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From the Archives: Swami Radha on the Divine Feminine.

July 30, 2007 by Lightwaves

18.swradhapicSwami Radha’s empowering and inspiring talk on the Divine Feminine.

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  1. The clip presented here was forceful and conveyed a sense of urgency. Thank you for selecting it. However, I was wondering whether there are more parts to this clip. Did Swami Radha elaborate more on the “roadmap to develop” the “intensity of focus”?

    Comment by Rita — July 31, 2007 @ 11:25 am

  2. I too was wondering if there was a guided meditation/reflection exercise that went with this talk. To be able to access such a precious tool via my laptop would be wonderful. Never-the-less I am grateful for the insights that I received as I replayed the video several times and observed what it brought up in me.
    Hari Om

    Comment by Jessica — August 1, 2007 @ 7:48 am

  3. Swami Radha mentioned that whatever you learn and whatever you want to be, you have to get there but the means to get there is not easy. I want to know more about the ways to get over the intenseness of mind and emotionless to resist. Can you mention it in the next issue of Lightwaves?

    Comment by Angel Lam — August 3, 2007 @ 7:38 am

  4. This video reminded me of an intention to create a new Divine Mother image (I created one a year and a half ago) to represent my current relationship with Her. Swami Radha emphasizes the importance of an intimate and personal relationship with the Divine which I sometimes forget means finding how I relate to Her… as opposed to how others do. The challenge of deepening my relationship with the Divine through enjoying Her – “may all pleasures be as dedicating my entire self unto thee” (Divine Mother Prayer) is a relationship I look forward to with delight.

    Comment by Jessica Earle-Meadows — August 10, 2007 @ 7:44 am

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