Anna Perenna is the Roman Goddess of long life and renewal, health and plenty. Her two names both make reference to the year: anna means "to live through a year" while perenna means "last many years" ... (annual and perennial). She is concerned with cycles of renewal and connecting the past to the present. She is described in some legends as old, and in others as young. Sacrifices were made to her with the intent "that the circle of the year may be completed happily"
Calling In Healing Light Each Night For Regeneration & Healing ~ It is a self reward if every night at bed time, you call healing light, via visualizations, via symbols calling-calling Guides & flames-asking that the whole process regenerates you... Light heals during that night time rest, wonderfully revitalizing you and helping you in all small details & greater aspects of life!
'Green Tara' by Zeng Hao. (Dun Huang Art Studio). Not a "Hindu" Goddess but a Goddess of Tibetan Buddhism. She is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism and who also appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. She is known as the "Mother of Liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements. In Japan she is known as 'Tara Bosatsu', and is little-known as 'Duōluó Púsà' in Chinese Buddhism.
Kundalini Shakti - "Letting the woman . . . in the story take the rap is a resourceful way of occluding the full coherence as politics of what was decreed (part of misogyny's usefulness.) Accounts of the queen invariably reflect the perennial disparagement of women rulers and dominant female consorts - objects of mockery and condescension (for being unbecomingly virile) or of double-standard calumnies (for being frivolous or sexually insatiable)." - Sontag, 'Volcano Lover'