Maha Kali Seichim
What is Maha Kali Seichim?
What is Seichim?
Seichim and Hinduism
Margot “Deepa” Slater . . . Shares Her Story
An Introduction to Maha Kali
Who Is Kali?
All About Kali
Various Forms of Kali
The Transcendent Power of Time
The 100 Names of Kali
Writings on Kali, Mantras & Meditation
The Dance of Time (by Sri Chinmoy)
The Four Powers of the Mother (by Sri Aurobindo)
Two Poems on the Mother (by Ramprasad Sen)
The Mantras of Maha Kali
Maha Kali Heart Exercise
Maha Kali Yantras
What Is a Yantra?
Maha Kali Yantra
Kali (Mahavidya) Yantra
Kali Yantra Meditation
The Process of Using Maha Kali Seichim
Symbols to Use with the Maha Kali Healing Energy
- KRIM 42
- HUM 43
- Synergy Reiki Method of Maha Kali Empowerment
- Vedic Reiju Empowerment Method
- A Simple Maha Kali Sadhana Practice 48
The Mahavidya Sadhana of Kali
All About Kali
Kali is one of the most well-known and worshiped Hindu Goddesses. The name Kali is derived from the Hindu word that means “time”; it also means “black.” In Hinduism, Kali is a manifestation of the Divine Mother, which represents the female principle. Frequently, those not comprehending her many roles in life call Kali the goddess of destruction. She destroys only to recreate, and what she destroys is sin, ignorance, and decay. She is equated with the eternal night, is the transcendent power of time, and is the consort of the god Shiva. It is believed that it is Shiva who destroys the world, and Kali is the power or energy with which Shiva acts. Therefore, Kali is Shiva’s shakti, without which Shiva could not act. Kali receives her name because she devours kala (Time) and then resumes her own dark formlessness. This transformative effect can be metaphorically illustrated in the West as a black hole in space.
Kali as such is pure and primary reality (the “enfolded order” in modern physics); formless void yet full of potential.