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  1. Coming Home to Ma - Kavitha MD
    May 14, 2017 @ 10:36 am

    […] From the eye of this hurricane arose a clear, calm voice that said quite simply, “Take up Sri Vidya Sadhana.” Curious to explore what the voice was referring to, I got initiated into Sri Vidya and […]

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  2. Goddess and the Guru: A Review - Kavitha MD
    June 3, 2017 @ 3:16 am

    […] journey it is! As soon as we start reading, we are transported into the extraordinary world of Sri Vidya Sadhana, the ancient, somewhat secret practice centered around Shakti. The foreword by Sri Chaitanyananda […]

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  3. Anita
    March 23, 2018 @ 11:02 pm

    What a beautiful piece! I just discovered your website yesterday and I love it! Growing up in India, I used to be fascinated watching my grandma do elaborate daily pooja to Devi and the bond she had with Her. Today I am trying to follow her footsteps and surrender to Her. I haven’t been fortunate enough to be initiated into Sri Vidya worship like you, but I do a japa and chant the Devi Mahatmyam during Navaratri and also when I feel low and down in the dumps. I find myself getting discouraged from the path of sadhana; wish I could overcome the I sense that you have described.
    Thank you for the wonderful articles; you are so blessed to be able to do this so well!

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    • Kavitha
      March 26, 2018 @ 10:48 pm

      Hi Anita,
      Thank you so much for the kind words. Looks like you are already well on your way into deep sadhana. When the time is right, deeksha in the form that is most suitable for you will arrive, there’s no question about it! It’s also very natural to go through phases of discouragement in sadhana. Doubt is natural and is actually the fuel for sadhana. It creates the friction that’s needed to come back to the path again and again. And again. 🙂
      Wish you so much love. <3

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