Saraswati, the goddess of learning and knowledge, is the wife of Brahma, the creator of the world. It is believed that Saraswati endows human beings with the powers of speech, wisdom and learning. She has four hands representing four aspects of human personality in learning: mind, intellect, alertness and ego. She has sacred scriptures in one hand and a lotus — the symbol of true knowledge — in the second. With her other two hands she plays the music of love and life on a string instrument called the veena. She is dressed in white — the symbol of purity — and rides on a white swan that symbolizes purity and discrimination.Saraswati is also referred to as Sharda the fountainhead of knowledge who leeds seekers from darkness to light and from ignorance to spiritual upliftment.The Sanskrit word sara means "essence" and swa means "self”. Thus Saraswati means "the essence of the self." Since knowledge is necessary for creation, Saraswati symbolizes the creative power of Brahma, the Creator of the Universe. and is of special interest to students, teachers, scholars, and scientists.
She presides over and protects arts and is credited with the invention of writing. Saraswati is also the goddess of speech, the power through which knowledge expresses itself in action. Legend has it that Bhrahma the creator acquired the power to think and create only through the power of Saraswati and that it was Saraswati that enabled Bhrahma to listen to the naadabhrahmam the primordial sound which is revered as the source of all creation.
At a consciousness level of 93,200, Saraswati clearly will support your insights into higher knowledge. Be forewarned that as the new comes in, the old stuff, beliefs and such will rush to the foreground for verification. This could indicate it time for some “housecleaning” in your information archives. A truer appreciation to the overtures of life will also be embraced as earlier ones are let go.