Dispel your fear and attachments
Every birth is a birth into time and change is inherent to time, without change there would be no time, just as without death there would be no life. Kali is the Goddess of time and eternity, death and rebirth. She is the inner desire in all living beings to live eternally. This is not just some foolish naive idea, but actually points us towards a deep spiritual truth: that which we truly are is deathless, our True Nature is eternal.
Ultimately time will take everything that is transient away from us. Kali asks us not to wait until that happens but rather she encourages us to consciously decide to offer up our attachments to form. When we do this we transcend the transient nature of reality and start to feel the eternal presence in everything.
Her force is a powerful energy that guides us on our inner journey from darkness to light. Calling upon this energy is a sign we are willing to let go and surrender our attachments and she is the power that helps us face our fears in these moments of transition.
OM MATA KALI
KALI DURGAE MA
SRI MA SRI MA
Saluation to the Divine Mother Kali,
The Dark Goddes that enlightens the world,
takes away all illusions
and the cause of suffering.
This mantra is a plea to the Divine Mother in her fierce (Kali) and protective form (Durga). It awakens a spiritual power within us that helps us to move through our fears and liberate ourselves out of attachment and illusion linked to the material world so that we may recognize our true, deathless and eternal nature.
Chanting this mantra helps to
- dispel darkness
- overcoming pain and fear
- clear your direct environment
- call upon Divine Light Power
- awaken warrior-like determination
In the 'Transition' Masterclass we will chant this mantra and invoke the energy of Kali in our spiritual hearts to help us move through changes with courage and grace, transcending fear, releasing attachments that are holding us back to grow and expand. You will receive the session in your inbox. Practice at a time that suits you best and revisit as often as you like: