I love this Divine Feminine Goddess! In spite of all she has been through in her existence, she understands that all the challenges and lessons she has undergone have been for her spiritual growth. And she chooses only to become more love.
This Goddess know that it is her choice to keep rising from the ashes each time she undergoes a spiritual challenge. She is the Phoenix, triumphant in her never-ending quest for her soul’s growth. The knowledge she gains each time she successfully achieves mastery over a life-lesson provides her with more wisdom of her divine sovereignty. She knows that everything is conspiring to transform her into only more love and light.
Excerpts from the Divine Feminine Oracle Guidebook, by Megan Watterson:
“Akhilanda is an elusive goddess from Hindu mythology. Her full name is Akhilandaeshvari. Ishvari in Sanskrit means “female power” or “goddess”, and akhilanda means “never not broken”, so she is the goddess of never not broken, because she always is.
Her power is unparalleled. She radiates the potent light and joy that’s the goal of change, transformation, or pain. There is very little written about her; she is meant to be known through experience. She is an intimate, interior goddess that we meet when we are in the darkest moments of grief and heartbreak.
Akhilanda reminds us: Vulnerability is our greatest strength. If we are always broken, we can never break. She models how to thrive in the midst of change; she uses pain to joyfully and purposefully transform. She knows that being broken isn’t a failure, or something we should avoid; it’s actually the whole point.
We are here to let our ideas of ourselves go up in flames, so that beneath the ashes, the soft core of who we truly are arises. And so that we remember that it’s not the heart that breaks; it’s the ego. The heart only ever expands.”
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