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Devotion (Bhakti)

The Sanskrit word bhakti comes from the root bhaj, which means "to adore or worship God." I practice in devotion to Kali Maa, and have created this space to share her inspiring teachings.

 
 
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"I have surrendered my soul at the fearless feet of mother. Jai Ma Maha Kali."

 
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Our Journey

I sit in complete gratitude and devotion to divine mother Kali. I love you, Maa. Mother Kali came into my life with fire and didn’t give me a choice. In complete surrender, I sat with her each morning. She revealed my hooks of the ego, guiding me with unconditional love through this transformation of coming back to me. Feeling light, bright and authentically me, I humbly bow my head in gratitude. 

Jai Ma Maha Kali.

 

 
 

Five Aspects of Kali

 
 
 
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I am Beauty.
 Passionate protector of life

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I am the Dancer.
Bestower of creation and restorer of equanimity

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I am Wisdom.
Dispassion that cuts through ignorance

 
 
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I am Rebirth.
 Cosmic memory of all that exists

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I am Shakti.
Primordial energy of creation

 
 

Meet Mother Kali Workshop

Kali Workshop

Meet Mother Kali

Face your ego and transform as you move through a fiery devotional practice...

 

In honour of Kali Maa, I have created a workshop to share her spirit and powerful teachings. This is a flowing class dedicated to Kali, the one who invokes the fire inside us in order to dissolve the things in our lives that are no longer serving us. Kali is hot and fiery and so is this experience. Join us for an afternoon of storytelling, of letting go, and of looking at our hooks. Working with the Kali mudra we will face our ego, moving through a spicy devotional practice. Prepare to transform, burning away all samskaras (old patterns). 

 

 

“Kali’s task is to annihilate that which stands between us and the Divine. She’s frightening to the ego, but infinitely beautiful to our soul.”

— Mirabai Starr

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