November 24, 2023
The undisputed top favorite manifestation of Vishnu was the visualization of Narasimha as a male lion. It’s practically exactly what it looks like. At the end of Satyayuga, he was brought into the world as half man and half lion. Narasimha challenges the laws of nature and tries to dominate humans as they attempt to discover the eternal state through unnatural means.
He appeared when a powerful arrogant demon became angry with his child praying to Vishnu and attempted to hurt him. The demon had got a refuge (a wish) that he could not be killed by man or creature, inside or outside, day or night, on earth or in the stars, by any living or inanimate weapon. So Lord Vishnu appeared in the form of Narasimha.
Vishnu took the incarnation of angry Narasimha to reassure his admirer Prahlad. Narasimha’s life force is that of “divine anger” which needs to be conquered by the abomination. Loving Lord Narasimha transforms our “Mars” life force and fills it with nobility.
The body of a man, and the head of a lion, and thorns. Then, precisely at nightfall, she killed the demon using her claws at the edge of the courtyard of her house, while he was lying in her lap. Therefore, an escape provision was found in the aid so that it could keep the small child safe.
Mars is the red planet, and Narasimha is the saffron (orange planet). These colors are fiery, and both Mars and Narasimha pulsate with cruel and murderous energy. Narasimha (man-mind, lion-lion), the fourth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, has the face and paws of a lion and the torso of a human.
Narasimha is indomitable and aggressive and drinks the blood of Hiranyaksha after killing him for the heinous crime of hurting his son Prahlad, who is an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu.
Hiranyaksha was killed at the junction, or ‘sandhi’, of time and space. He was murdered neither outside nor inside his palace, at any time of the day or night. In this time and space where all dualities dissolve, the incarnation of Narasimha teaches us to use primal power to liberate the soul and transcend all dualities and opposites.
Narasimha is associated with the planet Mars, as it is the planet that controls inner strength. Sri Vishnu took the incarnation of Narasimha to protect his devotees and rid the world of evil.
The energy of Mars is about finding the inner courage and practicality to react in time to eliminate the evil within us, because if we do not react in time, the good may be harmed.
Narasimha is known as the protector of the weak. When you fall short of strength against your enemies (both internal and external), invoking Narasimha or Mangal will gather your strength to fight all odds and become a champion.
Narasimha is a symbol of courage, strength, and willpower, naturally belonging to the martial planet Mars. Narasimha represents the divine anger required to overcome the forces of ignorance and evil. Worshiping Narasimha helps a person to transform his anger into divine righteousness and protect the dharma, transforming and uplifting the auspicious energy. To please Lord Narasimha, one should chant his Narasimha Gayatri Mantra. If you are new to Vedic astrology and want to know more about the strength of your Mars (and all your other planets), consider getting an affordable birth chart reading through online astrology consultation here.
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