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Its movement impells the motion of the mind and, with it, the flux of time. Kali is the divine consciousness who, intent on consuming the energies of manifestation that arise out of her own nature, absorbs the vital breath and with it time into her eternal nature (MP p. 7). Thus, far from being the god's pious bashful attendant, she devours him! When we couple this perception o f the goddess with Rämakrsna's vision of the divine mother KäH devouring the children to whom she has just given birth, the reversal o f perspective is virtually complete.
The goddess is surprised by how the god can w orship h im self in this w ay through his ow n blissful pow er represented by the wine. A ccordingly, she w ants to know m ore about this internal rite o f adoration through w hich, as the T antra goes on to explain, the universe is created. T hus B hairava, here called Srinätha - the Lord o f the goddess Sri, that is, K ubjikä - continues: The goddess w a s established w ith devotion in the w orship o f the B eginningless L iturgy (anädikram a). B oth o f them w ere sea ted there and, in the union (m elaka) o f suprem e bliss, the venerable L o rd o f K ula instituted (their) m arriage (pänigrahana).
The ultimate reality in the universe is here understood to be feminine: DevT, the goddess. Moreover, the Devimähätmya appears to be the first Sanskrit text to provide a comprehensive - indeed, well-nigh relentless - articulation of such a vision. From the time o f the Rgveda onwards, of course, various goddesses had figured in the Sanskrit tradition. " (Cobum 1998: 32) Durgä became the Sanskritic representation of many popular, local and regional goddesses throughout India and has served for centuries as the public form of the secret lineage Kaula goddesses of the Newars and of Kaula goddesses throughout India.
Mandukya Upanishad avec les Karikas de Gaudapada et les commentaires de Sankara ; Avant-propos de V. Subrahmanya Iyer ; pref. et annotations du Swani Nikhilananda. by Marcel Sauton