This September 21 coincides three major world events in a powerful and meaningful way.

1) It’s the United Nations’ International Day of Peace. Last year, I posted extensively on the significance of this day and how it can be made the most of. Click here to read all the details and resources.

This year, I’m including Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon’s Message on the International Day of Peace and Nuclear Disarmament. The video is below. (If you’re an email subscriber, you’ll have to click through to the blog to view it.)

2) There’s a wonderful organization called Avaaz. The organizers and everyone they call to action like you and me simply want to bring sanity back to the world.

On September 21st Avaaz has organized a Global Climate Wake-Up Call! There are many types of events: phone-call flash-mobs, The Age of Stupid film premiere screenings, mass rallies. There are worldwide events and you can go here to find one near you.

3) Finally, it’s the third night of the Nine Nights of the Goddess or Navratri.

Three new heavenly (Satya Loka) forms of the Goddess are to descend during this year’s Navaratri. These three Goddesses are Ayur Devi, Amrita Lakshmika and Anuradha Kramana Saraswati. These Goddesses will rule the Golden age that will start in 2012, but as a planet we can accelerate this consciousness now.


Anuradha Kramana Saraswati will be in charge of the new science and technology. Ayur Devi will revive Ayurveda and siddha medicine. Amrita Lakshmika will bring in a new economic system that will bring prosperity to everyone.


The Goddess descends into the earth for only 9 days. This year this 9 days fall on September 19th – 27th. There are three dominant Goddess categories that are known as Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati.


Ayur Devi is a form of Durga, who represents power to destroy negativity in the form of poverty, laziness, fear and evil and criminal tendencies.


Amrita Lakshmika is a new Lakshmi who is predominantly the energy of luxury, wealth and material power.


The third divinity is Anuradha Kramana Saraswati, the Satya Yuga Saraswati. She is in charge of inspiration, motivation, discrimination, knowledge, music, fine arts, science and technology.


They each share three nights of the nine nights of the Goddess called as Navaratri.


Each Goddess has 3 nights dedicated to her. It starts with Durga, continues with Lakshmi and ends with Saraswati.


GODDESS DURGA: During Durga’s time you worship Durga with a red flower and petals. Chant the mantra “Om Dhum Durgaiya Namaha” 108 times. Offer incense, candlelight, and fruits.


GODDESS LAKSHMI: During Lakshmi’s time you worship Lakshmi with a pink flower and petals. Chant the mantra “Om Shreem Lakshmiyai Namaha” 108 times. Offer incense, candlelight, and fruits.


GODDESS SARASWATI: During Saraswati’s time you worship Saraswati with a white flower and petals. Chant the mantra “Om Aim Saraswatayai Namaha” 108 times. Offer incense, candlelight, and fruits.

This video from enlightened Siddha master Dattatreya Siva Baba adds much regarding the new forms of the trinity of Goddesses:

Sept 21: One power packed day

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