Kali Hindu Goddess Painting
"She takes away the darkness from every individual who strives in the path of perfection by performing the spiritual disciplines of purifying austerities. Kali means She who is Beyond Time." (Shree Maa)
Kali Hindu Goddess Painting
A few years ago, I was introduced to the Kali Hindu Goddess. A devotee of Kali, had given me the name of a web site that was dedicated to her. When I first saw a picture of her, I was horrified. I did not know what to think. Was she good or evil? The more I looked at her, the more I believed she was evil. She had all the makings of something evil- blood, skulls, chopped heads, etc. To me, they were all signs of a diabolic nature.
As I began to familiarize myself with the Goddess, I realized that my initial reaction was inappropriate. I was guilty of doing the very thing that I detested- judging a person or thing based on its appearance. I began to see her differently. She was no longer the dark and evil creature that I initially saw. Instead, she was the light in the middle of darkness. She was a warrior, fighting evil with full force.
As time continued to move on, the thought of the Goddess began to fade away from my mind. From time to time, I would pass by a statue of the Goddess that I possess, smile and continue walking.
Recently, the Goddess' name began to resurface. Out of nowhere, I felt a strong and powerful urge to paint a picture of Kali. It was as if she was waiting anxiously to come out. Although I had started another painting, I placed it aside and commenced to paint her portrait (see the Kali Spiritual Goddess painting above).
During the painting process, I was instructed to use certain items. One of the items was wire for her hair. At first, I thought the idea was outlandish. However, after completing the process, I was very pleased with the outcome (see the picture below).
Even though I am not a follower of the Kali Hindu Goddess, I am a listener. It was during the painting process that information was revealed to me. It felt, at times, as if I was having a conversation with the woman I was painting. As words and images began to unfold, I began to understand her true nature.
There is more to the Goddess than what is presented in her paintings and statues.
Many individuals across the globe have misconstrued Kali Hindu Goddess. Some see her as a dark devilish creature. She is neither dark nor devilish. On the contrary, she is full of light and goodness. She emits light to all of her followers showing them the path to righteousness and enlightenment,
Some individuals call her Mother Kali. In fact, she is mother to all of her followers. She protects, guides and nurtures all of her children. Moreover, as a good mother, she disciplines those who have gone astray.
Being a follower of the Goddess is not an easy task. It requires honesty, devotion, and willingness to strip oneself of all mundane feelings such as self-centeredness, anger, hate, fear, bigotry, etc. She requires that her children travel deep inside the self, face their demons and yank them out. This could be an arduous and frightening task for some.
Although she can be extremely benevolent, she can also be very disciplinary. Many followers find themselves facing the same life lessons repeatedly. It is her way of letting them know that they have not gotten the lesson right, and more work is needed. What a person believes he or she is doing right, may not be right in her eyes.
There are times when her presence is felt strongly on the planet. It is a time when she is in full force fighting evil. Additionally, it is a time when destruction is needed in order to reconstruct.
Kali’s message is very straightforward- be loyal to yourself and others, destroy all negative behaviors and inner thoughts that are preventing you from reaching enlightenment, and walk in the light.
If you desire her help, just ask her. If you are sincere in your request, she will always be there for you. She will protect and keep you safe from all negative forces.
Always remember never to call her for any evil doings, or selfish motives. If you do, your head may be one of the many she wears around her waist.
May Kali Hindu Goddess watch over you and protect you from all that is evil.
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