Shiva Shakti power. And if you ask me, it looks like another symbol for the two kabbalistic pillars.

Understanding Hindu Metaphysics

Shiva Shakti power. And if you ask me, it looks like another symbol for the two kabbalistic pillars.

➰ Kali, is the powerful and often feared Goddess of death and destruction which is part of the Alchemical process of resurrection, rebirth, and empowerment. She brings the death of the Ego as the illusory self-centered view of reality. She is the great destroyer and transformer of that which is profane and needs to be purified by fire (Shakti) to bring the life force into its highest expression.

➰ Kali, is the powerful and often feared Goddess of death and destruction which is part of the Alchemical process of resurrection, rebirth, and empowerment. She brings the death of the Ego as the illusory self-centered view of reality. She is the great destroyer and transformer of that which is profane and needs to be purified by fire (Shakti) to bring the life force into its highest expression.

Lord Vishnu, 1st Deity of the Indian Trinity: the Lord maintainer of all the universes resting/sitting on and supported by Lord ananta-Sesha (who controls universal laws such as gravity).

Lord Vishnu, 1st Deity of the Indian Trinity: the Lord maintainer of all the universes resting/sitting on and supported by Lord ananta-Sesha (who controls universal laws such as gravity).

In creating the elephant-headed Ganesha, Shiva stops being the world-renouncing hermit and transforms into Shankara, the world-affirming householder

In creating the elephant-headed Ganesha, Shiva stops being the world-renouncing hermit and transforms into Shankara, the world-affirming householder

Branch of Hinduism worshipping the demigods. What a beautiful belief and what a beautiful placebo!

Branch of Hinduism worshipping the demigods. What a beautiful belief and what a beautiful placebo!

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