The last Trikona is Moksha Trikona House in Astrology and it includes the 4th, 8th and 12th houses. Moksha means to release or solution. It indicates spirituality and enlightenment.
The seed of Moksha is in the 4th house and the 4th house indicates feelings or heart. It also indicates mother and motherly love. It even indicates property, land and vehicles. It refers to mental peace, emotional satisfaction and comfort.
The next house in this trine is the 8th house. 8th house is a flowering of spirituality. It indicates longevity and it is a house of spiritual learnings and spiritual transformations. It also indicates ancestors and family deities. It even indicates a connection with spiritual energies.
The fruit of Moksha is indicated by the 12th house and therefore it indicates final liberation. It indicates spiritual knowledge and gains. It suggests unknowns, things out of comfort zone and solitude. Additionally, it indicates material loss, intercourse and punishments. A quick summary of indications of Moksha Purushartha Thrikona is mentioned in the below table.
|Fourth House||Eighth House||Twelfth House|
|Mind / Heart / Feelings||Unseen Challenges||Spiritual Knowledge|
|Own House||Ancestral Assets||Uncomfortable Zone|
|Happiness||Longevity||Expense / Loss|
As we know the 12th house is the house of loss and therefore when the focus is too much on a particularPurushartha it impacts the next Purushartha. For example, too much of Dharma impacts Artha, too much of Artha impacts the Kama, too much of Kama impacts Moksha and too much of Moksha impacts Dharma. However, Moksha is the whole purpose of life and this is acceptable. Therefore, at the time of marriage following Mantras are chanted.
Dharmecha Arthecha Kamech Nathicharami
Meaning: I won’t mingle too much in Dharma (roles and responsibilities), Artha (earnings) and Kama (desires). This is because according to Hindu Dharma, Moksha or enlightenment is the whole purpose of life. Additionally, if we focus too much on a particular Purushartha it impacts the next Purushartha.