Saraswati or Sárasuatī (in Vedic script) was a goddess worshiped in the Vedic religion.
Sarasvati is considered the wife of Brahma by the main mythological authorities. But the Bengal Vaishnavas have a popular legend that she was the wife of Vishnu, just like Lakshmi and Ganga.
She dwells on earth among men, but her special abode is situated in the rahmaloka, together with her husband.
Saraswati is known as the goddess of speech, arts, music, and knowledge. Her name in Sanskrit translates as something like “essence of being” (saara, essence; swa, being), and this is believed to be the quality of this Hindu goddess. She is known as “the goddess of wisdom”, “patron of science”, “mother of the Vedas”, “inventor of letters”, “goddess of music”, “inspirer of poetry” and “advocate of the arts”. It is realized that it was she who gave language to humans. Saraswati personifies the ultimate principle of sound (sábda), which becomes manifest from the ethereal world to the plane perceptible by the human being through speech, mantras and music.
Saraswati is a very beautiful goddess, fair-skinned and dressed in a way that evokes her majesty, her creative power and her purity, which is why she is represented with white flowers and white cloth.
With one hand she holds a mala, a necklace for meditation, which we will learn to activate in this course, and in the other, the manuscript that she holds in her hand symbolizes higher knowledge and knowledge, and represents the Vedas.
With her two remaining hands she holds a sitara (veena), which symbolizes the arts, music and creativity, as well as the harmony between the intellect and the mind to achieve happiness. The swan, which is popularly believed to be able to separate milk from water, symbolizes the need to distinguish between good and bad.
Each step in our Energy training as energy medicine, we delve into the stillness of the mind and the healing of the heart. We heal as we tune in to the Great Fullness of Life and our own internal Well-being. There is an immediate and deep healing like when one returns home, it has the same meaning as when one returns to oneself… to life. As we balance the energy in the body, we communicate with the light of the Soul in a healing process that is direct and immediate among many other qualities.
This course can help you:
Search for answers of any kind. Answers that come through a sudden and unconscious inspiration, to discern the truth among the confusion.
Find, within the wisdom that already exists in your subconscious, the spontaneity of the right words for an exam, a verbal presentation or any other situation that requires intellectual tools.
Give yourself a bath of inspiration before a creative challenge. Invoke Saraswati to inspire you for the creation of any kind of artwork, music, poems, projects, etc.
Reach deeper meditative states.
Solve communication problems with other people.
Study, enhance memory and streamline the mind.
Who is Goddess Saraswati?
How was the Gayatri Mantra revealed to humanity?
Literal meaning of the Gayatri Mantra
How to meditate on Gayatri
Uses of Saraswati’s Gayatri Mantra
Om Aim Hrim Shrim Klim
Other Saraswati mantras
The symbol and Yantra of Saraswati
What does Saraswati represent in Women?
How is the Saraswati woman?
Cult of Goddess Saraswati
Objects and flowers that represent the Goddess Saraswati
Way of praying and mantra to Goddess Saraswati to get her favors
The Sphatik Mala
Sphatik Mala Benefits
How to energize the Sphatik Mala or Rudraksha Mala?
What does this initiation with Saraswati give us?
How to take a Distance Initiation
How to deliver an In-Person Initiation
How to deliver a Distance Initiation
WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE:
– Remote initiation
-once attuned you may attune others