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Dasha Mahavidya - Ten Wisdom Goddesses


Mother Kali (Time)

Mother Kali and time - goddess who dispels darkness. Time is both creation and destruction. To create we must first destroy. To bring the new into being, we must fist let go the old, and it is she who will help you remove all your past trauma and weakness. Mother Kali is also worshiped as air or the wind.


Mother Kali, our Master's Shri Param Eswaran grand Mother is located in the Heart Chakra, the seat of the air element or Vayu. Kali relates to the physical heart also, which circulates the life force, and to the blood itself that carries the life force. In this form she is called Rakta-Kali or red Kali. Mother Kali thus is the pulsating of the heart. In her higher and benefic form as Bhadra (auspicious) Kali she is located in the spiritual heart center, on the right side of the chest. Here she is the giver of the highest transformation, which is Self-realization. She is the combination of the supreme and middle forms of speech whereby the outer and the inner are mediated through the heart. Her Mantras remove the demons who have created their dwelling place within your throat and navel. As Mother Kundalini Devi she is at the first chakra.

KRIM KRIM KRIM HRIM HRIM HUM HUM DAKSINE KALIKE
KRIM KRIM KRIM HRIM HRIM HUM HUM SVAHA


Mother Tara (Verb)


The term Tara means the deliverer or savior, from the Sanskrit root tri, meaning, "to take across," as to take across a river, the ocean, a mountain, or any difficult situation. Goddess Tara is called upon in emergencies or at crossroads where we require guidance as to which way to turn. She favors and fearlessness, protection and destroys obstacles, purification, transformation and feminine nature.

Tara relates primarily to the Navel Chakra, which is the center for the third or illumined state of speech (Pashyanti). Her other center is the tongue. Yet because she is the rising sound current that leaps upward from the navel center, she is not limited to this location. As Om or the guru she relates to the Third Eye. She is thus the rising current from the Navel Chakra to the head.

OM TARI TU TARI TURI SVAHA


Mother Tripura Sundari (Light)


The most beautiful goddess in the three worlds, also the main goddess of the Sri Chakra. She thus is the Goddess of Vedantic knowledge, which is the knowledge of the Supreme Self or Divine I AM. She is the supreme ruler of the Universe, also known as Rajarajeshvari. From her arise all the commands, which govern the universe, including the command, which allows us to unfold spiritual or to give spiritual teachings in the world. She is also knowledge and consciousness.

She is the deity of the Crown Chakra or thousand- petalle d lotus, the abode of the immortal nectar (amrita). By her grace the nectar descends and comes to pervade the entire body, until we find the entire body, until we find the entire universe dwelling within it.

OM SHRIM HRIM KLIM AIM SAUH HRIM SHRIM KLIM
KA E I LA HRIM HA SA KA HA LA HRIM SA KA LA HRIM SAUH
AIM SHRIM HRIM KLIM OM


Mother Bhuvaneshwari (Space)


She is known in the Vedas as Aditi, the infinite or indivisible Mother, the great origin and cosmic womb, who is space. In her as genesis and origin all light is born. Hence she is the Mother of the Sun and all Sun Gods who are named after her (Adityas). She creates space in order to give birth to all things. Similarly she creates space within our own consciousness to give birth to the divine nature within us.

She represents the Void or original space in which things come into being. She is the Void in its creative form, the void within creation, form which creation springs and which supports the unfoldment of future creation. She is not the void that is prior to and beyond creation (which is Dhumavati)

OM HRIM HRIM HRIM BHUVANESHVARI NAMAH OM


Mother Bhairavi (Energy)


She represents the supreme power of speech, which has the nature of fire. She is the Word in its unarticulated and primal form of raw energy, the flaming word, which appears like a pillar or a sward to remove all opposition. She is supreme light and heat power, the flame of consciousness itself (Cidagni), which is the ultimate knowledge of truth.

She dwells at the base of the spine in the Root Chakra, (Muladhara). She is the same as Kundalini, most specifically in her awakened role as the purifier of our nature. Unless we are ready to deal with Bhairavi we should not try to arouse the Kundalini into action.

HSRAIM HSKLRIM HSSRAUH


Mother Chinnamasta (Perception)


Whose image is a severed head, is the Goddess who causes us to cut off our heads or to dissolve our minds into pure awareness. She brings transcendence of the mind and represents the non-mind (unmana) state. Freed from the limitations of the mind, consciousness realizes its true nature beyond death and sorrow.

She relates to the third eye (Ajna Chakra), which is her chief place of action. She represents the opened Third Eye from which comes lightning of direct perception that destroys all duality and negativity. As the upward movement of the Prana she is associated with Udana Vayu, the upward moving of the vital airs, which the yogis seek to develop. Her perceptive power can be taken to any center or chakra to perceive its nature and function.

OM SHRIM HRIM HRIM AIM VAJRA-VAIROCANIYAI HUM HUM PHAT SVAHA


Mother Bagalamukhi (Immobility)


Bagala is a Goddess of speech, as such is related to Tara and regarded as a form of her. When sound becomes manifest as light, Tara becomes Bagala. When the brilliant light of speech comes forth, then Tara gains the effulgence of Bagala and causes all things to become still. Bagala is thus the stunning radiance that comes forth from the Divine Word and puts the human or egoistic word to rest.

Bagala relates to the soft palate, the place called Indra-yoni, which is the middle point between the senses of the eyes, ears, nose and tongue. The soft palate is related in function with the third eye, and so Bagala like Chinnamasta is associated with this chakra. Concentration on the point of the soft palate gives control over the senses and vital energies (Prana).

OM HLRIM BAGALAMUKHI SARVADUSTANAM VACAM MUKHAM PADAM
STAMBHAYA JIHVAM KILAYA BUDDHIM VINAAYA HLRIM OM SVAHA


Mother Dhumavati (Emptiness)


She is the elder among the Goddesses; the Grandmother is the elder form of Kali, Kali as an old woman. She represents time or the life force dissociated from the process of manifestation. She is the timeless, which never really enters into the process of time. She is not revealed in the ordinary world but present as s background screen or smoke that helps us see beyond the evident forms around us. Those who are trying to ward off negative influence should worship her. She gives transcendence and freedom, returning us to the condition prior to the arising of any negative forces.

Dhumavati is another goddess that relates to the heart or the middle region.

OM DHUM DHUM DHUM DHUMAVATI NAMAH OM
 

Mother Matangi (Knowledge, Wisdom)


She is wisdom, learning, teaching, and hence the very voice of the guru or inner guide Mother Matangi relates to Sarasvati, the Goddess of wisdom and the consort of Lord Brahma, the creator of the world. She rules over audible sound in general, not just the spoken word. She is the manifest from of song. Like Sarasvati she is symbolized by the rain cloud and by the thunder, as well as the rivers pouring into the sea. Mother Matangi rules over the extraordinary, which takes us beyond the bounds of the conventional.

Mother Matangi resides in the Throat Chakra, the center of speech. She also resides on the tip of the tongue, the place wherein speech is articulated and wherein we are able to taste the essences of things. There is a special nerve or channel of the subtle body called Sarasvati that runs from the Third Eye to the tip of the tongue, which relates to her. This is the stream of inspiration from the mind to its expression via speech. She represents the flow of bliss through this channel, which makes up poet-seers of the divine with all the powers of cosmic creativity.

OM HRIM AIM SHRIM NAMO BHAGAVATI UCCHISTACANDALI
SRI MATANGESVARI SARVAJANAVASANKARI SVAHA


Mother Kamala (Beauty, Inner Prosperity, Joy)


She is beauty, abundance, splendor, devotion, surrender, and refuge. She is the one to whom one worship for financial abundance Mother Kamalatmika like Mother Sundari rules over love, beauty and bliss. She governs the outer form of beauty, not merely as pleasure but as the unfoldment of the Divine nature into the realms of action and creation. Mother Kamala thus relates to the Earth, which contains the maximum manifestation of the Divine in the material world. The Earth Goddess, Bhu Devi, is considered to the second consort of Lord Vishnu. Mother Kamala is the Goddess who will bless us with material and spiritual wealth.

She is located in the heart, specifically the Heart Chakra of the subtle body, which is the place of devotional worship. She is the image of the heart's delight and the heart's wish for perfect beauty and happiness. We should visualize this perfect fulfillment as the Divine grace that naturally comes to the heart of all beings.

OM SHRIM SHRIM SHRIM KAMALAMIKA NAMAH OM

Namaste.
Francesca Krim




 

 

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