January 2, 2024
The lord of Cancer (Pushya Rashi) is Moon. Saturn is the enemy of the Moon. Therefore, the Moon in Pushya has both auspicious and inauspicious results.
Moon in Pushya Nakshatra is naturally nurturing and caring. Their mind (Moon) is focused on helping and caring for others. They use their compassionate and caring abilities to care for the elderly, the broken-hearted, and the underprivileged. Therefore, serving rehabilitation centers, and shelters, working for nursing homes, and taking care of senior citizens come naturally to them. These individuals have a big heart when it comes to taking care of the suffering and deprived people. They may worry over the suffering of other people and see the glass as half full. In other words, no matter how much time and energy they put into helping others, it never seems like enough. On the other hand, these individuals love being in the kitchen and cooking. When they cook it is done with a careful nature; As a result, their food is perfect for the taste buds. They enjoy cooking with dairy products (milk, cheese, eggs, butter, curd). If Mars is aspecting or conjunct Moon then they add spices to their dishes. Nevertheless, these individuals enjoy recreational and social events. This is because Jupiter (the ruling deity) is associated with festivals and celebrations.
Moon is in Pushya Nakshatra which is coming after Ardra and Punarvasu, so we are taking a step forward in the rehabilitation of people and this Nakshatra is also associated with treatment and health care. Therefore, the energies at the zodiac, constellation, and planetary levels align perfectly with each other. The Moon represents the mind, so their mind may be entirely inclined towards caring, healing, and nurturing others. Pushya is represented by the udder of a cow, so they can work in services related to child care, rearing, and childbirth. Since infidelity is an important part of Pushya’s mythological story, his mind may contemplate such thoughts and actions. Since the Moon is in the constellation of Saturn, the results of any effort here will be visible after delay, hard work, and dedication. A good position to heal and serve others.
In this Pada, the person is handsome, attractive, saintly, has knowledge of more than one subject, is mild-natured, living a happy life, is philosophically minded, doing good works, giving initiation into religion but having fun. A man who has faith is in love with a rat woman.
In this Pada, the person is noble, follows traditions, and does not argue. The person is wealthy, happy, helpful to the poor, royal, skillful, and expert in all tasks. The caste rejects the person who is not thrifty in working, hence this behavior is called so.
In this Pada, the person is religious, has good conduct, does not take employees, hostage, has a wife, is luxurious, desires to live near a river or canal, believes in religion as a religion, does not believe in conventions, does not want to travel abroad. He is a person who works and is interested in his family. Remains in gray from the studio. In this stage, the woman is born with a difference in conception.
In this situation, the one who sees the ticket money related to his work is from the mother’s side, outside the family, the creator of fortune but a leader of a city or village far away from his birthplace.
Pushya is the constellation of nurturing and taking care of people without any selfishness. Due to the mythological story involved it is closely associated with adoption and child care. Pushya is a part of the Cancer sign, so the Cancer sign and its representation become important. There are two and a half constellations in Cancer, namely Punarvasu, Pushyami, and Ashlesha. Cancer is ruled by the Moon, which represents much the same things as Cancer and the fourth house. Moon rules Cancer, hence the position and dignity of the Moon are important to know about the overall functioning of any planet in Pushya/Cancer. If the Moon is in Pushya Nakshatra, then talk to astrologer to know its effect on the person.
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