The Goddess Embodiment
In Ancient Tantric traditions and still practiced today, the Goddess is the embodiment of our energetic well-being. During yogic practice, breath-work and meditation the Goddess can be spontaneously felt, invoked during exploring throughout your practice. This energy can awaken within us an inner source of empowerment.
The awakening of Shakti, which activates deeper inner exploration, perception and transformation in the body and mind. Is the goal of Tantra and Kundalini yoga. The lost connection that we have fallen back from.
The Supreme Goddesses that are worked with the most in the Hinduism traditions are Shakti, Durga, Kali, Laksmi, and Saraswati. That hold many attributes that we can identify with. The power of strength, beauty, sensuality, creation, ignition, creation, beauty, destruction, wisdom and much more.
The connection with manifesting the Goddess into your life is about learning how to work with the different Archetypes and how to bring them into balance. The Union of Shakti and Shiva the Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine qualities embraced in neutrality.
The stories of these Goddesses at times can seem unreal and difficult to understand. But it is the symbology, of the message that we are contemplating and focusing on retrieving from the story that is being told.
How can you relate to the Goddess Energy in your it can current life situations?
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Exploring Union with Embodied Goddesses
- Goddess Yoga
- Tantra Sacred Union
- Kundalini Awakening
- Ignite your Energetic Body
- Energy Healing and Clearing
- Goddess Breathwork for a clear mind, and deeper conscious connection
- Connect with your Higher Self
- Receive transmissions
Understanding how to work with the Goddess can be through goddess mentorship, yoga training, or becoming a Goddess facilitator.
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The Hindu Goddesses
Durga, her name means the cosmic warrior and she is hard to conquer. She destroys the barriers that keep us stuck such as fear, lack of confidence, ignorance, and darkness. She helps create self empowerment through inner strength, building self esteem, she clears negativity, and slays the destructive traits that can be held onto for years. She helps confront challenging situations through grounding.
Laksmi, represents abundance, not so much fame and fortune but the richness of our soul. She helps with attaining our true desires. She also represents beauty, blissfulness, harmony, and love.
Saraswati, means the flowing essence. Symbolizing confidence, beauty, seeking truth and connection with nature and our true essence. Saraswati plays the music of love on a string instrument called the veena. She is dressed in white - the symbol of purity and is seen with a white swan.
She embodies speech, wisdom, and inspiration. She opens us to seeing the world as a canvas where we can create our life story.
The Dark Goddesses
Certain Goddesses may be considered a dark goddess, not necessarily that she is out to do harm, no, not at all. What she represents is the Dark Shadow aspect that is hidden deep within us. For instance Goddess Kali can help retrieve the negative traits that live blocked within and help bring up what no longer serves us.
Each Goddess represent energies that are expressed in our life situations physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual.
Learning how to understand and how to face our challenges is how these energies can break down barriers.