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Quote form "Yogini: Unfolding the Goddess Within" by Shambhavi Lorain Chopra

 

From Yogini: Unfolding the Goddess Within by Shambavi Lorain Chopra, pg. 236:

 

One's inner aptitude and receptivity lead to the path of a particular goddess, to realise her inner might and strength and identify with her form. Choosing the path, we take to worshipping with adoration that particular aspect of the Divine, leading us on eventually to the next.

 

True mysticism or the deepest level of spirituality is concerned with personal transformation, directly experiencing God(dess) and becoming one with the Supreme Power, gradually ascending from the individual soul or jivatma to the Absolute. The goddesses guide us in this process, providing both the wisdom and the energy to bring it about, becoming themselves a visionary form of both the path and the goal, all at once. The goddess is the yogini and the power of yoga through which yoga fulfils itself like a mystic dance.

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Here is a very old Mantra that is said to bring oneness with the Shakti of Shiva (Ruled by the Goddess Parvati.)

I got it from a book called; Shakti Mantras: Tapping into the Great Goddess Energy Within

The book says about this mantra:

"This short mantra is extraordinarily powerful. In fact, in India, the Kula sect, who are worshipers of Shiva, employ this mantra to achieve oneness with Shiva. They see no ultimate distinction between Shiva and Shakti." (Paravati)

 

Here is the mantra:


Hrim Shreem Klim Param Eshwari Swaha

 

pronounced:

Hreem Shreem Kleem Pah-rahm Ehsh-wah-ree Swah-hah

Meaning

Hrim ~ Seed sound for the energy of Para Shakti: ruled by Goddess Parvati

 

Shreem ~ Seed sound for the energy of Kriya Shakti ruled by Goddess Lakshmi.

 

Klim ~ Seed sound of attraction that amplifies syllables around it.

 

Param ~ Supreme

 

Eshwari ~ Feminine principle (ruled by Goddess Parvati)

 

Swaha ~ I salute, or, I invoke

"This short mantra is extraordinarily powerful. In fact, in India, the Kula sect, who are worshipers of Shiva, employ this mantra to achieve oneness with Shiva. They see no ultimate distinction between Shiva and Shakti." (Paravati)

 

Did you check to see what or who the Kula sect are? I know "kula" means "sect", so it would be odd to have a sect called "sect sect". There are, of course, the Kula in Thailand.

I'm more curious what you plan to do with it, than anything else.

Mostly repeat it, a great many times and see what happens. I am getting an effect, mostly a feeling more then anything else.  I have always liked Shaivism which is why I chose that mantra from all the others in the book. This book can be downloaded into a Kindle.

The book isn't the point.. neither are the words on the page, nor the references to deity.  And I really could care less about getting a feeling.

 

What do you plan to do?  What is your intention?  You could recite childrens animal rhymns to the same effect.  You could read off the instructions to bake a cake, a rock band did that once too.  What you use is meaningless without the context of why it is being done.

 

Firewae

Starguy's getting an effect, Firah. I'd ask what are these effects, first.

 

Firah, why does there have to be an intention?


I've found if you preconceptualize Tantric experiences they elude you. So, you asked me before and my answer hasn't changed. This is what I plan to do.


Mostly repeat it, a great many times and see what happens.

 


So if you still can't understand my intention; well, you are going to have to live with it.

Sorry I misspelled "from"
I looked up "Kula". One Sanskrit meaning is the union between Shiva and Shakti, God and Goddess, power and consciousness. That does make sense. The word has several meanings in different languages.
Yes, I found it! Does make sense. This needs to be explored more =)

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