OH, KAMAKHYA!

GIVER OF BLESSINGS

GODDESS WHO LIVES ON THE BLUE MOUNTAIN

MOTHER OF THE UNIVERSE

YOU WHOSE FORM IS THE SOURCE OF ALL THINGS

I ADORE YOU!

 

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Kāmākhyā | কামাখ্যা

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Yoginīs | যোগিনী

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Durga | দুৰ্গা

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Ṣoḍaśī | ষোড়শী

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Bhuvaneśvarī | ভুৱনেশ্বৰী

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Bhairavī | ভৈৰৱী

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Chinnamastā | ছিন্নমস্তা

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Dhūmāvatī | ধূমাৱতী

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Mātaṅgī | মাতংগী

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    Stop thinking about Kali as the sword-wielding, black-skinned goddess wearing a skirt of severed arms and a garland of heads. Just for a moment, let's think about her differently.

  • Tara, the inner guru

    Tara is often considered easier to approach than Kālī, and her name indicates deliverance.

  • Encountering the force of Bagalā

    Bagala (or Bagalamukhi) is a powerful esoteric goddess who has become ever more popular due to her reputed powers of captivation and control.

  • The importance of pure devotion

    In many Tantric paths, with the help of a personal deity, that is to say a differentiated form of the undifferentiated reality, we are brought closer to liberation. This is accomplished first through devotion, or bhakti.

  • Prithvi-Sukta: Hymn to the Earth (Atharva Veda)

    Truth, high and potent Law, the Consecrating Rite, Fervour, Brahma, and Sacrifice uphold the Earth. May she, the Queen of all that is and is to be, may Prithivī make ample space and room for us. || 1

  • Bhadrakali and the Tantric Path of Transformation (Kalikapurana)

    The intoxication and ferocious demeanor of Bhadrakali is reflective of the inner process of the Tantric path.

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Mantras

  • Ten Mahavidya Mantras

    Pranama mantras are mantras of reverence necessary for Tantric worship, but require no initiation to recite devotionally. Here is a full listing of the mantras for the Ten Mahavidyas.

  • Ganesha Mantras

    These Ganesha Pranama Mantras (or Pranam Mantras) come from Kamakhya, and are used by devotees to worship Ganesha before beginning any other worship.

  • Umananda Shiva Mantra

    Umananda is literally "the pure bliss of Uma," and this mantra evokes the power of Shiva as the bliss of divine union, the ultimate union of the Self with the Divine Mother.

  • Seven verses in praise of durga: Śrī Durgā Saptaślokistotra

    These verses, taken from various chapters, hold the essence of the entire scripture and may be recited together as a short hymn to the Goddess as a means of cultivating pure devotion.