Your friendly and inspired nature allows you to connect with all kinds of individuals and cultures. At times, your eyes give out a pensive or dream-like glance, but those who perceive you as absent-minded are in for a surprise.
In fact, you notice everything, dear Pisces. You’ve always felt like a multi-dimensional being—long before this concept became popular.
So your perceptions of the subtle energy in humans, plants, animals and the cosmos help you decode unspoken messages from others and nature.
Your desire for transcendence leads you to seeking time alone, in which you regenerate yourself. So when you return into the busy world, you can contribute your uniquely compassionate and emotional nature.
Parashara, one of the fathers of Vedic astrology, called you “philosophical, full of imagination and fond of romantic life.”
Your romanticism and desire to merge at the soul level can take you to great emotional heights in relationship, but you also need to be grounded by a practical and intellectual partner.
If you can avoid expecting from others what you bring to the plate, you can be both a better friend and an understanding partner. So you should reduce running away from people and situations.
Your ruler Jupiter makes you an optimist and your emotional and sensitive aspects are informed by your imaginative and intuitive mind.
Sometimes you suffer from feeling misunderstood. You’re also pure-hearted and need to interact only with those who don’t take advantage of your compassionate nature.
You love the mystical realm, but your ‘can-do’ approach allows you to adjust yourself to a variety of creative activities and even a successful business.
The world needs your uplifting message, dear Pisces.
- Overly sensitive
- Overly vulnerable
- Overly changeable
Nakshatras (or Birth Stars)
The following constellations further define Pisces
Purva Bhadrapada: This birth star is ruled by the planet Jupiter and the Vedic deity Aja Ekapada, considered by many a form of Shiva with great esoteric powers. Those born in this star are intelligent and scholarly and make great educators and reformers. They easily sacrifice themselves to save others from ignorance and harsh living conditions. This star is among the most idealistic of the 27 nakshatras and its energy grants perseverance and brings tendencies towards mysticism. Read more on Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra
Uttara Bhadrapada: This birth star is ruled by Saturn, the planet of hard work and late rewards, and the Vedic God Ahir Budhanya, considered both a form of Shiva and Vishnu. Those born in this star have a great capacity for exploring the spiritual realms. This energy is associated with the ‘kundalini’, or the human potential for supernatural powers. This nakshatra grants much perseverance for higher achievements. People born in Uttara Badrapada love solitude and often prefer a secluded and virtuous life.
Revati: Also known as ‘The Wealthy’, this birth star is ruled by the planet Mercury and the Vedic God Pushan, who nourishes the soul and provides a guiding light to those born in this constellation. Those born in this star have a refined nature, are polite and charming. They are also compassionate and universal well-wishers. They love to help others and are truly optimistic. This star grants much creativity, a poetic nature and makes the natives great counselors. Read more on Revati Nakshatra
Written by Donatella Lalitha Riback