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    In Sanskrit, the ancient spiritual language, Yoni means vagina, vulva, womb, creation, source. For thousands of years the Yoni was worshiped as THE symbol of the Goddess and women’s power. Click here to see my video on this power inside EACH woman, and how to harness it to turn your mission into a movement.

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    Pratyangira Yantra

    A Jain Tantric Diagram with Pratyangira India, Rajasthan, 17th Century


    hinducosmos: Yantra of the Goddess Pratyangira India, Gujarat, Kachchh (Kutch), circa 1700-1750 Drawings; watercolors Opaque watercolor and gold on paper Pratyangira or Narashimhika, is a Hindu Goddess associated with Shakti, the Hindu concept of eternal energy. She is described as a goddess with a lioness’s face and a human body. This combination of lion and human forms represents the balance of good and evil. In Hindu mythology, Prathyangira is a fusion of Vishnu, Durga, Kali, and Narasimha.

    Vishvarupa by Raghupatti Bhatta, displayed at Yoga Matrix. / Sacred Geometry ♥

    A Gupta period sandstone sculpture depicting Queen Maya and the infant Buddha. According to Buddhist traditional accounts, Queen Maya died seven days after the birth of her son.

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    Sandwoman, by Ana Mendieta, 1983


    Medicine Woman - Medicine means the magical power of fate, healing magic and medicine. Women were the first midwives and shamans, welcoming the newly arrived and preparing sacred rituals for the departed. The Medicine Woman holds the Moon in her hands. She trusts Divine Timing. She knows that all things that once were will be again. From: The Book of Goddesses by Nancy Blair


    Khajuraho-style Indian Temple carving of a woman

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    Satan was a lesbian.