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Sarada-Tilaka, xxxv, 70

Identifier

012720

Type of Spiritual Experience

Background

The term 'Sarada Tilaka' means the tilaka of Sarada or the goddess Parvati, and the text deals with the tantra system .

 

A description of the experience

Sarada-Tilaka, xxxv, 70

We pray to the Paradevata united with Siva, whose substance is the pure nectar of bliss, red like unto vermilion, the young flower of the hibiscus, and the sunset sky; who, having cleft Her way through the mass of sound issuing from the clashing and the dashing of the two winds in the midst of Susumna, rises to that brilliant Energy which glitters with the lustre of ten million  lightnings. May She, Kundalini, who quickly goes to and returns from Siva, grant us the fruit of Yoga! She being awakened is the Cow of Plenty to Kaulas and the Kalpa Creeper of all things desired for those who worship Her.

The source of the experience

Shaivism

Concepts, symbols and science items

Concepts

Kundalini

Symbols

Science Items

Activities and commonsteps

Activities

Commonsteps

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