Parvati

From Sahaja Yoga Encyclopedia
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The cardiac center is governed by the Deity Jagadamba, the Mother of the universe. Parvati, wife of Shiva, the power of Shiva, takes Her place here to help these struggling evolutionary human beings who are trying to evolve themselves, to protect them from the satanic, from the demonic forces. She is known as Lalita. She is known by many names. They say She has been incarnated 108 times.... She is the essence of raksha, that is the protection.... And She is the Mother of this world, Jagadamba.... Shiva is the guru. Parvati is the Shakti.... When Parvati made Shri Ganesha, He was the son of Parvati alone. There was no father. Parvati Herself wanted to have a child of Her own. There were angels who were dedicated either to Vishnu or to Shiva, like the ganas who were dedicated to Shiva alone, so She wanted to have Her own son who could permeate Her powers on this Earth. So to begin with, when the Shakti created this universe and Sadashiva was watching Her creation, the first thing She created on this Earth was innocence and the embodiment of that innocence was Shri Ganesha. (22 February 1977 and 4 September 1981 and 7 September 1986)

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Parvati is the Hindu goddess of fertility, love and devotion; as well as of divine strength and power. She is the mother goddess in Hinduism and has many attributes and aspects. Each of her aspects is expressed with a different name, giving her over 100 names in regional Hindu stories of India. Along with Lakshmi (goddess of wealth and prosperity) and Saraswati (goddess of knowledge and learning), she forms the trinity of Hindu goddesses (Tridevi).

Parvati is the wife of the Hindu god Shiva - the destroyer, recycler, and regenerator of the universe and all life. She is the daughter of the mountain king Himavan and mother Mena. Parvati is the mother of Hindu deities Ganesha and Kartikeya. Some communities also believe her to be the sister of the god Vishnu and the river-goddess Ganga. more