Pushya is the eighth Nakshatra occupying 3 degrees 20 minutes to 16 degrees 40 minutes Cancer. It is ruled by Saturn. Here's what it for means you.
He’s the teacher of the Gods. He shows us the path towards righteousness and spirituality through truthfulness, right conduct, sacrifice, and austerity. He is known to be the divine form of Jupiter, a planet known for knowledge and wisdom. He is the Guru. He’s the lord of speech and a master of reciting divine mantras (prayers). He’s the head of all rituals and ceremonies eulogizing the Gods. So, the native could be a member of elite sacred societies. Lord Brihaspati is the head of the Brahmin (learned) class. He oversees the right transfer of knowledge amongst his disciples. He is the preserver of ancient science and divine knowledge. Saturn, a planet associated with ancient science, is the ruler of this nakshatra. Pushya is one of the most auspicious nakshatras.
The native would be a teacher, trainer, mentor, guide, coach, counselor, or a consultant of some kind. Lord Brihaspati also holds supreme authority over political science and warfare, he advises Lord Indra (the King of heavens) on matters related to governance, public administration, economic policy, law & order, and security. So, the native would be an advisor to C-level executives, politicians, military commanders, or bureaucrats. He’s the guardian of cattle, who nourish us with their milk. So, the native could be in the business of cattle rearing, or milk production, or could be an owner of a bakery, café, or a restaurant. The native could also be a caretaker, healthcare professional, or social worker. A lotus flower is the main symbol of this nakshatra, which symbolizes rising above the mundane duties of life in search of a higher purpose. The nourishing milk, in such a case, is a metaphor for spiritual wisdom, which elevates us to the highest plane (salvation). He’s invoked for an offspring, divine knowledge, protection, and good fortune. The native would be a reputed leader and would have many followers. The native would be caring, protective, would be a provider for one’s family, would be wise, generous, well-educated, well-traveled, philosophical, and a student of theology and spirituality. Mars, who relies on a well-defined plan of action than mere philosophy is at sea in this nakshatra. Under certain chart conditions, the native would possess a know-it-all attitude and would not be receptive to the opinions of the other. Lord Brihaspati, is the son of Sage Angiras who possessed the knowledge of black magic, sorcery, and witchcraft and so the native would have an inclination towards such sciences. In an infamous ancient tale, Lord Brihaspati’s wife, Tara left his company to build a relationship with Moon. Lord Brihaspati took a vow of celibacy in pursuit of spirituality, which may have been the cause of this marital discord. Moon and Tara give birth to Mercury. However, Tara soon returns to Lord Brihaspati and he raises Mercury as his own, which is a symbol of Lord Brihaspati’s forgiving nature and magnanimity.
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