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New Moon to Navratri

  Time to heal archaic wounds and celebrate goddess within! So far in this month we have already experienced a solar eclipse, lunar eclipses, and fall equinox, now some of us will get to experience the Black Moon (second occurrence

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Maha-Navratri (The Great Nine Nights)

  Tantra is pre-historic and pre-vedic. It developed as a result of self-inquiry or the quest for deeper understanding of Self. In deepest cave of our heart we all are aware of the Nameless One. The people of Indus Valley

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Ninth Night of Navratri

?   Ninth Night of Navratri (Goddess-celebration of Nine Nights in Hindu and Tantrik Traditions). The final night of journey, night of Goddess Siddhidatri. Siddhi means ‘perfection’, ‘accomplishment’, ‘attainment’, and Datri means ‘Bestower’. The Goddess of Great Perfection. She is

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Eight Night of Navratri

 Eigth Night of Navratri (Goddess-celebration of Nine Nights in Hindu and Tantrik Traditions). Night of Goddess Mahagauri, ‘Maha’ means ‘Great’ and ‘Gauri’ means ‘pure and clear light’. the Great Awarness of Clear Light. The Stillness of mind and dissolution of

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Seventh Night of Navratri

Seventh Night of Navratri (Goddess-celebration of Nine Nights in Hindu and Tantrik Traditions). Goddess Kalaratri, ‘Kala’ is Time or movement and ‘Ratri’ is Night or Dissolution or Death. The Great Awareness of Kali when awakened, destroys the worst form of

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Sixth Night of Navratri

Sixth Night of Navratri (Goddess-celebration of Nine Nights in Hindu and Tantrik Traditions), night of Goddess Katyayani – “the One who cuts through”. She is the “awareness” that transforms our demons (anger, fear, grief, hate, jealousy, narcissism, etc..) and demi-gods

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Fifth Night of Navratri

the fifth Night of Navratri (Goddess-celebration of Nine Nights in Hindu and Tantrik Traditions). Goddess Skandamata – Mother of Great Warrior Skanda . A warrior never gives up and is single-minded focused on the goal. Inner-transformation, the path of love, is

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Fourth Night of Navratri

The 4th Night of Navratri (Goddess-celebration of Nine Nights in Hindu and Tantrik Traditions). Fourth is the night of Goddess Kusmanda. ‘Ku’ means ‘a little’ or ‘early stage’, ‘K’ is also the first alphabet of Sanskrit; ‘Usma’ is warmth or

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Third Night of Navratri

The 3rd night of Navratri (Hindu Goddess celebration of Nine Nights), the night of Goddess Chandraghanta – ‘Chandra’ means Moon and is symbolic for ‘Sweet and peaceful light of Compassion’. ‘Ghanta’ means ‘Bell’, symbolic for ‘Primordial sound of Great Awakening

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