A little more about Goddess Lakshmi
The themes of Goddess Lakshmi are devotion, luck, wealth, relationships, prosperity, love, harvest and autumn. Its symbols are a lotus, rice, coins and basil . She is a very favorite goddess in the Hindu pantheon. Lakshmi brings love to our lives, along with some luck and extra money to make things easier. When requested, Lakshmi opens the gates of heaven to meet the budgetary needs of our hearts.
Goddess Lakshmi brings prosperity to homes and businesses
The annual Lakshmi Puja festival honors the goodness of Lakshmi, which manifests itself in an abundant autumn harvest.
If you own a shop or store, it is customary to call on Goddess Lakshmi to have the continued success of your business . You can do this by placing rice grains, some basil, or a coin in your daily log sheets. This makes perfectly enter the nature of Lakshmi's fortune in his finances.
For those who wish luck in love, they gather a handful of rice cooked in basil water ( the cooking process adds energy and emotional warmth ). Sprinkle this on the road that leads to your home and your favorite vehicle, saying:
“Lakshmi, I left true love so that I found the way to my house; Let me take luck with me wherever I am. "
Keep a pinch of this in an airtight container and take it with you at social events. It will act as an amulet to improve your chances of finding potential partners. ”
Goddess Lakshmi is everywhere: in jewelry, in coins, in rare shells, in all children born to welcoming parents, and in particular in cows. The familiar reverence for cows in Hindu India is based on the cult of this goddess, called Shakti, of preserving Vishnu life.
Hindu Philosophy defines male divinity as passive and abstract, distant and powerless, unless activated by the goddess . In the case of Vishnu, his power to maintain and enrich life only works when Lakshmi inspires. Therefore, it is believed that an adequate way to offer reverence in the ways of realization of wealth towards cows, in some parts of India are simply called 'Lakshmi .
Some myths say that Goddess Lakshmi existed at all times, before creation floating on a lotus flower ; here she is called Padma (Goddess Lotus), whose symbol became the sign of spiritual enlightenment throughout Asia.
Some stories say that Lakshmi emerged from the ocean when it was stirred by the gods, which emerged as a jewel in all its beauty and power, covered with necklaces and pearls, crowned and with a bracelet, its body fat and gold.
Once established in the religious amalgam called Hinduism, Lakshmi grew to symbolize not only the richness of the earth, but of the soul, thus becoming a magnificent symbol of the pleasures of spiritual prosperity .
It is also called Mahalakshmi, it is said that she brings good luck and protects her devotees with all kinds of misery and money- related pains .
Lakshmi is called Shri or Thirumagal, because she is endowed with six auspicious and divine qualities, or gunas, and also because she is the source of strength, even Vishnu. When Vishnu incarnated on earth as avatars of Rama and Krishna, Lakshmi incarnated as his consort . Sita (Rama's wife), Radha (Krishna's lover) and Rukmini and Krishna's other wives were considered forms of Lakshmi.
Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped daily in Hindu homes and commercial establishments as the goddess of wealth . She also enjoys cults like Vishnu's consort in many temples. The Independence Day and Kojagiri Purnima festivities celebrated in his honor.
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