The yoni of Ashlesha nakshatra is a cat. A cat either likes being completely indoors or extremely likes to be outside. Yet the owner usually keeps them inside so they don’t get lost.
Similarly, Ashlesha natives are either extremely introverted or extroverted. Also, they tend to have issues with their because she wants to have control of their lives.
The eyes of Ashlesha people are beautiful and hypnotising considering the fact that the wyes of cats are piercing. If Moon, Sun or Jupiter are in this nakshatra while ascending then, the native will have big bold eyes.
Ashlesha star is the most difficult one. It is tough to channels its energy and it is also believed that this nakshatra is the mysterious one.
The symbol of this nakshatra is a ‘coiled up snake’. A snake may look devious to all but we should understand that the serpents have relevance with god in Hindu mythology. Look at the Lord Shiva who wears Vasuki around his neck. Snakes are visionary and intuitive. They are wise and smart and so are the natives of Ashlesha.
The deity of Ashlesha is Sarpas or Nagas. One of the story surrounds with Nagas in Indian mythology is that the Nagas are the kids of Kadru and Kasyapa. Kadru was the granddaughter of Brahma. At first, the creatures used to live on lands but when they quantity exceeded Brahma made them capable to live in the sea and sent them there.
The legend believes that the snakes live under the sea in palaces of jewels where they rule. This underground kingdom is names as Patala.
The love compatibility of Ashlesha natives is best suitable with the natives of Punarvasu nakshatra. They can also get along well with Anuradha, Shravana, Jyeshta, Purva Ashadha, and Uttara Ashada.
However, Ashlesa natives are really bad combined with Magha and Purvaphalguni because of their yoni animal.
They will perform well in dominating minds so they can be a Psychologists, Snake Charmers, Allopathic Doctors and Surgeons.
Noting their mysterious personality, the will be good as a Secret Service Agents, Spies, Lawyers, Pawnbrokers, Physical, Yoga Teachers, Tantric, Hypnotists.
Lungs, Stomach, Esophagus, Pancreas, Diaphragm, Liver Tissue Cells, Fibres are likely to get affected. Cold Stomach, dropsy, windiness, knee and leg pains, anxiousness, indigestion, phlegm, flatulence, and breathing trouble are all related disorders.
Ashlehsa is a Tikshna nakshatra that should be engaged in destructive, conquering, and covert operations that are hidden from the light of truth. This nakshatra is also suitable for beginning Shiva pooja, adopting a dog or puppy, and studying the weather/being connected to nature.
The caste of this nakshatra is Mleccha (Outcaste). The Ashlehsa natives are the ones to live their life without following society’s norms. These people are fearless about death and the dead. The reason is simply their deity Yama. They can also fall into underworld business.
Owing or having anything that sounds like one of these — Dee- pada 1, Doo- pada 2, Day- pada 3, Doh- pada 4 — will be beneficial for your life or future.
The natives of Ashlesha nakshatra are advised to have essential oils to lighten up their mood. If their minds will be stressful or exhausted, they will not be able to handle any situation.
Diamonds are also beneficial for them considering the Nagalok ( a place where Nagas live). Diamonds and gems carry some kind of mystical energy that suits these natives.
Guna are of three types in total. This profile tells us about the personality of someone. In this case, the Guna is Sattva. People with this Guna, spread light and hope. They are perceptive in life.
Gana defines all kinds of relationship between the native and other people. There are Deva (Godly), Manushya (Human) and Rakshasa (Demon) in total and the Gana of Ashlesha is Rakshasa (Demon).
In the people with Rakshasa Gana, the darker side is prominent. Here they are stubborn and self-centred. In fact, they might pick up fights desperately. But they do have great intuitive powers.
Also, it is necessary to understand that this part just highlight the darker side.
The motivation of Ashlesha native is Dharma. It represents the will to find a purpose in life and fulfil the destiny.
Tridosha (Ayurveduc Dosha)
Kapha is the connection between things. In the presence of strong Kapha, a person feel motivated, dominating and it gives the person a feeling of completeness. Even when Kapha is in its average state, a person becomes soft towards others and feels the urge of helping.
But Kpaha is weak, the person feel shattered and demotivated. Its natives gains weights or develop allergies and suffer from it.
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