Are you ready to give a stop to the stories chasing each other’s tails on your mind? The inner dialogues, repeating frustrations, alluring attachments to your objects of desire; be it food, your partner, Netflix, booze, or porn?
Maybe it is time to do `the work` and face our own BS. It is usually disguised as political correctness, social anxieties, strict principles, sometimes even a big smile.
A strong wave of change is coming up.
We are heading into another Navaratri; 9 nights of the Divine Feminine between 7th-17th of October 2021.
This will initiate my 10 Wisdom Goddesses Online Program; a synthesis of my decade-long practice transforming all aspects of my life.
This work allowed me to build a business that actually brings my passion and skills together. This work opened my eyes to my patterns in relationships and healed many old wounds. This work gave me the power and courage to invite change and transformation into my life in a harmonious way. And this work continues to inspire me whenever I find myself “stuck”.
Now you have the chance to dive into it with my guidance.
The 10 Wisdom Goddesses Online Program is a 6-months long online, mostly self-paced process. It is an opportunity for you to make yourself a priority for once!
The process will touch upon all the main chapters in your life; self-love, relationships, money, spirituality, and more.
You will receive an initiation to the path of each Goddess. Their wisdom will guide you towards creating a fulfilling life.
Save your spot NOW to kickstart with work with the powerful impetus of the Navaratri on the 7th of October!
This particular change of seasons is dedicated to Mother Chinnamasta. This fierce wisdom Goddess chops off her own head. She is fascinating enough to hold her own smiling head in her hands while her gushing bloodstreams feed her consorts.
She is the power that leads us to a `headless` state where our mundane thoughts cannot cloud the inner wisdom anymore. She dances on top of a love-making couple. This act symbolizes her mastery over the senses as their most potent activity is sexual union.
Empowerment and cosmic consciousness; bliss and void merging are into each other as this great Goddess.
You are welcome to celebrate this auspicious time by amplifying your spiritual practice, purifying your diet, and maybe even adding some devotional practices to your daily life in your own way. However, if you want to do a proper traditional tantra sadhana for FREE, join my Facebook Group “The 10 Wisdom Goddesses” for further instructions.
Shiva is once again on mountaintops lost in the void doing his sadhana. Parvati`s maternal instincts are on fire. She desperately wants a companion. She creates a son out of a particle of her essence and sandal paste; grants him life by blowing her breath. Exalted by her creation, she spends all her time with this beautiful baby as he grows into a young boy.
One day when Parvati wants to take a bath in the lake. She asks her son to not let anyone near her. Shiva came out of the blue, He was in no mood to tolerate this unknown kid blocking the way and cuts his head. Parvati gets furious and scolds Shiva. Feeling sorry for his rash act, Shiva replaces the kid's head with the head of his Gana`s; his troops.
So, comes Ganesha into existence becoming one of the most popular deities in the Hindu pantheon.
No idea, when somewhere down the line Gana`s head was replaced by artists with an elephant head. To this day, this elephant-headed God can be found at most of the household or workspace entrances.
This big head is not there for decoration; he is known for his big brain with extraordinary intelligence. This quality makes him the patron of learning and writing in arts and sciences.
Lord Ganesha is worshipped as the remover of obstacles and bringer of good luck. His statues at entrances are meant to welcome these qualities. He is honoured to start every ceremony or ritual.
These two main powers he symbolizes; removing obstacles and mastering intellectual study are all derivatives of the grand intelligence he represents. When we have command of our mental capacities, we can see through the obstacles in life. Most of the time they are in fact obstacles we generate in our thoughts. Through common sense and intelligence, we may as well dissolve all these obstacles with greater ease.
Ganesha Chaturthi is the time of the year usually around the end of August/September when this precious deity is being worshipped widely.
Statues in all sizes made out of soil decorate altars and houses for 10 days. Sweet offerings are made to Ganesha. After all the brain needs sweets to work well!
By the end of the festivities, it is common to dissolve these statues in rivers. Symbolic to how we create and dissolve Gods in our higher mind whereas troubling stories in our lower mind.
If you would like to do a proper tantra sadhana for Ganesha using his mantra please drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org. Let`s dedicate this period to sharpen our intelligence by invoking the powers of Lord Ganesha!