An Introduction to Lakshmi?
The name Lakshmi derives from the Sanskrit word laksya, means “aim” or “goal,” meaning that this deity serves as the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity, both material and spiritual, as well as the deity of light, wisdom, and good fortune; she was also thought to bestow luck, beauty, courage, and fertility upon her devotees. Images of Lakshmi (or Sri) are also found in Jain and Buddhist temples in addition to Hindu temples. In the Puranas, Lakshmi is depicted as the Mother of the Universe as well as consort (Shakti) of Vishnu and all of his incarnations—so that she was also Sita to his Rama and Rukmini to his Krishna. Lakshmi is the household goddess of most Hindu families, and a favorite of women. Although she is worshiped daily, the festive month of October is Lakshmi’s special month. Lakshmi Puja is celebrated on the full-moon night of Kojagari Purnima.
Lakshmi is depicted as a beautiful woman of golden complexion, usually with four arms, sitting or standing on a fully opened pink lotus and holding a lotus bud, which stands for beauty, purity, and fertility. Her four hands represent the four ends of human life: dharma or righteousness, kama or desires, artha or wealth, and moksha or liberation from the cycle of birth and death. Cascades of gold coins are seen flowing from her hands, suggesting that those who worship her gain wealth. She always wears gold-embroidered red clothes. Red symbolizes activity, and the golden lining/trimming indicates prosperity. Two elephants are often shown standing next to the goddess and spraying water. This denotes that ceaseless effort, in accordance with one's dharma and governed by wisdom and purity, leads to both material and spiritual prosperity.
Lakshmi as a Mother Goddess
Worship of a mother goddess has been a part of religious tradition all over the world since the earliest times, and the Indian tradition is no exception. Lakshmi is worshiped as one of the mother goddess figures, and she is often addressed as mata (mother) instead of as devi (goddess). As the female counterpart of Lord Vishnu—the Preserver of the trinity of Brahma (Creator), Vishnu (Preserver), and Shiva (Destroyer)—Mata Lakshmi is also called Sri (pronounced “shree”), and as such is seen to represent the female energy (shakti) of the Supreme Being. She is the goddess of prosperity, wealth, purity, generosity, and the embodiment of beauty, grace and charm.
- Laxmi is the goddess of wealth and fortune, as well as luck, beauty and fertility.
- Laxmi Reiki Workshop is designed to bestow wealth and fortune.
- Laxmi Reiki Workshop Attunes and Initiates the Adept to special mantras.
- Laxmi Reiki Workshop Attunes the Adept to a special Yantra.
- Laxmi Reiki Workshop contains a special Laxmi Heart Attunement.
- Laxmi Reiki Workshop contains a special Clearing Attunement.
- Laxmi Reiki Workshop contains a Ganesh Initiation and mantra
Prerequisites: Reiki Master
System: Distant Methode
Level: Master Course (1 level)
Symbol and Mantra: Have
Fee of Attunement: US$ 65
You will receive:
1 times attunement of Lakshmi Seichim™
Manual Book of Lakshmi Seichim™
Master Certificate of Lakshmi Seichim™