Observing Ganesh Chaturthi

Observing Ganesh ChaturthiGanesh Chaturthi, also called Vinayaka Chavithi, is an auspicious Hindu festival which is celebrated for 10 days every year. The festival is celebrated in the Bhadra month as per the Hindu calendar which generally falls in mid-August to September. It marks the birthday of the beloved elephant-headed Lord Ganesha. This year, Ganesh Chaturthi begins on 10th September, and all the festivities will end on 21st September.

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Infinite Being

Infinite BeingWe are born into a world of duality, of hot and cold, hard and soft, he and she, night and day, home and outside. What transcends all of this duality? What is the still point of this turning world that we seek? Is it out there somewhere? Is it at the end of a seminar I pay $$$ for? Is it given by this teacher or that Master? We are human beings. What is within your being?

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What is most comfortable for you?

What is most comfortable for you?Some people – well intentioned – tell you of this treatment or that meditation, and urge you to take up their experience or a new path. Is this spiritually right for you? Only you know. The Source has shared that your personal spiritual path is what feels most comfortable to you. (This is not letting you off conscience; conscience is the impression / communications from Source within you).

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Hayagreeva Jayanti 2021

Hayagreeva and ConsortHayagreeva (Hayagriva) Jayanti is believed to be the day when Hayagreva incarnation of Lord Vishnu appeared on earth. Hayagreeva Jayanti 2021 date is August 21. (For some communities it is on August 22). Hayagreeva is a unique incarnation of Lord Vishnu with the head of a horse and the body of a human being. The purpose of this Avatar was to retrieve the stolen Vedas from the demons.

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July 2021 Full Moon – Guru Purnima

Full Moon October 2020The July Full Moon of 2021 will be on occasion of Guru Purnima, sometimes called Vyasa Purnima, the occasion when Sage Vyasa completed dictation of the Bhagavad Gita to Ganesha. It is an occasion without blemish. Guru Purnima is also celebrated by Buddhists in the honour of Gautama Buddha to commemorate the day when Buddha gave his first sermon at Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, India.

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Jupiter and the Full Moon

Moon and landscapeThe time of eclipses has passed us by, and the June Full Moon is in Sagittarius, in the nakshatra of Mula, the galactic centre. The solstice passed by several days ago, Jupiter is retrograde and finally moving after station, and has much effect and multiplying of energies at this time.

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Vesak Day

Buddha idolBuddhists all over the world will celebrate the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha today, May 26, a day that is also a public holiday in many south asian nations. However, Vesak Day this year will be a lot more muted once again considering the rise in community Covid-19 cases in these countries. Many public places, including places of worship, have had to stop in-person events and reduce their occupancies significantly. This means that many of the rituals, processions and temple visits that normally happen on Vesak Day will not be able to go on as planned. Despite the changes, Vesak Day is still an incredibly special day for Buddhists.

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Shankara Jayanti

Adi ShankaraAdi Shankara Jayanti (birth anniversary) is observed on the 5th day during waxing of moon in the month of Vaisakha (April – May). It is the birth anniversary day of Adi Shankara. In 2021, the date of Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti is May 17. Scholars differ regarding the period in which Adi Shankara lived but his birthday is celebrated annually on the same day – on the 5th day of the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) of Vaisakha.

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Matsya Jayanti

Matsya JayantiMatsya 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.

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The Rising of the Feminine:

The Feminine: DurgaAs 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.

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The ‘I AM’ Invocation

Speech and creation of worldThe 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.

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31 Days of Prayer for Incarcerated Women

Pathways to prisonPathways 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.

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