Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra
Ahirbudhnya, “the one, who carries the burden of the world”, is none else than Ananta Shesha himself, the cosmic serpent, on whom Lord Vishnu is reclining in his yogic sleep, yoganidra. He is none different than Sankarshana, vyuha of Lord Vishnu presiding over deep sleep (sushupti) state of consciousness and guna of tamas (inertia). He carries all the worlds on his countless hoods.
People with prominent planets in Uttara Bhadrapada nakshatra also have this quality: they are always ready to help and serve others, to take a little bit of their burden on themselves. Yet, even though they are blessed with great perseverance, they get easily tired and overburdened by heavy, material energies, with which they do not resonate so well. Sometimes they can even physically develop the tension in their neck, due to the emotional feeling of having too much tension and too much of mundane burden “on their head”. Their biggest life lesson is to learn how to find a healthy balance between material and spiritual side of their lives.
This webinar is a part of the Nakshatras course.