Nakshatra Jyestha

Nakshatra Jyestha

Nakshatra Jyestha

Jyeshtha (Sanskrit: ज्ययेे)) consists of three reddish-colored stars arranged in a row.The brightest of them is called Antares.

Zodiac: 16°40' — 30°00' Scorpio
Governing Planet: Mercury
Symbol: Umbrella, earring
The Deity: Indra
Varna/Caste: Vaishyas
Goal: Artha
Origin: Demonic
Temper: formidable, sharp (tikshna)
Guna: sattva
Gender: Female
Quality: sharpness, destruction
Ayurvedic Constitution: Vata
Element: Air
Direction: North, South
Body parts: neck, right half of the trunk
Animal: Deer
Sounds: no, ya, ye, yu
Enemy: Ashwini



Key concept

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Jyeshtha is considered the eldest among the first eighteen nakshatras. Its main task is to radically transform a person and accelerate the path of his spiritual evolution.

Jyeshtha is a nakshatra where maintaining an image is much more important than anything else. Jyeshthi personalities tend to be concerned about how others perceive them. They want to gain respect in society and do everything necessary to adhere to prevailing standards. In ancient times, when acts of mercy, kindness and charity were the stepping stones to a respected position, Jyeshtha worked well. Nowadays, when rampant materialism is the norm, Jyeshthi energies are wasted or self-destructive. A stereotypical leader of the crowd, a corrupt and unreasonable politician, a bureaucrat or a leader — these are the types of Jyeshthi.

As a rule, those who have an ascendant in the Jyeshtha, or it is somehow connected with the Lagna, quickly mature physically and mentally. They have good proportioned bodies, but they are not able to keep their youth for a long time. The upper part of their body is stronger than the lower. The easiest way to get to know them is to pay attention to an insightful and probing look.

Jyeshthas tend to exaggerate their troubles and troubles. They are characterized by vindictiveness and vindictiveness. They easily become victims of jealousy and are always in search of a victim. They are forced to fully demonstrate their skills by a strong competitive spirit, not an internal need.

The generosity of the Jyeshthas lies in their ability to become the protector of the weak, helpless and destitute. They purify themselves by rushing headlong into danger to help others. In addition to keeping their word, they are always responsible for the things they do. However, sometimes their responsibility and desire to protect are excessive. At the moment, the functioning of the Jyeshtha is mainly limited to police service and other Martian occupations.

In general, Jyeshtha is a place of emergence of new creative energies, a place where the inner life of a person comes to the surface. The external manifestations of this nakshatra strongly depend on the spiritual level of a person: an undeveloped soul can become arrogant and pompous, a developed one will reveal to the world the whole meek essence of the Divine light.

They have a mixture of strength and arrogance, pride and irritability, so they are often accompanied by trials — both spiritual and material. The moon in Jyeshtha gives the feeling that their problems never end, that after one blow there follows a second, a third, and so on in a circle. For them, fame, honor are important, there may be strong materialism. But at the same time they have excellent analytical abilities, since the host of this star is Mercury. With bad aspects, there may be poverty, loneliness, hypocrisy.

A man with a Moon in Jyeshtha will be very cheerful, virtuous and hot-tempered, he will have few friends.


They are hardy, have an attractive appearance, look proud, are easily recognizable by some defects of teeth, for example, by a gap, an incorrect bite or by the color of the enamel.

In Jyeshtha men, a sober mind is combined with a quick temper and a hot temperament, even obsession. They do not know how to keep their own and other people's secrets, do not listen to anyone's advice. As a matter of principle, they can make decisions instantly, without taking into account the situation. Subsequently, this haste leads to problems. They may become addicted to various types of intoxication (alcohol consumption, etc.).

They do not receive benefits from blood relatives, they leave their parents' home early and live in a foreign land.

Responsible and accurate. They can quickly advance in the service, often change their profession and place of work. The most restless period of life is 18-26 years. From the age of 27, a slow rise begins, but only after 50 years everything in life stabilizes.

It can be harmonious if you overcome the passion for intoxication. Possible separation from his wife for various reasons, up to divorce.

They differ in soreness. Respiratory diseases with high fever, pain in the shoulders and arms, dysentery, problems with the gastrointestinal tract are possible.


Jyeshthi women are big-boned, muscular, usually above average height. They have broad faces and curly hair. They love sports.

They are emotional, intelligent, have organizational skills, are strongly attached and know how to love deeply. Receptive and jealous, usually interested in other people's opinions about themselves. They have a secondary education and try to realize themselves in the family, contributing to the advancement and well-being of the spouse.

There is not enough harmony in the relationship with the spouse and mutual understanding with the husband's relatives. They may be childless. If they give birth to children, they do not find a common language with them and may not receive help from their children by old age.

Pads (quarters)

1. The first nakshatra pada (16°40' — 20°00' Scorpio) falls into the navamsha of Sagittarius, ruled by Jupiter. Gives concern about finances, good writing skills. Natives have a sense of humor, pride and a chivalrous attitude towards relatives and friends. The Sun, Mars, Ketu and especially Jupiter are strong in this pada. Planets located in this pad are unfavorable for the well-being of brothers and sisters.

2. The second nakshatra pada (20°00' — 23°20' Scorpio) falls into the navamsha of Capricorn under the control of Saturn. The characteristic features of natives that are under the control of this pad are responsibility, authoritarianism, correctness, striving to achieve their goals. In general, their life is prosperous, but their health may be weak. With the defeat of the planet, manifestations of selfishness, avarice and vindictiveness are possible. Strong Mars and Saturn give an authoritative position.

3. The third pada of nakshatra (23°20' — 26°40' Scorpio) falls into the navamsha of Aquarius, ruled by Saturn. A person can be a philanthropist, a defender of the weak and disadvantaged. This pad gives a love for scientific research and mysticism, a kind of understanding of family values, and grievances associated with the mother. Saturn, Mercury, Venus and Rahu are strong in this pad.

4. The fourth Nakshatra pada (26°40' — 30°00' Scorpio) falls into the navamsha of Pisces, ruled by Jupiter. It gives excessive emotionality, a tendency to soar in the clouds, indulge in sensual pleasures and become dependent on various kinds of intoxications. In its lowest manifestation, pada makes you fantasize about personal troubles and troubles, lead an unhealthy lifestyle, while in the highest it can give sacrifice and humanity. The favorable aspect of the pad is enhanced by Venus and Jupiter. Mars acts badly on this pad, too. Saturn gives material hardships, but can be useful for acquiring spiritual discipline.

The Governing Planet

The main ruler of Jyeshtha is Mercury. In this nakshatra, his energy is purified from deceptiveness, cunning, childishness and becomes more serious, aimed at controlling the scattered mind and mass consciousness. Jyeshth can be called the police of the world.

Mars, the owner of Scorpio, supports the mentality of a policeman, provides energy and initiative. He can suppress the receptive Mercury: many cases of deception and abuse of authority are associated with Jyeshtha. Mercury makes Jyeshtha a chameleon whose values are based not on understanding things, but on the opinion of the environment.

The Mercury-Mars, Mercury-Mars-Ketu compounds in the natal chart carry energies similar to the Jyeshtha energies and work against the native's peace of mind. Well-located Mercury gives good results.


Politician, government employee, trade unionist. Military, police, firefighter. Air traffic controller. Forester. Surgeon. Merchant, entrepreneur. Administrator. Reporter, columnist, TV and radio commentator, news program announcer. Professions related to intellectual work. Actor, musician, dancer, model. The speaker. Esoteric. An employee of the Salvation Army. Athlete, sprinter. Professions related to the sea. Astrologer, philosopher.


Inaccessible hilly terrain. Tropical jungle. Manors, forts and palaces, old houses. Airports, military bases. Capitals. Government buildings. Places related to mass media and telecommunications. Hospitals. All places related to the aforementioned professions.

Auspicious activities in this nakshatra
Severe, occult, administrative, requiring responsibility, care, care and protection. Policing and control of the situation. Adoption of judicial decisions. Communicating with elders, helping the elderly, taking care of the family. Espionage, weaving intrigues.

Unfavorable activity in this nakshatra
To be depressed, to be offended, to maintain relationships through force. Routine activity. Activity caused by selfish motives or desires to be the center of attention. Using others for their own selfish purposes. Infidelity. Marriage. Any relationship that requires tact, sensitivity and tenderness. Healing, long rest. Journey.

Problems with ovaries, muscles, neck, stomach, colds, breast cancer.

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