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Ashwin Navratri invoking Tridevi on 26th Sep-7th Oct
We are heading towards the most celebrated time of the year, Ashwin Navratri between the 26th of September – the 7th of October 2022; the Festival of Nine Nights. It is the time when positivity wins over negativity; the great Shakti slays Asura, our inner demons after 9 nights of battles.
This time a very powerful process transmitted by Shivoham Tantra; our precious Guruji Rajkumar Baswar awaits!
We will be invoking Tridevi; Kali, Lakshmi, and Saraswati.
This trinity of supreme divinity merges the creation, preservation, and dissolution aspects of the divine.
Therefore this triad is the manifestation of Mula-Prakriti; Adi-Parashakti.
It is time for us to embrace all of these aspects of life with grace.
As we are going through a war, and economic recession following a global pandemic, calling upon these powers to let go of what is not serving the evolution of sentient beings, preserve the love that connects us all, and create a new paradigm for balance and harmony.
Goddess Saraswati: The beautiful Goddess of knowledge, music, and arts is the creator aspect of the divine; consort of Brahma. Representing also fertility and prosperity she appears as a divine river or water deity. Hence the reference to the main Nadi Shushumna through which kundalini energy flows as Saraswati.
Goddess Lakshmi: Maa Lakshmi is the goddess of beauty, wealth, light, and good fortune. As the
dynamic energy of preservation, she is the consort of Lord Vishnu. She grants good luck and success to the ones who understand the reciprocity of giving and receiving.
Maa Kali: As the protector, exterminator, and regenerator of the universe and all life, Maa Kali is the consort of Shiva, the destroyer. For new creation to manifest, what needs to dissolve is taken care of by Maa Kali.
The main benefit of Tridevi sadhana is our spiritual evolution. On the material plain this sadhana is done for:
– Good health and peace,
– Harmony in family, household, and workplace,
– Prosperity and mental peace,
– Fulfilling wishes.
About Ashwin Navratri:
The legends say that Ashwin Navratri, also called Sharadiya Navratri Maa Durga killed the mighty demon Mahishasura after a long battle. The buffalo-headed Mahisasura was king of Asuras, power-seeking entities with no morals or ethics. Mahisasura however was committed to a strong sadhana to Brahma; God the creator and received the powerful gift “boon that he could not be defeated in battle by any man or god”.
His asura nature quickly moved Mahishasura out of his devoted track and he abused his gift for further conquest defeating even Indra and driving all the devas out of heaven. Maa Durga was called upon by all devas for help. Legend says that Mahishasura wished to overpower Maa Durga and marry her. He was known to be lewd and always disrespected and manipulated women. He asked for a wish from Brahma that he should be only killed by a woman because he thought that women are weak and cowardly personalities.But his thoughts vanished when Maa Parvati incarnated as Maa Durga to save and empower women against this type of evil mentalities.
It is also believed that Lord Rama also worshipped Maa Durga during Sharad Navratri. On the advice of
Lord Brahma, Lord Rama invoked Goddess Durga and sought her blessings before waging war against
the demon Ravana. And at the end of the Navratri festival on the tithi of Dashmi Lord Rama killed
Ravana and hence that day is celebrated as Dushera with the significance of good over evil.
About Navratri Sadhana:
Each Navratri Guruji Maharaj receives information about which out of 10 cosmic energies to worship
through his mystic Guru Bhairavananda. Accordingly, Guruji Maharaj guides his disciples with the
complete tantric process which includes Yantra, Mantra, Yagna, and other auspicious rituals like Kanya
Pujan, Reciting of Tantric Script – Stotram, Kavacham, Shahastranamavali, etc.
Guruji Maharaj also makes it possible for the people who are not sadhaks to connect with the energy by
guiding them with the simple Mantra practice.
You can simply join our Facebook group for benefiting from these powerful sadhana processes.