Essence of Navaratri: Day 3: Chandraghanta
Today is the 3rd day of the nine nights festival and this day is dedicated to the 3rd form of the divine mother, Chandraghanta. The avatar of NavDurga is named a combination of two terms “Chandra” (the moon) and “Ghanta” ( a bell). Chandraghanta maa represents the importance of our mind's alertness. Let’s see How is it?
The moon relates to our mind and thought as the moon waxes and wanes, our thoughts also go sometimes up and sometimes down. While the bell, Ghanta - an instrument, represents the alertness as its sound makes our mind alert. This way blessing of the form of Navdurga gives us the ability to control our control with alertness.
How much you are alert while performing any task? Don’t know? Then, don’t worry, the science of handwriting helps you to check your level of alertness through analyzing your handwriting. As per graphologists, Alertness of mind can be seen in analytical thinkers, one of the thought processes of humans.
How much is it easy to control your mind and do any task with full alertness? Not easy right!! First, let’s see, Why is it important to have the trait alertness? When the abilities of alertness and dedication rise, then the efficiency of the mind improves and that improves one’s personality. Grapho-therapy is the most effective tool to control your mind and improve the alertness gradually as you do regular writing practice which is suggested by Grapho-therapist.
This Navaratri, Shine like a moon by taking the blessing of Maa Chandraghata and taking the guidance of an expert Graphologist, Mr.Rajesh Kothari.