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Dakshina Kālikā

दक्षिण कालिका

Kali....You are wisely chosen... You are a lightbringer... 

You carry free minds ... and lovers as much as givers... 

Kali is the Hindu goddess (or Devi) of death, time, slayer of egos and doomsday and is often associated with sexuality and violence but is also considered a strong mother figure and symbolic of motherly love. Kali also embodies shakti - feminine energy, creativity and fertility. 

 

Kali is a mother, a lover and a savior and stands for the authentic essence of expression. She cleared the world from outer and inner demons and expresses herself fully without judgement. We want to create a space where every participant can release their inner individual sexual and sensual energy. 

 

The Temple night will encompass tantric as well as performative elements. Feel free to join the temple and the cult that will appear with it. 

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Divine Mother

Kali is the ultimate manifestation of Shakti and the mother of all living beings.

She is a kind mother, who protects and nurtures her children. She is completely naked, denoting that she is above this material world.


She is referred to as a great and loving primordial Mother Goddess in the Hindu tantric tradition and is referred to as Kali Ma, meaning Kali Mother

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Lover

Her love is so fierce that she destroys evil in order to grant liberation. She destroys our attachment to the temporary body—and reminds us to enjoy the beauty of life, because death is certainly coming. 

Balance is love:

Kali is Shiva's "wife" as it were, provoking him and encouraging him in his mad, antisocial, disruptive habits. It is never Kali who tames Shiva, but Shiva who must calm Kali.

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Saviour

Kali destroys the evil in order to protect the innocent. So often misunderstood from her paintings, she does not slay the heads of man, but she does fight demons and slays ego´s for the protection of mankind.

Kali is most often represented in art as a fearful fighting figure with a necklace of heads, skirt of arms, lolling tongue, and brandishing a knife dripping with blood.

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