The Goddess Returns: Deity Mysticism for the 21st Century – Integral Life
There is a crucial aspect of feminine wisdom that has largely been lost in today's world—a “sacred feminine” which, if reclaimed, could help relieve a tremendous amount of conflict and suffering all across the planet. In this 13-part Goddess Returns series, acclaimed teachers Sally Kempton and Ken Wilber discuss one of the most powerful ways we can reconnect with this divine feminine: by invoking and internalizing the energetic qualities of eleven different Hindu goddesses.
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Shiva consumed the poison in an act to protect the universe - Drinking of this gross poison was a small matter for Shiva. In the 'Linga Purana' Shiva said there is still much poison in this world and those who could drink that poison are the real heroes. Gods of India
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Krishna Gopal flute player drawing original large Krsna art print in red gold black art pencil drawing Syamarts meditation art
The side long glance of Krishna is the subject of many literary arts and is sung and recited by great Sages, rsis, devotees and yogis. When he plays the 5th note of his famed flute and all living beings become stunned with love, thus he is named the Stealer of hearts. The beautiful form of Krishna is gracefully threefold bending and from his lips he pours nectar into his flute and captivates the hearts of all of his creation. He is the beloved of all souls. This listing is for an archival…
Ganga The River Goddess - Tales in Art and Mythology
Ganga The River Goddess - Tales in Art and Mythology : This article traces the origins of the river Goddess - Ganga - in Hindu mythology through a series of tales which describe the penances of Bhagiratha to bring Ganga from heaven to earth and of how Lord Shiva saved earth from the torrents of river Ganga. The article also talks about the various iconographies and symbolizations prevalent in Hindu art form as regards Goddess Ganga.
Dasha (ten) Mahavidya Part Four Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, Matangi and Kamala | Sulekha Creative
Sulekha Creative Blog - Dasha (ten) Mahavidya –Part Four – Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, Matangi and Kamala- (4 of 4) Continued from Part Three Please also do read the Introduction to MahavidyaVII.Dhumavati42.1.