Insight into Beauty

Look at what you see !

What do you see. What can you see ?

“Insight into the beauty from the very powerful core of who we are. 

The image that glorifies our very intricate Beings. A look into how detailed and grateful we can be living within a healthy and strong body that allows us to empower outward the finest of our enlightenment.

This image is a visual into where or energetic sources flows through our veins with the conscious ability to acknowledge just how divine each and every one of us truly are.

Grateful we can be alive !

Not simply a life but personally a reflection of beautiful, because we see with our eyes wide open!”

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Bella Uni’Verse
Poet With Verve Publications

We are L♥️ve

Freedom

Sharing is Caring

– Jamie Bruja DeLa Luna 🌝

Reflecting

Self Care
Reflection is not something I seek 
to understand within her full measurements.

“Image is a universal description
of personal depiction.”

Dictatorship with intent to speak to one “Self.”
For instance, Looking at Self in
the mirror greeting Self with kind recognition.

We could, choose to do this…
We could even choose to speak out
loud to ourselves, as we look into the mirror.
Checking in with Self.
Eye to eye asking,
Self;
“How are you Being Today?”

Or more often than not, do we instead, choose to check our appearance?
Which then has lead us to self discrimination with a quick belittling insult claiming,
Ugh, “Having a bad hair day!”
something we're all guilty of.

Disconnected and unaware of most of our personal insults, even as silly as a bad hair day claim may seem, this is personally damaging and Self abuse.

Reflection comes from the deepest depths within us, deeper than the flesh. Reaching down into the roots of all energetic pathways.
“From the Crown, all the way down through the SOULS OF OUR FEET.”

Reflection comes from the cavities
of our past.
The {History}
Our own personal “Hi’Story” 🙋🏽‍♀️
Our lives unearthed, revealed, released, uncaptured, set free.

The image is not always reflection.
And reflection is almost never an Image.
In order to find reflection,
we have to begin with, finding
time, taking notice of our
beautiful details,
and basking in the fountain of our beautiful existence.

Proudly embracing our perfect imperfections. {Something we refer to as flaws}
Consciously investing attention into the privilege of having the ability to, visually capture an in-depth look.
To see.
To view admirably, the many layers
of beauty in the mirror, reflecting.

Greeting ourselves when we wake in the morning. Then again before sleeping each night, allowing Self, time to meet reflection in the mirror, saying Self;
“I care for you enough to understand how to love you.”

Self,
I'm proud of you.
You are brave.
Hugging ourselves with pleasure and gratitude to be able.
Smiling upon ourselves, granting ourselves a restful nights sleep.

All of these beautiful elements
grant us a reflection, we are
allowed to meet again, over and
over everyday.

Never would we schedule a meeting with any other Being, before we have met with, and greeted ourselves FIRST !

-
I was sitting in my hotel room,
thinking about “Being.”
Being Human, and what that means;
To Be Human?
Then I thought, I can’t just,
“Be Human.”
Grow to harness authentic reflection {in the mirror}
Seeing Self.
Asking; “How Am I Being?”
Seeking “TRUTH”,
Mantras Every morning at 6am.
Again in the afternoon 1:11pm.
Upon the closing of the day, into the sleepiness of night,
“I” will check in with “Myself”
by out loud asking;
𝒱𝒶𝓃𝒾𝓈𝒽𝒶, How are you Being?

“UnI has nothing to do with me and you, but everything to do with Us”

Consciousness

“How are you Being today my friends?”

“Being Consciousness

Continuum – Continually Conscious

Thus continuing the challenge of continually “Being” Conscious

The Powerful, Everlasting, Goddess Kali 🩸

Kali, the true Kali, will continue to defy all attempts to tame and domesticate her, as she has since the beginning of time.

Completing Goddess Kali Pt.3

The Thuggee are said to have had their female equivalent in a sect of Tantrists who held that it was through constant indulgence in gluttony of the senses and the five recognised vices 
– drinking of wine, eating of meat and fish, performance of “mystical gesticulations” and sexual indulgence - that a human could achieve purification of the soul and all-embracing union with Kali. It is difficult to discover any concrete information about this group of women – their name, the extent to which they practiced in India, whether they were associated with the Thuggee cult, and whether they died out or continue to exist within the many Tantric sects extant today.
Their ethos has similarities to that of the male Aghori monks of Varanasi who inhabit cemeteries and sometimes eat human flesh as part of their rituals, use marijuana and alcohol, and meditate on top of corpses to help them reach a state of heightened awareness and bring themselves closer to Shiva, Kali’s consort.
Here Kali is shown in her post 17th century, rehabilitated form: beautiful of face and body, blue skinned rather than black, her right foot forward to indicate the correct spiritual path, with her right hands displaying the gestures of fearlessness and blessing and her left holding the sword and severed head. lIllustration from Myths of the Hindus & Buddhists, 1914. Author Surendra Nath Khar.
In part because of her dread characteristics and habit of acting unpredictably, at least to those who tried to control her, devotion came late in the game to Kali 
– even devout Hindus were wary of her wrath. However in the seventeenth century Kali received a makeover from the Tantric Bengali poets in northwest India. No longer a terrifying red-eyed crone, she began to be depicted as voluptuous, motherly, young and beautiful, with a gentle smile, attractive ornaments and pleasing blue complexion. While she continued to brandish weaponry and severed heads, two of her right hands now made soothing gestures - the mudras of fearlessness and blessing.

Today, her image reflects her duality. Kali is depicted in the act of killing but smiles engagingly. Her protruding red tongue signals both modesty (a Bengali tradition) and her thirst for blood. Her dishevelled hair hints at unrestrained blood lust and alternatively the metaphysical mystery of death that encircles life. Her three eyes represent omniscience, her voluptuous breasts both sexual lust and nurturance. Her nakedness simultaneously represents carnality and purity. Her necklace of severed heads and girdle of severed arms signifies her killing rage but are also tantric metaphors for creative power and severance from the bonds of karma and accumulated deeds. Even her stance is imbued with dual meaning. The respectable, right handed path of Tantra (Dakshinamarga) is emphasised by her right foot forward stance, while the infamous left-handed path (Vamamarga) followed by “degenerate” Tantric practitioners such as the Aghori is down-played. While her right hands are generally associated with positive gestures, her left hands hold weaponry – depending on the number of arms she is portrayed as having, a bloodied sword or trident, a freshly severed head and a skull cup to catch the blood. However, even these are symbols of greater purpose. The sword symbolises higher knowledge, the head the human ego that must be severed in order to exit from the cycle of life and rebirth.

In the 20th and 21st centuries, many western feminist scholars have adopted Kali as a mascot of female empowerment, or have politicised her as a symbol of the supposed former matriarchal golden age that came before our present state of patriarchal control and decline. New Age Tantric practitioners adapt her obvious sexual manifestations as a therapeutic tool, while Hollywood employs her as a convenient symbol of malevolence.

But Kali, the true Kali, will continue to defy all attempts to tame and domesticate her, as she has since the beginning of time.
Kali can be depicted in various aspects, both as a terrible force for violence and retribution, and as a loving protective chaste figure. Photo credit: Kashgar
Kali's mantra:

Oṃ jayantī mangala kālī bhadrakālī kapālinī.
Durgā ksamā śivā dhātrī svāhā svadhā namō'stu‍tē

What separates you’whoo …..👑from the masses ?

𝐖𝐞𝐥𝐜𝗼𝗺𝐞 𝐭𝗼; ಠ_ಠ
ᒪᗴᗩKᗴᗪ ᒪᗩTᗴ ᑎIᘜᕼT, ᑕOᑎᗪᑌIT ᑎᗴᗯᔕ;
𝑫𝒊𝒓𝒆𝒄𝒕𝒍𝒚 𝒔𝒉𝒂𝒓𝒆𝒅 𝒕𝒉𝒓𝒐𝒖𝒈𝒉 𝐵𝑒𝑙𝑙𝑎 𝑈𝑛𝑖’𝑉𝑒𝑟𝑠𝑒 :

Class be Seated – When I call on you, speaking loudly; Respond with, Consciously Present 🙋‍♀️ 🙋‍♂️
Uni :
We have put up the capital.INVESTED the PRINCIPLE.Imagine LIVNG off of the fruits of INTEREST, to experience enlightenment.The REPAID increase of interest from the,BOLD investment of ATTENTION “PAID” {not payed}
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Ingredients into a 5🌟 Day

We are born into this world chosen to make a choice. Right, wrong, yes, no, do, don’t, will, won’t, can, can’t, etc. What ingredients to use for a 5 🌟 {𝒮𝓉𝒶𝓇} life is ultimately up to us.

ConsciousAttention • Strength • Honor

I BELIEVE

I Believe in forever.
I Believe that the spirit is the love heart.
I Believe that the spirit is the “souls” (source) heartbeat.
I Believe in high-spirited humans.
I Believe in the truth of meeting your souls counterpart in a whirlwind of spiritual dance.

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