The Transit/ Gochara of planets in May, 2012
At another level, Ravi shows the illumination in the world. It is He who can make one shine bright with power and spirit and abundance. For those with problems with Kārmic (Karmic) darkness associated with Vṛṣabha Rāśi (Vrishabha Rashi), this Gochara of Ravi could well be a turning point since the Sattwa Guṇa (Guna) will obliterate the dark challenge and replace it with the light of pure understanding. This is all the more so because Gurū (Guru) is Abhilāśī (Abhilashi)/ desirous of moving to Vṛṣabha (Vrishabha) as well and is in Meṣa (Mesha)/ Vṛṣabha Saṅdhi (Vrishabha Sandhi) or the junctional area between these signs. Rāśi Saṅdhi (Rashi Sandhi) indicates the end and beginning. This could be the end of an old Kārmic Tamas and the beginning of a new Kārmic light.
This is also for the reason that Ravi is the Naisargika Kāraka/ Karaka of the Atma/ Soul and represents the soul. It is the soul which carries the Karma. If Ravi becomes the Ātmakāraka/ Atmakaraka in any given nativity then it indicates a high level of soul development and there is little to do except follow the dictates of the soul. In such horoscopes and Kuṅdalīs/ Kundalis, such matters may gain greater prominence. With Gurū/ Guru intending to move at the realiest to Vṟṣabha (Vrishabha), the cumulative Sattwa is a good sign for Taurus Rāśi (Rashi).