Shakti

DESCRIPTION OF DEVI KAMAKHYA AS PER TANTRA-S

"prabhinnāńjana sańkāśam nīlasnigdhaśiroruhām şađavaktrām dvādaśabhujām aşțādaśavilocanām pratyekam şațasu śīrşeşu cańdrārdhakřtaśekharām" Kameshvari's complexion is like split-coryllium, Her hair is black and smooth; She has six faces, twelve arms and eighteen eyes. Each of Her six heads are adorned with crowns, each having crescent moons as crest-jewel. "maņimāņikyamuktādi křtamālāmura: sthale l kaşțhe ca vibhratīm nityam sarvālańkāramaņđitām" Her throat and breasts are adorned by gemset & pearl jewelry, and each of Her other limbs are decked with ornaments. "pustakam siddhasūtrańca pańcavānastu tam tathā khařgam śaktińca śūlańca vibhratīm dakşiņē: kare With Her six right hands Kameshvari holds a book, a sacred chord, five arrows,…
Vedanta

KUNDALINI SHAKTI’S INVOLUTION AND EVOLUTION

KUNDALĪ SHAKTI’S INVOLUTION AND EVOLUTION - The Serpent Power by Arthur Avalon Shakti as Prakriti first evolves mind (Buddhi, Ahamkara, Manas) and senses (Indriya), and then sensible matter (Bhūta) of fivefold form (“ether,” “air,” “ fire,” “water,” “earth”) derived from the supersensible generals of the sense-particulars called Tanmātra. When Shakti has entered the last and grossest Tattva (“earth”) - that is, solid matter - there is nothing further for Her to do. Her creative activity then ceases, and She rests. She rests in Her last emanation, the “earth” principle. She is again coiled and sleeps. She is now Kundalī Shakti,…
Shakti

MAHĀDEVĪ THE GREAT MOTHER

MAHĀDEVĪ THE GREAT MOTHER - Serpent Power by Arthur Avalon Some worship predominantly the masculine or right side, of the conjoint male and female figure (Ardhanārīśvara). Some, the Śāktas, predominantly worship the left, and call Her Mother, for She is the Great Mother, the Mahādevī who conceives, bears, and nourishes the universe sprung from Her womb (Yoni). This is so because She is the active aspect of Consciousness, imagining (Sṛṣṭikalpā) the world to be, according to the impressions (Saṃskāra) derived from enjoyment and suffering in former worlds. The quiescent Śiva-aspect is by its definition inert. It is because of this…
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