Faces of God

Jesus

Jesus

Born into the lineage of the House of David to transform the Hebrew people into a more balanced Male / Female vibration and to bring equality to all people.

Ganesha

Ganesha

Male aspect of God (Hindu) who removes obstacles when you are on a higher path of accomplishment or places obstacles in your path when you are headed for disaster. Ganesha is loving and gentle and is loved by all who come to know him. Several years ago in temples around the world, Ganesha statues amazingly consumed milk offered to them by people of all religions in a miracle of love and unity. These events were covered by CNN news and other media around the world.

Krishna

Krishna

Male aspect of God (Hindu) who came to the planet, specifically to India, to remind people of the Male / Female duality of God in the Universe and to bring dignity to women and those less fortunate in Indian society.

Pele

Pele

Pele is considered by many to simply be the Fire Goddess of Mount Kilauea. She is known by the true Hawaiian people and those who work with her to be Divine Mother in the Creative / Destructive Fire principle of kundalini energy and protection. She is known and loved throughout the Pacific.

Lakshmi

Lakshmi

Female aspect of God (Hindu) who brings prosperity: Body, Mind, Soul, and Lifestyle by helping you understand how the God-Force flows in all things.

Shiva

Shiva

Shiva is the third persona in the male Trinity created by Kali and represents destruction, which is, of course, the opportunity of rebirth.

Ava

Avalokiteswara / Kwan Yin

(Quan Yin)

A being who has achieved enlightenment through the guidance of Buddha. Kwan Yin is usually represented as a female, although her true nature of complete balance transcends a definition of Male/Female.

Kwanyin

She manifests compassion throughout the entire world. Although Avalokiteswara and Kwan Yin are considered by many to be the same being, others who have meditated with them considered them to be separate personalities.

Buddha

Buddha

Buddha is the Male aspect of God known as the Enlightened One. (Jesus, as the Christ spirit, is known as the Anointed One.). Buddha came to the planet, specifically to India, to break the caste system of Hinduism and bring equality, patience and kindness to all people through discipline and truth.

Durga

Durga / Kali

Durga is the second aspect of the Kali Trinity. Kali in Hindu spirituality is considered the first divine mother who manifested three aspects of herself as Creator, Preserver, and Destroyer. Her multiple arms represent her ability to manage the many responsibilities of life: Body, Mind, and Soul.

Sarasvati

Sarasvati

Female aspect of God (Hindu) known for expression. She helps bring subconscious thoughts to the conscious mind and helps you express them in a clear and loving way.

Tara

Tara

Although today she is mainly thought to be Buddhist, her origins date back to the early Celts and pre-Jehovah Hebrews. She is an extremely ancient aspect of God, like Kali. In her aspect of Green Tara she represents Healing. When she appears as White Tara she manifests love and compassion for all forms of life.

Brigid

Brigid / Brigit

Brigid is a female aspect of God from early Celtic history with a Triple Goddess energy: Creator, Preserver, Destroyer. Although she has the three aspects, she has retained them as one persona. Brigid is beloved because she represents spirituality integrated in everyday life. Christianity declared her a saint since she is such a powerful force.

Mother Mary

Mother Mary

Mother Mary is most commonly known as Mother of Jesus, but, in her time, she was also known as a Priestess in the Temple of Jerusalem and widely respected in her community as a woman of spiritual accomplishment. Mary is often associated with the number thirteen because it is on the thirteenth of any given month that she appears publicly around the world.

Archangel Michael

Archangel Michael

Lotus

Lotus

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2 comments on “Faces of God

  • It is true that God is often depicted with a spsuoe in our traditional stories. However, on a deeper philosophical level, the Supreme Being and the Gods are neither male nor female and are therefore not married.Through history Hindus have depicted God as Ardhanarishvara, which literally means “half-female Lord”—Siva as male on the right and female on the left. This vision of the Divine as our Mother-Father God supersedes the popular, mythological notion of marriage of a God and Goddess, declaring that God and His energy are one. +6

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