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Manifest with Shreem Brzee in October 2023

Shreem Brzee Powertimes: October 2023

*The dates mentioned are based on North American (EDT) timings. Dates may be the same or different in other parts of the world such as Asia. 

This blog contains information about special powertimes unique to this month. Recurring monthly powertimes can be found through our Shreem Brzee Monthly Newsletter. You can subscribe here.

October is full of fruitful opportunities to tap into divine energies that support transformation and healing. Delve into the significance of Mahalaya, a yearly period spanning 15 lunar phases leading up to the darkest New Moon. During this time, individuals pay homage to their ancestors, acknowledging their influence on their thoughts and experiences. Mahalaya is an opportunity for healing ancestral ties and helping them find peace. 

Navaratri begins on the New Moon and offers a transformative journey for personal growth and evolution, with each night dedicated to different aspects of the Goddess. Vijayadashami, the culmination of Navaratri, marks the Night of Victory which celebrates the triumph of Goddesses over negativity and evil forces. 


Mahalaya Amavasaya | Oct. 1 – 14

Mahalaya is a once-per-year time period encompassing 15 lunar phases leading up to the New Moon, which is considered the darkest day. During Mahalaya, people honor their ancestors, recognizing that a significant portion of their thoughts and experiences come from their genetic lineage and planetary influences.

Dr. Pillai suggests that nearly 80% of our thoughts are inherited from our ancestors, and this time provides an opportunity to heal these ancestral ties. By performing rituals and offerings, individuals can help their ancestors transition to a higher plane of existence and find greater peace. It’s emphasized that Mahalaya is not suitable for starting new ventures but is ideal for soul-level healing, releasing bad habits, and connecting with one’s ancestral lineage.

The most critical day during Mahalaya is the New Moon on October 14, a time for decluttering one’s life and mind, performing Tarpanam rituals (ancestor offerings), and chanting mantras like Shreem Brzee for karma removal. 

Some uncomfortable emotions or triggers experienced during this period may be linked to ancestral influences because the physical and subtle realms become closer, allowing ancestors to interact with the living. Staying alert, receptive, and prayerful is recommended to navigate this period with awareness and relieve any disturbances. Overall, Mahalaya is portrayed as an auspicious time to heal ancestral connections and work towards personal growth and spiritual development.


What to Do During Mahalaya Amavasya:


9 Nights of the Goddess (Navaratri) | Oct. 14 – 22


Nights 1 – 3: Goddess Durga

Navaratri is a nine-night celebration of the Goddess, signifying a transformative period for individuals. During this time, the Goddess is believed to vanquish various forms of darkness, including personal enemies, obstacles, and negative forces, both tangible and intangible. In the West, Navaratri begins on October 14 (with timing varying based on one’s time zone) and marks an opportunity for growth and evolution. 

The first three nights of Navaratri are dedicated to Durga, the form of the Goddess who embodies a ferocious form as a punisher. One can invoke her by chanting her mantra and performing poojas for her to connect with her energy.

The celebration of the Navaratri festival is not just a one-time event, but a continuous journey towards intelligence, improved relationships, financial well-being, and the realization of our divine nature. By reciting “Om Dum Durgai Namaha” 108 times on the nights of October 14, 15, and 16, one can dispel negativity, demons, enemies, and karma, and confront their inner challenges.

What to Do:


Nights 4 – 6: Goddess Lakshmi

The next three nights of Navaratri are dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi. There is a significant emphasis on this time being especially important for those seeking miracles. The Goddess, though known for her kindness and compassion, also possesses a ferocious aspect, which is essential for defeating darkness, poverty, and demons – known as Rakshasas and Asuras – who seek to hoard wealth and resources. The Goddesses represent the force against these dark energies. 

It is emphasized that when individuals operate from a state of love, devotion, and gratitude, they vibrate at higher frequencies, making them less visible to the lower, slow vibrations associated with exploitation and negativity. 

Prayer and offerings are encouraged during Navaratri, as they are seen as protective and spiritually enriching practices. Chanting “Shreem Brzee,” maintaining cleanliness, and expressing love and gratitude are suggested ways to connect with the Goddess’s powerful energy and seek her blessings during this significant time, particularly in the context of the challenges faced in the current Yuga (period of time).

What to Do:


Nights 7 – 9: Goddess Saraswati

The last three nights are dedicated to Saraswati, the Goddess of education and arts. Celebrate Saraswati As The Giver Of Great Consciousness And Killer Of Demonic Consciousness That Jeopardizes Our Peace, Our Intelligence, And Our Happiness.

The last three nights of Navaratri hold great significance as they are dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, the embodiment of wisdom and intelligence. While all Gods and Goddesses possess wisdom, Saraswati specializes in protecting the beauty of fine arts and the power of speech in manifesting intentions. She is the Giver of Great Consciousness and is believed to destroy the demons of ignorance that jeopardize one’s peace, intelligence and happiness.

It’s emphasized that everyone carries the Goddess archetype within, and through inner work, individuals can become more compassionate, protective, and generous, mirroring the qualities of the Goddess. By praying to Goddess Saraswati and other deities like Durga and Lakshmi, individuals can seek wisdom, destroy ignorance, and protect themselves from negative energies. Chanting “Aim” 108 times and offering white flowers to Goddess Saraswati is recommended during this period. Being in a state of love, kindness, and generosity can help prevent negative karma from manifesting, as people will perceive you differently and be less likely to harm you.

What to Do:


Dussehra (Night of Victory) | Oct. 23

Vijaya Dashami is the tenth and final day of Navaratri, a Culmination of the entire festival of the Nine Nights of the Goddess. The Night of Victory carries the ability to actualize one’s true divinity while living on the Earth plane. It is a time of celebration and embracing the power and intelligence of your soul.

Per Indian tradition, The Night of Victory is associated with the celebration of Dussehra (also known as Vijayadashami). Vijaya means “victory” and Dashami means “10th Moon.” On this night, the mythological figures Ravana and Mahishasura were defeated by Goddess Durga and other Goddesses, symbolizing the victory of good over evil. 

On this auspicious day, people celebrate the collective triumph of the Goddesses over demons of destruction, poverty, and ignorance. The 10th Moon, considered highly auspicious, is a time for chanting mantras like “Aim Shreem Brzee” and “Dum Durgai Namaha” to commemorate this feat. 


What to Do on The Night of Victory:


Recurring Monthly Shreem Brzee Powertimes


4th Moon for Obstacle Removal | Oct. 2, 17, & 31

The 4th Moon phase is linked with Ganesha, the highly intelligent archetype who specializes in clearing obstacles. Seek Ganesha’s blessings to eliminate any hindrances or delays in your manifestations and goals.

  • Chant Om Gum 108 times
  • Chant Shreem Brzee 108 times


Shreem Brzee Fridays | Oct. 6, 13, 20, & 27

Fridays are ruled by Venus, which is connected to Goddess Lakshmi. When you use Shreem Brzee on Venus Fridays, it increases your efforts to attract more material and spiritual wealth into your life.

  • Chant Shreem Brzee 1,008 times
  • Offer hydration to a Shreem Brzee Yantra or Lakshmi statue


11th Moon for Wealth | Oct. 9 & 24

Vishnu, the consort of Lakshmi (the Goddess of Wealth), grants prosperity, well-being, and joy. His influence is strongest on the Earth during the 11th Moon phase. Offer your prayers to Lord Vishnu to welcome blessings of abundance into your life.

  • Chant Om Namo Narayanaya 108 times
  • Chant Shreem Brzee 1,008 times


13th Moon for Karma-Clearing | Oct. 11 & 26

The 13th Moon phase offers a chance to release karmic patterns. Through prayer, you can shed unwanted thoughts and habits that hinder your progress. 


New Moon for Ancestral Healing | Oct. 14

The New Moon presents an ideal opportunity for healing ancestral patterns and engaging in rituals like Tarpanam, which can alleviate your ancestors’ suffering and release them to higher realms. This powertime is optimal for eliminating unwanted habits that no longer benefit you, creating space for fresh beginnings and planting new seeds.


Anuradha Star Day | Oct. 17

Anuradha is the birthstar of both Maharishi Vishvamitra, the Father of Brzee, and Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth. This is a powertime ideal for attracting wealth, beauty and purity in all areas of life, both materially and spiritually.

Anuradha is the birthstar for both Maharishi Vishvamitra, known as the Father of Brzee, and Lakshmi, the revered Goddess of wealth. This day offers a powerful window for drawing in prosperity, beauty, and purity across all aspects of life, both materially and spiritually.

  • Chant Om Namo Narayanaya 108 times
  • Chant Shreem Brzee 1,008 times


Full Moon | Oct. 27

Tap into the Full Moon’s energy, which has the power to amplify your abundance. Your spiritual efforts receive multiplied blessings and divine support on this auspicious day.


Navaratri Remedies with 3 bright photos of each Navaratri Goddess

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