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Kali Yantra. Durante miles de años, han sido usados en la tradición Tantrica como metáforas visuales para el cuerpo Divino. Como las expresiones de Devoción y Contemplación, ellos son similares a los Mandalas Tibetanos, Meditar sobre ellos es equivalente a volver al mandato primordial del Ser de alguien. Los Yantras son comprendidos de formas Arquetípicas Geométricas. Como se cree, ofrecen la liberación de la esclavitud.

Kali Yantra. Durante miles de años, han sido usados en la tradición Tantrica como metáforas visuales para el cuerpo Divino. Como las expresiones de Devoción y Contemplación, ellos son similares a los Mandalas Tibetanos, Meditar sobre ellos es equivalente a volver al mandato primordial del Ser de alguien. Los Yantras son comprendidos de formas Arquetípicas Geométricas. Como se cree, ofrecen la liberación de la esclavitud.

Kali Yantra is very powerful and is for the worship of Goddess Kali. This Yantra frees a person from the bad influences of spirits and people. This Yantra also eliminates the harmful effects of misfortunes, sufferings and sorrows in life. The Kali Yantra bestows spiritual power and results in fulfillment of desires, increase in wealth and comforts of life. It also bestows longevity to the person who wears this Yantra on his body.

Kali Yantra is very powerful and is for the worship of Goddess Kali. This Yantra frees a person from the bad influences of spirits and people. This Yantra also eliminates the harmful effects of misfortunes, sufferings and sorrows in life. The Kali Yantra bestows spiritual power and results in fulfillment of desires, increase in wealth and comforts of life. It also bestows longevity to the person who wears this Yantra on his body.

Kālī - feminine form of kālam ("black, dark coloured"). Kāla means "time" and "black", being first creation before light itself. Kalika Purana depicts as "Adi Shakti" (Fundamental Power) "Para Prakriti", beyond nature. Conveys death, destruction, the consuming aspects of reality - a "forbidden thing". Transformation. Distillation of divine wrath into a goddess of salvation, who rids the sadhaka of ignorance & fear. Kali appears as a symbol of triumph over death.

Kālī - feminine form of kālam ("black, dark coloured"). Kāla means "time" and "black", being first creation before light itself. Kalika Purana depicts as "Adi Shakti" (Fundamental Power) "Para Prakriti", beyond nature. Conveys death, destruction, the consuming aspects of reality - a "forbidden thing". Transformation. Distillation of divine wrath into a goddess of salvation, who rids the sadhaka of ignorance & fear. Kali appears as a symbol of triumph over death.

Kali Yantra

En las tradiciones posteriores, Kali ha llegado a ser inexpugnablemente ligada con Shivá. La forma «desencadenada

Kali is the female incarnation of Shiva. She is a mother goddess of destruction and death but also fertility and motherly love. I'm obsessed with this tattoo!!

Kali is the female incarnation of Shiva. She is a mother goddess of destruction and death but also fertility and motherly love. I'm obsessed with this tattoo!!

Her primary symbol was a downward-pointing Triangle, the Yoni Yantra, sometimes called Kali Yantra. This represented a Vulva (Sanskrit yoni), and femaleness in general: by extension, a womb, motherhood, female sexuality, the Life Spirit embodied in menstrual blood, or the world-activating power of the Goddess herself.

Her primary symbol was a downward-pointing Triangle, the Yoni Yantra, sometimes called Kali Yantra. This represented a Vulva (Sanskrit yoni), and femaleness in general: by extension, a womb, motherhood, female sexuality, the Life Spirit embodied in menstrual blood, or the world-activating power of the Goddess herself.

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