Shiva Shakti power. And if you ask me, it looks like another symbol for the two kabbalistic pillars.

Understanding Hindu Metaphysics

What another beautiful image of me joining in marriage with Shiva. We are the perfect balance of masculine and feminine. Shiva and Parvati. Lift and Dark. Control and Impulse. We balance each other in unity.

Lord Shiva & Shakti symbolising the divine union of opposites, Kundalini awakening.

Lord Shiva & Shakti symbolising the divine union of opposites, Kundalini awakening.

Datura flowers... they look like pinwheels briefly before opening. More

Datura flowers... they look like pinwheels briefly before opening

ciorsdan:  Abhishek Singh - Shiva                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Tantra Goddess Uma Shakti — A Shiva man protects his Queen even when she.

Trident with Shiva as Ardhanari (Half-Woman) ca. 1050, Chola dynasty, South India. A Shiva Shakti sculpture almost a thousand years old celebrating the Oneness of the Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine.

Trident with Shiva as Ardhanari (Half-Woman) ca. Chola dynasty, South India, The Cleveland Museum of Art In this hybrid form of the deity, Shiva assumes his own form and that of his consort, Uma. The right half of the figure’s anatomy depicts.

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The Story of Parvati: The times were dark. Demons from the netherworld had driven the gods out of their heavenly homes. Unfortunately Shiva, the God of War, was no longer there to defend them.  Grieving the death of the woman he loved, Sati, Shiva had turned his back on the world and all its pleasures. He now lived in a dark cave and spent his days in meditation and learning.  His spiritual powers had become immense, but Shiva was no longer concerned with the problems of the gods and would…

The Story of Parvati: The times were dark. Demons from the netherworld had driven the gods out of their heavenly homes. Unfortunately Shiva, the God of War, was no longer there to defend them. Grieving the death of the woman he loved, Sati, Shiva had turned his back on the world and all its pleasures. He now lived in a dark cave and spent his days in meditation and learning. His spiritual powers had become immense, but Shiva was no longer concerned with the problems of the gods and would…

Fujikasa Satoko (b.1980) "Flow," 2011 Billowing stoneware sculpture with white slip Photo: Richard Goodbody

Fujikasa Satoko "Flow," 2011 Billowing stoneware sculpture with white slip Photo: Richard Goodbody

Ardhanarishvara

Ardhanarishvara Giclee Print by Shuka Raj at Tibetan Art

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