RumiQuotes

Open to me so that I may open to you. Provide me with your inspiration so that I may see mine. 

Rumi

When the world pushes you to your knees, you are in a perfect position to pray.  #rumi

cactus-legss:

Ten Mahavidyas

cactus-legss:

Ten Mahavidyas

(via seasalt-siren)

arghandrawr:

Goddess of Prosperity 
Kamalatmika (Kamalala) is the Goddess of abundance and spiritual perfection. When the adept has been through all the other Goddesses he/she has understood the universe and is ready to receive all its gifts.
The Hindu goddess Kamalatmika and is the tenth of the ten Mahavidyas - the others are Kali, Tara, Sundari (Shodashi), Bhuvaneshwari, Bhairavi, Chinnamasta, Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, and Matangi.

arghandrawr:

Goddess of Prosperity 

Kamalatmika (Kamalala) is the Goddess of abundance and spiritual perfection. When the adept has been through all the other Goddesses he/she has understood the universe and is ready to receive all its gifts.

The Hindu goddess Kamalatmika and is the tenth of the ten Mahavidyas - the others are Kali, Tara, Sundari (Shodashi), Bhuvaneshwari, Bhairavi, Chinnamasta, Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, and Matangi.

ain-s0ph-aur:

Chinnamastā

ain-s0ph-aur:

Chinnamastā

cactus-legss:

Dhumavati, The goddess of smoke. 

cactus-legss:

Dhumavati, The goddess of smoke. 

(via seasalt-siren)

the-feminine-divine:

Mahavidya Chhinnamasta

the-feminine-divine:

Mahavidya Chhinnamasta

arghandrawr:

Goddess of Death and Illusion
Dhumavati is the power of the void. She is portrayed as an old crooked hag with rotten teeth. She symbolizes all which is sorrowful, despairing, forsaken and putrefied. She is death itself. She gives us the opportunity to find God in even the most despairing situation by going deeply inwards until we find the deepest truth in the depths of our being.
The Hindu goddess Dhumavati is the seventh of the ten Mahavidyas - the others are Kali, Tara, Shodashi, Bhairavi, Bhuvaneshwari, Chinnamasta and Dhumavati, Matangi, Kamala and Bagla Mukhi. 

arghandrawr:

Goddess of Death and Illusion

Dhumavati is the power of the void. She is portrayed as an old crooked hag with rotten teeth. She symbolizes all which is sorrowful, despairing, forsaken and putrefied. She is death itself. She gives us the opportunity to find God in even the most despairing situation by going deeply inwards until we find the deepest truth in the depths of our being.

The Hindu goddess Dhumavati is the seventh of the ten Mahavidyas - the others are Kali, Tara, Shodashi, Bhairavi, Bhuvaneshwari, Chinnamasta and Dhumavati, Matangi, Kamala and Bagla Mukhi. 

arghandrawr:

Goddess of Truth and Deceit
Bagalamukhi is the power of the sphinx which transfixes us and hypnotizes us. Bagalamukhi is used to stop ones enemies as she hypnotizes them completely.She is portrayed as a woman of immense beauty who puts anyone who contemplates her into a deep state of trance. She is the goddess of black magic, of poisons.
The Hindu goddess Dhumavati and is the eighth of the ten Mahavidyas - the others are Kali, Tara, Shodashi, Bhuvaneshwari, Bhairavi, Chinnamasta , Matangi, Kamala and Bagla Mukhi.

arghandrawr:

Goddess of Truth and Deceit

Bagalamukhi is the power of the sphinx which transfixes us and hypnotizes us. Bagalamukhi is used to stop ones enemies as she hypnotizes them completely.She is portrayed as a woman of immense beauty who puts anyone who contemplates her into a deep state of trance. She is the goddess of black magic, of poisons.

The Hindu goddess Dhumavati and is the eighth of the ten Mahavidyas - the others are Kali, Tara, Shodashi, Bhuvaneshwari, Bhairavi, Chinnamasta , Matangi, Kamala and Bagla Mukhi.

Mission, San Francisco, California

Mission, San Francisco, California

Mission, San Francisco, California

Mission, San Francisco, California

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Castro, San Francisco, California