Mother Kālī

Devi | Divine Mother

Kālī Mā takes away the darkness from every individual who strives in the path of perfection by performing the spiritual disciplines of purifying austerities.

With Kālī's Love we become unattached, free from reaction, the silent witness of the stimulus and response which action and interaction brings.

We cease to react emotionally to the circumstances of life, and rather plan our actions for the optimum efficiency;

so that all the sooner we can complete our necessary contributions to creation according to our karmas, and spend the balance of our time delighting in Universal Consciousness.

Śrī Ramakrishna showed as a path of devotion to Mother Kālī.

Kālī Mā & Ramakrishna Order
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