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10 thoughts on “Awakening Shakti

  1. Laryssa Wirstiuk Laryssa Wirstiuk says:

    I've been very slowly savoring this book for about five months mostly because I didn't want to get to the end I learned SO much about Hindu goddesses and the author presents the information in an accessible and compelling way Each chapter which follows the same format is centered around a specific goddess and includes meditations to help the reader manifest the goddess and her energy Even if you don't particularly believe in Hinduism or goddesses a person could benefit from reading this book by exploring personality archetypes Each person embodies a combination of Hindu goddess archetypes and it can be helpful when you want to enhance or diminish certain aspects of your personality I received so much food for thought from this book and now have a lot that I want to explore on my own I didn't do all the meditations on the first read but I can now refer to ones that I want to do Very well written and organized I highly recommend


  2. Jennifer Louden Jennifer Louden says:

    If you have any interest in using your imagination to access the sacred feminine and to explore and develop your feminine power for men and women I highly recommend this wise book It will feed your heart and expand your idea of Shakti and maybe even give you a little transmission of one or of the goddesses Sally is scholar as well as a mystic and I appreciate the depth of this work


  3. Corrie Ventura Corrie Ventura says:

    Love this book I adore the language I discovered in this book that allowed me to explore the essence of these Goddesses and how the energy flows through me others and life I became engulfed in the sustained flow of the divine feminine weaving through the pages So lovely I read this book as part of a Yoga Teacher Training Program so I read it on the teachers time table not my own This is definitely one of those books I want to savor and will probably read again and again taking as much time as I want


  4. Farhana Baki Farhana Baki says:

    I participated in a book club with this book which was my first ever book club This book was perfect because I am currently studying different pantheons and it allowed me to discuss the content with others This book offers a fantastic overview of the goddesses of the Hindu religion allows great meditations on the goddesses and offers a feminine empowerment that I have not found in other books I like that there are pictures because it adds to visualizing the goddesses One of the discussions regarding Lakshimi with the group really astounded me and immediately extinguished my jealousy side I was able to recognize that there is so much beauty in the world and there is enough to share instead of hoarding it This opened up compassion for others When it comes to this kind of book I feel you are drawn to it It is a good one


  5. Azri Azri says:

    I couldn't get past the first few chapters I want to try again some day but I fear I just can't get into it As someone else here mentioned spirituality is a deeply personal thing Living in India and having deep understanding of Hinduism in every day practice and life this book seems really fake to meIt felt to me as if the author took elements from a religion she did not understand or perhaps barely understood to teach others how to live by her hodgepodge spirituality My spirituality is hodgepodge too but I'm not writing and selling itI see that there are so many positive experiences here so I know that her book has helped many people find a light inside


  6. Sally Sally says:

    It feels weird to mark this book as complete when I'm actually going to dive into each chaptergoddess once and make it an extended practice to meditate with invoke explore each goddess Perhaps after that I'll have a thorough review for now I'll say I absolutely adore this book It's beautifully written and easy for me to connect with perhaps because it has come into my life at the exact right time I'm in love with it


  7. Helen Lehndorf Helen Lehndorf says:

    A great beginner's exploration of the main Hindu goddesses and how their archetypal ualities can inspire and inform our contemporary experiences of womanhood You don't have to be into yoga to find inspiration in this book This book is a great 'dipper' I enjoyed reading it start to finish and I know I will dip back in when I need a bit of creative inspiration from Saraswati or courage from Kali It has exercises at the end of each chapter which are great for contemplation or journaling


  8. Sophie Sophie says:

    Phenomenally written like all of Kempton's writing Perfect for any woman looking to grow her spirituality regardless of denomination Practical meditation exercises included


  9. Gin Saya Gin Saya says:

    One of my favorite books ever The feminine energies of the world are so fascinating Even thinking about them just a tiny bit and tapping into them at all can be profound Definitely recommend


  10. Rachel Messenger Rachel Messenger says:

    I loved the thorough descriptions of the goddesses and the plethora of meditations and writing exercises The only thing I really didn’t like was how much she focused on the breast size of the goddesses and how beautiful they arearen’t and even listed some examples of women in real life that fit both molds That feels incredibly superficial to me and threw me off a little bit each time—I would hope a spiritual book would focus less on exterior genetic outcomes and societal standards It doesn’t come up much but was noticeable enough for me to comment on Love the book and am very glad for the order and progression of goddess types otherwise


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Awakening Shakti ➽ Awakening Shakti Download ➺ Author Sally Kempton – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk How do you live a life of spiritual awakening as well as outer abundance inner freedom as well as deep intimacy How do you serve the world selflessly yet passionately celebrate your lifeThe sages of T How do you live a life of spiritual awakening as well as outer abundance inner freedom as well as deep intimacy How do you serve the world selflessly yet passionately celebrate your lifeThe sages of Tantra have known for centuries that when you follow the path of Shakti the sacred feminine principle personified by the goddesses of yoga these gifts can manifest spontaneously Yet most of us women as well as men have yet to experience the full potential of our inner feminine energies When you know these powers for what they are they heighten your capacity to open spiritually love deeply and fearlessly create with greater mastery and move through the world with skill and delight In Awakening Shakti you will learn how to recognize and inviteKali bringer of strength fierce love and untamed freedomLakshmi who confers prosperity and beautySaraswati for clarity of communication and intuitionRadha who carries the divine energy of spiritual longingBhuvaneshvari who creates the space for sacred transformationParvati to awaken creativity and the capacity to loveWith a wealth of meditations visualizations mantras teachings and beautifully told stories Awakening Shakti provides a practical guide for activating the currents of the divine feminine in every aspect of your life.

10 thoughts on “Awakening Shakti

  1. Laryssa Wirstiuk Laryssa Wirstiuk says:

    I've been very slowly savoring this book for about five months mostly because I didn't want to get to the end I learned SO much about Hindu goddesses and the author presents the information in an accessible and compelling way Each chapter which follows the same format is centered around a specific goddess and includes meditations to help the reader manifest the goddess and her energy Even if you don't particularly believe in Hinduism or goddesses a person could benefit from reading this book by exploring personality archetypes Each person embodies a combination of Hindu goddess archetypes and it can be helpful when you want to enhance or diminish certain aspects of your personality I received so much food for thought from this book and now have a lot that I want to explore on my own I didn't do all the meditations on the first read but I can now refer to ones that I want to do Very well written and organized I highly recommend

  2. Jennifer Louden Jennifer Louden says:

    If you have any interest in using your imagination to access the sacred feminine and to explore and develop your feminine power for men and women I highly recommend this wise book It will feed your heart and expand your idea of Shakti and maybe even give you a little transmission of one or of the goddesses Sally is scholar as well as a mystic and I appreciate the depth of this work

  3. Corrie Ventura Corrie Ventura says:

    Love this book I adore the language I discovered in this book that allowed me to explore the essence of these Goddesses and how the energy flows through me others and life I became engulfed in the sustained flow of the divine feminine weaving through the pages So lovely I read this book as part of a Yoga Teacher Training Program so I read it on the teachers time table not my own This is definitely one of those books I want to savor and will probably read again and again taking as much time as I want

  4. Farhana Baki Farhana Baki says:

    I participated in a book club with this book which was my first ever book club This book was perfect because I am currently studying different pantheons and it allowed me to discuss the content with others This book offers a fantastic overview of the goddesses of the Hindu religion allows great meditations on the goddesses and offers a feminine empowerment that I have not found in other books I like that there are pictures because it adds to visualizing the goddesses One of the discussions regarding Lakshimi with the group really astounded me and immediately extinguished my jealousy side I was able to recognize that there is so much beauty in the world and there is enough to share instead of hoarding it This opened up compassion for others When it comes to this kind of book I feel you are drawn to it It is a good one

  5. Azri Azri says:

    I couldn't get past the first few chapters I want to try again some day but I fear I just can't get into it As someone else here mentioned spirituality is a deeply personal thing Living in India and having deep understanding of Hinduism in every day practice and life this book seems really fake to meIt felt to me as if the author took elements from a religion she did not understand or perhaps barely understood to teach others how to live by her hodgepodge spirituality My spirituality is hodgepodge too but I'm not writing and selling itI see that there are so many positive experiences here so I know that her book has helped many people find a light inside

  6. Sally Sally says:

    It feels weird to mark this book as complete when I'm actually going to dive into each chaptergoddess once and make it an extended practice to meditate with invoke explore each goddess Perhaps after that I'll have a thorough review for now I'll say I absolutely adore this book It's beautifully written and easy for me to connect with perhaps because it has come into my life at the exact right time I'm in love with it

  7. Helen Lehndorf Helen Lehndorf says:

    A great beginner's exploration of the main Hindu goddesses and how their archetypal ualities can inspire and inform our contemporary experiences of womanhood You don't have to be into yoga to find inspiration in this book This book is a great 'dipper' I enjoyed reading it start to finish and I know I will dip back in when I need a bit of creative inspiration from Saraswati or courage from Kali It has exercises at the end of each chapter which are great for contemplation or journaling

  8. Sophie Sophie says:

    Phenomenally written like all of Kempton's writing Perfect for any woman looking to grow her spirituality regardless of denomination Practical meditation exercises included

  9. Gin Saya Gin Saya says:

    One of my favorite books ever The feminine energies of the world are so fascinating Even thinking about them just a tiny bit and tapping into them at all can be profound Definitely recommend

  10. Rachel Messenger Rachel Messenger says:

    I loved the thorough descriptions of the goddesses and the plethora of meditations and writing exercises The only thing I really didn’t like was how much she focused on the breast size of the goddesses and how beautiful they arearen’t and even listed some examples of women in real life that fit both molds That feels incredibly superficial to me and threw me off a little bit each time—I would hope a spiritual book would focus less on exterior genetic outcomes and societal standards It doesn’t come up much but was noticeable enough for me to comment on Love the book and am very glad for the order and progression of goddess types otherwise

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