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  • Shakti 1

    ShaktiFor other uses, see Shakti (disambiguation)."Shakthi" redirects here. For the cinematographer, see Shakthi (cinematographer)."Sakthi" redirects here. For the 1980 film, see Sakthi (film).

    Goddess Adi Shakti is the Presiding Deity at Parashakthi Temple in NorthAmerica. Mantra - Aim Hreem Kleem. Weapon - All Weapons. Consort -

    Shiva

    The goddess Manasa in a dense jungle landscapewith a cobra and a swan.

    Shakti (Sanskrit pronunciation:[kt])(Devanagari: ; from Sanskrit shak, "to beable"), meaning "Power" or "empowerment," isthe primordial cosmic energy and represents thedynamic forces that are thought to movethrough the entire universe in Hinduism.[1]

    Shakti is the concept, or personification, ofdivine feminine creative power, sometimesreferred to as 'The Great Divine Mother' inHinduism. On the earthly plane, shakti mostactively manifests through female embodimentand creativity/fertility, though it is also presentin males in its potential, unmanifest form.[2]

    Not only is Shakti responsible for creation, it isalso the agent of all change. Shakti is cosmicexistence as well as liberation, its mostsignificant form being the Kundalini Shakti,[3] amysterious psychospiritual force.[4] Shaktiexists in a state of svtantrya, dependence on noone, being interdependent with the entireuniverse.

    In Shaktism and Shaivism, Shakti isworshipped as the Supreme Being. Shaktiembodies the active feminine energy of Shivaand is identified as Mahadevi or Parvati.

    Evolution

    David Kinsley mentions the "shakti" of LordIndra's as Sachi (Indrani), meaning power.[5]

    Indrani is part of a group of seven or eightmother goddesses called the Matrikas(Brahmani, Vaishnavi, Maheshvari, Indrani,Kumari, Varahi and Chamunda and/orNarasimhi), who are considered shaktis ofmajor Hindu gods (Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Indra, Skanda, Varaha/Yama and Devi and Narasimha respectively).

    The Shakti goddess is also known as Amman (meaning 'mother') in south India, especially in the states of Karnataka,Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh. There are many temples devoted to various incarnations of the

    Shakti goddess in most of the villages in South India. The rural people believe that Shakti is the protector of the village, the punisher of evil people, the curer of diseases, and the one who gives welfare to the village. They

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  • Shakti 2

    celebrate Shakti Jataras with great interest once a year. Some examples of incarnations are Ganga Ma, Aarti,Kamakshi Ma, Kanakadurga Ma, Mahalakshmi Ma, Meenatchi ma, Manasa Ma, Mariamman, Yellamma,Poleramma, Gangamma and Perantalamma.

    Shakti/Parvati/Sati PeethasMain article: Shakti PeethasAccording to some schools, there are four Adi Shakti Pith and 51 important centres of Shakti worship located in theIndian sub-continent. They can be found in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Tibet and Pakistan. These are calledShakti Peethas. The list of locations varies. A commonly accepted list of Shakti peethas and their famous templecomplexes includes: Jwalaji (Himachal), Tara Tarini (Berhampur, Orissa), Katyayani (Chattarpur, Delhi), Kamakhya(Assam), Kali at Kalighat (Kolkata, West Bengal), Naina Devi (Himachal), Guhyeshwari Temple Devi (Kathmandu,Nepal), Vishalakshi Temple (Varanasi). Other pithas in Maharashtra are Tuljapur (Jagdamba), Kolhapur(Mahalaxmi), vani-Nashik (Saptashrungi) and Mahurgadh (Renukamata).

    Hindu Goddess.

    Adi Parashakti

    Main article: Adi parashaktiAdi parashakti or Devi Durga is a Hindu concept of the UltimateShakti or Mahashakti, the ultimate power inherent in all Creation. Thisis especially prevalent in the Shakta denomination within Hinduism,which worships the Goddess Devi in all Her manifestations. She wasmarried with Shiva. Durga gave birth to his first child called Kalki.

    Bhajans and Mantras

    There are many ancient Shakti devotional songs and vibrational chantsin the Hindu and Sikh traditions (found in Sarbloh Granth). Therecitation of the Sanskrit bij mantra MA is commonly used to call uponthe Divine Mother, the Shakti, as well as the Moon.

    Kundalini-Shakti-Bhakti Mantra

    Adi Shakti, Adi Shakti, Adi Shakti, Namo Namo!

    Sarab Shakti, Sarab Shakti, Sarab Shakti, Namo Namo!Prithum Bhagvati, Prithum Bhagvati, Prithum Bhagvati, Namo Namo!Kundalini Mata Shakti, Mata Shakti, Namo Namo!

    Translation:Primal Shakti, I bow to Thee!

    All-Encompassing Shakti, I bow to Thee!

    That through which Divine Creates, I bow to Thee!

    Creative Power of the Kundalini, Mother of all Mother Power, To Thee I Bow![6]

    "Merge in the Maha Shakti. This is enough to take away your misfortune. This will carve out of you a woman.Woman needs her own Shakti, not anybody else will do it... When a woman chants the Kundalini Bhakti mantra,God clears the way. This is not a religion, it is a reality. Woman is not born to suffer, and woman needs her ownpower.

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    When India and Indian women knew this mantra, it dwelt in the land of milk and honey.~ Yogi Bhajan (Harbhajan Singh)[7]

    Shaktism

    Sri Guru Amritananda Natha Saraswati,performing the Navavarana Puja, an important

    ritual in Srividya Tantric Shaktism, at theSahasrakshi Meru Temple at Devipuram, Andhra

    Pradesh, India.

    Shaktism regards Devi (lit., "the Goddess") as the Supreme Brahmanitself with all other forms of divinity considered to be merely Herdiverse m