Hindu Goddess Durga  

Posted by Stella Clark

Hindu Goddess Durga Image
DURGA IS A WARRIOR HINDU GODDESS WHO IS DEPICTED AS HAVING TEN TO EIGHTEEN ARMS; SHE RIDES OUT OF THE SKY ON BACK OF AN ENORMOUS, FIERCE-LOOKING TIGER AND CARRIES VARIOUS SACRED WEAPONS IN HER HANDS. SHE PROMISED TO PROTECT THE WORLD. THIS WARRIOR GODDESS IS CALLED UPON FOR PROTECTION AND HELP IN SETTING BOUNDARIES. SHE WAGES WAR AND DESTROYS THE FORCES OF EVIL THAT ATTACK HUMANITY. THE DEMONS ARE NOT OTHERWORLDLY CREATURES, BUT OUR THE FEARS AND ILLUSIONS OF HUMANKIND...THE EVILS OF JEALOUSY, PREJUDICE, AND THE EGO AS WELL AS THE SINFUL NATURE OF OF PEOPLE. SHE POSSESSES UNLIMITED POWER AND SIGNIFIES THE INEVITABLE TRIUMPH OF VIRTUE OF THE FORCES OF DARKNESS. DURGA IS A COMBINATION OF THE ENERGIES OF THE GREAT MALE DEITIES.

YET, DESPITE THE FACT THAT SHE COMES ACROSS AS THE FIERCE AND DANGEROUS WARRIOR, DURGA IS ALWAYS SHOWN WITH A SERENE SMILE ON HER FACE. SHE LETS NOTHING DESTROY HER SELF-CONFIDENCE. DURGA IS A VIRGIN GODDESS, BUT NOT IN THE SENSE THAT SHE HAS NO SEXUAL RELATIONS, BUT THAT SHE BELONGS TO NO ONE FULLY. SHE IS ALSO ONE OF THE CONSORTS OF SHIVA, THE DESTROYER, AND SHE SHARES A JOB WITH HIM--SLAYER OF THE DEMONS. HOWEVER, UNLIKE THE RELATIONSHIP OF SHIVA AND PARVATI, THEIR RELATIONSHIP IS A NON-SEXUAL ONE; INSTEAD, WE FIND THEM AS BATTLEFIELD BUDDIES. DURGA POSSESSES UNLIMITED POWER AND SIGNIFIES THE INEVITABLE TRIUMPH OF VIRTUE OVER DARKNESS.

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La Loba The Woman Wolf  

Posted by Stella Clark

La Loba The Woman Wolf Image
An old woman still lives among the broken slopes of the mountains in the land of the Tarahumara Indians. No one knows exactly where, though. She is sometimes seen standing along the highway near El Pasa, hauling wood, or hitching a ride. She is called "the bone woman,, La Loba. "She is the Earth Mother who wanders the earth collecting bones", "especially the bones of wolves. Legend has it that when She has collected enough bones to make a whole wolf, She begins to sing over the skeleton...and as She sings, the wolf begins to grow flesh and fur. And, the longer She sings, the stronger the wolf becomes; then it begins to breathe. Lo Loba keeps on singing, and the wolf leaps up and races off. And when a ray of light from the sun, or from the moon, strikes the wolf at just the right time and place, it becomes a woman, a laughing woman...and if you look closely, you may even be able to see Her running towards the horizon.

This is a powerful story which connects us to our true essence of being women...healers... a tale of shapeshifting and the power of breath. It serves as a reminder that we, as women, can step into our own inner strength to create and dream our dreams into being at any given moment. It speaks to us of "presence", of allowing us to choose life. Lo Loba is the guardian of the female instinct, of female traditions. She is urging us to change for our own good as well as for those of our descendants.

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