Awakening to Kali: The Goddess of Radical Transformation by Sally Kempton
By Sally Kempton
The sages of Tantra taught that after we persist with the trail of Shakti, the sacred female precept personified by means of the goddesses of yoga, we wake up the complete power of our personal internal energies. Kali, teaches Sally Kempton, can be either the main powerful—and misunderstood—goddess of all.
Kali—her identify capability “Black One”—is the unique darkish Goddess, whose hidden reward is ecstasy. She brings either fierceness and love, destruction and rebirth—and untamed braveness and freedom for these keen to completely understand and embody her many presents. during this book, readers are invited to discover teachings, tales, meditations, prayers, poems, mantras, invocations, and rituals to align with this cosmic strength of radical transformation.
• Kali because the reflect of Our personal internal kingdom
• Kali the Blood Drinker
• the 2 Faces of the darkish Goddess
• Kali and the Ego
• Kali’s Fierce types
• Kali’s position in non secular Liberation
• Contemplation: The Felt experience of Kali on your existence
• The Tantric Kali: Deity of Heroes
• The Kali girl: Archetype of female energy, Sexuality, and strength
• A Kali Asana perform
• A Contemplation on Kali’s Audacity
• The Shadow Kali
• Kali because the internal Voice of harmful Rage
• Dialoguing with Kali (a guided perform)
• Kali because the Human instructor
• A Visualization perform for supplying Your adverse traits to Kali’s fireplace
• Unlocking the Hidden Kali
• Meditation: Kali because the nice Void
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