Saturday, December 08, 2007


om namo bhagavate vasudevaya
Dear Friends On the occasion of Diwali, I share a few thoughts about our mother - mother nature, the mother of all creation in Her ecstatic form Kamalatmika. Her mantra from the best tantras is *om shriiM hriiM kliiM aiM hasauH jagat-prasuutyai namaH* The mantra uses the name *jagat* world and *prasuutyai* meaning causing birth or giving birth to and refers to the creative aspect of all women, nay all female species of all creatures that cause birth or the begining of a new life. *Kamal* or lotus refers to the female generative organ which is honored not for sexuality but for its ability to procreate and cause continuity in this world. ThatLotus which blooms at the first ray of the sun heralding the birth of a new flower symbolises birth of a new life which is like sunrise. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Kamalatmika is the Goddess in the fullness of her graceful aspect. She is shown as seated on a lotus, symbol of purity. The name Kamala means "she of the lotus" and is a common epithet of Goddess Lakshmi. Lakshmi is linked with three important and interrelated themes: prosperity and wealth, fertility and crops, and good luck during the coming year. : For tons of nonsense you can read this link also and see how the clever pandits hid her real identity by talking about irrelevant things like wealth associated with Kamalatmika. They do this even now!!! In the orthodox Christian church the angel called Sveta Petka resonates most closely with Her attributes. However the Yantra given in this link is fine and can be used. With best wishes and warm regards,
Sanjay Rath
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Date:Oct 31 2005

Brihaspati Gayatri, Vishwamitra/Gaathina Rishi Rig Veda 6.62.6