Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Punarvasu Nakshatra Characteristics




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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Punarvasu Nakshatra Characteristics


GENERAL RESULTS OF BEING BORN IN PUNARVASU NAKSHATRA

Spread from 20: degree Mithun up to 3:20 Karkata. Presiding deity Aditi, the rashi Lord is Budha and Chandra. Symbol-Quiver (receptacle for arrows). The word Punarvasu is derived from Puna+ Vasu, which means return, renewal, restoration or repetition.

Punarvasu is ruled by Aditi, the Great Mother Goddess.This is the seventh nakshatra of the zodiac, spanning from 20°-00' in Mithuna (Taurus) to 3°-20' in Karaka(Cancer).The word Punarvasu is derived from Puna+Vasu, which means return, renewal, restoration or repetition. Punarvasu Nakshatra brings about the return of energy and vitality. It causes our creative growths and inspirations to be renewed.

Male Natives

1. Physical features: He is handsome to look at with long thighs and a long face. Some identification mark on the face or on the backside of the head can be seen.

2. Character and general events: The native has complete faith in God. He is religiously inclined. Initially in the early years of life he will have a good behavior but later on there will be a marked difference in his behavior as per the changing circumstances. Therefore, others have to be careful while approaching him. It is very difficult to know his inner thoughts. He is content with little but at the same time he is hot tempered. He sticks to ancient tradition and belief.
He will not favor any illegal activities and will try to resist others from doing so. He does not like to cause trouble to others on the other hand he tries to help the needy. He will lead a simple life.

3. Education, sources of earning/profession: He can shine and get success in almost all the subjects except in partnership business. He can attain much name and fame as a teacher or as an actor. He can also earn as a writer, physician etc. Period up to 32 years of age will not be that great. Hence, he should not involve himself in any major business till 32 years of age. He may not be in a position to accumulate wealth but he can attain public honor. The main reason why the native is not in a position to accumulate wealth is lack of business acumen and straightforwardness. One peculiar expression which can be seen on his face is an innocent and frustrated look.

4. Family life: He is the most obedient child of his parents. He respects his father, mother and also his teacher. His marriage life may not be good. He may either divorce his wife or tie another wedding knot even while the first wife is alive. In case he does not go for the second marriage the health of the spouse will give a lot of problems and mental agony. However, his spouse will have all the qualities of a good housewife. Frequent friction between other family members will take place. All these simultaneous problems will lead to mental wreckage.

5. Health: While there may not be any serious health problems even the slightest problem will be a cause of concern for him.

Female Natives

1. Physical features: She possesses red eyes, curly hair, sweet speech and high nose.

2. Character and general events: While she will generally have a calm nature she has an argumentative tongue, which will lead her into frequent friction with her relatives and her neighbors. However, she is charitable and shows respect. She will have many servants. On the whole she will be leading a comfortable life.

3. Education, sources of earning/profession: She is fond of music, gets mastery over dances and can use it for her earning.

4. Family life: Her husband will be one of the most handsome man ever seen.

5. Health: She cannot enjoy good health. This is mainly due to her careless nature about her health. She is prone to jaundice, tuberculosis, goiter, pneumonia, stomach upset and ear trouble.
Nakshatras- Punarvasu
  • "return to goodness and light"  20°00 Gemini - 3°20 Cancer

  • Deity: Aditi, mother of the gods
Symbol: a quiver of arrows
Shakti: the power of wealth or substance
Basis Above: wind, air
Basis Below: wetness, rain
Result: producing herbs and trees

Keywords: reasonableness, philosophical, willingness to travel, but at the same time being very much attached to his own home.
  • Punarvasu --Translation: prosperous again
The word Punarvasu is derived from Puna+Vasu, which means return, renewal, restoration or repetition. The 12 Adityas were born of Kasyapa in the womb of Aditi. The 12 Vasus are Indra. Vishnu, Vaga, Twasta, Barun, Aryama, Pusa, Mitra, Agni, Parjyanya, Vivaswan and Dinakar. The mother Aditi of whom the Gods are born is the repository of everything good—truth, generosity, magnanimity, purity, aristocracy, beauty and renownt.

It follows that this star is the cause for these virtues. To start afresh after having once broken off, to start a new life, to come back from a distant land—all these are signified by Punarvasu. It stands for freedom from restriction and limitation, and boundless space. The Gods, the children of Aditi, are basically and essentially are different from children of Diti, who are demons. The demons never had a taste of divine nectar and therefore miss the knowledge of fundamentals, fundamentals of creation and mystery. They were engrossed with or deeply emerged in enjoyment of the externals, the materialistic aspect of the universe. Gold and sex were the two immediate pursuits, which made them extroverts. The Gods, however, could rip into the deeper texture of things, they had tasted the divine nectar and, become partners in supreme divine bliss and Punarvasu represents all these.

·         Punah means repeat, again and again; Basanti means habitation. Punarbasati, therefore, means remaking or remodelling of dwellings, Punarbasati or Punarvasu are same in meaning. It denotes the ideas of abode, residence, back to home, sojourn, recurrence, commencement, to shine or grow bright again, to enter into life again, renewal of
riches, etc.

·         Aditi (from Daa — to divide) means not divisible. It means one not tied; free or freedom; unbrokenness or entirety; external expanse, etc. It does not give any idea of fixation of any limit or duration. It is infinitude.

·         In mythology Aditi is the mother of 12 Adityas — Indra, Vishnu, Bhaga, Tvastaa, Baruna, Aryamaa, Pushyaa, Mitra, Paryanya. Vibaswaan, and Dibaakara. The name Aditi is also associated with Ashta-Basu — the eight virtues of man. It aims to say that Aditi has the divine power and virtues attached to the ideas of Adityas and Basus. Aditi is also referred as the mother of 7 creative forces as well as death. Aditi is again depicted as the wife of Kasyapa (father of Surya) and some mentioned her as the wife of Vishnu — who sustains creation. However, Aditi is that force which is responsible for creation and death on the external plane of infinitude, the Akasa.
·         At Punarvasu Ravi changes its course from Devajaana to Pittrijaana — the world of experience. So, ideas of experience is denoted by Punarvasu.

·         Ideas: Abode, residence, habitat.
Rsstoration or renewal of wealth, riches, goods, property, remaking or remodelling of dwelling.
Back from journey, back home, sojourn, to enter life again, repetition, again and again, to shine, or grow bright again, recurrence, commencement.
Not tied, free, freedom, unbrokenness, entirety, security, safety.
Infinity, external expanse.

Portion of the human body — Fingers.

Punarvasu is a lunar constellation that enables a comfortable life. The goddess belonging to Punarvasu is Aditi, the goddess of abundance. It is a lunar constellation that brings prosperity and well-being. This does not lead to a life that solely involves material pleasures, however. The quiver, the symbol of Punarvasu, represents energy and power.
If necessary, a person in whose horoscope the Punarvasu constellation plays an important role, is prepared to leave the safety of his home and to start seeking for the Holy Grail. Even if during this quest for the grail he would have to defeat several dragons. However, he will always return to his own home and he will be able to tell many stories about his adventures. He may even turn these stories into epics (Punarvasu is associated with poetry). Finally this will lead to a great inner wisdom which will be conveyed to others. A person with this constellation is not afraid of combat, and is generally home-loving. He will never look for unnecessary conflicts, because he attaches a lot of value to respect for the other person.
The spiritual path for this constellation involves gaining wisdom, travelling both literally and in the spirit, with a safe home as his basis to which he always returns. The experiences gained will be dealt with within the safety of the own home.

Aditi, the mother goddess, is beyond form and boundless. She is goddess of space and also of the earth. Like the goddess, Punarvasu people love freedom and expansion. The have the natural ability to create wealth and prosperity. They have many resources from which to draw upon, represented by the quiver of arrows. They like to store and retain their creations and energy instead of spending it. They have a strong sense of virtue and of right and wrong. The ability to resurrect a failing marriage or career, or regain self-respect, prosperity or income is a natural talent among these natives. The person may become overly enamored of material well being and use it for selfish reasons, but will always return to the balanced, correct path. Rehabilitation is a key word here. David Hasselhoff has his Moon here and has been through many rehabilitations for alcohol related problems and he also knows that his actions are self-defeating and seeks out help to renew himself.
It denotes the ideas of abode, residence, back to home, sojourn, recurrence, commencement, to shine or grow bright again, to enter into life again, renewal of riches, etc.
A person born in this Nakshatra has numerous friends, is a practitioner of sacred texts and scriptures, possesses gems, jewels and ornaments etc. and they have the spirit to rise from the ashes. These people have a good height and an oval face. They tend to be obese in their later age.
Females born in this nakshatra are calm but tend to get into arguments to exhibit their intelligence. This may give rise to disputes with other family members. She will be leading a comfortable life. She cannot enjoy good health.
Males born in this nakshatra can shine and get success in almost all the subjects except in partnership businesses or deals. He does not like to cause trouble to others, on the other hand he tries to help the needy.
Those born in this nakshatra are good natured, have trials in life, are cultered, helping nature, vanity minded, failure and success come often.
You are a bright and enthusiastic person with handsome features. You are a simple person with not one dishonest bone in your body. You have a spiritual bent of mind and materialism does hold much attraction for you. Those born under this nakshatra will be drawn to religious professions. Whatever little material possessions you may acquire, you will share it with others. You look inward for your spiritual fulfilment.

You will tend to choose a religious or spiritual career. Even if you do not choose a religious career, you will remain deeply religious and spiritual. Other career options could be writing, acting or journalism.

Those born under this sign tend to have very happy marriages. Children born to such people feel loved and secure. Your deep-rooted faith in God and your high morals will give your family a deep sense of security.

You should take care of your health and eat healthy wholesome diets, otherwise diseases like T.B., under nourishment and pneumonia, could afflict you.

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