VIJAY DASHAMI | 05.10. * We might go till midnight, or we might go till the twilight of dawn. May the Goddess decide.

VIJAY DASHAMI

FULL PLANETARY WOMAN


THE 10TH NIGHT OF COMPLETION

UNTIMED OPEN-END RITUAL





FULL PLANETARY WOMAN

BLESSINGS OF THE GODDESS





wednesDAY THE 5th OF october

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23:00 – * CEST

22:00 – * GMT

12:00 – * BG

17:00 – * NYC

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All lovers of the Goddess are welcomed to this untimed open-ended Tantric ritual of the Goddess.

We might go till midnight, or we might go till the twilight of dawn.

May the Goddess decide.

Having travelled through the 9 nights of the Goddess.

The empowerment of Shakti has reached its peak as the a planetary forces have gathered momentum and entered into full feminine depth.

The nine-fold planetary power is given by the Goddess on the 10th lunar night following the nine nights of Navaratri.

On the tenth night, the Goddess Durga reaches her grand potential.

She brings the feminine force and the spiritual energy of the 9 planets.

On this night, known as Vijay Dashami, the ancient ritual of Durga is brought down-to-earth.

Vijay means Victory and Dashmai means the 10th lunar night of the Goddess.

This night is all about manifesting the Goddess in our lives here on earth.

Manifest life may come in the form of riches, home and assets.

But it is what is behind these things that give them value.

Riches in the field of life that are stolen and based on exploitation are poisoning.

Riches earned by love and trust are nourishing.

Going against the song of our heart may be a familiar song, but the Shakti of the full Planetary woman that is Durga wants us to follow our destiny unto the sacred heart.

The goddess Durga reaches her loving peak after having been empowered through her nine planetary nights.

Her name means rare and hard to find.

She is the pinnacle of female power.


How rare can it be when the Goddess lives in our very heart?
Is it perhaps rare and hard to look into our hearts?
Maybe the soft gaze of love is the vision of the Yogins?



She is known as Sheerawali, which means mother of the tigers, lions, cats and feline creatures.

She rides upon Tiger and Lion, she rides upon all creation…

The the protectoress of eternity.

She is known as Ambarani, which translates as the ‘eternal mother queen of everything’.


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1. January 2021