"Mrig" translates to seek, to investigate, to pursue, to inquire and "Shiras" or "Shirsha" is a reference to the Head. The word "Mrig" also represents forests, gardens, a search, a...
"Mrig" translates to seek, to investigate, to pursue, to inquire and "Shiras" or "Shirsha" is a reference to the Head. The word "Mrig" also represents forests, gardens, a search, a seeking to find, to roam about in forests and a hunter, to seek to blaze the trail, a guide and preceptor.Mrigashira is also a reference to "The Head of a Stag/ Deer". The head of the deer is a symbol of Soma (Moon) who is the presiding archetype, giving a sensitive or perceptive nature to this asterim.
This is the first asterism which is a bridge between a Earthy Sign (Taurus) and Airy Sign (Gemini). It is referred as the "Searching Star". ëQuestí is the word that best describes the natives of Mrigasira. These individuals acutely sensitive to smell and are constantly searching or looking for something. They are restless, nervous types always traveling. Although, they can manage situations well, but sometimes their lack of patience may lead to taking wrong decisions and committing mistakes.
They are collectors looking for one more piece to add to their vast items of collectable items and souvenirs. They love to shop and find that special discount deal, and the shopping or searching never ends. Like the deer they are gentle, peaceful, tender and have large soft doe like eyes. They are seekers and are powerful investigators and researchers.
Mrigashira makes one conscious of their life path by undergoing a variety of experiences in pursuit of a singular purpose. The fun for the natives is in the chase or the journey not the destination, if not for it the trill is over for them. Its is one of the most curious nakshatra and its search brings fulfillment and enlightenment to the native. Highly intelligent their quest will eventually take them to spiritual dimensions of their soul.