We, worship and praise deities to invoke their power but the power is not somewhere outside. It is the power of the soul itself. The soul had perhaps forgotten them to an extent where it believed that it has no power at all.
Being unaware we easily say ‘I just can’t tolerate this, ‘Upto what extent should I tolerate it?’ ‘Why always I should tolerate?’ When we use such kind of vocabulary we deplete our inner peace. We are limiting our power within ourselves. The soul has enough power to tolerate anything if we invoke and emerge from it. We often say I have tolerated a lot. A soul who has actually tolerated, never mentions it. It means that the soul has tolerated it at a superficial level not from inside for many years due to the fear of losing relations, or job, etc.
Navratri Day 03- Power to Tolerate with Dignity
This power is symbolized by ‘Maa Jagadamba.’ She is known as Ambe Maa’. A mother has unconditional tolerance and love for her child, they are never wrong for her, and with her unconditional tolerance power, she transforms them. Likewise, we have to be the mother of our child-like souls. As whatever our soul will receive it will radiate that energy. With that unconditional love and nurturing nature, we should make our souls understand that whatever has happened is not wrong, and then we can transform ourselves.
“I am Jagadamba”
“I have the power to tolerate with dignity “.