Bharani Nakshatra


Discover the secrets of Bharani nakshatra in this more than 3 hours long session with 8 study cases and detailed knowledge of the symbolism and secrets of this lunar mansion. Along with the access to course recording you will also receive +20 pages of pre-read material, 20 charts for study, visual charts and 1.5 hour of bonus recording about the symbolism of Yamaraj, presiding deity of this lunar mansion, its seer (rishi) and brightest stars.

Yama, god of death, endings and mortality, teaches us when to surrender to the flow of life and let go, as well as inspires us to conserve our prana through healthy self-restraint. The cosmic force of Bharani nakshatra is called apabharani shakti – “power to take things away with the waters”. Like the powerful waves of the ocean, it takes the things away from us, and carries them further. It inspires us to let go of our attachments and go with the flow of life, instead of clinging to all those things and relations that we are so attached to. Because whenever something dies, the new beginning is already awaiting. Even though Yamaraj, god of death and mortality, is presiding over this lunar mansion, its symbol is at the same time the womb, or yoni, through which we come into this world. “As a person puts on new garments, giving up old ones, the soul similarly accepts new material bodies, giving up the old and useless ones”, explained Lord Krishna in Bhagavad Gita, and compares happiness and distress of material life to changing seasons. Similarly Bharani nakshatra inspires us to see beyond the temporary grief and loss, not to block the natural flow of life by hanging onto the past. Because only when we accept death and endings, paradoxically, we truly become alive.

Tutor: Achala

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