Can you marry while Navratri?

Shakti (another name for Durga or the feminine aspect of the divine) is the almighty power of God, the cosmic energy. She is shown with ten different weapons in her hands, riding a lion. Through the three properties that work in nature Sattwa (Purity), Rajas(Activity), and Tamas(Indolence, darkness) she keeps up the divine game. Knowledge, peace, lust, anger, greed, selfishness and pride - all these are manifestations of this cosmic energy.

The Devi Sukta (Hymn of the goddess) des Rig Veda Samhita (oldest Indian holy scripture) is about Vac, the daughter of the wise Anbhirna. Vac symbolizes the language. She recognizes her identity with the Divine Mother, with that highest divine power, which manifests itself in the whole universe in gods, humans and animals and the creatures of the deep ocean.

In the Kena Upanishad14 is described as being the divine mother Indra and gave wisdom to the gods, and the gods were only able to conquer demons with the help of the power of the goddess. The worship of Devi, the universal mother, leads to the knowledge of the self, as the story "Yaksha Prasna" from the Kena Upanishad clearly underlines. She tells how Uma15, the Divine Mother who teaches the gods the truth. Lends in the same way Shakti wisdom to their admirers.

The adoration Motto is therefore synonymous with worship of divine glory, greatness and omnipotence. Devi is neither a belligerent demon nor the property of the Hindus. Devi does not belong to any religion, but represents the power of God, the divine consciousness. The names Devi, Shakti, Durga etc. and the imagination of the various forms associated with them are only concessions to the limits of the human mind; they are by no means comprehensive definitions of this cosmic creative energy (Shakti).

The archetype Adi Shakti (adi = Origin, beginning), goes beyond human understanding. Krishna says in the Bhagavad Gita (one of the most important Indian scriptures): “This is only My lower nature. Beyond that is my higher nature, the life principle in itself, which sustains the whole universe. "

In the Upanishads it says: “The highest power of God is expressed in many ways. This power is the essence of God, which manifests itself as knowledge, strength and action. "
In truth, all are beings in the universe Shakti- Admirers - whether they are aware of it or not. Because there is no one who does not love and strives for power and strength in some form. Physicists and other scientists have now proven that everything is pure, inexhaustible energy. This energy is just a form of the divine Shaktithat is present in every shape.

A child is usually more familiar with the mother than with the father because the mother is kind, loving, affectionate, warm and fulfills the child's needs. The aspirant (student, seeker) - the spiritual child - also has an intimate relationship with the mother in a spiritual sense Durgathat is stronger than to father Shiva. Therefore, one approaches the mother first, who then brings her spiritual child to the father so that he can bring it to enlightenment.

Mother's grace is limitless; their wisdom without end; their strength immeasurable; their glory and their splendor indescribable. It gives you both material well-being and spiritual freedom.

Approach her with an open heart. Put your heart before them with openness and humility. Just be like a kid. Mercilessly kill the enemies egoism, deceit, selfishness and dishonesty. Give yourself to her completely, wholeheartedly and without grumbling. Praise them with your singing. Repeat her name. Worship them with firm faith and determined devotion. Lead to the Navaratri-Take out special worship rituals. Navaratri is a particularly good opportunity for intense spiritual practice. These nine days are dedicated to the Divine Mother. Immerse yourself in their worship. Repeat the divine name in a focused and regular manner for a period of time.