The animal of Punarvasu is the female cat who is protective, a hunter and a territorial animal. Meanwhile, a wild cat is also a hunter to wants to feel safe. In Egypt mythology, cats are symbolic of royal who keep cleansing your aura to keep you away from negative energy.
In the older times, cats were taught to assist its owner in developing psychic abilities as they have the ability to see spirits.
The behviour of these natives become stubborn and volatile when this nakshatra is positioned on the Cancer side. Meanwhile, if this nakshatra is placed on Gemini side then, these people will become hunters. Apparently, they have the qualities of hunter in both the positions but in the Cancer side, it emerges when needed.
Punarvasu natives are focused on their hunts and targets. More importantly, they know how to get it. A cat always corners its prey before attacking. So do these people.
This nakshatra is the birth star of Indian God Lord Rama who is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Lord Rama was born in the royal family. He got exiled for 14 years on the orders of his stepmother Kaikayi. As Kaikayi wanted her son to handle the throne.
A Punarvasu individual will face a phase of 10-14 years when he would not what he wants to do and what actually is he doing. However, the native would have brought it upon him by himself. Because, if Rama wanted, he could have refused to go but he did not.
Also, taking the story of Luv-Kush, the two sons of Rama and Sita, a Punarvasu native has the possibility to give birth to the twins.
Punarvasu natives fins it diffculti to put their entire faith in someone, which is why, they are suspicious of their partners. Just like the lord Rama did not trust her wife and asked her to prove her purity as she had been living in Ravana’s palace when she was kidnapped. Sita had to give ‘Agni Pariksha’, a test of walking through the fire to prove her purity. So, they could be many breakups or divorce too.
Punarvasu’s male Nakshatra, Ashlesha, is the masculine companion to this female Nakshatra. Punarvasu is compatible with Jyeshta, Anuradha Sravana, and Purva Ashadha nakshatras since his animal yoni is female cat.
Magha and Purva Phalguni, which are personified by male and female rats, are the most incompatible nakshatras with Punarvasu.
Punarvasu’s story is related to land, real estate, and resorts because of Aditi being its deity. She gave birth to Vamana, a Vishnu avatar who merely requested three steps of land from demon king Mahabali, who didn’t comprehend the little boy’s ultimate potential. The boy grew turn into a gigantic man, conquered all of the demon’s kingdoms, and took control of three universes in just three steps.
Punarvasu people are usually looking to enter into the real estate or resort sector since owning land provides them a sense of accomplishment.
Under this nakshatra, it is good to work as a merchandising specialist, selling other people’s items.
Rules Ear, Throat, Shoulders, Lungs, Chest, Stomach, Diaphragm, Pancreas, Lobes of liver, Respirator System, Thoracic. Natives of Punarvasu develop the diseases such as Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Thoraces, upset stomach, corrupt blood, Beriberi, tuberculosis. liver trouble, dyspepsia.
The quality of this nakshatra is Chara (Movable).
The merchant caste belongs to this nakshatra. They are the world’s natural businessmen. They understand how to negotiate and close a sale, how to entice and retain customers, and, most critically, how to maximise profits from a transaction.
Ke- pada 1, Ko- pada 2, Haa- pada 3, Hee- pada 4 are the sounds beneficial for Punarvasa natives. It’s better for them to own things, products and brands having these sounds in them.
Keep a bow in the direction of the planet positioned in this nakshatra as a treatment. Considering this nakshatra is ascendant nakshatra then, Sun is East, Moon is Northwest, Mars is South, Mercury is North, Jupiter is Northeast, Venus is Southeast, Saturn is West, Rahu is Southwest, and Ketu is Northeast.
Another remedy would be charity. Donate food and money to the needy.
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 Punarvasu is Deva.
This Gana defines them as a person with activeness and good habits. These folks are extremely sensitive to other people, animals, and birds.
These people gain wisdom and intelligence in their life that they put to good use in philanthropic works. They have a natural desire to serve all living things and make the planet a better place to live.
The motivation of Punarvasu native is Artha which represents that the natives of Punarvasu 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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