The Festival of Diwali November 2023
Every year in India and many other countries around the world, the Festival of Diwali is celebrated. This Festival is in honor of the Goddess Lakshmi.
Goddess Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth and fortune. And she is also the Goddess wife of Lord Vishnu. Vishnu is another name for the Creator. Lakshmi is another manifestation for the Goddess Parvati, that in truth is the universal mother that do have nine manifestations. Nine as master number in gematria. Nine as master number in the creation. Parvati is the Divine Mother that have a million names. She is Nature itself.
Diwali, also spelled Divali, is one of the major religious festivals in Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism. The name is derived from the Sanskrit term dipavali, meaning “row of lights.” The festival generally symbolizes the victory of light over darkness. ~quote
Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism are religions that all born in India. And for the record, have you noticed that the word Jainism sound and as well almost spelled as Judaism. Do your own due diligence and check this out. Truth always finds its way out of hidden.
Diwali takes place annually and lasts for five days, marking the start of the Hindu New Year. The exact dates change each year and are determined by the position of the moon – but it usually falls between October and November. ~ quote
Anyways, let us move forward with our lives making our intentions for a better world. Yes, we need this evil infestation within us over with and thus during this holy festival of Diwali, that started on Wednesday, 8th of November, and ends on November 12th, 2023 bring us a whole New Year full of Health. Protection. Prosperity. Truth. Knowledge. For all the people from planet earth.
Personally you can make your wish to Goddess Lakshmi, but first make sure you offer her candles on her honor during the five days festivals. They say the light from the candle guide her to find the way to your home and grant you your wish! You can also offer her flowers and homemade sweets.
This festival is very heart touching, and children love it! It is somewhat similar to the Christmas in the Western world where families get together, and share great food, and gifts in honor to the light. The Christ light?
Divine Goddess Lakshmi, we honor you. And we humble before you our hearts and minds, and asks you bliss this humanity with Health. Clarity. Protection. Truth. Knowledge. Wisdom. Courage. Prosperity. All ways, always. Let your blissing Be upon all the people from planet earth. Let your blissing Be upon all the creation.
< Heart. Joy. >
And so it is