The commencement of spring and the commencement of autumn are 2 very vital junctions of climatic and solar influence, which are taken as sacred opportunities for the worship of the Divine Goddess.
During Navaratri – the divine nine nights, the supreme female cosmic power or Goddess Shakti is worshipped in her variously manifested forms as Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. Goddess Paralakshmi, the primordial Goddess of power and perfection, is reappearing on Navaratri and will bestow the ability to think in the most profound and novel way.
Goddess Lakshmi is Goddess Radha
Paralakshmi, the ancient form of Lakshmi or Radha, exemplifies perfect love, health, wealth and wisdom. It was Paralakshmi, who became the source of existence for all other Goddesses. Even now we are witnessing much ‘cleaning up’ that needs to take place in order to establish a perfect life of beauty and happiness. This is happening both internally in the form of spiritual transformation and externally in nature.
There already have been climatic changes and an increase in severity of natural calamities such as the powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake in Sikkim, the major floods in Mumbai, Hurricane Irene in the United States, the Chilean earthquake and mudslides and the tsunami in Japan. Social and civil upheavals like the uprising in Egypt and the exposure of government corruption worldwide dominate the news channels.
Welcome Goddess Paralakshmi to the earth plane on the nights of Navaratri
Destroys the Demon of Poverty on Her 3 Power Nights
Goddess Lakshmi is adored as a giver of spiritual wealth, who is considered to have the power of bestowing her devotees with inexhaustible wealth. On Navaratri, she will not be in her benign form but in her ferocious form to fight against Alakshmi, the demon of poverty.
When poverty takes hold, Alakshmi destroys beauty, character, etc and the entire family is subjected to hardships and ruined. Goddess Lakshmi will destroy the demon of poverty with her descent on Navaratri.
Goddess Lakshmi is Goal Oriented
‘Lakshya’ means direction or target and without goals, we are aimless. ‘Alakshya’ means directionless or ignorant. There is only a thin line separating the two. Direction is the key! If you are confused then you are under the attack of Alakshmi and are not attracting wealth. Fight against Alakshmi and destroy poverty on Navaratri. The 3 power nights of Goddess Lakshmi, is considered one of the most effective opportunities to get blessed with prosperity and material comforts!