Divine Mother

In honor of all mothers, everywhere, let us sing and dance this Mother’s Day. Let us feed the hungry, love the unlovable and find compassion for all. Let us take the holiday away from Hallmark and put it back into our hearts, holding space for Mama Earth, the Divine Mother and the mother within us all.

I invite you to press play and dance like nobody’s watching…

translation below from KundaliniYoga.org

ADI SHAKTI, ADI SHAKTI, ADI SHAKTI, NAMO NAMO,
SARAB SHAKTI, SARAB SHAKTI, SARAB SHAKTI, NAMO NAMO,
PRITHUM BHAGAWATI, PRITHUM BHAGAWATI, PRITHUM BHAGAWATI,
NAMO NAMO,
KUNDALINI, MATA SHAKTI, MATA SHAKTI, NAMO, NAMO.
The First Shakti Mantra tunes into the frequency of the Divine Mother, and to primal protective, generating energy. Chanting it eliminates fears and fulfils desires. Adi Shakti means the “Primal Power,” Sarab Shakti means “All Power”, and Prithum Bhagawati means “which creates through God.”

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4 Responses to Divine Mother

  1. I swear you are a kindred spirit. : )

    Happy Mother’s Day to you!

  2. Oh.. and it’s a beautiful song. I’m still grooving to it. : )

  3. OH, Thank you.. This was the PERFECT way to start my day..
    thank you little mother
    Blessings in abundance

  4. Pamela says:

    Love it! I have been trying to learn the meanings of more mantras. I have this (the GuruGanesha Singh) version. Thank you for sharing. Have a wonderful weekend!

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