Fight The Good Fight
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7 years ago I posted the below photo.
Goodness this is something to think about.
& Righteousness Really Rings true.
I have been, had been trying
for so long to get right,
“Get IT right.”
“IT” Being “Me,”
Life, and the whole of everything that was all wrong and F’d up.
Every time I would fall, fail,
and I mean miserably.
Believe me when I tell you I tried,
I really did try.
When everyone only saw me fail in every way that a Being could fail,
what they didn’t know is how much there was I needed to let go of.
Today I am FREE.
Today I stand in the pretty light
“The above statement says it all.”
My faith has always been my stronghold.
At the end there in my struggles,
many people thought I was truly and absolutely crazy, a lost cause.
I however knew I could do it,
so, I would keep trying.
I knew one thing for sure, and that was, I WAS NEVER GOING TO GIVE UP,
On Life or On Myself.
I had so much and so many people
I love that made my fight through
the darkness a driving force,
that I’m sure looked crazy from
looking in. And, that is ok.
I’ve learned that no matter the opinion others put out, opinions
are never fully correct and quite often made out of others unsettled unhappiness.
My advice is, go ahead and Toss out the attachments to what others think. Even when we fail, and fall, what matters is, that we get back up and try again like a crazy person wanting to be free !
What I know for sure;
FAITH AND PERSEVERANCE IS THE KEY 🔑!
I believed in myself,
even when I was my worst.
Especially when I was at my worst.
Today; I am layers of beauty and just a heck of a good time. Now learning how wonderful it is to be a best friend and have best friends.
Live a humble and beautiful life
from the lessons of humility.
Seeking the Truth.
Speaking the Truth.
Living my Truth.
Being my VERY BEST SELF.
Today, I am love 💕
Thank you for those of you who
are those of you!
If anyone ever asks;
“Who are you?”
Find yourself able to respond with 1 word. A word that defines you.
Have you ever had someone ask;
“Who are you?”
When asked, have you wondered,
how to answer?
My personal qualifying characteristics.?
Based upon the degree of
My answer providing the inquirer
with a menu.
A painted image filled with options available for my own situational comforts.
“WHO AM I?”
Options for Feeding my hunger to
“WHO AM I?”
“Reaching To Feel Acceptance”
or a state of self standards.
“Who Am I?”
• A Mother
• A Dancer
• A Doctor
• An Artist
• A Singer
“WHO AM I?”
I’d like to share with you my
answer to this question.
A question someone asked me
8 years ago, when at that time
I responded with a list of things
5 years passed until I not only understood the value of the
question is a reflection of my worth.
I began to define myself as
“WORTHY.” - “I AM WORTHY”
For the next 18 months, I began
to delve into the
“VALUE” of understanding reflection. “WORTHY” of standing in the light
of Being an opportunity,
vs Being a character built upon options.
Today I have found myself
“INSPIRED” to understand my personal
“WHO AM I?”
- I Am Inspiration
My name is Vanisha.
Vanisha is not a simply a reference.
𝒱𝒶𝓃𝒾𝓈𝒽𝒶, is lyrics in a song 🎶 written just for me.
I am the composer.
Pure of Heart, inspired to sing
my own praises.
I Invest attention to those I consciously choose to be close
enough to call upon me.
“Singing my song.”
Attention on the importance of
Being “WORTHY” of calling upon one another. I see the recognition of
our personal “VALUE?”
The key is to unlock the door
that leads to understanding our individual WORTH.
WORTHY of singing one another’s praises.
INVESTING the ATTENTION needed to truly appreciate one another’s
“You are WORTHY of my time because
I see your VALUE.”
I sing your praises.
WHO ARE YOU?
If you haven’t yet discovered the word that defines you. I invite you to respond with the same answer I found to define me during times preparation of my unfolding.
“YOU ARE WORTHY.”
I Am Inspiration and,
Vanisha is my song 🎶
No Lump Zone ! 🚫
2021 is a number not a year.
Wishing for you to find the authenticity and reality you seek for 2021.
2020 is a number that bleeds into 2121. Another number.
My wish for you is to find life bleeding into your veins.
Every BS HAPPY NEW YEAR;
For you becomes many happy years.
We are beautifully designed, with a glorious name.
"Lyrics in a song, written specifically for each one of us"
We sing our praises.
Giving us the grateful privilege;
To sing the praises for the Beings who also sing ours in return.
If you ever receive wisdom from another, I invite these words to be amongst them.
When you are in the privilege of a company that inspires in you what others may not;
Remember that within you is a hidden treasure with the desire to be be the honorable choice.
First being our own personal choice.
Leading to Being the choice, chosen by others by the beauty from within Being, someone others want, not need.
2020-2021 is a number. Not a year.
Live every day until your number is called to exit this life with joy, gratitude, peace, hard work, care leading to love.
Through this, you will live an authentic life.
Bella Uni’Verse - 45 years in 2021
Lakshmi is the divine power that transforms dreams into reality. She is prakriti, the perfect creation: self-sustaining, self-contained Nature. She is maya, the delightful delusion, the dream-like expression of divinity that makes life comprehensible, hence worth living. She is shakti, energy, boundless and bountiful.
- Shri Vaishnava Tradition Pt.5
In the twelfth century AD,
a new form of Vaishnavism called
Shri-Vaishnavism evolved in South India. Like other Vaishnava orders, it visualised Vishnu as the embodiment of the supreme divine principle. However, this order was unique as it refused to acknowledge Vishnu independently. It insisted on the presence of Lakshmi beside him.
For Shri-Vaishnava scholars, such as Vedanta Deshika, Lakshmi is indispensable while approaching Vishnu. He represents righteousness; she represents compassion. She is like a mother intervening between a stern father (God) and an errant son (the devotee).
Maha-Lakshmi, the Great Goddess
In Tantrik texts, which were composed around the same time as the Puranas, Lakshmi acquired supreme importance. She was Maha-Lakshmi, the Supreme Goddess.
Lakshmi is often differentiated from Maha-Lakshmi. While the former is the consort of Vishnu and the Goddess of wealth, Maha-Lakshmi is viewed as an autonomous entity, the supreme embodiment of the Mother-Goddess. When worshipped as Maha-Lakshmi, Lakshmi is not visualised as a beautiful goddess seated on a lotus, pot in hand, but like a Virginal Warrior-Goddess riding a lion, much like Durga. This form of the Goddess is especially popular in Maharashtra.
Ancient Pancharatra texts that adore Maha-Lakshmi consider her to be the root of all creation. In the beginning, they say,
the cosmic soul—the unfathomable unmanifest Narayana—desired to create the cosmos. But he did not have the resources to do so. As he pondered over this problem, his dormant energy, his shakti, burst forth in a blinding light, manifesting as
Maha-Lakshmi placed the seed of divine desire in the palm of her hand and unleashed the dynamic forces of creation until the three worlds took shape and all forms of life came forth.
In the Lakshmi Tantra, the Goddess says:
“I am inherent in existence.
I am the inciter, the potential that takes shape. I manifest myself.
I occupy myself with activity and finally dissolve myself.
I pervade all creations with vitality, will and consciousness. Like ghee that keeps a lamp burning, I lubricate the senses of living beings with the sap of my consciousness.”
Lakshmi is the divine power that transforms dreams into reality.
Lakshmi is prakriti, the perfect creation: self-sustaining, self-contained Nature. She is maya, the delightful delusion, the dream-like expression of divinity that makes life comprehensible, hence worth living. She is shakti, energy, boundless and bountiful.
To realise her is to rejoice in the wonders of life.