Kali Yantra.  The symbol of Feminine energy-strength, power and clarity.

Kali yantra painting, Bengal School, century (© The Trustees of the British Museum)

Kālī - feminine form of kālam ("black, dark coloured"). Kāla means "time" and "black", being first creation before light itself. Kalika Purana depicts as "Adi Shakti" (Fundamental Power) "Para Prakriti", beyond nature. Conveys death, destruction, the consuming aspects of reality - a "forbidden thing". Transformation. Distillation of divine wrath into a goddess of salvation, who rids the sadhaka of ignorance & fear. Kali appears as a symbol of triumph over death.

This is a very sacred symbol. I love the Triangle with the lotus leaves. Might be a cool idea for a symbol inside the full moon for my logo.

Kali Yantra

Kali Yantra - Goddesses play an important role in the study and practice of Tantra Yoga, and are affirmed to be as central to discerning the nature of reality as are the male deities.

Kali Yantra is very powerful and is for the worship of Goddess Kali. This Yantra…

The Kali Yantra, designed to bring you into harmony with the dark feminine.

Her primary symbol was a downward-pointing Triangle, the Yoni Yantra, sometimes called Kali Yantra. This represented a Vulva (Sanskrit yoni), and femaleness in general: by extension, a womb, motherhood, female sexuality, the Life Spirit embodied in menstrual blood, or the world-activating power of the Goddess herself.

Her primary symbol was a downward-pointing Triangle, the Yoni Yantra, sometimes called Kali Yantra. This represented a Vulva (Sanskrit yoni), and femaleness in general: by extension, a womb, motherhood, female sexuality, the Life Spirit embodied in menstrual blood, or the world-activating power of the Goddess herself.

Kali Yantra. For thousands of years, yantras have been used in the Tantric tradition as visual metaphors for the body of the divine. As expressions of devotion and contemplation, they are similar to Tibetan mandalas in that meditation upon them is tantamount to returning to the primordial fiat of one’s being. Because yantras are comprised of archetypal geometric forms and shapes, they are believed to offer liberation from bondage.

Yantras from Indian tantric traditions represent specific deities. These designs are super ancient and loaded with symbolism. Each one seem very simple and totally complicated simultaneously. This yantra represents Kali.

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