Revati Nakshatra

Finding the path to completion

I am Revati.
I teach you to trust your path and your inner Guide, even when you don’t always know, where are you heading.
I reveal to you the meaning behind all crossroads of life.
I bring everything to completion.
Yet, I also remind you, that it is never the goal that is the most important – but how you walk on your path.
Pushan, Sun-god as Divine Nourisher, guides the soul, so we can find the right path, fulfil our destiny and reach our ultimate goal.
Sideral zodiac ends and completes with Revati nakshatra, the star of Pushan, the Cosmic Shepherd (and one of the Adityas, too) – which is the star of journey of the soul to its final destination, in this life and after death. Pushan himself is the Aditya responsible for taking the soul to other realms after its departure from this earthly plane, and delivering it to its final goal. And no wonder – this is the last star of the zodiac. Everything completes here and becomes full again. Pushan himself leads us to completion and fulfilment, and allows us to finally find peace and relaxation after something becomes complete.
No wonder thet Venus, representing Mother Lakshmi herself, is exalted here, in the nakshatra of final destination. Venus represents our desires, Mother Lakshmi – our goals. In the boundless ocean of Divine Consciousness, represented by the sign of Pisces all the rivers of our desires and goals get stilled and finally completed. As Lord Krishna said in Bhagavad Gita:

“A person who is not disturbed by the incessant flow of desires, that enter like rivers into the ocean which is ever being filled but is always still, can alone achieve peace.”

Divine and shadow qualities

Revati nakshatra and Pushan

Pushan is the Sun-god in the form of Divine Guide and Nourisher, who helps us to find the right path and leads us to the right solutions. He inspires us to resolve all the old problems, forgive, let go of whatever is stopping you on your path and move on. He brings all things to completion and fulfilment. Yet, sometimes the influence of Revati nakshatra can make us too passive and suppressed. Other shadow sides of Revati are codependence and victimhood experienced in relations. When Moon transits through this lunar mansion, it inspires us to pay more attention to our intuition and listen to our inner guide.

Divine qualities

  • peace
  • fulfilment
  • abundance
  • kindness
  • intuition

Shadow qualities

  • passiveness
  • codependence
  • suppression
  • victimhood
  • lack of confidence

Revati Nakshatra In-depth

Discover the secrets of Revati nakshatra in this 3+ hours long session with 6 study cases and detailed knowledge of the symbolism and secrets of this lunar mansion. Along with the access to course recording you will also receive +15 pages of pre-read material about the symbolism of Pushan, presiding deity of this lunar mansion, 20 charts for study and visual charts.
1. Deep insights into Revati Nakshatra
On this course you will learn about such details of Revati Nakshatra and its presiding deity, Pushan, which you never heard on any other course. I can promise you that. On this course we dive deep not only into the wisdom of the nakshatra itself, but we also have a close look at the anatomy of the nakshatra, with its 4 unique padas and special degrees. You will also learn about various yogas formed with Revati Nakshatra.

2. Spiritual aspect of Pushan
Spiritual aspect of the nakshatras was always most fascinating for me. Being on spiritual path for more than 12 years, I was always asking myself a question, what the Moon is trying to teach me, when it passes, day by day, through each nakshatra, awakening its dormant shakti. A spiritual approach to the nakshatras and seeking their deeper wisdom in everyday life is what makes my nakshatra classes unique and quite different from others.
3. Practical approach to understanding the nakshatras
I believe that knowledge can gain its real value only once we learn how to apply it. Each of our classes completes with a detailed analysis of chosen study cases, so you can learn better, how the shakti of the nakshatra can manifest in people’s real lives. After each class you will also receive at least 20 study cases for self-study, so you can start observing some patterns and feel more confident in noticing the influence of the nakshatras.

Divine influence

Devata: Pushan (form of Sun-god, Divine Guide)
Shakti: kshiradhyapani shakti – power to nourish with milk
Basis above: cows
Basis below: calves
Desire: to become lord of the animals
Planetary ruler: Saturn

Special degrees

Placement: 16:40 – 30:00 Pisces (water, sattwa)
Yogatara: 26:00 Pisces (3 pada)
Exaltation of Venus: 27:00 Pisces (4 pada)
Visha nadi: 23:20 – 24:13:20 Pisces (2 pada)
Amrita nadi: 28:40 – 29: 33:20 Pisces (4 pada)


Tattwa: water
Gunas: sattwa – sattwa – sattwa
Nature: mridu (gentle)
Gaze: tiryanga-mukha (level facing)
Gana: deva (god-like)
Varna: shudra (worker)
Gender: male
Motivation: moksha (release)

Symbolism and omens

Animal: female elephant
Symbol: fish, pair of fish, drum (naggada)

Omens: cow, grave, graveyard, funeral, clouds, milk, dairy product, domestic animal, teeth, path, elephant, fish, feet, teacher, priest, temple of Goddess Lakshmi

Body connection

Tridosha: kapha
Body part: abdomen, groin, ankles, feet
Chakra: ajna (third eye chakra)

Healing tree: mahua

Resonance with weekdays

Sunday: siddha yoga
Monday: shobhana yoga
Tuesday: siddha yoga
Wednesday: utpata yoga + nasha yoga
Thursday: sarvartha siddhi yoga
Friday: sarvartha siddhi yoga
Saturday: mrityu yoga

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