Well we are in the middle of the 9 nights of the Devis called Navaratri . A celebration of the inner Devis, Durgha , Lakshmi, and Saraswati and the mother Devine.
Understanding the importance and meaning within this celebration connects you to the wonderful rejuvenating cycles of nature. This in turn is intricately linked to our own biological rhythms and energies. In Navaratri you can draw on the auspicious energies of the time to affect your own life.
Durgha is the goddess of protection and the one who can help to free us from the forces that keep pulling our energy or Shakti down such as negativity, jealousy, greed, illness and the waywardness of ego.
We can ask Durgha for protection from these forces when we light a candle to her,chant the Durgha mantras 108 times, or participate in a havan or fire ceremony for the first 3 days.
Lakshmi is the goddess of abundance where we can seek more of what we what we need in our lives, eg patience, love, compassion, health , energy to name a few. There are 3 days of celebration of Lakshmi and again you can participate in various ways, chanting , candle lighting , setting up a special puja table with flowers, incense etc or joining in the havan at your local ashram or even on line in some cases.
After these 6 days we honour Saraswati for 3 days. It is believed that Saraswati endows human beings with the powers of speech, wisdom and learning. During these 3 days the focus is on the growth of the individual by the blessings of Saraswati. We can connect with the wisdom mind or higher mind, learning more about the illusion of Maya and speaking our truth or Satya.
You might like to think about these 3 goddesses during the remaining 5 days and nights and connect to them in your own way.