A lion is the yoni animal of Poorva Bhadrapada nakshatra. Lions always sleep, eat and repeat. They do hunt but only when they are needed to, not due to any obligation upon them. The lion always loves their freedom hence they do not take accountability of anything which is why, often in life, the natives of this nakshatra too feel demotivated in life for having no direction to go to.
At some point of life, natives of Poorva Bhadrapada live like a homeless before emerging as a great politician, creator or someone big. It shows that a person of this nakshatra needs to get the motivation in life. They must find their life purpose.
Despite the urge of being free of all responsibilities, these people are extremely protective of their children.
There are multiple symbols of this nakshatra that are twins, funeral cot legs and two swords. Twins represents the duality in their nature. These people can manage to have two different opinions or personality at the same time.
By funeral, it means that these people are curious to know what’s beyond or within death. It also makes these people conscious of health and life. Poorva Bhadrapada natives would pick up the old, antique art if given choice. Because of their interest in things that might have loose value by time or in fact, gained significance over the time.
The deity of this nakshatra, Aja Ekapad, is depicted with a trident and a deer, recalling how Rudra pierced the head of Brahma, who was stalking Saraswati in the shape of a stag. He is associated with rishis and munis (saints) who practice meditation while standing on one leg as he is one-footed. This nakshatra has links with a strict kind of meditation or left-handed tantra practice.
The natives of Poora Bhadrapada make good couple with the ones of Uttarashada and Shravan. On the contrary, the natives of Uttara Phalguni, Bharani, and Revathi are not compatible.
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Abnormal circulatory system, ulcerated gums, swelling feet, enlarged liver, hernia, jaundice, abdominal tumour, corns in feet, and gut defect are all common among natives.
Purva Bhadrapada is a Ugra nakshatra, which is an ideal period for funeral rights or causing damage, to gain knowledge of death or searching for paranormal and ghostly things or tantaric activities.
This nakshatra belongs to the Brahmin caste. They are not the ordinary ones but the outcaste Brahmin. They are the Durgadari, those who possess Durga’s vitality. Durga’s definition is “unreachable,” indicating something that is not of this planet, dimension, or Universe.
The sounds like Say- pada 1, So- pada 2, Daa- pada, Dee- pada 4 are the beneficial ones for the natives of this nakshatra. Having, driving or eating things with these sounds will have a great impact.
The one thing to keep in mind is to have the perfect chair. The bad, broken or problematic chair can create issues constantly in the life of these people. To balance the wild energy in life, one should place a male brass lion in South direction in their house.
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 Poorva Bhadrapada is Manushya.
Basically, those who belong to the Manushya gana have the nature of a god and demon. They will be inclined to make choices for good as well as evil. Such is the mixed nature of Manushya Gana.
The motivation of Punarvasu native is Artha which represents that the natives of Poorva Bhadrapada are much into the materialism. These natives will always have the motivation for achieving targets with practical approach.
Tridosha (Ayurveduc Dosha)
Vata means “wind.” Vata that is made up of space and air represents unlimited possibilities, mobility, and change. The Vata Dosha is associated with high-energy, and creative ideas. It also enhances mental ability and peace.
Vata control every nerve and artery in your body. It is balanced when you are energetic, passionate, and open-minded. Anxiety, insomnia, dry skin, and weight gain are all symptoms of being out of balance. You’ll lose your ability to focus and become stiff in your thinking.
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