Meen Rashi (Pisces)
Like a pair of fishes, the last Rashi of the Rashichakra, Meen Rashi (Pisces) denotes the Feet of the Kaal Purusha (Ursha major), and it dwells in the holy places of religious divine and social importance.]
The twelfth of the signs, Meen (Pisces) rashi is the most intuitive of all in the Rashichakra. As it is also the final Sign in the Rashichakra, this Sign brings together many of the characteristics of the eleven Signs preceeding it. Meen jatakas (people born under pisces) are selfless, spiritual and focused on their inner journey, but at times, they also have difficulty distinguishing fact from fantasy – they tend to get caught up in their dreams and illusions of how things should be.
Meen jatakas (people born under pisces) are always torn between choices whether to seek the light or sink into the darkness. They are compassionate unless pushed to the wall, when they can be very caustic. However the sarcasm is not always direct and so generally it passes unnoticed. They are however happiest keeping these qualities under wraps.
Meen jatakas (people born under pisces) are liked for their kind and sympathetic nature, their charm and carefree approach. They find the going tough once they have to follow rules or to cope with discipline. When it really means business, the Meen jataka (people born under pisces) will flee and hide and the more weak-willed are likely to indulge in alcohol and drugs to escape. Some pour out their emotions in creative arts, or in poetry or short verse, but seldom open up to those around them on a personal basis. Although brave and prefer a lot of independence, they are impractical and somewhat uneasy with the real world. They delve in spiritual matters and are fascinated by the occult. They are unselfish, empathic but can easily be confused and hardly get much done.
Meen jatakas (people born under pisces) will do well in performing arts, especially in theatre. In science, they tend to work in the fields of either physics or medicine and also do well in ocean-based occupations or working with animals. They normally have talents, which get them money and fame. Their obstinate independent streak rarely allows them to be dependent on others. They are ever ready to help the needy, without being much concerned for reciprocation. Meen jatakas (people born under pisces) hate to chase for the owed money as they expect that it will be returned voluntarily. They are often distracted when bored and need to be more focused and inspired to give their best.
Meen jatakas (people born under pisces) are spiritual, charitable, compassionate, empathetic and love to help others in the most imaginative of ways. They also tend to lapse into melancholy if not heard, or into a kind of pessimism that can lead to procrastination and lethargy.
Meen jatakas (people born under pisces) can be very romantic, dreaming up delicious treats for their lover in relationships. They are generally gentle and relaxed people and modest to the point of impracticality, In the game of love, Meen jatakas (people born under pisces) are caring and romantic and extremely creative. They crave for fairytale endings, being more in love with the idea of love than being in love itself. Though strongly attracted to good looks, their attention span waivers at unintelligent partners, or at times simply because they secure the object of their desire. Vrischika (Scorpio), Karka (Cancer), and Meen (Pisces) make ideal partners for Meen jatakas (people born under pisces).
On the flip side, Meen jatakas (people born under pisces) can also be unnecessarily suspicious and jealous, and this might cause a lot of heartache. Although the unpredictable moods are the reason for some tension at times, the gentle, sensitive, and romantic nature establishes a loving relationship. Meen jatakas (people born under pisces) value fidelity in a marriage and will be kind and affectionate to the spouse and let the partner take on a dominant role in public, but at home, it’s the Meen jataka (people born under pisces) who rules the roost.