Saturday 11 June 2011

Tantra in daily life (Part 7)

Tripura Bhairavi:-Hormonal balance in females, cure of problems related to menopause, courage and ability to cross hurdles and defeat of enemies.(She is the matured and tougher form of Tripurasundari, in whom menstruation has stopped completely. She is fierce and She is the Supreme Goddess who creates, sustains and at the same time destroys the manifested world.)
Raga Bhairavi in all its sublime melody represents Tripura Bhairavi.





Tripurasundari:- Beauty, charm, enhancement of feminine elegance (in male practitioners enhancement of overall charm), magnetism towards opposite sex, ability to entice people, charismatic looks /demeanour and influence in high places, contacts with royal personages.(This Red Goddess is an enchanting beauty of the Three Cities, in Her prime of youth. She is the main Goddess worshipped by Tantriks who belong to the Shaaktha tradition called as "Srividya Upasana.")
Raga Kalyani invokes Her. The delicate and delicious nuances of Kalyani epitomise and bring to life the form of Maha Tripurasundari in all Her beauty, grace and passion. Contemplation of this raga establishes contact with this Divine Beauty.





Balatripurasundari (Child form of Tripurasundari):-Brilliance, mental agility, dynamism and tremendous ease in achieving goals.(Bala is the child form of Tripurasundari and believed to be accessible and merciful to Her devotees. Her child-state makes the path easier for the practitioner to reach Her. Child that She is, She responds readily with eagerness and innocence. The best Form to worship.)

Raga Sudhdha dhanyasi cascades into Her form.

Sudhdha Saveri is the basic and general raga of all forms of Shakthi.

(To be continued.....)