A goat which is an animal of Pushya nakshatra has the capability to see around 280 degrees. The same applies to Pushya natives but more in a moral way. These natives have a wider perspective of life. Their eyes and curiosity never let them rest at one place. They are willing to explore the world in their own way.
Like a goat can swallow its food first and also bring it back to its tongue to chew later, these individuals as well have a strong digestive system owing to which Pushya natives don’t have to chew like others. However, it also reflects that a Pushya native will always remind you of the painful past you have had with them. The sole purpose of dragging is to make you realise that how much they had endured to cope up with that phase.
Pushya natives often complain about finding themselves unable to control their hand movement, vibrating muscles, twinkling in fingers and such. It would usually occur during a panic situation. This also happens to goats because it’s a genetic disorder in them that they cannot control their muscles.
The Pushya individuals also show some characteristics of Saturn planet as it lies in the water sign’s core. It is so because Pushya nakshatra is positioned in Cancer. So, the Pushya people show a lot of care towards someone. They will make you feel comfortable and cosy. In true sense, they are the emotional warriors.
The symbol of Pushya nakshatra is cow’s udder which totally represents the nourishment, fertility and productivity. Hence, the people of this nakshatra are innovative.
Brihaspati (Jupiter), the deity of Pushya nakshatra, is the God’s Guru who used to be completely indulged in performing yagnas, rites, and teaching Vedas. He was so intelligent that he even used to give law, politics, and economics lessons to his disciples. However, except for Shukracharya (planet Venus), Brihaspati was the brightest pupil. Brihaspati became overly preoccupied with his lessons and job at the palace as they grew older, while Venus became the instructor of the asuras (demons), the new age workers. Brihaspati even ignored his family and wife, Tara.
Consequently, Tara ran away with Chandra (Moon) when she gave birth to their son, Budha (Mercury). Jupiter in agitation started a war against Chandra. He dispatched an army of devas to attack him. In the war, Venus sided with Chandra because he believed that Jupiter disregarded his wife as he forgot the dharma and karma he had towards his wife. After the violent struggle, Jupiter realised his error and welcomed Mercury as his stepson, and wife Tara.
Pushya nakshatra’s yoni symbol is a male sheep, hence persons born under it are most compatible with Krittika nakshatra, its feminine counterpart. Hasta and Swati nakshatras are two other stars that are compatible.
Birth stars like Chitra, Dhanistha, Vishaka, and Purva Bhadrapada, on the other hand, are incompatible with Pushya nakshatra.
Considering the caste of Pushya which is Merchant, these natives should choose a profession with trade and exchange. Dairy; food and drink merchants will be a beneficial occupation for them as it includes cow’s udder and trade.
We must not forget that Jupiter played a role of strategist while planning his war against Chandra (Moon). So, these natives could try career as rulers, aristocrats, politicians. Jupiter was a teacher before it all started so, these people can also become nuns, priests, gurus, counsellors, psychotherapists; spiritual teachers; psychologists, managers.
Lungs, Stomach, Ribs, Lips, Mouth, Ears are most likely to get affected. Pushya individuals are prone to Tuberculosis, Gall stones, Nausea, Cancer, Hiccups, Eczema, Jaundice, Ulceration in the repiratory system.
As Pushya is a Kshipra (swift) nakshatra, one should start any task that requires an immediate response. Whatever you do in this period will be beneficial for you as among all the nakshatras, Pushya nakshatra is solely the only which is prosperous and harmonious.
Taking in account the story of Brihaspati, one should not marry on this day. Because if you do then, it will turn out that your spouse will be more dedicated to their career than you.
The caste of Pushya nakshatra is Merchant or Vaishya. However, it is fascinating that while Jupiter is the guru of gods who teaches Upanishads, yoga and such but more or less, he is also the one to strategise a war perfectly. The guru (Jupiter) also knows the financial tactics and techniques which is why it’s a Vaishya caste.
Hu- pada 1, Hey- pada 2, Ho- pada 3, Daa- pada 4 are the beneficial sound. If you use any product, brand or stuff having these sounds then, it will be advantage you in a way or other.
A Pushya native should donate money and food for the nourishment of cows. A lotus flower or statue of lotus flower in their home facing towards North improves their lifestyle. These natives can also try wearing a 22K gold chain.
Guna are of three types in total. This profile tells us about the personality of someone. In this case, the Guna is Tamas. People with this Guna are usually inclined towards ignorance, laziness and darkness.
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 Pushya is Deva.
It 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 Pushya native is Dharma. It represents the will to find a purpose in life and fulfil the destiny.
Tridosha (Ayurveduc Dosha)
The Pitta (Madhya) Dosha is in charge of digestion, metabolism, and energy production hence this is an excellent time to eat. The principal function of Dosha is transformation. A fiery character manifests in both the body and the mind when pitta is strong.
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