Chinnamasta

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Mythology + Religion: Chinnamasta, Hindu Goddess of Radical Self-Transcendence Sacred Feminine, Divine Feminine, Wicca, Hindu Deities, World Religions, Shiva, Hindu Art, Indian Gods, Indian Art

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.

Chinnamasta From a Tantric Devi Series, Guler workshop, Punjab Hills , India , c. Opaque watercolour and gold on paper Om Namah Shivaya, Kali Goddess, Oriental, Shiva Shakti, Hindu Deities, Drawing Projects, Gods And Goddesses, Indian Art, Surrealism

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Chinnamasta From a Tantric Devi Series, Guler workshop, Punjab Hills , India , c. 1800-20 Opaque watercolour and gold on paper

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Mahavidya Chinnamasta

Mahavidya Chinnamasta, Hindu Water Color Painting on PaperArtist: Kailash Raj

Chinnamasta is one of the 10 Wisdom Goddesses or Das Mahavidyas. Durga Kali, Body Language, Hinduism, Great Artists, Witch, Religion, History, Dark, Goddesses

Chhinnamasta-Beyond the Mind

Chinnamasta is one of the 10 Wisdom Goddesses or Das Mahavidyas.

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Goddess Chinnamasta, The One with the Severed Head

The text of the Gupta Lalitambika desribes Goddess Chinnamasta as follows: "She who is the embodiment of virtue, love, humanness, anger, valiancy, terror,