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Akhilandeshvari - Goddess of Female Power, The Always Broken Goddess, Always Opening and Recreating Herself - She Rides on the Back of A Crocodile, Warrior Style, Ye Haw !!

Akhilandeshvari - Goddess of Female Power, The Always Broken Goddess, Always Opening and Recreating Herself - She Rides on the Back of A Crocodile, Warrior Style, Ye Haw !!

article - Sivana Blog

article - Sivana Blog

“The Always Broken Goddess” is someone we can all learn something from.

“The Always Broken Goddess” is someone we can all learn something from.

The Goddess Who Is Always Broken

The Goddess Who Is Always Broken

AKILANDESHVARI is pronounced as ‘Akilan – Anda –Esvari’ meaning ‘Universe – Ruler – Goddess’. But the word ‘Akhilanda’ essentially means “never not broken.” This purports that Goddess Akhilandesvari is the Goddess of ‘Never Not Broken’. In other words She is the ‘the always broken Goddess. This is a double negative and it would appear that even in Her name the Goddess is broken down. She is the Goddess for times of disarray. Her vahana, the crocodile is symbolic of the fear that resides in…

AKILANDESHVARI is pronounced as ‘Akilan – Anda –Esvari’ meaning ‘Universe – Ruler – Goddess’. But the word ‘Akhilanda’ essentially means “never not broken.” This purports that Goddess Akhilandesvari is the Goddess of ‘Never Not Broken’. In other words She is the ‘the always broken Goddess. This is a double negative and it would appear that even in Her name the Goddess is broken down. She is the Goddess for times of disarray. Her vahana, the crocodile is symbolic of the fear that resides in…

Goddess never not broken.Goddess AKILANDESHVARI --’ meaning ‘Universe – Ruler – Goddess’. But the word ‘Akhilanda’ essentially means “never not broken.” This purports that Goddess Akhilandesvari is the Goddess of ‘Never Not Broken’. In other words She is the ‘the always broken Goddess. This is a double negative and it would appear that even in Her name the Goddess is broken down. She is the Goddess for times of disarray.

Goddess never not broken.Goddess AKILANDESHVARI --’ meaning ‘Universe – Ruler – Goddess’. But the word ‘Akhilanda’ essentially means “never not broken.” This purports that Goddess Akhilandesvari is the Goddess of ‘Never Not Broken’. In other words She is the ‘the always broken Goddess. This is a double negative and it would appear that even in Her name the Goddess is broken down. She is the Goddess for times of disarray.

Goddess AKILANDESHVARI --’ meaning ‘Universe – Ruler – Goddess’. But the word ‘Akhilanda’ essentially means “never not broken.” This purports that Goddess Akhilandesvari is the Goddess of ‘Never Not Broken’. In other words She is the ‘the always broken Goddess. This is a double negative and it would appear that even in Her name the Goddess is broken down. She is the Goddess for times of disarray.

Goddess AKILANDESHVARI --’ meaning ‘Universe – Ruler – Goddess’. But the word ‘Akhilanda’ essentially means “never not broken.” This purports that Goddess Akhilandesvari is the Goddess of ‘Never Not Broken’. In other words She is the ‘the always broken Goddess. This is a double negative and it would appear that even in Her name the Goddess is broken down. She is the Goddess for times of disarray.

“Ishvari” in Sanskrit means “goddess” or “female power,” and the “Akhilanda” means essentially “never not broken.” In other words, The Always Broken Goddess. .

“Ishvari” in Sanskrit means “goddess” or “female power,” and the “Akhilanda” means essentially “never not broken.” In other words, The Always Broken Goddess. .

Unfortunately, single parent homes due to parental abandonment has become widespread in todays society. When children ask about a parents broken promises, do you have the words? Do you know what it is that you can say to comfort the child at a level where they can or wil understand? According to some members of the therapy communities, "Always Remember, You are Loved: A Child's Curiosity About the Absentee Parent" is a great resource. It inspires and encourages children when they need it…

Unfortunately, single parent homes due to parental abandonment has become widespread in todays society. When children ask about a parents broken promises, do you have the words? Do you know what it is that you can say to comfort the child at a level where they can or wil understand? According to some members of the therapy communities, "Always Remember, You are Loved: A Child's Curiosity About the Absentee Parent" is a great resource. It inspires and encourages children when they need it…

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