The Divine Mother

 

The Divine Mother is the matter (Mater) element of the entire universe. Her energy resides in our base-of-the-spine chakra, and is worshiped in the East as the goddess Kundalini. She is the personal personality who awakens in us as we imbibe more and more “Mother light. ” She arises on our spinal altar and unites with the consciousness of the Divine Father that descends from above. The two energies meet in the heart, as the interlaced triangles of the Star of David and the Hindu Shatkona. In Kabbalah, the the Divine Mother is revered as the Shekinah glory, and as the spiritual foundation of the physical universe (Malkhut).

The Divine Mother awakens within us when we practice the presence of our Loving Mother, and when we offer mantras like the Hail Mary, and Eastern mantras to Kuan Yin, Tara, and other representatives of the Divine Mother. The story of the Eastern saint Ramakrishna in the book, Ramakrishna and his Disciples, beautifully describes his adoration to the Divine Mother and the bliss we can experience in close intimacy with the “Mother of God.”

Jesus also taught on the feminine aspect of God in the gnostic gospels like the Gospel of Peace. “Happy are you,” Jesus answered, “that you hunger for the truth, for I will satisfy you with the bread of wisdom. Happy are you, that you knock, for I will open to you the door of life. Happy are you, that you would cast off the power of Satan, for I will lead you into the kingdom of our Mother's angels, where the power of Satan cannot enter.”

And they asked him in amazement: “Who is  our Mother and which her angels?  And where is her kingdom?”
“Your Mother is in you, and you in her.  She bore you: she gives you life.  It was she who gave to you your body, and to her shall you one day give it back again. Happy are you when you come to know her and her kingdom; if you receive your Mother's angels and if you do her laws.  I tell you truly, he who does these things shall never see disease. For the power of our Mother is above all.”

 

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