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Sri Devi refers to Shakti, the Divine Mother. Khadga means Sword, Mala means Garland, Stotram means a hymn or song of praise. So the Khadgamala Stotram (hereafter, KS) is a hymn to the Divine Mother, which is said to bestow a garland of upon those who recite it. The KS takes us mentally through the Sri Chakra; ie the mystical geometric representation of the Supreme Goddess. 'SHAKTI' (Devi) is the Sanskrit word denoting power, or energy all Energy, whether we perceive it (from our perspective) as positive or negative. (It is the Shakta belief that there is no positive or negative energy. Love the desire of SHAKTI and SHIVA to Unite as One is the essence of all Creation. That why the KS envisions Devi 'IN COITUS' with Her Consort. This implies that SHAKTI (Energy) is fully animated by SHIVA (Consciousness) She is, in fact, in an eternal state of creative orgasm. That is the cosmic bliss we begin to access through our sadhana (spiritual disciplines). The human sexual impulse is merely a metaphor for the Cosmic Creative Impulse that creates that all we see and do not see. The KS is a very advanced, very powerful recitation from the Srividya school of Shaktism and yet it is totally within the reach of anyone who approaches it in a spirit of serious, sustained devotion and practice. It condenses a long series of complicated rituals into a very simple, easily achievable recitation/meditation that anyone can learn and hugely benefit from. The full pooja of the Devis of the Sri ...
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sites.google.com sites.google.com Sri Devi Khadga Mala Stotram is a very special composition of praying to the Goddess Shakti, the Divine Mother in a unique and complete way. Unique in the sense each of the names uttered is for a significant cause, with meaning description and encapsulated with divine energy and utmost devotion. Word 'Khadga' means Sword, 'Mala' means Garland, Stotram means a hymn or song of praise. So the Khadgamala Stotram is a hymn sung in the praise of Divine Mother, which is said to bestow a protective garland of mystical weapons from the Devi from all sorts of Calamities upon those who recite it. The Devi Khadga Mala Stotram takes us mentally through the Sri Chakra; ie the mystical geometric representation of the Supreme Goddess, describing the significance and meaning for each form given.
Meditate on this visual daily in the morning and before bed for 60 days to experience miraculous benefits. Sri Chakra or Sri Yantra is a diagramatic representation like a map of the Complete Nerve Plexus of the body (Marma points). It is a known fact that spiritual realization occurs when the consciousness enters a 'hole' like region in the heart chakra , resulting in blissful and ego-free state. This visual is a systematic journey synchronizing the movements with Khadgamala Stotram. Khadgamala Stotram is a ancient Linguistic composition designed to systematically represent the journey and the various experiences and emotions that occur on the path to self-realization. It is story of creation and evolution in a geometric hologram. What are Chakras: docs.google.com More on Khadgamala Stotram: docs.google.com What is Sri Yantra docs.google.com Learn How to Draw Sri Yantra. (make a book-let) docs.google.com DO YOU LIKE IT ??? Share it with a friend...and gift him the grace of Devi.. Facebook: www.facebook.com
Singer: Kamala Kumari Nagisetty Sri Devi refers to Shakti, the Divine Mother. Khadga means Sword, Mala means Garland, Stotram means a hymn or song of praise. So the Khadgamala Stotram is a hymn to the Divine Mother, which is said to bestow a garland of swords upon those who recite it. It takes us mentally through the Sri Chakra; ie the mystical geometric representation of the Supreme Goddess. This Yantra consists of 9 enclosures -- each more secret and esoteric than the one before -- surrounding a central point, or bindu, in which Devi, the Supreme Goddess (here in Her erotic form as Kameshwari) is joined in coitus with her consort. As we make our way to the center of Sri Chakra, we pay homage to the 98 yoginis or aspects of Devi (by reciting each of their names) who guard the various "power points" of the charka along the way. We internalize each yogini to become Her; and this prepares us to meet the next yogini on our path -- and so on until we reach the center.
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sing along and learn locations of the goddesses of Sri Chakra dedicated to Goddess and Guru for your sadhana / plotinusOne.com Music: Priya Sisters Images: Plotinus One
******* What is Sri Chakra? What is in it for me? ******* For thousands of years, sages in India and other parts of the world meditated to discover sacred (=self organising) life principles, how to enhance happiness and reduce misery in life. Sri Chakra arose in their visions. It combined geometry, sounds and life to channel the nameless, formless powers of God. It is the king of yantras with nine layers of Shaktis (powers) covering the light of God in the forms of stars, lotuses and squares containing powers, passions and beauties. Their unmasked beauty and razor sharp intellects earned them a nickname- khadgamala- a garland of swords. They cut off and pierce through all limiting ideas of I and mine to release your unbounded bliss of God. Learn the secret teachings of Sa-maya (=Shakti's happiness) Dakshina (=Shiva's happiness) or Kaula (=Both happiness's) and Vama(=offering self in fire) acharas, and finally Ananda Bhairavis of devotees forming into a self empowering mandalas of Sri Chakras. The Guru at the center of such a circle is called Maha Mandaleswara. Meditate on names and forms of Avarana (covering) Devis as you go inwards to get the following. Layers of coverings in Sri Chakra: 1. Square- 10 siddhis, 8 passions, 10 gestures. Use them to enjoy astral powers. 2. Lotus of 16 petals. Time is divided into 16 lunar days, each day bringing a special dream gift. 3. Lotus of 8 petals. Let go of inhibitions. Offer fruits of all your actions to Goddess. 4. Star of 14 ...
A video depicting Srichakra Goddesses in their respective positions. This video can be used to meditate on Srichakra also and it brings lot of benefits to the meditator. This video is produced in Devipuram, the only Sri Chakra Temple in the world. www.devipuram.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Sri Amritananda Natha Saraswati (Guruji) Gives a talk at the Pali Hill Yoga Centre Mumbai India on January 24th 2011. Guruji had visions of the Devi as a sixteen year old girl. With Her Blessing's, he built the Kamakhya Peetam on the hillock and a Siva temple at Devipuram, in 1984. Construction of the Sri Meru Nilaya was started in 1985. Built covering an area of 108 square feet, the temple has 3 levels and stands 54 feet tall. The temple has the idols of all the Devis described in the Devi Khadgamala Stotra. The temple construction was completed in 1994 and the kumbhabhishekam celebrated with great pomp and piety. This temple is unique in allowing the devotees to perform puja to the Devi themselves, without distinction of caste or creed. www.devipuram.com for more information.
Sri Amritananda Natha Saraswati (Guruji) Gives a talk at the Pali Hill Yoga Centre Mumbai India on January 24th 2011. Guruji had visions of the Devi as a sixteen year old girl. With Her Blessing's, he built the Kamakhya Peetam on the hillock and a Siva temple at Devipuram, in 1984. Construction of the Sri Meru Nilaya was started in 1985. Built covering an area of 108 square feet, the temple has 3 levels and stands 54 feet tall. The temple has the idols of all the Devis described in the Devi Khadgamala Stotra. The temple construction was completed in 1994 and the kumbhabhishekam celebrated with great pomp and piety. This temple is unique in allowing the devotees to perform puja to the Devi themselves, without distinction of caste or creed. For more information go to www.devipuram.com
Visit www.hindudevotionalblog.com for Lyrics of Tripurasundari Ashtakam Stotra. Tripura Sundari Astakam is dedicated to Goddess Tripura Sundari or Parvati Devi. Tripurasundari Astakam sung by Bombay Sisters.
Sri Bala Kadgamala Stotram was found and compiled by 'Shree Vidya Sambhakanadhambha ' in 1973. A very powerful and admiring Stotra which will benefit everybody with prosperity and peace of mind. God Bless you ALL .
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