Worldwide Nakshatra Course and Hasta Nakshatra

Michael ConneelyHasta Nakshatra #13

See the full details of my Nakshatras course at: www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com

In part 1 of my course, you study each Nakshatra in turn, with special reference to the manifestation of that Nakshatras energy in your chart and mine, but also bringing in family, friends and celebrities.

In Part 2 of my course, you learn the full range of the interpretation techniques using the nakshatras, such as Navtara the derived Nakshatras table (the Tara system) and health astrology using the Nakshatras, Surya, Manasa and Nadi Nakshatras. Nakshatras for relationship compatibility. Predictive study of the Nakshatras: You also analyse the predictive implications of transits of planets through the Nakshatras and, using Nakshatra analysis, you also deepen your analysis of Vedic Astrology’s wonderful system of predictive periods and sub-periods: the Dashas and Bhuktis.

There’s opportunity if you wish for it for linking the astrological perception, to approaches of healing and empowerment, to use of art and embodiment work, and for example to psychological awareness such as psychosynthesis, psychosynthesis roleplay, Inner Child Work and Family Constellation Work. All my astrology is geared to our healing, and where applicable, there’s a wide range of worldwide Healing Modalities available as well.
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Worldwide Nakshatra Course & UttaraPhalguni Nakshatra #12

Worldwide Nakshatra Course & UttaraPhalguni Nakshatra #12

UttaraPhalguni Nakshatra is the 12th of the 27 Nakshatras or Lunar signs of Vedic Astrology. If you or your partner have a planet in this or any of the Nakshatras, it is really important to understand UttaraPhalguni Nakshatra. And for further details, you can study my worldwide Nakshatra Course: www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com.

The Lord of uttara Phalguni is: The Sun
Symbol: Rear Legs of Bed
Deity: Aryama Aditya: the god of hospitality and helping others. the friend. the match-maker.
Power Animal: The Bull (male cow): demanding and stubborn animal nature.
Restless, nervous, constantly searching, curious
Gentle, tender, peaceful, sensual, romantic, caring
UttaraPhalgunis are travellers, investigators, researchers, collectors, public speakers and communicators.
They are very orientated to their family and family inheritance. Patrons and bringers of prosperity. They show courage, endurance and ambition, as well as spiritual growth and mental expansion.
Very orientated to their friends. Popular, reliable and helpful. They will work to end disagreements.
Stable, successful leaders.
But you do need to realize that the rulership of the Sun means that this person can be cruel and sharp and very much the individual, as well as a benevolent patron, teacher or preacher. They don’t take well to the subservient position and need at least a bit of status. They are usually self-confident in attitude, though negatively this is pride and self-aggrandizement and even megalomania. It is very important for an Uttaraphalguni to fulfill his Dharma.

Like Sun-ruled Nakshatra 3, Krittika, UttaraPhalguni has an urge to conquer and be competitive, but he is more forgiving than Krittika. However, UttaraPhalguni’s shadow side is the person who failed to find a meaningful relationship, with co-dependence and over-giving creating resentment, ingratitude and aloneness.

UttaraPhalguni spans the vedic signs: 26°40′ Leo to 10°00′ Virgo – so he is mainly in Mercury-ruled Virgo = discrimination, humour, agility, amiability and awareness. The Mercury component means they can lie and cheat, though.

Favorable: A level-headed leader or manager; associates well with people in power and gets financial benefit from them; good communi­cator; loves luxury and comfort; liberal yet has fixed principles; happy, friendly, and likeable—especially popular with mates and partners; socially smart; generally fortunate

Unfavorable: May have many partners (in and out of marriage); egotistical, orders people about without due consideration for their feel­ings; obstinate, disdainful, vain, arrogant, takes too much for them­selves (the “lion’s share”); not grateful; a social climber; may be sad or angry under a “happy smile”.

See the full details of my Nakshatras course at: www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com

In part 1 of the course, you study each Nakshatra in turn, with special reference to the manifestation of that Nakshatras energy in your chart and mine, but also bringing in family, friends and celebrities. The aim of this chart focus is to promote caring and authentic discussion and analysis. There is 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. So, what you do is you analyse the implications for each of the planets in our two charts in the light of the Nakshatras they occupy. What does this mean for our personality, for our life, for our destiny? How will it affect our emotional natures and consciousness arising therefrom? What steps can we take to heal and empower?

In Part 2 of the course, you learn the full range of the interpretation techniques using the nakshatras, such as Navtara the derived Nakshatras table (the Tara system) and health astrology using the Nakshatras, Surya, Manasa and Nadi Nakshatras. Nakshatras for relationship compatibility. Predictive study of the Nakshatras: You also analyse the predictive implications of transits of planets through the Nakshatras and, using Nakshatra analysis, you also deepen your analysis of Vedic Astrology’s wonderful system of predictive periods and sub-periods: the Dashas and Bhuktis

In all cases, there will be opportunity if you wish for it for linking of the astrological perception, to approaches of healing and empowerment, and use of art and embodiment work, and for example: psychosynthesis, psychosynthesis roleplay, Inner Child Work and Family Constellation Work, where applicable. ​A wide range of separately charged skilled worldwide Healing Modalities is available if you would feel this to be individually beneficial for you.

I look forward to hearing from you,
Michael

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Learn more about Ashwini Nakshatra #1
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Learn more about Krittika Nakshatra #3
Learn more about Rohini Nakshatra #4
Learn more about Arda Nakshatra #6
Learn more about Pushyami Nakshatra #8
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Worldwide Nakshatra Course & Purva Phalguni Nakshatra

Nakshatra No 11. Purva Phalguni Nakshatra

Purva Phalguni Nakshatra people with an emphasis in the Lunar sign No 11, PurvaPhalguni, are carefree, attractive, sensual, affectionate, sociable, kind, generous and loyal; they have convincing ability and creativity. They are artistic, lazy and vain. They are needy in relationships. They value family but Love and lust feature largely in their nature, and wanting beauty and loveliness. They can attract good fortune and generous patrons or employers. This is the Nakshatra of happy marriage, lovers and romance (though Venus is debilitated in Leo’s Virgo Pada, which is PurvaPhalguni Pada or quarter 2).

Purva Phalguni is the 11th Nakshatra out of the 27 Nakshatras which are the powerfully declarative and beautiful 27 Lunar Signs of Vedic Astrology.

Purva Phalguni Nakshatra spans 13°20′ – 26°40′ of the vedic sign of Leo or Simha.

Purva Phalguni’s Symbol: The front legs of a bed. Also, a fireplace.

The Nakshatra Deity: Bhaga Aditya, god of conjugal bliss and prosperity, also Luck. Brings Fortune and Marriage.

Keywords:
Love, sexuality, prosperity, light-heartedness, creativity. The God, Bhaga, and his wife and sons/daughters: The Vedic combination of pleasure and happiness with Spirituality.

Purva Phalguni Nakshatra relates to rest, re­laxing and en­joy­ment.  The god Bhaga belonging to this con­stellation spreads pros­perity in every area of life.  The conjugal bliss that has to do with Purva Phalguni is also symbolised by open fire, which is anot­her symbol for this constel­lation.  It represents a warm family atmosphere.  Purva Phalgu­ni Nakshatra symbolises a resting-point. However, Purva Phalguni people are also are passionate and sensuous, and this may be at odds with their desire for domesticity. They are creative, educated and intelligent and they are ambitious and hard workers to achieve their desires. Because of their Pitta, they can burn out quickly, and their vital spark can make them aggressive. The sexual creative fire burns brightly in them.

This is not a constellation of violent transformation proces­ses, but of wanting a simple domestic life without too many disrupti­ons and their creativity and socialisation can actually harm the domesticity. A religious attitude has to become visible in one’s every day routine.  By traditi­on, the fulfilment of family responsibi­lities is considered to be an important religi­ous obli­ga­tion.

Amongst other things, the god Bhaga involves ero­ticism, but in this case, this is less about eroticism as a trans­cen­dental experien­ce, but more about the enjoy­ment of it.  Eroticism as a way of reproduction is also emphasised in this constellation.  Through eroticism, life comes into being and the family is formed.

It is related to Tamas – motivated to remove difficulties or avoid trouble.

Favorable: inheritance. Warm, sustaining and nourishing. Love of music, dance and drama. Creative without being active: through relaxation. Bright, physically active; focus is on the body; physi­cal approaches to healing; lively and friendly; sweet speech; likes to give; wants fame and attention; loyal; good at ministering to those in a higher position; advocate; aristocratic, cultured, and oriented to the refined; would rather “entice” someone than force them. Kindness and loyalty are their beautiful characteristics. Likes beautiful clothes. Delightful.

Unfavorable: Capable of being cruel; this is a naturally cruel Nakshatra and can easily do ruthless acts. Their self-obsessive aspect usually makes them cruel or unnerving to their children; they usually have children but are not very suited to the parental role. Vanity, narcissism and indulgence. Pretentious and theatrical. Lazy. Vain and pompous. Reckless; focused too much on getting what they want; builds up debts; strong aversion to being uncomfortable. Impulsive craving and disturbed mind. Promiscuous and addictive. showy; falls into bouts of gloom or depression if they do not get the praise and comfort that they feel is their right; vindictive if hurt but not in a confrontation­al manner. Black magic.

You can learn about Purva Phalguni Nakshatra and each of the Nakshatras in my Worldwide Course: www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com
The course is studied with reference to two charts: yours and mine, so as to ensure authenticity and groundedness.
Part 2 of the course shares the detail of the powerful and incisive analytic techniques using the nakshatras, including for love and marriage, health and also derived Nakshatra sequences.
I look forward to working with you
Michael

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Worldwide Nakshatras Course and Pushyami Nakshatra

Michael ConneelyNakshatra #8. Pushyami Nakshatra

The Nakshatras are the 27-sign Lunar Zodiac of Vedic Astrology. They are supremely good at depicting our emotional nature and thus our consciousness arising therefrom. They are deeply ancient and powerful celestial wisdom and reflect the lunar Zodiac: the position of the Moon in the heavens. They are profound and offer both penetratingly exact novelistic interpretation as well as simply divine perception, classification and categorization. This post discusses Nakshatra #8, Pushyami Nakshatra

The Pushyami power animal is the Ram. There are those who say Pushyamis are pushy, but as a Pushyami Ascendant/Lagna myself, I say that’s a lie! Rams are nice! OK in other versions the power animal of Pushyami is the ‘Lead Goat’ and what could be nicer than that!?

OK: well, perhaps we’re a bit pushy – maybe sometimes! But we’re only pushy because we care!

OK, well, OK, I’ll admit it. The fact is that Pushyamis actually need to learn the that they harm. Their pushiness does harm to others, as well as harm to themselves, as they are actually habitually using their energy to be pushy. So, I suppose I’ll admit it. And Pushyamis can actually harm themselves by projecting a very false front, which denies, hide, belies or even damages other important qualities lying behind that Pushyami Ascendant – qualities and sensitivities there may be in the personality which will just get hidden by the ‘front’.

In fact, an important truth is that if you have planets in Pushyami, you have to admit the truth and recognise your failings, before you can find your strength. But they key energy that is seeking to express itself through you is Brahman and Kshatriya, and the nurturer: priest, warrior and nurturer.

Here are some key qualities of Pushyamis:

Favorable: religious, spiritual and devotional, and often with a deep conventional spiritual issue to deal with. They are intelligent, spiritual, priestly, benevolent. They are philosophers and teachers. They are maternal, kind, helpful and generous: soothing, nourishes or helps others. they are caring. They have a sense of home, family and community. But there is also the side to them that is the warrior, inde­pendent and self-sufficient. They are interested in education and humanitarian activities, socially adept, make good counselors and public servants, make people feel wanted, want to learn all they can about life—makes them knowledgeable in many areas, earn a good living, respected, mod­erate in desire, passionate about what they believe in, will come strong­ly to the defense of something or someone they believe in. they are orientated to increase and expansion, and once they have started on something they very often most definitely will succeed! Pushyamis tend to be prudent, contemplative, conservative, sober, careful, self-reliant, systematic, methodical and patient. They are usually very hard-working. They are often introverted, but often well-liked. They can be ‘the wise guy’. They can tend to talk thoughtfully.

Unfavorable: Zealot, too talkative, interested in so many things that they don’t become great in any one thing, they are high-minded but arrogant. Also, they are overly sensitive or emo­tional, their devotion can turn to submission leaving them open to being a martyr or victim; get defrauded by believing in the wrong people. They can be needy dependent and addictive, fond of good food even to excessive eating. They have a stubborn, selfish nature with arrogance and pride, rigid and narrow-minded. They can have a very orthodox streak, strangely: even when they are very alternative. From the Cancer placement, they are prone to clinging on to hurt, sensitivity and jealousy. They can become lethargic or passive at times, as they fluctuate.

Friends: They very definitely need to learn in life to be more discriminating with their friends, associations and groups.
Mother: Strong issues with mother

Family: problems with family of origin. Their Cancerian attachment to their mother or their family members can be positive, but often it gravely inhibits their life and growth. And they are very insecure, and cling to hurt.

Marriage: Pushyami can be desperately unfortunate for marriage. They can have to learn the hard way here. Prince Charles has Pushyami Ascendant.

Obviously, if they have Pushyami Lagna/Ascendant, Saturn-ruled Capricorn will be in the 7th House and Saturn-ruled Aquarius will be the 8th House.

If the Moon is in Pushyami, well, this will activate the Saturn energy because Saturn rules Pushyami, and so 7th House from Moon will be Capricorn.

Symbol: Its key symbol is teat of cow – arrow – flower and the Deity is Brihaspati- teacher of the Devas and the Vedic Priest. The name “Pushyami” means nourisher- flower- the best. Pushya literally is related to the breasts. It is about nurturing and nourishment which of course is a part of the body and a function that brings about connection and stability. This is a very gentle Nakshatra at root.

See the full details of Pushyami and all 27 Nakshatras by studying my Nakshatras course, which is presented at: www.nakshatrasadvancedcourse.com

In part 1 of the course, you study each Nakshatra in turn, with special reference to the manifestation of that Nakshatras energy in your chart, e.g Pushyami Nakshatra  and mine, but also bringing in family, friends and celebrities. The aim of this chart focus is to promote caring and authentic discussion and analysis. There is 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.

Natal study of the Nakshatras: So, what you do is you analyse the implications for each of the planets in our two charts in the light of the Nakshatras they occupy. What does this mean for our personality, for our life, for our destiny? How will it affect our emotional natures and consciousness arising therefrom? What steps can we take to heal and empower?

In Part 2 of the course, you learn the full range of the interpretation techniques using the nakshatras, such as Navtara the derived Nakshatras table (the Tara system) and health astrology using the Nakshatras, Surya, Manasa and Nadi Nakshatras. Nakshatras for relationship compatibility. Predictive study of the Nakshatras: You also analyse the predictive implications of transits of planets through the Nakshatras and, using Nakshatra analysis, you also deepen your analysis of Vedic Astrology’s wonderful system of predictive periods and sub-periods: the Dashas and Bhuktis

Correspondence: You email me your work in respect of each Nakshatra within Part 1 and then each Technique within Part 2, and I then email you my response, which is always detailed, learned and very caring. You are always welcome to ask questions at any point.

In all cases, there will be opportunity if you wish for it for linking of the astrological perception, to approaches of healing and empowerment, and use of art and embodiment work, and for example: psychosynthesis, psychosynthesis roleplay, Inner Child Work and Family Constellation Work, where applicable. ​A wide range of separately charged skilled worldwide Healing Modalities is available if you would feel this to be individually beneficial for you.

This Nakshatras Course shares with my other two Vedic Astrology Courses, the opportunity to study some of Vedic Astrology’s deepest secrets.
It is a powerful tool for developing a profound view of your own astrological chart and it can help in realising your true path and nature.
It is especially important for discovering your soul’s destiny and helping you to maximise your potential and heal and resolve problems and issues you have in this life; be they emotional, physical or mental.
In fact, my Vedic Astrology courses are exceptional in offering a combination of Astrology and optional Healing techniques that can bring about empowerment and profound and long lasting change to a person.

And they offer opportunity for Western Astrology crossover if you wish for that additional dimension.

I look forward to hearing from you,
Michael

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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

Learn more about Ashwini Nakshatra #1
Learn more about Bharani Nakshatra #2
Learn more about Krittika Nakshatra #3

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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