Adi Shakti - Durga Devi
A. K. Goswami
Adi-shakti: Durga Devi - Genesis of Energy
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Durga: difficult to attain, hard to approach, danger, distress.
Durga: One of the wives of Shiva. She is the goddess of retribution and justice. She is both beautiful and fierce, and usually appears with eight arms carrying weapons and riding upon a tiger or a lion.
Eka: or Ek, meaning One, single.
durga the path beset by manifold dangers and sufferings and difficulties. [Ved.]
Durga the goddess who is the energy of Siva.
durgam pathastat difficult of going is that path. [Katha 1.3.14] ...
The fierce aspect of the universal Shakti or divine Mother, who destroys limitations and evil tendencies. She is often depicted as the eight-armed warrior goddess who rides a tiger and carries weapons.
Durga - goddess of truth
Easy breath - a breath pattern that is relaxed and nonmanipulated
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Durga Puja celebrations in Dhakeshwari National Temple, Dhaka, Bangladesh
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So, in a way, we worship God Himself when we worship Bhagavati Durga, Lakshmi, Saraswati, and principally Lakshmi on an occasion of this kind, the lighting up of the atmosphere on this occasion with a series of illuminating lamps.
Thou art Kali, Durga, Adisakti, Rajarajeswari, Tripurasundari, Maha-Lakshmi, Maha-Sarasvati! Thou hast put on all these names and forms. Thou hast manifested as Prana, electricity, force, magnetism, cohesion, gravitation in this universe.
I bring Durga to mind, the powerful warrior goddess, who rides a lion into battle and conquers legions of demons. Durga maintains a sweet demeanour, a Divine ambience, as she destroys what stands in her wayfearless of being overpowered.
Vijaya Dashami (Dassera) - October 06 (Thursday)
Festival of Holy Mother Durga, day of victory of the good over evil, "Day of Enlightenment"
Sharad Purnima - October 11/12 (Tuesday/Wednesday)
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one who worships the various manifestations of Shakti in the form of Kali, Saraswati, Durga etc.
It is reminded by Pattabhi Jois that these benefits come with consistent practice over a long period of time! In yoga terms this would be called durga kala (very long time) and nairantarya (without break).
This money was used as the down payment on the Ranch. Mr. Myers helped us with his beautiful donation so that New Yorkers could have a beautiful Ashram within driving distance of the City. In the Fall of 1976, Swamiji inaugurated a Durga Temple ...
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