I often find in my interaction with others that there is a vast misunderstanding of the Power of Nakshatras! Many only attempt to use them predictively to further define the details of specific concrete predictions. But should we go through life only understanding ‘What’ and negating ‘Why’? Whilst Nakshatras can serve us predictively, in only working with them in this manner we are using less than 1% of the potential for which they are intended.The Nakshatras are considered the wives of the Moon. Mythologically, it is the consort of a deity that carries the shakti, or power or energy, of the deity! If you think of it, the Moon is responsible for the rise and fall of the tides! In a similar fashion it is responsible for the rise and calming of the tides which flow within the modulations of our sensory mind. The Nakshatras carry out this pull on our psyche to cause us to work through the karmic drama we are each involved in.The Moon is Manas, our Consciousness or Sensory Mind, which is used amongst other things to perceive experiences and develop a reaction based upon our perception. The Moon reflects the Light of the Sun, the Atman which on an individual level is the jivatman or individual soul. The Moon either reflects this light clearly and strongly, or wanes in its capacity to do so. The Moon in simplicity relates to our capacity to grow our being! So, the Nakshatras define how this is done in regard to the component that is placed within them!
This gives them a vast propensity for use therapeutically as the tools with which to grow the karma of a particular factor are deeply defined by the Nakshatras! Each class of this course is devoted to the energy of one particular Nakshatra, giving us an opportunity to thoroughly become acquainted with each Nakshatra and what it means for the individual growing their experience of consciousness through this Nakshatra. Not only will this help you to understand how to work with each nakshatra, but also it will give you a deeper understanding of what each Nakshatra is truly about.