Utilising Kali Mantras

kaliGoddess Kali is one of the most worshipped Goddesses of the Hindu Religion as the destroyer of evil and compassionate mother who loves her devotees.  Maha Kali is easy to please and usually worshipped by tantriks to achieve special siddhis. Kali is the Goddess of liberation and worshipped in her destructive mode. Kali Ma is terrifying to look at, black and furious, with four hands, dripping blood and dressed in skulls. She is shown with one foot on Lord Shiva and with her tongue sticking out.

KRIM [“kreem”]
This is the great seed mantra of Kali, the primordial feminine energy: the Goddess of energy and transformation. It governs over prana as lightning or electrical energy. KRIM grants all spiritual faculties and powers – from arousing of kundalini to opening the third eye. It has a special power relative to the lower chakras, which it can both stimulate and transform. It helps awaken and purify the subtle body. As a mantra of work and transformation KRIM is the mantra of Kriya Yoga, the Yoga of practice. It is the main mantra of the Yoga Shakti. As it is a strong mantra it should be used with care.

KRIM is the thunderbolt or vajra that destroys the serpent of the ignorance and releases the light of absolute truth. It represents the force of the atmosphere (Atmic sphere) and carries the supreme life force.

Repeat this seed mantra to invoke her considerable power to help burn away negative ego.

OM KLIM KALIKAYEI NAMAHA
To attract the energy of Kali to you: KLIM is the seed syllable of desire and this mantra attracts Kali to you.

OM KRIM KALIKAYEI NAMAHA
KRIM is the Seed of Transformation, and it’s more exclusively associated with Kali Ma. This is a much more powerful mantra. Use with care.

 

Monday Night Meditations are open meditation circles that are held most Monday evenings at the Isian Centre of Metaphysics (Parafield Gardens).  As part of our meditation circle we recite mantras, with those relating to Kali Ma being one of the favourites.

Article Sourced from: Resurrecting Kali

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