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Welcome

According to Yogic tradition, at the very base of your spine lies a serpent, Kundalini. She stays asleep for most if not all of your life; but on rare occasions, she is jolted awake. 

When she wakes up, she is seized by a powerful longing for Shiva, the God of destruction, dance, meditation, and ganja (seems like a cool dude, I can see why she's into him.) She quickly travels up the spine and through the seven chakras (or energy centers) in your body, headed toward re-unification.

In this series, I have re-imagined each chakra as Goddesses from various mythologies.

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Welcome

Allow me to tell you a little story. According to Yogic tradition, at the very base of your spine lies a serpent, Kundalini. She stays asleep for most if not all of your life; but on rare occasions, she is jolted awake. 

When she wakes up, she is seized by a powerful longing for Shiva, the God of destruction, dance, meditation, and ganja (seems like a cool dude, I can see why she's into him.) She quickly travels up the spine and through the seven chakras (or energy centers) in your body, headed toward re-unification.

In this series, I have re-imagined each chakra as Goddesses from various mythologies.