy.
  • One may be ailing and may suffer from different ailments.
  • One may suffer nasal ailments.
  • One’s mother may also be ailing.
  • One’s maternal relatives may also be ailing.
  • One may not be blessed with a maternal uncle. 
  • One may have many enemies who may trouble him.
  • In one’s 40th year, there may be fear of enemies.
  • Jupiter in sixth house is harmful to brothers and maternal uncle.
  • Jupiter in 6th House signifies insult, ailments, and domination by others.
  • There may be a fever in the sixth and twelfth years.
  • One may suffer mourning.
  • One with Jupiter in 6th house will be very sensuous.
  • One may have diabetes, frequent urination, hernia, and the body's deformed growth.
  • One may not inherit paternal wealth.
  • Divine powers alone can help him get a reprieve.
  • One with Jupiter in 6th house may be under the control of one’s spouse.
  • One will have a small appetite and little manliness.
  • One may be ill-mannered, fond of gambling and drinking, and infatuated by a prostitute.
  • There may be obstacles in the path of good fortune.
  • There may be kidney ailments, irregular food habits, and increased deformed growth in the body.
  • One may suffer from gastric problems and cold.
  • Inauspicious results predicted by astrologers are felt.

Note: The degree of auspiciousness and inauspiciousness will depend upon a complete analysis of the horoscope (birth-chart).

Jupiter in 6th House for Various Ascendant in Vedic Astrology