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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Goddess Of Space


Aditi is a goddess in the Hindu pantheon, mother to the gods of the heavens. She is sometimes referred to as the womb of space, and in this role can be seen as the female Brahma, creator of all. Personified, she is the goddess of the past and the future, of all space, of fertility, and of consciousness itself.
 
Aditi is also looked upon as the goddess who is unbound by the world, even more so than the other gods and goddesses. She is beyond time and space in many ways, and is unchained by the rules that bind other beings. In this form Aditi is often worshiped by those needing to be liberated from some situation in their life, be it literal bondage or something like an ailment or guilt.



12 comments:

  1. I love that image, and it plus the story really spark my imagination. When the night sky is clear, I will look for her among the stars.

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  2. Wow and wow! I really like this and truly gets my fancy. I particularly like this kind of universal feel art. Excellent. I didn't know about Aditi and seems to be an excellent goddess to know from within.

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  3. You do that, Montucky -- Hope you find her! Thank you! :)

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  4. looks really cool and the poem fits her perfect! again, you did a good job sis! keep up the good work.

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  5. Yesterday here was overcast with snow flurries in the air, but when I stepped outside last night just after midnight I saw that the clouds had lifter and the stars were very bright. After admiring the Milky Way for a moment, the very next thing I did was look for the Goddess.

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  6. And ... did you find her, Montucky? :D

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  7. What would be cool... One of those infinity photos where when you look into the global iris of this photo you see another eye and within it's global iris another eye and on and on...

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  8. That is a cool idea, Preston! :) Thank you!

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