Why is Devi Kaamrupini?
Often called Kaamrupini, Kaam meaning desire and roop meaning form, Shakti finds resonance with this adjective in three ways:
1. She is the manifested reality of our desires:
With Bhoga and Sambhoga only and its complete acceptance opens up the transcendental path of going beyond them. Devi is compassionate to enable our gulps on material grace in the form of possessions, comforts, siddhis and name and fame in this world. The Maya is her trap and also her path to herself. The advanced saadhak learns to see this with clarity as he walks deeper into his sadhana. She watches if he will halt with the desires being gratified or still seeks deeper for her with hunger and longing.
2. She can take any form she desires:
We love the stage shows of colour, form and delight and Divine Mother is compassionate to offer herself in forms we connect to her and by any means remain in her orbit of grace. So she tugs at your heart sometimes as kaali, sometimes as Saraswati and sometimes as Lalita. Her ability to keep you close makes you looming around her and being in her grace.
3. One whose form is desirable is also Kaamrupini
Erotically delicious and aphrodisiacally elite is the forms of Devi like Lalitatriphrasundari. The ambrosia of rasa vigyaan drips from each of her body’s part and takes one to the end spectrum of lust. Beyond that lust , if you can prevail, she will bring you complete sexual and spiritual freedom. So keep hanging on in the lust for life until you are extracted.
Kaamarupini Namo Namo!
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