Worldwide Nakshatra Course and Rohini Nakshatra

Michael Conneely

Michael Conneely

Worldwide Nakshatra Course and Rohini Nakshatra

Rohini Nakshatra is the 4th Nakshatra. The Nakshatras are the wonderful and powerful 27 Lunar Signs of Vedic Astrology. See my Worldwide Nakshatras Course website

In Part 1 of my course, you receive full charts at the outset and full information about each of the Nakshatras’ qualities and characteristics, plus a reading list, and there’s a video for each Nakshatra for you to review. You study each of the Nakshatra with reference to your chart and mine, and this approach makes our study caring, grounded and authentic. We develop great penetrating perception and wisdom, and always we ask: what steps can we take to heal and empower?

In Part 2 of my course, you receive a statement of the several powerful dedicated techniques of Nakshatra Analysis, including predictive use of the Nakshatras through predictive periods called dashas, and also transits. You apply each of these powerful and illuminating techniques to our charts. These techniques are very powerful illumination indeed. They transform our astrological understanding. They transform our life.

The Nakshatras give very powerful and penetrating insight into our emotional natures and our consciousness arising therefrom, and our potential for relationships, career, spiritual path and relationships. Each Nakshatra has many subtle attributes to give us depth uncanny knowledge about ourselves and others. For example, each Nakshatra has a power animal, a ruling planet, a ruling deity, a symbol, and each Nakshatra links to the great and ancient Vedic analysis systems of the Doshas, the Ganas, the Aims of Life, and so on

Nakshatra No. 4, Rohini Nakshatra occupies 10° – 23°20′ Taurus. It contains the bright star Aldebaran. Rohini is ruled by The Moon, its ruling deity is the powerful, creative Brahma. Its symbol is the Chariot, its power animal is the Male Serpent. Rohini is motivated to Moksha (salvation). Its Gunas orientation (to three levels) is: Rajas, Tamas and Rajas, so Rohini people are desirous and materialistic. Its Ayurvedic Dosha is Kapha. And, being all in the Vedic sign Taurus, its quality is Fixed.

How can we describe Rohinis? Well, Rohinis are passionate, sexually seductive, elegant, attractive and charismatic. They have an alluring, wish-fulfilling, creative nature. They love children, art, music and luxury, prosperity and abundance. Their fertile nature means they achieve their goals. They are generally snobbish, pampered and materialistic and are often horribly critical of those whom they consider not up to their own standards. They are snobby, so they only really open up in intimate situations.

Rohinis are expressive ‘smooth talkers’, often popular and charismatic in the right social circles. They have an unflinching fixity of purpose to get their way. They are opportunists with a knack for gaining favours, and can generally be conservative, healthy and long-living. Unfavourably, Rohinis take advantage of the trust or belief that others put in them; they can be the deceptive manipulator; sexually or sensually indulgent; capri­cious; quick to find weakness then lose interest in others. Rohinis have huge potential for con­flicts or lack of alignment with their mother – conflicts where they are stubborn and definitely overly analytical.

The Myth of Rohini is that The Moon fell in love with her above all the other 26 signs. Rohini is regarded as one of the most favourable lunar con­stellations for one’s earthly life. Rohini was the favourite bride of Chandra, the lunar god. She became his favourite because of her beauty, artistic talents and exper­tise in the ‘erotic arts’. The colour red is associated with Rohini. Rohini means red and red relates to passion and sensua­lity.

Rohini constellation consists of five stars, among which is the red star Aldabaran. If the Moon is in Rohini, then the Moon is exalted. This means that Rohini is an exceptionally favou­rable position for the Moon to be in.

Rohini carries a big risk, however. A person with a strong Rohini emphasis in their birth chart may get lost and stuck in the materialistic aspects of life, and lose their spiritual meaning and path. They lose their spiritual meaning at their peril.

Each Nakshatra is divided into four quarters or ‘padas’.

The first pada of Rohini is Aries pada 10°00′ to 13°20′ Taurus. The Mars ruled quality brings passionate, impulsive, impatient nature, where the Sun is exalted and Saturn is debilitated and cannot express his qualities well.

The second pada of Rohini is Taurus pada: 13°20′ to 16°40′ Taurus. This pada has special potential as it is vargottama: in the same sign in the Rashi birth chart as in the Navamsha soul/marriage chart. And this second Pada is also pushkara, which means it has special potential for healing its wound and achieving success thereby.

The third pada of Rohini is Gemini Pada: more mentalistic and business-like.

And the fourth pada of Rohini is Cancer Pada: 20°00′ to 23°20′ Taurus. A person with this emphasis is very home orientated, but can be watery and unstable. Jupiter and Moon do well here, but Mars does not.

See my Nakshatras Course website: www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com

I look forward to working with you,
Michael Conneely

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Worldwide Nakshatra Course and Krittika Nakshatra

Krittika Nakshatra is the 3rd of the 27 Nakshatras, the wonderful and powerfully declarative Lunar Signs of Vedic Astrology.

Learn all about Krittika and its warrior challenges, plus all of the Nakshatras, in my dedicated Nakshatras course:
www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com
In Part 1, you learn each of the Nakshatras in turn, focusing on your chart and mine so as to keep the discussion caring genuine and authentic. Where neither of us have a planet in any given Nakshatra, you bring in family friends or celebrity charts.
And in Part 2 of my Nakshatras Course, you learn the powerful techniques of astrological analysis using Nakshatras and Nakshatra Techniques.

Have a look at this video about Krittika:

The Ruler of Krittika Nakshatra is the Sun who can be angry and fight. Krittikas are possessed of intense awareness and the ability to undergo purification. They have a lot of energy and pride. Krittika spans 26°40′ Vedic Aries – 10° Vedic Taurus and its symbol is a knife.Its deities are: Agni, the god of fire and Karttikeya, the general of the heavenly army. Its Keywords are: heroic, sharp, protecting, full of initiatives. Its translation is: ‘the one who cuts’. Essentially, this is a malefic Nakshatra. This is  jailor energy and is not easy at all.

Favorably, Krittikas are motivated achievers who acquire many things; bright with strong appetites, goal oriented people who like to get the bot­tom line and go for what they want. This is the survivor; dignified and taking a pride in what they do. They will honor their commitments; be a good leader and straightforward.

But unfavourably, Krittikas are piercing, criticizing and fault-finding. Intimidating, with cutting blunt manners, though they can put on the social graced. They are not open to advice; hard to please; impatient and respond too strongly to challenges. They set goals or expectations too high; and definitely burn out their health by constant and unrelent­ing activity.

In the sky, Krittika is positioned in the form of a group of stars called “The Pleiades“, or the “weeping sis­ters” as they are some­times called.  The warrior may bring destruction and sad­ness. Howe­ver, he may also be the protector of the good and the des­troyer of evil.  The warrior knows what he wants and he is prepared to give his life in order to protect what is good.

To learn about Krittika and any of the Nakshatras, and they powerful techniques of Nakshatra analysis, have a look at my Nakshatras course:
www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com

I look forward to working with you,
Michael

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Worldwide Nakshatra Course and Bharani Nakshatra

Bharani Nakshatra is the 2nd of the 27 Nakshatras, the wonderful and powerfully declarative Lunar Signs of Vedic Astrology.

Learn all about Bharani Nakshatra and its powerful presence, plus all of the Nakshatras, in my dedicated Nakshatras course:
http://www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com/
In Part 1, you learn each of the Nakshatras in turn, focusing on your chart and mine so as to keep the discussion caring genuine and authentic. Where neither of us have a planet in any given Nakshatra, you bring in family friends or celebrity charts.
And in Part 2 of my Nakshatras Course, you learn the powerful techniques of astrological analysis using Nakshatras and Nakshatra Techniques.

The translation of the name Bharani is: The Bearer. Its Power animal is the Bull Elephant and its symbol is: A female sex organ. Its Presiding Deity is Yama (Death or the setting sun). Bharani’s Location is Vedic Aries 13°20′ to Vedic Aries 26°40′ and Bharani’s Ruling Planet is Venus.

The energy of Bharani is extreme: swings between polar opposites: puritanism and bohemia, naivete and wisdom, maturity and immaturity, life and death. Eager and full of desire. They crash into experiencing life to the full. primeval innocence, instinct rather than reason. Overwhelming desire so they are hard to restrain. There are no boundaries to the Bharani universe. It all depends on how evolved they are. The energy is creative, and so part of this is that they Indulge in things they shouldn’t.

Ruled by Venus, their smile is manipulative and seductive, and compelling. But they can be cruel sinister and morbid. So, their Caste is mleccha: outcaste. It’s explosive energy that can’t be controlled within any social structure.

Favorably, Bharani is quick-minded; desires new experiences (especially with love affairs); prefers spontaneous behavior; gets things done quickly; dutiful; sticks by their family and friends and has a courageous though can be bullying attitude. But unfavourably, Bharani can be fickle, amoral, too clever or calculating; doesn’t pace themselves; resists control; can be in denial and unman­ageable, stubborn, childlike, vulnerable; their vigour often bothers more conservative people

Bharani has to do with growing processes that emerge from wit­hin.  It is the constellation of the womb where new life comes into being.  It has to do with birth and transformation.  Birth and death belong together – there is no separation.  Each time we enter a new phase of our life, we conclude an old one.  The dying of the old is the logical consequence of the birth of the new.  It is because of this that Yama, the god of death, belongs to this constellation.

The vagina is the symbol of this lunar constel­lation.  The vagina welcomes the seed that makes new life possible and is the way through which new life comes into the world.  The sexual act is the foundation of the beginning of new life.  The transforma­tion processes connected to this constellation, however, can be violent, a difficult and painful process.

The Nakshatra Bharani is related to Tamas – motivated to remove difficulties or avoid trouble. Bharani people are Mlecchas – barbarians, mainly concerned with the pursuit of artha – wealth and worldly comfort. The temperament of Bharani is Manusha – human | down to earth and tangible and its sex is Female. Elementally, and through Ayurveda (the medical System of India), Bharani is related to Pitta – (fire) – ambition. Its nature is to be fierce and severe, ideally in a balanced way. It is closely associated with preservation

To learn more about Bharani, and all the Nakshatras, plus the powerful techniques associated with them, have a look at my Nakshatras course:
www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com

I look forward to working with you,
Michael

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Worldwide Nakshatra Course and Ashwini Nakshatra

Ashwini Nakshatra is the 1st of the 27 Nakshatras, the wonderful and powerfully declarative Lunar Signs of Vedic Astrology.

Learn all about Ashwini Nakshatra and its driven but Healer nature, plus all of the Nakshatras, in my dedicated Nakshatras course:
www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com
In Part 1, you learn each of the Nakshatras in turn, focusing on your chart and mine so as to keep the discussion caring genuine and authentic. Where neither of us have a planet in any given Nakshatra, you bring in family friends or celebrity charts.
And in Part 2 of my Nakshatras Course, you learn the powerful techniques of astrological analysis using Nakshatras and Nakshatra Techniques.

Ashwini is the 1st of the 27 Nakshatras. The ruling planet of Ashwini is Ketu, the South Node of the Moon. The first two degrees of Ashwini are in the Gandanta Zone, a special sensitive zone that occurs at each of the transitions from Water Sign to fire Sign: in Ashwini’s case the transition from Pisces to Aries. Ashwini springs out of the Void full of panic, full of knowledge that this material realm is not the full reality, hence Ashwini’s rulership by Ketu.
Ashwini’s Symbol is: Horse’s head.
Ashwini’s Deities are: Ashwini Kumaras – Dasra and Nasatya; the horse-headed twins, the divine physicians.
Ashwini occupies 0° – 13°20′ of Mesha or Vedic Aries.
Ashwinis are pioneers, innovators and explorers. They are heroic, courageous, restless, impatient, full of zest for life and with a strong desire to be of healing service.
But negatively they are hyper-driven, hurtfully impatient, inconsiderate and irresponsible.
N.B. The Ashwini key theme is to learn to be the Horse Tamer, not the spooked horse!
They have a danger of rushing into relationships that could destroy them, and to which their family may well be opposed, and they can only be lucky to escape these relationships later on.
They are prone to injuries through rushing about, especially ankles.
Ashwinis are natural healers and they also put a halt to the ageing process and have a sense of eternal youth. A doctor has to be on the spot quickly.  Ashwinis, like a good doctor tra­vels at high speed to the place where he has to help sick people or has to assist in case of an accident.  This constellation deals with means of transport and rapid acti­ons. A person for whom the Ashwini con­stel­la­tion plays an important role, is open to the needs of others and wants to do somet­hing about these needs in a preferably quick and effi­cient way. This may result in heroic acts, and as a consequence in a growing popularity of the person.  In this case the ego has to be strong enough to handle this populari­ty. Ashwini Nakshatra is very strongly related to Rajas – desire! desire! desire! strongly motivated to fulfill desires or reach personal goals.  

The temperament of Aswinni is Deva – angelic; loving and accommodating and its sex is Male. Each Nakshatra has a special power or Shakti, the power of Aswinni allows for quickly reaching things. Its heavenly basis emanates for those to be healed, which results in healing therapies, through which the world becomes free from disease.

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Worldwide Nakshatra Course and Punarvasu Nakshatra

Punarvasu is the 7th of the 27 Nakshatras, the wonderful and powerfully declarative Lunar Signs of Vedic Astrology.

Learn all about Punarvasu and its challenges and victories, plus all of the Nakshatras, in my dedicated Nakshatras course:
www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com
In Part 1, you learn each of the Nakshatras in turn, focusing on your chart and mine so as to keep the discussion caring genuine and authentic. Where neither of us have a planet in any given Nakshatra, you bring in family friends or celebrity charts.
And in Part 2 of my Nakshatras Course, you learn the powerful techniques of astrological analysis using Nakshatras and Nakshatra Techniques.
This course will change the way you see life!


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Worldwide Nakshatras Course and your Manasa Nakshatra: Your Default State of Consciousness

Worldwide Nakshatras Course and your Manasa Nakshatra: Your Default State of Consciousness: what to do about it and when.

Learn the Power and Beauty of the Nakshatras.

The Nakshatras are the wonderful and powerful 27 Lunar Signs of Vedic Astrology. See my Worldwide Nakshatras Course website: http://www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com/

Our Manasa Nakshatra is the 25th Nakshatra counted from our natal Moon. It is very important to know its characteristics because is powerfully and accurately describes our Default State of Consciousness, our mentality, our mental strengths, and our obsessions.

It is additionally so important to know what Nakshatra is our Manasa Nakshatra, and to know the dates when Saturn will transit through it on his 28-year orbit round the sun. This is because the transit of Saturn through our Manasa Nakshatra is the start of our Sade Sate period. Sade sate is the seven and a half year very difficult period when Saturn transits over our natal Moon.

If we know the name, and characteristics of our Manasa Nakshatra, and the date Saturn will hit it, we are in such a stronger position than someone entering sade sate blind.

If we are properly informed in this way we will be expecting the mental disturbance, the pessimism, the doubt, the tumult, the endless worry. We will have the chance to put into place ways of stabilising and healing our mind.

In Part 1 of my Nakshatra course, you receive full charts at the outset and full information about each of the Nakshatras’ qualities and characteristics, plus a reading list, and there’s a video for each Nakshatra for you to review. You study each of the Nakshatra with reference to your chart and mine, and this approach makes our study caring, grounded and authentic. We develop great penetrating perception and wisdom, and always we ask: what steps can we take to heal and empower?
In Part 2 of my Nakshatra course, you receive a statement of the several powerful dedicated techniques of Nakshatra Analysis, including predictive use of the Nakshatras through predictive periods called dashas, and also transits. You apply each of these powerful and illuminating techniques to our charts. These techniques are very powerful illumination indeed. They transform our astrological understanding. They transform our life.

See my Nakshatras Course website: http://www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com/
I look forward to working with you,
Michael

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