Mama Quilla in Inca mythology and religion, was the third power and goddess of the moon. She was the sister and wife of Inti, daughter of Viracocha and mother of Manco Cápac and Mama Uqllu (Mama Ocllo), mythical founders of the Inca empire and culture. She was the goddess of marriage and the menstrual cycle, and considered a defender of women. She was also important for the Inca calendar.
“So I say, if you are burning, burn. If you can stand it, the shame will burn away and leave you shining, radiant, and righteously shameless” ― Elizabeth Cunningham
EQUINOX March 20th 2014: Significance, Meaning and Energy~
ART: JIM HARTER As we approach the Equinox, this symbolic day of equal day and night, we are once again reminded of the delicate need for balance. As we integrate the light and shadow aspects within ourselves and others and find the dance between them, we fine tune and harmonize our polarities. This energy of integration exists in all of nature and reflects to us the give and pull, and the larger harmony inherent in the apparent chaos. What ultimately free us and helps us regain our…
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Solar Plexus Chakra: the Fire Within | Lavender Luz
Welcome to the yellow chapter of my Chakra series. In case you’re new here, this is the fourth of eight parts. Here are links to The Rainbow Within Chakra Series to get you up to speed: 1st: Root chakra 2nd: Sacral chakra 3rd: Solar plexus chakra 4th: Heart chakra 5th: Throat chakra 6th: Third-eye chakra … Continue reading Solar Plexus Chakra: the Fire Within →