27 | KHODIYAR MAA

27 | KHODIYAR MAA

KHODIYAR MAAWomb & Fertility When looking at the Goddesses in Tantra, we notice that their stories point to energetic principles. A Goddess is a whole world of energetic principle made manifest. The work of a Tantric practitioner is to condense and concentrate...
26 | SHAKAMBHARI

26 | SHAKAMBHARI

The great nourishing Goddess. Her name translates as the bringer of vegetation. She is twilight blue in colour and she brings the gift of herbs, fruits and vegetables to the earth.She is the revealer of nourishment and growth.She is the great mother of nurture who...
25 | LOHRI

25 | LOHRI

Welcoming Back the Light Amvasya | Dark MoonWednesday, 13th January 2021 Loh means light and gives its name to this festival day of welcoming back the light. This is an ancient Indian pagan festival that is celebrated in the North of India. It has echoes in South...
24 | BHAIRAV ASTAMI

24 | BHAIRAV ASTAMI

How We Waste our Lives Away ’But down in the undergroundYou’ll find someone true.Down in the undergrounda land serene,a crystal moon.Oh, It’s only forever.Not long at all’’Underground | D. Bowie Kaal Astami is a timein which to studythe deep dark layers of...
23 | BHAIRAVI JAYANTI

23 | BHAIRAVI JAYANTI

Creative Beauty or Destructive Creation 30th December | Full Moon The days are lengtheningThe solstice is passedThe nights recede by a sunlit mastThe first full moon of the rising yearBelongs to Bhairavi, who on this day is here.Boonath Bhairavi means the fierce one....
22 | KALI PUJA

22 | KALI PUJA

The Womb of Creation Monday 21 December A big planetaryrotation of forcesoccurs on Winter Solstice,as the longest nightof the yeartakes us to the very depthof outer darkness.This extended darknessof the macrocosmis mirroredin our inner microcosm,as we are but a...