Divine Creative Energy (Shakti) & Accessing Mother Divine (Devi) | Yashoda Devi Ma {Podcast #046}

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Mother Divine (Devi) - the creative aspect of the Absolute field of Pure Unbounded Consciousness.

Creative feminine energy (shakti) contains the mechanisms that make the unmanifest manifest.

Awakening shakti will enliven your consciousness while increasing the amount of bliss you feel in your daily life, the willpower you have at your disposal and your capacity to act in accordance with the need of the time.

The sacred feminine is the source of creation. That which is responsible for all that is continuously being created.

About Yashoda Devi Ma

Yashoda Devi Ma is a Vedic Meditation teacher with a passion for helping students reduce stress, cultivate a clear mind and live from the heart. She is the founder of YDM Meditation, a boutique style wellness studio in Boulder, Colorado, which is the base of a thriving community of local and global meditators.

Yashoda has dedicated two decades to Vedic Meditation and Himalayan Yogic practices after the teachings transformed her life and lifted her out of severe depression. She also has a deep insight into the science of Jyotish (Vedic astrology).

Yashoda teaches from direct experience and the initiations gained while studying with two masters of meditation and tantric yoga coupled with extensive travels to the sacred lands of India. It is her greatest joy to share these powerful techniques in the most embodied and relatable way possible.


In This Episode We Discuss

  • Mother Divine (Devi)
  • "Navaratri" - The nine nights of mother divine.
  • "The rising of the feminine", awakening shakti and what that actually means.
  • Siva/Shakti Energy - the interplay of masculine and feminine.
  • Durga (courageously removing irrelevant impurities from ones life).
  • Laksmi (abundance, high value of all areas of life, expression of love).
  • Saraswati (pure knowledge)
  • Ways to invoke Mother Divine in you and truly awaken that shakti energy.

Japa

Japa - a practice we use with clear intention and focused effort to help correct the mistaken intellect, refine our contemplative thinking spectrum and enhance specific fields of awareness/consciousness. On the other hand, Vedic Meditation is designed to be effortless and expand the mind beyond thought all together. Two techniques that compliment each other quite powerfully, but are not interchangeable.

Japa is an active meditation. We can look at Japa as our strength training outside of a daily deep meditation.

Japa means “rotate” and in this practice we move our fingers over a string of beads (called a mala) to focus awareness + concentration as we repeat the mantra. Every time we complete a repetition of the japa mantra, we move to the next bead. A full mala has 108 beads and a full Japa is 108 cycles of the mantra.

Japa Meditation counters the mind’s tendency to become overwhelmed by the continuous stream of inner chatter. As one slowly moves along the mala with the mantra, the mind becomes rooted in that same unhurried, calm movement.

Japa Meditation directs awareness into a clear focus, both objectively and subjectively.

Japa is very helpful for awakening shakti and enlivening their own state of consciousness.

+ more we discuss in this podcast!

Associated Article

The Power of Mother Divine and Navaratri and How to Access It's Regenerative Energy


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2 Comments

  1. I found this episode with Yoshia Devi Ma to be very insightful. I have experienced a lot of destruction in my life recently and it is reassuring to understand how this is part of the flow of energy and life processes. Durga has given way to Lakshmi while I work towards Sarisvati. Thank you for featuring this topic!

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