Yoni Puja is worship par excellence. By omitting it, every other puja is rendered useless. For this present Yuga the part of Sakthi’s body worshiped is the Yoni. Thus, Devi is worshiped only with regards to her Yoni. For more than 6,000 years, this oldest Tantra path was hidden and lost. This path even out-dates knowledge of the Shiva Lingam, which is the main icon, Shaivism.
Yoni is a Sanskrit word for female genitals—the vulva, vagina, and uterus or womb. In the modern language it is most well known, however, as the female sex organ. In India, is often linked with lingam, the male phallus embedded in its throne (pīṭha) or yoni, and worshipped especially in conjunction with the Lord Shiva.
The yoni represents power and it is a fertility symbol and can be seen throughout Indian culture. The two representations, they are often joined as Tantric symbols for the divine intercourse between Sakthi and Shiva: the yoni standing for śakti, energetic power, and the lingam for consciousness or transcendence.
While Sakthi has the vital, active role, Śiva has the cool, passive role, and their interplay is that of all dualities—life and death, creation and destruction, movement and quiescence. In Tantric practice, adepts move among these dualities, raising consciousness from the material to the transcendent, a plane beyond all opposition.
Divinity of the Yoni
The Divinity of the Yoni was suppressed because it was expressing the strength and power of the FEMALE RACE, and that all of us depend on her power. Most people like to believe that only the Divine Mother has the power; sorry it is not so. the earthly Goddess has the same potential.
The worship of the yoni is the worship of the Goddess, as well as the worship of women as living embodiment of the Goddess . In the scriptures it is stated that women are born in the image of the Mother of Creation, as such they are indeed worthy of being worshiped.
The Yoni is sub-divided into 10 parts in Yoni-Tantra, and each part being connected with different aspects of Devi
1. Yoni mula is Devi 2. Yoni is Naganandini. Yoni chakra is Kali and Tara, 5. Yoni kuntala is Chinnamasta. 6. Yoni samipatas is Bagala and Matangi 7. Yoni garta ( throne or high seat of the Yoni) is Mahalaksmi , Sodasi and Bhuvanesvari
In Yoni Tantra the Yoni is described as a triangular form of Mahamaya or Prakrit as the origin of the world, and the three corners of the Yoni are Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesvara.
Mother Yamuna (river) flows on the right, mother Sarasvati flows in the left and on the top Mother Ganga flows. In the center is the abode of Kamakhya who is identified with Mother Kundalini and Prakriti in the form of menstrual fluid.
Yoni Worship Sadhana are known not only in India and Japan, but also in Europe, the ancient Near East, Africa, and Oceania.
ABUSE OF THE YONI IS TO ABUSE THE GODDESSES AND THE TRINITY.
SHAVING OF THE PUBIC HAIR IS REMOVING THE PROTECTION THAT GODDESS CHINNAMASTA OFFERS TO THE GATEWAY TOYONI MULA.
During our Circles we have the Divine Feminine as the Yoni Woman because the Yoni gives off healing and protective energies.
YONI WORSHIP EVENTS
The worship of the yoni is the worship of the Goddess, as well as the worship of women as living embodiment of the Goddess,, as such all women deserve to be worshiped.
Yoni Worship are known not only in India and Japan, but also in Europe, the ancient Near East, Africa, and Oceania. when the coupling involves menstrual fluid. Drinking the mixture is thought to lead to liberation.
This program is offered both in Malaysia and India, The facility in Seremban Malaysia is more conducive
It is a 12 days program when one will undergo intensive chakra cleansing and and balancing plus awakening of the Yoni energy.
Dates can be arranged suited to available dates.