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YOGIC NADIS;- 06 FACTS;- 1-In addition to the seven chakras of the subtle body, the Tantras have described a network of subtle channels known as nadis through which the life force (prana) circulate. Nadi means "stream". According to the tantric treatise Shiva Samhita, there are fourteen principal nadis. Of these, Ida, Pingala and Sushumna are considered the most important. 2-Ida is the left channel. Ida is white, feminine, cold, represents the moon and is associated with the river Ganga (Ganges). Originating in Muladhara, Ida ends up in the left nostril. 3-Pingala is the right channel. Pingala is red, masculine, hot, represents the sun and is associated with the river Yamuna. Originating in Muladhara, Pingala ends up in the right nostril. 4-Sushumna is the central channel and is associated with the river Saraswati. Within the Sushumna nadi there are three more subtle channels: Vajra, Chitrini and Brahma nadi through which Kundalini moves upwards running up the body from just below Muladhara chakra to Sahasrara chakra at the crown of the head. 5-The Ida and Pingala represent the basic duality in the existence. It is this duality which we traditionally personify as Shiva and Shakti. Bringing a balance between Ida &Pingala will make you effective in the world, it will make you handle life aspects well. Most people live and die in Ida and Pingala. 6-Sushumna, the central space, remains dormant. But Sushumna is the most significant aspect of human physiology. Only when energies enter into Sushumna, life really begins. AYURVEDIC NADIS;- Basically, in Vedic astrology, there are main three types of nadis, which are the Aadi (or dirst) Nadi, Madhya (or middle) Nadi and antar/antya (last) Nadi. These symbolise the three basic qualities or prakrities of the Vaat, Pith and Kapha resp.. These qualities are described in the ancient and well-tested Indian medicinal system of Ayurveda.

ASTRO NADI /NADI DOSH;- 07 FACTS;- 1-The day and time a person is born at determine the Birth Star of the person. Each Birth Star is divided into three nadis: A-Aadi or first nadi B-Madhya or middle nadi C-Antar or last nadi 2-For a perfect married couple, the nadi of the proposed groom and bride should be different. In horoscope matching, Nadis of the same type gets zero count. This count is known as Nadi dosh. 3-The compatibility is based on the Nakshatra occupied by Moon in the natal chart of the proposed bride and groom. The Nadi match judges the compatibility between these to horoscope and matches psychological, physical and mental factors. 4-For horoscopes to match and the couple remain cordial with each other, they should be born in different nadis. If born in the same nadi, this will cause nadi dosha and difficulties in marital relationship. 5-So, you may be left wondering why nadi dosha is this notorious and powerful that the love that should blossom between couples is never meant to be. The sweet little things of give and take between them never manifest. 6-Like Poles Repel, Unlike Poles Attract..Born of the same nadi, marrying and thus, possessing nadi dosha, it happens to be that both partners exhibit the same tendencies. Both may be of angry disposition or both lazy or both terrible liars. And such like attributes repel and strain the relationship. They may often end up arguing if both are of the same short-tempered nature. 7-Like Poles Repel, Unlike Poles Attract... In some situations, people of the same nadis can marry and have a harmonious relationship. These situations arise when the bride and groom have: A-Different Birth Stars B-The same Birth Star, but different Houses C-Same Birth Stars and House, but different padas (each star is sub-divided into four quarters or padas THE CO-RELATION CHART OF YOGIC/ASTRO/AYURVEDIC NADIS 1-IDA NADI/ ADI NADI/KAPHA PRAKRITI 2-SUSHUMNA NADI/ MADHYA NADI/VAT PRAKRITI 3-PINGLA NADI/ ANTAR NADI/PITH PRAKRITI ......SHIVOHAM.....