Mrigashira is the fifth Nakshatra occupying 23 degrees 20 minutes Taurus to 6 degrees 40 minutes Gemini. It is ruled by Mars. Here's what it for means you.
He is one of the Vasus who have sovereignty over Earth. He's also known to be Lord Chandra, the divine form of planet Moon. Lord Soma's function is to nourish our bodies and enlighten our minds. He’s depicted as a God and at the same time, he's the nectar of immortality, which rejuvenates the Gods. Several mythical tales narrate how Soma was discovered and how its carefully extracted by Gods. Such tales testify that the very existence of the Gods relies on Soma, such is his power. Lord Indra, the mighty God-King, the kings of the heavens relies on Soma for his physical strength, stamina, mental alertness, and most importantly immortality. The nectar of immortality symbolizes a deeply hidden talent or artistic ability in the field of arts, design, music, and drama, or technical skill, or ancient knowledge that the native may one day discover through rigorous hard work, persistence, and some form of austerity. When such talent is uncovered, the native is united with divine powers and becomes capable of extraordinary things. This nakshatra possesses the power to make the world more delightful. Under certain chart conditions, that talent or quality could manifest as a longing for the lord, or a desire to merge into the primordial creative power (God). Through a concentrated mind/meditation, the native tastes the metaphorical soma (nectar) seated at the eye center and is on one's way to salvation. Lord Soma nourishes all living beings - plants, animals, and humans. But is most closely associated with the plant kingdom and is declared their king. He is invoked for virility, progeny, good health, success, worldly recognition, physical strength, and protection. The following tale narrates the origin of this nakshatra (Mrigasira). Lord Brahma overcome by desire transforms himself into a stag, and is chasing his own daughter (Goddess Usas, which represents Rohini). Seeing this, Lord Rudra (Lord Shiva) had to intervene, he shoots an arrow towards the stag, which severs his head. The head sprang up and falls in the constellation of the sky, which is then called Mrigasira that translates to the head of a male deer. So, this tale indicates that the native would desire the unattainable, would not be satisfied with anything short of excellence, as Mrigasira is the head of the lord of creation. The native would be relentless in one's pursuit of excellence, this Nakshatra is ruled by Mars, and so the native would never give up, no mountain would be high enough, no task is unachievable due to this Martian energy. Under certain, the desire for excellence turns into lust, and the native would be intent on pleasing oneself. This nakshatra falls in the sign of Taurus & Gemini, In Taurus, the desires of the native would be materialistic such as for fame, a beautiful home, or a luxurious car whereas, in Gemini, the native would find pleasure in an intellectual quest of some kind and would be prone to restlessness and impatience. Lord Brahma’s desire for his daughter is not judged by society norms in the Rigveda, which implies that it was a necessary first step towards creation.
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