January 5, 2024
Mars in Vishakha influences the meanings of Mars (passion, drive, willpower, exertion of energy, athletic, etc.) by the energy of Vishakha.
People with Mars in Vishakha Nakshatra are invincible. They have the spirit of a warrior and apply their energy to accomplish their goals, no matter what. This makes individuals highly competitive, ambitious, strong-willed, and motivated. It is their natural nature to move forward despite unsuccessful attempts and keep trying until victory is achieved; For this reason, he is invincible and invincible. Often, they may work so hard that they can become frustrated when things are not going fast enough. However, since the ‘spit branch’ represents Vishakha, one can scatter one’s energy in multiple directions (thorns) without tying up loose ends from a previous endeavor. However, because of their determination, they achieve many victories even after wasting their energy. They always have energy reserves for when they get tired. This is because the potter’s wheel (Vishakha symbol) can turn clay into a pitcher and hold things in it that can be used as resources. A person situated in the Vishakha sign may have a storehouse of energy as a resource. That is to say, when they get tired, they find the energy to keep going.
Vishakha Nakshatra The activities and energies of Mars are coming into the Vishakha region which is represented by the thorny branches. These bifurcated branches represent different directions or divided paths. As they grow up, it may happen that they pursue different career fields at different times in their careers. Thus, they can move from job to business or vice versa. Vishakha is the constellation of teachers or counselors due to the lordship of Jupiter, so they can act as trainers, guides, or counselors. In Libra, they can be relationship counselors or lawyers, and in Scorpio, they can give advice on secret matters. The good thing about this position of Mars is dignity. Mars is not only in the constellation of its best friend Jupiter. Libra is ruled by Venus, which is neutral towards Mars, and Scorpio is ruled by Mars itself. Therefore, we can expect good results overall.
In this Pada is the person who has astrology knowledge, who is not afraid of anyone, who does not associate with lesser people, who earns good money due to greed but spends more on himself, and who does not respect his elders. He who is angry does it.
In this Pada, one person is going to establish his dominance in front of astrology to become good but behind the other, there will be someone who will speak evil of him, change party, propagate religion but will speak evil of someone. If Dharma is in conjunction with the Sun for one’s own benefit, then the person will be in debt and will do inauspicious deeds. If there is a conjunction of Moon then he will be a laborer or artisan.
In this Pada, the person is happy with himself, lives with fewer people, recognizes the potential of the employees, is of normal nature, behaves well with affection but ultimately cheats. Is a manufacturer or trader of goods made from Objective.
In this Pada, the astrologer is intelligent, remembers with affection, faces the enemies, does not retreat like a coward, and expresses friendship only after achieving success in his acceptance. The nature of this caste is calm but they have to use articles for their benefit. If this phase is ascendant and there is the conjunction of Mars in this phase then the person will be a high-ranking leader in the society like a Chief Minister or Prime Minister.
Vishakha is the constellation of counselors and guides. It is also a constellation of separation or division or a different direction. Vishakha is a part of the Libra sign, so the Libra sign and its representation also become important. It is a symbol of peace and diplomacy. Libra zodiac sign consists of two and a half constellations named Chitra, Swati, and Vishakha. Vishakha is also a part of Scorpio, hence Scorpio and its representation also become important. Scorpio has the next group of two and a half constellations, i.e. Vishakha, Anuradha and Jyestha. If you want to know more about Vishakha Nakshatra then talk to astrologers.
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