Children Of The New Age

Arwinder Singh, brother of Kash and Lalita” width=
Arwinder Singh
“Children of the New Age, those born and those to be born, are the privileged ones. They come to this world already touched and blessed by the spirit of the New Millennium, closer to the universal spirit and closer to their discovery of it. For them, the door to the unconscious is already open. The drive to dive deeper into their inner selves compels them to seek to know for themselves. They no longer want to accept beliefs; they want to build their own beliefs... The powers of the mind that until now seem accessible only to a few are now within the reach of every child.”
(Mercado 1997, 273)

“So these realised souls are all over and they are helping... They guide you to the proper lines, they bring their angels and they help you to come to the right path, to the right conclusions. And they never try to possess you, they never try to hypnotise you, or take you to the wrong side of life. So when you are realised also, you must know that you have to know completely what is the Reality.”
The Paraclete Shri Mataji, New Delhi, India—February 3, 1983
“Special personalities from Montreal, Canada will give evidence to confirm my Incarnation. You don't have to worry about that for now, but it will happen. You will hear about them later.”
The Paraclete Shri Mataji, Sydney Airport, Australia—April, 1994

Age fraught with potential more magnificent and more terrifying than history has ever known

Joe Fisher, The Case for Reincarnation
"Pluto was discovered as recently as 1930 . . . Pluto, they say, is the harbinger of death and rebirth; Pluto is coming into its own; Pluto is casting a lengthening shadow upon the affairs of human beings. As ruler of death and rebirth, Pluto is recognized to be a particularly potent force during these rare ages when the planet is at large in Scorpio, its own sign of sex and death. As this book goes to press the world is advancing to the brink of such an epoch. Pluto enters Scorpio on August 27, 1984, and there it will remain until November 10, 1995.

Astrologers the world over have already branded the imminent Pluto/Scorpio age as being fraught with potential more magnificent and more terrifying than history has ever known. Geological upheaval, economic collapse, nuclear war, wondrous technological innovation and the transformation of global consciousness are seen as distinct possibilities — the death of the old bringing on the birth of the new. For if Pluto has a cosmic mission it is to provoke the release of the enduring from the transitory and the outworn . . .

Pluto represents the unconscious — individual and collective — and governs forces buried deep in the psyches of human beings and nations. Along with many of her contemporaries, American astrologer Isabel M. Hickey maintains that the planet's obscure energy is at work behind the restlessness, chaos and confusion of the modern world. She feels that Pluto's transit through Scorpio will ensure the elimination of “Ancient wrongs and evils" by touching off “A purging such as the world has never known.”

Astrologers have elected the oncoming Pluto/Scorpio transit as the most likely time for Pluto to display, most ruthlessly, its reincarnation power.

Anguish born of regenerative forces seems to be inevitable: the so-called lower self must give way to the higher if all the adverse laws of karma are not to take effect, possibly in another incarnation — if not here and now. The soul is at stake.

British astrologer and clairvoyant John Humber sees the Pluto /Scorpio configuration demanding a leveling of global conditions. “If we haven't got things right, Pluto will let us have it,” he declared. “All prejudice and unfairness will have to go and it will go either through cooperation or it will go violently. Transformation and change could come about in a beautiful way but the closer the world gets to this Pluto/Scorpio phase without changing, the more threatening the situation becomes.” There is, however, another way of looking at this threat. “For a disease to heal, it has to break out,” ventured astrologer Liz Greene in lecturing on Pluto's influence

As unwelcome as change by coercion might be, the action of Pluto, like death itself, is essential for the rebirth that evolution demands. To be reborn, first you must die! Pluto's task is to press for evolutionary perfection, to push the individual and the race through hoops of renewal in life as in death. Ideally, humanity will pursue and bring about its own rebirth by uniting in caring, understanding, and tolerance of individual differences.” 1

If we reject their visions, condemn them for their dreams, we are sealing them off from the universal spirit

Walter Mercado, Beyond The Horizon
According to Walter Mercado the "children of the New Age, those born and those to be born, are the privileged ones. They come to this world already touched and blessed by the spirit of the New Millennium, closer to the universal spirit and closer to their discovery of it.

For them, the door to the unconscious is already open. The drive to dive deeper into their inner selves compels them to seek to know for themselves. They no longer want to accept beliefs; they want to build their own beliefs.

As their parents, we can learn from them, open ourselves to their lessons instead of forcing our lessons on them; or we can complicate their journey to discovery by imposing our beliefs on them, limiting their vision with our perception of what is possible and impossible, and closing the doors of their minds with the locks of our own limited comprehension...

The children born now under the dramatic and increasing influence of Aquarius come to us with expanded powers, but if we do not listen to and encourage them, their capacities will atrophy. As with the muscles of our body, failure to exercise our powers limits the growth of those powers. A child kept in a seat will never learn to walk, a child hindered from running will never gain speed and endurance. Similarly, a child constantly told that what he sees are just meaningless dreams or daydreams, constantly told that such-and-such is impossible, will never reach the limits of his vision or reach beyond what is believed possible. . . .

The children arriving now have no conception of what is or is not impossible. That makes them especially well suited to lead us beyond the limits of what we believe to be possible, into whole new realms.

In this way, our children are our teachers as much as our students, especially now. It is said that children choose their parents as they come into this world from a state of unity with the universal spirit, returning to this plane at exactly the place, at exactly the precise moment, and with exactly the people they want or should be with. They come to teach and to learn. Denying them the chance to do so limits the chances of their completing the lesson they came for, as well as limiting the chances of our learning ours.

The powers of the mind that until now seem accessible only to a few are now within the reach of every child. Every child born now has the ability to see deep into the future and the past. It is simply a matter of letting ourselves see. The influence of the age is already opening the door for the children to see what can be. They come at this very moment because they are supposed to. They come because they are supposed to help guide us into the New Millennium and guide us beyond it.

If we reject their visions, condemn them for their dreams, we are sealing them off from the universal spirit — and we are sealing ourselves off, as well.” 2

Meditating on the Great Mother

With that in mind we will begin the story of a New Age child Arwinder Singh. He was born at the Lakeshore General Hospital in Montreal, Canada on a cold February afternoon in 1990.

He grew up just like any other kid, maybe just more boisterous than his elder siblings Kash and Shahwinder. There was one obsession that made him stand out — he was one fanatical Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle dude. The fabulous four, his indomitable heroes, practically nursed and nurtured his first few years. (Once he went missing while on a shopping trip in Toronto. His frantic parents, friends and concerned relatives finally found him blocks away, talking to a nice old lady while pointing down a man-hole cover. He was absolutely sure that the Ninja Turtles would spring out any time, and had left his parents at a music shop to greet them.)

The Great Mother
In the primordial mysteries, the
Feminine — whose nature we
have attempted to discern in
the symbols and functions of its
elementary and transformative
character — assumes a creative
role and so becomes the
determining factor in early
human culture. Whereas the
instinctual mysteries revolve
around the central elements
of the life of woman — birth,
menstruation, conception,
pregnancy, sexuality,
climacteric, and death — the
primordial mysteries project a
psychic symbolism upon the
real world and so transform it.

The mysteries of the feminine
may be divided into mysteries
of preservation, formation,
nourishment, and
transformation. . . At all stages
of the primordial mysteries it
is the central symbol of their
realization. . . . The woman is
the natural nourishing
principle and hence mistress
of everything that implies
nourishment. . . . Thus the
transformative character of the
Feminine rises from the
natural to the spiritual plane.
The culture-bringing
primordial mysteries cultimate
in a spiritual reality that
completes the mystery
character of the Feminine.”

Erich Neumann
The Great Mother

Arwinder started meditating on the Great Mother in early 1995 around the age of five, after having his Kundalini activated by his brother Kash. For months there was never even a hint of the profound inner spiritual experiences that he underwent after Self-realization.

While strolling with his son to the nearby Ivan Franko Park on August 9, 1995 at 6:25 p.m., his father began to converse with him about the Divine Mother. Arwinder casually informed his father that he also had met Her. His incredulous father, not believing what he had just heard stopped in his tracks and turning to face his son, repeated the question. The answer was the same - he had also been visiting the Great Primordial Mother, just like his elder brother Kash!

Although he had been meeting and conversing with the Devi in his daily meditation for quite some time already, She had requested that he not divulge this fact to anyone. In other words, Arwinder had been advised not to inform any family member that he was meeting Her! It had only been the day before, on August 8, 1995 that the Devi had actually given him permission to tell his father about his spiritual experiences. And that was the reason he was, only now, informing his father about them.

Five-year-old Arwinder now began to relate to his father that he usually meditated with the Great Spiritual Mother and 34 other Sahaja Yogis. When queried about the 34 Sahaja Yogis, he said that he was sure about that exact figure as he had counted them on a number of different occasions! According to him all of them — from Shri Ganesha to Shri Jesus, from Shri Krishna to Shri Buddha — are Sahaja Yogis and very friendly as he had talked with each and every one of them.

He said that during meditation the power (Kundalini) comes up till the middle of his eyes at the Agnya chakra, and then slowly goes back down during sleep. Sometimes in meditation he gets "too much power" (intense Kundalini surge) and “Mother has to take it back,” (The Adi Shakti has to absorb the excess) or else it will "come out through the top of the head” (flow out through his Brahmarandhra.)

Kundalini is a biological substance that exists within the framework of the body

This experience seems to be somewhat similar to Shri Mataji's explanation of the gushing Kundalini: “Because the vibrations are flowing and you are not receiving it, so I don't know how to contain within Myself. If you do not suck in the vibrations, so I take time to take them out.”

According to Swami S. Saraswati with “The awakening of kundalini, the great intelligence is aroused from its sleep and you can give birth to a new range of creativity. When kundalini awakens, not only are you blessed with visions and psychic experiences, you could become a prophet, saint, inspired artist or musician, a brilliant writer or poet, a clairvoyant or messiah. Or you could become an outstanding leader, prime minister, governor or president. The awakening of the kundalini affects the whole area of the human mind and behaviour.

Kundalini is not a myth or an illusion. It is not a hypothesis or a hypnotic suggestion. Kundalini is a biological substance that exists within the framework of the body. Its awakening generates electrical impulses throughout the whole body and these impulses can be detected by modern scientific instruments and machines. Therefore, each of us should consider the importance and the benefits of awakening kundalini, and we should make a resolve to awaken this great shakti.

Everybody should know something about kundalini as it represents the coming consciousness of mankind.” 3

Arwinder was asked how did this power (Kundalini) feel, whether hot, warm or cold? According to him it is warm.

He added that he had many conversations with The Great Mother and always talked about "good things,” especially how beautiful this world was — the flowers, trees, grass, people, insects and so forth.

He mentioned that his physical interior body is made of “Bones and blood.” She had explained that to him when he inquired about this subject.

Arwinder also observed that the Goddess always wore different dresses (saris) every day, particularly those with patterns of small flowers. She often wore red and gold colored dresses, considered to be "very nice” by Arwinder.

He related that Shri Pancha-Brahma-Svarupini Devi 4 had on numerous occasions also taken him to visit the houses of worship in the Spirit World, and that these buildings varied in their shapes and colors of gold, dark red, blue, green and yellow. Inside their compounds there was always an abundance of offerings of bananas, coconuts, oranges, strawberries, pomegranates, apples, cooked rice and other types of food in silver bowls. A variety of beautiful flowers would invariably flank both sides of these offerings.

Whenever Shri Bhakta-harda-tamo-bheda-bhanu-madbhanu- santaih Devi 5 arrived at any of these Houses of Worship, She would stop and help the spiritual beings arrange the fruit, food and flowers. Some of them would then remain behind to meditate with the Great Primordial Mother.

After the meditation the spiritual beings would distribute all the offerings. Arwinder also meditated with them, as he wanted to eat the prasad (sacred food offering to the Lord)! He added that he declined some of the offerings, but accepted the fruit.

They were ethereal in nature but yet were of 'solid' form

According to him the spiritual inhabitants, that also included children, were of various races — Caucasian, African, Oriental, Indian, and so forth. He related that their physical appearance varied from that of human beings on Earth in that they were ethereal in nature, yet 'solid' in form, as indicated by their activities and the clothes they wore. Put simply, they are all spirits, yet 'human'. Though it was difficult for Arwinder to describe how their spiritual bodies looked, his descriptions matched those of Kash. His sister Lalita, in fact, found it difficult to describe her own semi-transparent body in the Kingdom of God! The best way she could describe it was to say that her hands, feet, and body were "like water.” How is the spiritual body comparable to water? Water is transparent, by its very nature flows, and it also has the capability to be a solid or vapour. The spiritual bodies of the Spirit World are therefore being described by these three witnesses of the Spiritual World — as ethereal, 'solid', yet having the ability to flow, like water!

Arwinder also said that there are many people existing in the Spirit World, but being five-years-old he could not exactly explain in numbers how many — a hundred thousand, millions perhaps? It would be difficult, for example, for a five-year-old to be in Tokyo and to determine its population. Arwinder's observation has nevertheless confirmed what Kash said about the Spiritual World; that there are many people existing there.

Arwinder's spiritual experiences with the Great Holy Mother awed his father into silence and hapless surrender. It was one of the most intense and detailed of revelations of the Kingdom of God. A five-year-old child with no established spiritual or religious background was narrating to a forty-three-year-old lapsed Sikh adult about the Supreme Truth of the Divine World of Reality! Arwinder has in fact irrefutably confirmed that the Devi is the Great Inner Guide in his Sahasrara, thus corroborating the fact that She is the same Supreme Spirit that Kash had also been speaking about!

Arwinder noticed Divine Beings he meditated with
Divine Beings (click to enlarge)

On August 29, 1995, the laminated blowup of the 'miracle photo' was brought home and hung up. Arwinder was casually looking at it and then, when he noticed the Divine Beings at the top left-hand corner (see photo on left), immediately pointed to them and said that those were the 'Sahaja Yogis' that had meditated with him.

He had no knowledge that this photograph was taken at Camp Talooli, USA but positively identified them from their ethereal form in the Kingdom of God.

Arwinder was sure that they were Spirit People as he himself was in that ethereal form when he met them. An apparent soul (jivatman) of the macrocosm was explaining to his father about his real soul (Paramatman) in the microcosm.

The real soul (Paramatman) and the apparent soul (jivatman)

“According to Hinduism, man is essentially a soul that uses its body and mind as instruments to gain experience. What is the nature of the soul? Hinduism maintains that the macrocosm and the microcosm are built on the same plan, and that Brahman is the soul of both. As the soul of man, Brahman is known as Paramatman. The Upanishads speak of the two souls of man dwelling, as it were, side by side, within him: the real soul (Paramatman) and the apparent soul (jivatman). The real soul is the witness consciousness, serene and detached. The apparent soul is the embodied soul, the experiencer of birth and death, and is ever in quest of freedom and eternal life. The apparent soul is the ego self--the reflection of the real soul. The real soul has been described as Self and the apparent soul as non-Self. Hinduism analyzes man in terms of three bodies, five sheaths, and three states. It says that a human individual has three bodies: physical body, subtle body, and causal body. The physical body is produced out of the gross forms of the five basic elements (ether, air, water, fire, and earth), and is subject to a sixfold change: birth, subsistence, growth, maturity, decay, and death. At death the physical body perishes and its five constituent elements are dissolved. The subtle body is made of the subtle forms of the five basic elements that produced the physical body. It is the receptacle of thoughts and memories and continues to exist after death, serving as the vehicle of transmigration. A human individual enters this world with a bundle of thoughts in the form of his mind, and he also exits with a bundle of thoughts, some old and some new. The causal body, characterized by ego sense only, is finer than the subtle body. All three bodies are for the fulfillment of desires, gross and subtle. The soul is different from these three bodies.

Hindu scriptures further describe the body-mind complex of man as consisting of five sheaths, or layers: the physical sheath, the sheath of prana (the vital air), the sheath of mind, the sheath of intellect, and the sheath of bliss. These sheaths are located one inside the other like the segments of a collapsible telescope, with the sheath of the physical body being the outermost and the sheath of bliss being the innermost. The sheath of the physical body is dependent on food for its sustenance and lasts as long as it can absorb nourishment. The sheath of the vital air is the manifestation of the universal vital energy. It animates the gross body, making it inhale and exhale, move about, take in nourishment, excrete, and reproduce. The sheath of the mind is the seedbed of all desires. It is changeful, characterized by pain and pleasure, and has a beginning and an end. The sheath of the intellect is the seat of I-consciousness. Though material and insentient by nature, it appears intelligent because it reflects the light of the Self. It is the cause of embodiment. Finer than the sheath of the intellect is the sheath of bliss, the main features of which are pleasure and rest. It, too, is material and subject to change. The five sheaths are the five layers of embodiment and they veil the light of the Self.

The Upanishads mention that man experiences three states of existence-waking, dream, and deep sleep-and his Self within, the experiencer of the three states, is different from them. Analysis of all three states reveals the true nature of the Self. In the waking state man remains identified with his physical body, in the dream state with his subtle body, and in deep sleep with his causal body. The Atman, or Self, is the monitoring consciousness of all three states and is the basis of their unity. Hinduism contends that conclusions based only on an analysis of the waking state are incomplete and cannot reveal the real nature of man. In this sense, Hinduism considers the conclusions of physical science as inadequate although not incorrect.” 6

1. Joe Fisher, The Case for Reincarnation, Collins Publishers, 1984, p. 129-35.
2. Walter Mercado, Beyond The Horizon: Visions of a New Millennium, A Time Warner Company, 1997 p. 173-77.
3. S. Satyananda Saraswati, Kundalini Tantra, Bihar School of Yoga, 1984, p. 4
4. Pancha-Brahma-Svarupini [250 th]: Panchabrahmas are Her forms. When She endows them with Her Power they become Brahmas ...)
5. Bhakta-harda-tamo-bheda-bhanumad-bhanu-santaih [404 th]: She is the effulgence of the Sun who dispels the darkness of ignorance from the hearts of Her devotees. She is vidya-svarupini. By destroying the limiting power of darkness, 'avarana-sakti' in the minds of Her devotees She gives the vision of 'akhanda-chinmaya-svarupa,' the unbroken ocean of consciousness to Her devotees.)
6. The Human Individual, Swami Adiswarananda

The Great Adi Shakti Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
“Only thing is that one should remember that the Krita Yuga has started. Now Kali Yuga is over, Krita has started and in this Yuga, that the Paramchaitanya is absolutely effective and very efficient...

You have been telling Me so many stories, how Sahaj it worked out, how Sahaj it has happened. all of you have been telling me very nice stories, but it is part of your play in Sahaja Yoga and that your place in the Kingdom of God. So in the Kingdom of God, you are there. Try to enjoy it. That's the only thing you have to do is to enjoy in the Kingdom of God.”

Shri Mataji
Kalwe, India — January 1, 1991

J. Naisbitt & P. Aburdene, Megatrends 2000

“In turbulent times, in times of great change, people head for the two extremes: fundamentalism and personal, spiritual experience...With no membership lists or even a coherent philosophy or dogma, it is difficult to define or measure the unorganized New Age movement. But in every major U.S. and European city, thousands who seek insight and personal growth cluster around a metaphysical bookstore, a spiritual teacher, or an education center.”

J. Naisbitt & P. Aburdene
Megatrends 2000, William Morrow & Co, NY (1990}

“Mystics hold first that God is not to be located in any particular place, church or temple but that His spirit is everywhere present in Nature and that Nature everywhere abides in it. The orthodox notion that God is a particular Person among many persons, only much more powerful yet still saddled with likes and dislikes, anger and jealousy, is rejected as childish. Pantheism is therefore the initial note to be sounded. Right thought hallows a place or makes it profane, and real sacredness dwells within the mind alone. Next they hold that as a corollary from the first tenet, God abides inside the heart of every man as the sun abides in all its myriad rays. He is not merely a physical body alone, as materialists believe, nor a body plus a ghost-like soul which emanates from it after death, as religionists believe, but he is here and now divine in the very flesh. The heavenly kingdom must be found whilst we are yet still alive, or not at all. It is not a prize which is bestowed on us in the nebulous courts of death. The practical consequence of this doctrine is embodied in the third tenet of the mystics, which asserts that it is perfectly possible for any man, who will submit to the prerequisite ascetic discipline, to enter into direct communion by contemplation and meditation with the spirit of God without the use of any priest or prelate as an intermediary and without the formal utterance of verbal prayer. This renders it quite unnecessary to lift upturned palms in suppliant adjuration of a higher Being. Silent aspiration thus replaces mechanical recitation. The fourth tenet is as obnoxious to official religion as the last for it declares that stories, events, incidents and sayings, which in their totality constitute a holy scripture, are merely a mixture of imagined allegories and actual happenings, a literary concoction whereby mystical truths are cleverly conveyed through the medium of symbolic myth, legendary personification and true historic fact; that the twentieth century indeed could quite justifiably write its new Bibles, its new Qurans, its new Vedas afresh if it wished, for the divine afflatus may descend again at any hour. Mystics hold, fifthly, that their practices ultimately lead to the development of supernormal faculties and extraordinary mental powers or even strange physical ones, either as the gift of God's grace or as the consequence of their own efforts.”

Paul Brunton, The Hidden Teaching Beyond Yoga
E. P. Dutton & Co., 1966, p. 77

Swami Vivekananda, Inspired Talks, My Master and Other Writings

“The Saktas worship the Universal Energy as Mother; it is the sweetest name they know. The Mother is the highest ideal of womanhood in India. [...]

Mother is the first manifestation of power and is considered a higher idea than father. The name of mother brings the idea of Shakti, Divine energy and omnipotence. The baby believes its mother to be all-powerful, able to do anything. The Divine Mother is the Kundalini sleeping in us; without worshipping Her, we can never know ourselves. All merciful, all-powerful, omnipresent - these are attributes of the Divine Mother. She is the sum total of the energy in the Universe.

Every manifestation of power in the universe is Mother. She is Life, She is Intelligence, She is Love. She is in the universe, yet separate from it. She is a person, and can be seen and known - as Sri Ramakrishna saw and knew Her. Established in the idea of Mother, we can do anything. She quickly answers prayers.

She can show Herself to us in any form at any moment. The Divine Mother can have form (rupa) and name (nama), or name without form; and as we worship Her in these various aspects, we can rise to Pure Being, having neither form nor name.

The sum-total of all the cells in an organism is one person. Each soul is like one cell, and the sum of them is God. And beyond that is the Absolute. The sea calm is the Absolute; the same sea in waves is the Divine Mother. She is time, space and causation. Mother is the same as Brahman and has two natures; the conditioned and the unconditioned. As the former, She is God, nature and soul. As the latter, she is unknown and unknowable. Out of the Unconditioned came the trinity, God, nature and soul - the triangle of existence.

A bit of Mother, a drop, was Krishna; another was Buddha. The worship of even one spark of Mother in our earthly mother leads to greatness. Worship Her if you want love and wisdom.”

Swami Vivekananda
Inspired Talks, My Master and Other Writings
Wednesday, July 2,1895,
Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Center, NY, pp. 48-49.

Britannica Online (1994-1998 Encyclopædia Britannica” alt=


Mysticism has been accused of passing off psychological states for metaphysical statements. But the psychological base has never been questioned seriously. It would, however, be proper to call it autology (the science of self.) If the word psychology is to be retained, it must be in the original sense of the word now discarded. The contrast between the old and the new has been well expressed by the Russian philosopher P.D. Ouspensky:

Never in history has psychology stood at so low a level, lost all touch with its origin and meaning, perhaps the oldest science and, unfortunately, in its most essential features, a forgotten science, the science of [man's] possible evolution.

Mysticism is that science in which the psychology of man mingles with the psychology of God. The major change or orientation is from the level of the profane to the sacred, an awareness of the divine in man and outside. The source and goal of such a psychology was revealed in the 18th-century Methodist leader John Wesley's dying words: “The best of all is this, that God is with us.”

A mark of the mystic life is the great access of energy and enlarged awareness, so much so that the man who obtains the vision becomes, as it were, another being. Mansions of the mind, maqam (Arabic: "place"), and bhumi (Sanskrit: "land"), open up to the gaze of the initiate, a wayfarer of the worlds. This means a renewal or conversion until one knows that the Earth alone is not man's teacher. The mystic begins to draw his sustenance from supersensuous sources. He has "drunk the Infinite like a giant's wine,” and a hidden bliss, knowledge, and power begin to sweep through the gates of his senses.”

Britannica Online (1994-1998 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc

Sri Lalita Sahasranama: Shakti

1) Sri Mata

— Sacred Mother (feminine); the Seer, the Seen and the Seeing.
— The Knower; the Measurer (masculine)
— “For Whom all creatures are born.” Taittiriya Upanishad 3. 2

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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2) Sri Maharajni

— Great Empress
— “By Whom all creatures live.” Taittiriya Upanishad 3. 1

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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4) Sri Cidagni-Kunda-sambhuta

— Born from the Pit of the Fire of Consciousness.
— Burns out ignorance and confers Immortality.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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5) Sri Deva-Karya-Samudyata

— Emerges for a Divine Purpose.
— Appears to answer the prayer of Gods (Divine Beings) for help.
— Battles for the spiritual emancipation of Her devotee.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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12) Sri Nijaruna-prabha-pura-majjad-brahmanda-mandala

— Her red brilliance engulfs all Universes.
— All created Universes are only Her Radiance.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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58) Sri Panca-Brahmasana-sthita

— Seated above the Five: Sri Brahma, Vishnu, Rudra, Isna and Sadasiva.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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59) Sri Maha-padmatavi-samstha

— Dwells in the Great Lotus Forest.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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61) Sri Sudha-sagara-madhyastha

— Ocean of Nectar. — Abode of Bliss.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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64) Sri Devarsi-gana-sanghata-stuyamanatma-vaibhava

— Gods and Seers perceived Her Cosmic Form.
— Seers realised unity of individual and Cosmic Selves.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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65) Sri Bhandasura-vadhodyukta-sakti-sena-samanvita

— Confers powers to devotees to conquer their egos.
— Grants true realisation of Ultimate Reality.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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68) Sri Chakra-raja-ratha-rudha-sarvayudha-pariskrta

— Mounted on Sri Chakra inside body with all weapons i.e. Powers.
— Enlightens mind to realise Ultimate Reality as an All-Pervading-Consciousness.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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70) Sri Chakra-ratharudha-dandanatha-puraskrta

— Mounted on Kiri Chakra, led by Sri Varahi, commander of Her armies.
— Controls forces inside body and marshals them towards God realization

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
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77) Sri Kamesvara-mukhalokakalpita Sri-ganesvara

— By Her mere looking into the face of Sri Kamesvara (Siva), Sri-Ganesvara was created.

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78) Sri Mahaganesa-nirbhinnavighna-yantra-praharsita

— Delighted at Sri Ganesha destroying obstacles of Her devotees.
— Enables devotee to overcome impediments by Her presence in body and Cosmos.

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80) Sri Karanguli-nakhotapanna-Narayana-dasakrtih

— 10 avataras of Sri Vishnu emerge from Her fingernails to fight Her battles against Forces of Darkness.

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83) Sri Brahmopendra-Mahendradideva-samstuta-vaibhava

— Her splendour praised by Sri Brahma, Vishnu and Indra.
— “You are verily that which cannot be uttered.” Sri Brahmadeva (Devi Mahatmyam)

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85) Sri Srimad-vagbhava-kutaika-svarupa-mukha-pankaja

— Her Lotus Face is the source of all Speech.

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88) Sri Mula-mantratmika

— Source of all the Mantras.

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94) Sri Kohlini

— Dwells in every house, village or forest i.e., everywhere.

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99) Sri Muladharaika-nilaya

— Dwells in Muladhara Chakra inside body.

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100) Sri Brahmagranthi-vibhedini

— Cuts Knot of Sri Brahma; devotee consciously transcends wakeful state.

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