Goddess Scrolls

Goddess Anahata

Anahata Heart Chakra: Seat of Infinite Love

The Anahata heart chakra is the gateway between the lower and higher chakras. The lower chakras – Muladhara (root), Svadhisthana (sacral), and Manipura (solar plexus) govern the material and physical aspects of life. The higher chakras – Vishuddha (throat), Ajna (third eye), and Sahasrara (crown) govern the spiritual and etheric realms.  Anahata forms the bridge between the two sections and facilitates their cooperation and integration. It is here that we can transcend the limitations of

Read More »
Goddess Kali Portrait

Goddess Kali: Destroyer of Obstacles

Goddess Kali is the most potent form of Goddess Shakti. She is the Goddess of time, creation, and destruction. She is worshipped as the Divine protector and bestower of Moksha (liberation). Goddess Kali can help to destroy the bonds in your life that are holding you back and preventing personal and spiritual growth. You can call on her whenever you need the strength to make a difficult change or the power to create something meaningful.

Read More »
Goddess Manipura

Manipura Solar Plexus Chakra: Seat of Personal Power

As we ascend to Manipura, we move from developing relationships with others to a relationship with the self. The Manipura solar plexus chakra is the seat of personal power and sense of self-worth. The Manipura solar plexus chakra is the source of ambition and willpower. It is sometimes too easy to succumb to the will of other people and forget about your own needs. You can lose touch with your truth. A strong and harmonious

Read More »
Patanjali's Eight Limbs of Yoga Tree

The Eight Limbs of Yoga: Patanjali’s Path to Liberation

Yoga is an ancient spiritual practice that is over 6000 years old. Yoga is a Sanskrit word that means ‘union.’ Therefore, it symbolizes the goal of union with Divine source energy or with a state of pure awareness, also known as Moksha (liberation). The ultimate purpose of yoga is silencing the thoughts and controlling the mind so that the true Self can be realized. When we recognize our true nature, we dissolve ignorance and illusion

Read More »
Scroll to Top