Budha (Mercury)


Mercury in Vedic astrology

Dressed in green, with green body, four hands, the incarnation of Vishnu yoga, seated on a lion with the trunk of an elephant, bearing in his hands a sword, a shield and a book, the son of the moon, with precious emerald in the crown of the head, the giver of good with a gesture of his hand, Yes he reveals to us the Divine Lord mercury mercy forever and ever.


mercury (budha) is the planet in Vedic astrology Jyotish

mercury as the great messenger of the Gods symbolizes speech, communication and trade. One of its lower functions, the organization and structuring of material resources. At a higher level, it provides us access our inner abilities, to the deep forces of the mind.

If Jupiter represents the higher, abstract mind, mercury is associated with the lower, concrete mind, the intellect, informacionnoi component of the mind. However, these functions are not limited to mercury. He also manages the high distinctive character of the mind and connects us with the Divine word, the Word of truth. Mercury rules over all names and titles. At the lowest level, the names and titles it's just illusory role-playing masks that hide identity. But at a high level, to the sphere of activity of mercury include the great names of God, connecting us with the universal essence of things.

Mercury rules education, writing, counting and sustainable thinking. As the fastest of the planets, he gives the ability to quickly assimilate knowledge, as well as the ease and plasticity in expression. It accelerates the exchange of ideas, information and material values. Mercury is intellectual and nervous energy in its active manifestations. Consequently, the location of mercury in a horoscope to judge the intellectual abilities of cheloveka and the degree of his mental development in the everyday sense.

Mercury is the childhood, education, intellect, speech, trade, professional, vocation, adaptability.

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Chandra (Moon)

Chandra (Moon)

According to the Vedas, the Moon was born from the mind. However, the Sanskrit term Manas, which is translated as "mind" actually has a broader meaning. Manas includes not only the mind but also the emotions; it is to be understood as a combination of the ability to feel and consciousness reflecting on objects....

Shukra (Venus)

Shukra (Venus)

Venus embodies the spirit of femininity: she is the Goddess of love and beauty. The position of Venus in the Natal chart gives an indication of our heart's affections and the extent to which we developed a sense of harmony....

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Mercury in Vedic astrology Jyotish

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