Mother of the Universe: Visions of the Goddess and Tantric Hymns of Enlightenment

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Quest Books, Jun 1, 1994 - Religion - 237 pages
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Those who love poetry will appreciate the wildly metaphysical, allegorical, and yet intensely honest and personal songs of the eighteenth-century poet and saint Ramprasad. These songs vividly present the mystery of the Feminine Divine, an intimate experience of the Mother, and a vast play of energy sustained by the Goddess Kali.
 

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Contents

Tantric Hymns of Enlightenment
31
The total madness of her love
37
Even the deepest darkness of this world is simply her light
43
Beat the great drum of fearlessness
49
Please bring my poems with you
56
have received the clear order that Death must die
69
Turn around and rectify your basic error
82
My entire being shining with your name
95
How courageous I must be
119
Her nature as pure reality can never be described
132
Kalis wisdom thunder rumbles
145
Are you a Goddess made of stone?
154
Please cherish no hope for this poet
168
Give up your hopeless dispute with Kali
181
dare disclose her secret?
194
Dancing with Mother Kali by Cassia Berman
212

Everyone is babbling about what happens after death
105

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