It will take a true Yogini to Save Mother Earth, for women and the Earth alike are sources of energy, vitality, and sustenance, providing physical and spiritual well-being.
They can work either alone or through their Yogi; it is her grace and forthright that will help save the world.
There has been many great Yoginis in all culture of the World. Like St. Clare in Christianity, and Hazrat Babajan (c. 1806 - September 18, 1931) was a Baloch Muslim saint, and many more can be mentioned.
Traditional India Tantra is the redeeming feature to save Mother Earth
Tantric scholars have written about the human Yogini as an independent, outspoken, forthright woman with a gracefulness of spirit. She is the feminine counterpart of the great Yoga and carries similar insights, faculties and energies but with a special beauty, grace and delight.
Besides great Yogis, there is a tradition of great Yoginis, either along with yogis or on their own. For example, Mahavatar Babaji, the great immortal guru of Kriya Yoga is said to have such a Yogini counterpart.
Tantric texts honor both women and the Earth alike as sources of energy, vitality, and sustenance, providing physical and spiritual well-being. The Divine Mother holds the key to all lasting regeneration in this ecological age of strife and turbulence. Reconnecting with the sacred feminine energy of the universe allows us to restore the Divine balance within ourselves celebrating the Devi power, mystery and magic of transformation through which all life breathes and evolves. In our surrender, we can together save Mother Earth.
In Hindu thought, the Yogini represents the Yoga Shakti herself, the Kundalini or serpent power, which she embodies The Yogini is also the foremost of the resident powers or female Deities of the different chakras (called Dakinis) through which the chakras are energized. The yogini possesses the inner power of Yoga and can awaken it in others, not only generally but at any point or place in the body or mind where she directs her attention..
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