Thursday, 22 October 2015
Let the Wild Fire of the Goddess Shakti enlighten your life. Feel her stirring from deep within you - awakening you form the trance of inadequacy from the hypnotic paralyzed state of hopelessness.
Let her heal your wounds with her warmth and promise of a New Life lived in Love and Acceptance of All that you are.
Be a light-bearer.
You are here on a deep mission, you have a message to us. Let us hear it. Let us feel it. Let us burn in your Bright Fire of Truth and Hope. Light the path with your Burning Heart.
I bow.. In awe of All that you are
Thursday, 15 October 2015
The name Kali is derived from ka, the first consonant of Sanskrit, and which can mean "time, pleasure, light, sound, sun, air, soul, wealth, water, head, fire, body," and much more. Further, kā means "seek, desire, yearn, love." The second syllable lī means "to melt, liquefy, dissolve." Thus, in Tantra, the goddess Kali represents the power that can dissolve desire. Desire is the glue that binds us to suffering. Conversely, in negative forms of Tantra, Kali is worshipped as a fulfiller of desire, that which binds us to lust.