Kameshwari is the friction of the desire emerging on the surface of consciousness, which in its essence is fully satisfied. It is the first inharmonious sound emerging from unison of union between Shiva and Shakti during the New Moon, and the first inharmonious sound descending from the perfect octave of Full Moon. It is like buzzing of a honey-bee, which is looking for nectar. Its very message is: “Something is not full. Something is still to be fulfilled. Something is still to be completed. Some new Love story is yet to be experienced.” Although this very yearning, the very desire itself takes us away from the perfect state of completion and fulfillment, experienced during the New Moon or Full Moon, ultimately, it is also the beginning of our journey towards fulfilling ourselves on yet another level. In immature mind, however, the influence of Goddess Kameshwari can be experienced only on the level of never-ending material desires.
Goddess Kameshwari clarifies our doubts, dispells all confusion and makes us see the truth, so we can make the right decision. With Sun being the planet of Her tithi, She makes visible all that is hidden. She gives form to all that is formless. She brings all secret desires to daylight, in order for us to fulfill them or purify our consciousness out of them. And as our desires define our personality to a very big extent, ultimately She helps us to understand ourselves on a much deeper level and guides us closer and closer to the core of our Soul – if we just allow ourselves to be guided by Her.
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