What is nakshatra yoga and how to do it?

Nakshatra yoga is one of the effective technique which is based on your zodiac that helps you to reyalise your true pottentioal with high end practice. This practice should be carried out with the help of a certified yoga teacher inb order to get full effect.

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Mesha - Ram yoni
Native with type of yoni has strong sexual urge and performance. Would be very active during spring and summer than winter. This dominant yoni with a pliant man make the most satisfying and rewarding sexual partners. Here the mare initiates, signals and showers with pats and kisses so that the man is excited. Due to high libido levels the mare will expect longer play. Some men cannot manage a mare in sex. Body Elements:Air Yoni Features:soft opening, narrow passage & deep base Person whose birth Nakshtra is Uttaraphalguni has this yoni. A person born in this class is valiant, loves battle, is wealthy and benevolent. When you have oral sex with your partner, chase away any thoughts at all, unplug your head and focus on his ...
Ahir Budhyana - serpent or dragon of the deep
Abhibadhnu means the death of Maayaa (Ahi). It denotes progress towards spiritual plane. In particular, Uttara-Bhadra denotes journey to a distant place, to go away leaving everything behind, renunciation, to roam about, etc. At the same time, it has in its wisdom, knowledge, and personality. Mantra : Om ahirbudyana namaha.
Vayu - The wind
Vayu (Sanskrit pronunciation: [ʋaːjʊ], Sanskrit: वायु, IAST: Vāyu) is a primary Hindu deity, the lord of the winds, the father of Bhima and the spiritual father of Hanuman. He is also known as Anila ("Air, Wind"), Vyāna (Air), Vāta ("Airy Element"), Tanuna (The Wind), Pavana ("The Purifier"),and sometimes Prāṇa ("The Breath"). Mantra : Om vayu devaya namaha
A nakshatra Jyeshta Nakshatra Characteristics Brilliant analytical abilities, very few friends, but cheerful and virtuous Jyeshta Nakshatra Meaning: The eldest Jyeshta Nakshatra Lord: Mercury (Budha) Jyeshta Nakshatra Body VarahaMihira: Neck Jyeshta Nakshatra Body Parashara: Upper hips Jyeshta Nakshatra Symbol: Earring, umbrella, talisman Jyeshta Nakshatra Deity: Indra Shakti (power to/of…): To rise or conquer, and muster courage in battle Jyeshta Nakshatra Caste: Sankara Jyeshta Nakshatra Nature: The Sharp or Dreadful (Tikshna) or hard (Daruna) Jyeshta Nakshatra Gana: Rakshasa Gana Jyeshta Nakshatra Rashi / Zodiac: Scorpio Sign Jyeshta Nakshatra Marriage: Not Auspicious Jy...
Indian zodiac: 23°20' Kanya - 6°40' TulaWestern zodiac: 17°06' Libra - 0°26' Scorpio Spica /ˈspaɪkə/, designated α Virginis (Latinised to Alpha Virginis, abbreviated Alpha Vir, α Vir), is the brightest object in the constellation Virgo and one of the 20 brightest stars in the night sky. Analysis of its parallax shows that it is located 250 ± 10 light-years from the Sun. It is a spectroscopic binary star and rotating ellipsoidal variable; a system whose two stars are so close together they are egg-shaped rather than spherical, and can only be separated by their spectra. The primary is a blue giant and a variable star of the Beta Cephei type. Spica, along with Arcturus and Denebola or Regulus depending on the source, is part of the Sp...
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