Matsya Jayanti is believed to be the day when Lord Vishnu appeared as Matsya Avatar (fish incarnation). Matsya Jayanti 2021 is observed on April 15. Lord Vishnu appeared as a one-horned fish to rescue the Vedas. Some scriptures also indicate that Matsya appears to warn about the great deluge (or Mahapralaya) that will destroy the universe and prepare it for regeneration.
The Solar New Year in Vedanga occurs when the Sun enters Aries. This has various calculations, depending on where one lives in India and which calendar is in force. For many, it is Ugadi, or the day before, or the day after. We will take the day after Ugadi (when the Sun enters Aries at Uluru), which we have been advised, is now raised to the 5th Dimension.
April 5 is celebrated all around the world as International Day of Conscience. Declared by the United Nations, this day is observed in order to self-reflect on our life and try and do the right things all the time. The purpose behind this was simple. People’s conscience helps to act upon certain situations in the best way possible. it also empowers to do better in society.
As we have reported recently, there has been a shift in the energies on Earth. This shift has come from “Upstairs” through the loosening of the Stargates, the raising of energy to match the 5th Dimension, and boost given at the Solstice in December of 2020, and more recently, at the Equinox of March 2021. The March 2021 Solstice was a raising of energy to match what is called Feminine Energy, to bring about a balance on Earth. Males have controlled religions through fear, and there is a observable imbalance in the time spirals. Hence, raising of the Feminine Energy.
The power of speech is the communication between how you feel about yourself to the world around you. Words are sounds and concepts that you transmit. They are the display of how you feel about yourself, reality, and your state of being. The most important words we can utter are the great “I am.” This invocation can create our reality – happiness or misery. The power is in our thoughts, our words, our action.
We make decisions every day. What to wear, what to buy, some decisions are planned such as the weekly meal planning and the visit to the supermarket. Bigger decisions – such as joining with a life partner, having a child, making a decision about the end of life for another person – are really big decisions which we make carefully. Other (missed) decisions lead to deep regrets and wonderment about our interior faculty for intelligence. Here is an article about a survey of decisions people make: you may join in the survey also, if you wish.
Pathways to prison are paved with economic deficits such as food insecurity, inadequate education, poor housing and insufficient social services. Women are being jailed simply because they are poor, can’t pay the bills and struggle to get their children a home, security, love of family and education. Women in Service Everywhere (WISE) explores issues fuelling an increase in the mass incarceration of women and girls globally, and invites you to join in their 31 days Prayer for Incarcerated Women.
International Women’s Day comes around every year on March 8th. This year, the contribution of women in response to the Covid -19 pandemic has been highlighted: where women lead, women achieve better results, faster. There is also the question of gender equality, one of the Sustainable Development Goals. The world needs to advance the cause of women in humankind’s many endeavours.
Lord Brahma, the Creator, who emerged from the Navel of Vishnu, is the one who faces four directions. Lord Brahma symbolises the aspect of the Supreme Reality that brings forth the creation. For this very reason, Hindus call Lord Brahma the Creator of the universe.
On 26 November 2007, the General Assembly of the United Nations declared that, starting from 2008, 20 February will be celebrated annually as the World Day of Social Justice. It invited Member States to:
devote this special day to the promotion, at the national level, of concrete activities in accordance with the objectives and goals of the World Summit for Social Development and the twenty-fourth special session of the General Assembly.
This year the World Day of Social Justice takes a focus on Digital Inequalities and how changes to human work by digital infrastructure needs to ensure that people are not threatened of losing their jobs due to information ICTs and access to the internet, deepening existing inequalities.
In these days of confusion about which vaccine is effective – in which country – we know that many experience anxiety and confusion about the vaccine, when they will get it and will it be effective? In this time of Ascension and The Shift, we need to recollect ourselves and remember who we are: we are Embodiments of Divine Love. You are One with the Source and you can never be separated from the Source of The All.
Saraswati Jayanti is a day dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, who is worshiped and propitiated for learning and for keen aesthetic capabilities, skills in music, dance, arts and grace. Saraswati Jayanti 2021 date is February 16. The day is also observed as Saraswati Puja, Vasant Panchami and Sri Panchami.
The Kumbh Mela is a major pilgrimage and festival in Hinduism. It is celebrated in a cycle of approximately 12 years at four river-bank pilgrimage sites: the Allahabad (Ganges-Yamuna Sarasvati rivers confluence), Haridwar (Ganges), Nashik (Godavari), and Ujjain. The festival is marked by a ritual dip in the waters, but it is also a celebration of community commerce with numerous fairs, education, religious discourses by saints, mass feedings of monks or the poor, and entertainment spectacle. The seekers believe that bathing in these rivers is a means to atonement, penance for past mistakes, and that it cleanses them of their sins. Approximately 50 and 30 million people attended the Allahabad Ardh Kumbh Mela in 2019 and Maha Kumbh Mela in 2013 respectively to bathe in the holy river Ganges, making them the largest peaceful gathering events in the world. In 2021 the Kumbh Mela will be held in Hardiwar.