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Shreem Brzee Powertimes September 2023


Ganesha and Krishna on a pink background


*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 exclusively contains special Shreem Brzee powertimes unique to September 2023. Information regarding recurring monthly powertimes can be found through our Shreem Brzee Monthly Newsletter. You can subscribe here.

Watch the September Powertime Forecast replay here, which covers all Shreem Brzee powertimes and how to utilize them, including the 11th Moon for Wealth, the 4th Moon for obstacle removal, the 13th Moon for karma clearing, Anuradha Star, Goddess Fridays and the Full Moon.


Birthdays mark significant milestones, not just in human lives, but in the cosmic realm as well. They hold the potential to bridge the gap between the earthly and the divine, providing us with an opportunity to connect, grow, and evolve alongside powerful divine archetypes.

We delve into the profound essence of two divine birthdays occurring September: Krishna on September 6 and Ganesha on September 18. Each of these figures embodies unique attributes that guide and inspire us, paving the way for spiritual transformation. As we explore the radiant energies these birthdays bring forth, we uncover the secrets to unlocking a deeper connection with the divine and harnessing their wisdom to navigate our journey with grace, abundance and fulfillment.


Krishna’s Birthday | Sept. 6

Krishna’s essence is a harmonious blend of simplicity and sophistication, embodying boundless love and profound wisdom. He rejoices in nature’s beauty – the forests, rivers, and flowers – radiating pure joy and benevolence. His heart is drawn to the righteous, always extending his helping hand to those in need.

At the close of Kali Yuga, a dark era, we find ourselves amidst a cosmic shift. This transition is reminiscent of Krishna’s departure around 5,000 years ago, as he foresaw the world descending into darkness. Now, as Satya Yuga dawns, bringing renewed light and intelligence, we stand at a threshold of transformation.

September 6 marks Krishna’s birthday, offering a portal for divine connection. With over a billion people directing their devotion and energy towards Krishna, this day becomes a reservoir of love and inspiration. The mantra “Hari Bol,” resonates with the energies of Vishnu and Krishna (an incarnation of Vishnu), is a powerful way to invoke their presence. Chanting it 108 times or for half an hour, accompanied by dance, amplifies our vibrations and intelligence.

In this sacred practice, visualization becomes key. Envision your dreams, trust in the divine, and chant with unwavering faith. Through this synergy, your life can align with miraculous love, joy, and fulfillment.


What to do on Krishna’s Birthday


Ganesha’s Birthday | Sept. 18

Ganesha’s omnipresence brings a transformative touch to our lives. Carrying photos or statues of Ganesha, large or small, can be beneficial to attract his support wherever you go. Neuroscience attests to this, revealing that gazing upon Ganesha heightens intelligence. The remarkable aspect lies in how God’s presence reshapes our minds. Notably, two American scientists found that viewing Ganesha induces compassion, empathy, and heightened intellect. 

Connecting with Ganesha’s living essence is within reach. Visualizing Ganesha as an angelic guide, eager to assist and safeguard, enhances our connection. Yet, Ganesha respects our free will and refrains from interference unless invited. This aligns with the broader cosmic principle that divine intervention requires an earnest request.

How can you call upon Ganesha? You can use his mantra: “Om Gum.” These two syllables serve as the key to invoke Ganesha’s aid, welcoming him into our lives and homes. This invocation seeks his assistance in overcoming present and future obstacles. In a world where our negative thoughts can manifest, Ganesha’s intervention is a beacon of positivity.

Chanting Ganesha’s mantra, “Om Gum” or “Om Gum Ganatapaye Namaha,” initiates a shift. It cultivates clarity and opens the door to miracles. Our intuition, heightened by Ganesha’s influence, holds solutions to challening problems. Under his guidance, we can attract harmonious thoughts, guidance, and even the intervention of the right people.

Ganesha dismantles defeatism. With his empowerment, we stand resilient. Divine solutions are our constant companion, a wellspring of wisdom to tap into. As we journey through life, remember that Ganesha’s realm is an unceasing source of solace and triumph.


What to Do on Ganesha’s Birthday


Recurring Monthly Shreem Brzee Powertimes


Shreem Brzee Fridays | Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

Fridays are guided 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


4th Moon for Obstace Removal | Sept. 2

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


11th Moon for Wealth | Sept. 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 | Sept. 11 & 25

The 13th Moon phase offers a chance to release karmic patterns. Through prayer, you can shed unwanted thoughts and habits that hinder your progress. September 11 is Soma Pradosham, a special 13th Moon that occurs on a Monday. This day holds extra power for karma dissolution, as it’s ruled by the Archetype Shiva, who has the ability to alleviate karmic burdens.


New Moon for Ancestral Healing | Sept. 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 powerime is optimal for eliminating unwanted habits that no longer benefit you, creating space for fresh beginnings and planting new seeds.


Anuradha Star Day | Sept. 20

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 | Sept. 28

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.


Lakshmi, Ganesha, Purple Background


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