Know Your 8 Power
Festival of Navratri is just around the corner, it’s time to rejoice and invoke spirituality within us. Let’s understand the real meaning of the Navratri. We all are very much aware that 9 forms of Goddess Durga are worshipped in Navratri, but along with the goddess, demons are also shown at their feet, so here deities are the symbolic representation of purity or divinity, whereas the demon symbolises five vices of the soul, hence we invoke deities to overpower our demonic vices like lust, anger, greed, attachment, ego and many other negative habits and sanskars.
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नवरात्रि (15 – 23 अक्टूबर) पर विशेष आध्यत्मिक संदेश दिया/ दीपक: यह हमें याद दिलाता है कि, हमारा शरीर भौतिक
दशहरे से पहले लगातार नौ दिनों तक (नवरात्रि में) भारतवासी शक्तियों की पूजा करते हैं। इन शक्तियों के 108 नामों
Our fifth soul power is; “Power To Discern”, and it is important to understand that each of these soul powers is crucial; the absence of any can lead to a loss of soul vibrations and divinity. The first four powers naturally combine, followed by the emergence of the next four, ultimately leading to a harmonious soul with increasingly positive vibrations.
After engaging our three primary powers, a fourth power naturally emerges: the “Power to Accept.” It surfaces as tolerance becomes second nature. All soul power serves as our nourishment, akin to a mother nurturing us. Thus, it’s essential not to claim a lack of power to adapt or vice versa. Saying we lack power implies depleting it at the source.
Spiritual Message for Navratri The divine vision, the royal clothes, the weapons, the unique chariot (vaahan), the hand of blessings
Spiritual Message for Navratri Diya The diya reminds us that the body is made from physical elements and I the
नवरात्रि (15 – 23 अक्टूबर) पर विशेष आध्यत्मिक संदेश मां शक्ति; दुर्गा की दिव्य दृष्टि, राजसी वस्त्र, हाथों में अस्त्र
● The power represented by Maa Lakshmi is exemplified by her image sitting on a lotus flower, signifying the ability to remain unaffected by negativity while exuding purity and peace. Her two hands, one adorned with gold mudras and the other bestowing blessings, symbolise how a rich and contented soul can offer support and give to others selflessly, without any expectations in return.
Indian sub- continent is famous for its festivals and the splendid rituals and zeal with which the celebrations are carried
Power to Tolerate” represents our third essential strength, closely intertwined with “Power to Withdraw” and “Power to Let Go”. By detaching ourselves from the behaviours and energies of others without succumbing to upset, we gain the capacity to handle situations gracefully and release unnecessary attachments, thus invoking the “Power to Tolerate” organically
"Power to Let Go," a force that gracefully emerges through the "Power to
Detach." This extraordinary power holds the key to illuminating our soul. To sustain a soul filled with joy and
strength, we must liberate ourselves from the weight of the past. This journey involves the indispensable
practices of forgiveness, forgetting, and embracing letting go as a way of life.