Aditi Devi

The Kali Practices
Yogini Lineages


What is sacred embodiment? 


What is it to enliven the inner worlds of our bodies 

and relate to the deities? 


What is devotion?


How do we live as the Love offering that we truly are?


And what does this have to do with the Indic landscape, 
groups of fierce Tantric Goddesses, 
and a menstruating Goddess



These questions, and living into the answers, 

through the embodied practices of fierce desire in a Shakta Tantric lineage, 

are the heart of Aditi Devi's offerings. 

  

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om krim kalyai namah!

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Thus says the 

Shaktisangama Tantra (II.52)


 Woman is the foundation of the world;

The universe is her form.

Woman is the foundation of the world;

She is the true form of the body.

Whatever form she takes,

Whether the form of a man or a woman,

Is the superior form.

In woman is the form of all things,

Of all that lives and moves in the world.

There is no jewel rarer than a woman,

No condition superior to that of a woman.

There is not, nor has been, nor will be

Any destiny to equal that of a woman.

There is no kingdom, no wealth,

To be compared with a woman.

There is no prayer to equal a woman.

There is not, nor has been, nor will be

Any yoga to compare with a woman,

No mystical formula nor asceticism

To match a woman.

There are not, nor have been, nor will be

Any riches more valuable than woman.