Teachings of the Hindu Gods 02 The Divine Mother, the Power of Love, Sex, and Yoga.mp3
Every religion symbolizes the Divine Mother, the Goddess of Creation; Hinduism represents her in many ways, as Prakriti, Saraswati, Lakshmi, Kali, Aditi, and many other names. Learn how these symbols relate to Kabbalah and to our spiritual path.
“I am the Queen, the gatherer-up of treasures, most thoughtful, first of those who merit worship. Thus Gods have established me in many places with many homes to enter and abide in. Through me alone all eat the food that feeds them - each man who sees, breathes, hears the word outspoken. They know it not, but yet they dwell beside me. Hear, one and all, the truth as I declare it. I, verily, myself announce and utter the word that Gods and men alike shall welcome. I make the man I love exceeding mighty, make him a sage, a Rsi, and a Brahman. I bend the bow for Rudra that his arrow may strike and slay the hater of devotion. I rouse and order battle for the people, and I have penetrated Earth and Heaven. On the world's summit I bring forth the Father: my home is in the waters, in the ocean. Thence I extend o'er all existing creatures, and touch even yonder heaven with my forehead. I breathe a strong breath like the wind and tempest, while I hold together all existence. Beyond this wide earth and beyond the heavens I have become mighty in my grandeur.” - Devi, from Rig Veda 10
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