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nl - Yoni Puja
Such is the merit of this ritual that those who make it their sole mode of worship are excused from any
other ritual obligation.
Yoni - Puja - a sacred ritual in which the yoni is worshipped in Her living form as a sanctified natural
object with the help of a woman., venerated as a Goddess; a ritual that goes back thousands years.

There are basic subdivisions of what is called the Yoni Puja. There are inner and outer pujas, and each of
these can occur in either an ordinary or a secret form. Apart from this, again, the Yoni Puja is subdivided
into three categories, each of which can be indicated by one of the following terms: adoration, magic, and
meditation; with the latter being the most secret one.

Inner, in this context, refers to the fact that the practice is being done inside ones head, using
visualization, rather than visibly in the outer, material world.
In an ordinary outer Yoni-puja, performed with a sculpture of the (Skt., Goddess) or with a woman
(Skt., ) as her living representative, five liquids are poured over the Yoni. In literature, such libations
are often simply interpreted as an offering to the divine, but the actual practice of a Yoni Puja shows that
there is more involved than that. The five liquids, representing the five elements of Indian cosmology, are
poured consecutively over the Yoni, and are collected in a vessel below the thighs. The final mixture,
resulting from the five libations and empowered by such direct and intimate contact with the (living)
Goddess, is then consumed by those present at the ritual. This means that once these substances have been
offered to Her, She, having purified and energized them, returns the offering as a gift (Skt., ) to her
worshippers. In this system of associations, the element Earth is represented by yogurt, the element Water
by actual water, Fire by honey, Air by milk; and Ether is represented by one or another type of edible oil.
The energies imparted to the (Skt., divine gift) depends on how well and by who the object has
been consecrated and sanctified.
In a Yoni Puja performed with a living woman, indicated by the terms shrii puja and rahasya puja, the
merits of the practice depend on the type of woman who takes part.
Of all shrii pujas, the most simple worship is that of a young girl of 16; known as Kumari Puja.
The powers transferred from her Yoni to those who worship are most strong and most suited to raise the
consciousness of those who take part in this ceremony, to those who eat or drink the mixture of liquids
that have been purified and empowered by contact with her naked yoni, her flame of intelligence.

She will first be consecrated by a priest - the girls perfection, i.e. her nubility and beauty is at the center
of worship as a yogini.
There is nothing here that could possibly be classified as 'sexual' or 'obscene'. What these people do, and
what has been and is being done by millions of people.
The Yoni Puja - to the source and seat of life, to the gateway that connects the inner womb of gestation
with the outer reality of human life.
The yogini is an initiated woman specifically trained not be become sexually aroused by all the attention
to her body, and especially her Yoni; in these Tantric practices the sexual energies are awakened on
purpose. Here, the Yoni is not only adored and worshipped, but also stimulated and excited, sometimes
even penetrated.
The worship of women, of the Goddess and the Yoni, has survived - at least in India - from its roots in
palaeolithic times up to the 20th century.
The divine Yoni is brilliant as tens of millions of suns and cool as tens of millions of moons. Above the
yoni is a small and subtle flame whose form is intelligence. Shiva Samhita, 15th cent.

www,tantric-goddess.org - Yoni, which literally means vagina, is more than just a sexual reproductive
organ in Tantric teachings. Tantra recognizes the importance of the feminine, in all it rituals, as a living
Goddess. By worshiping the Yoni or Vagina worship, is to worship the ten Mahavidyas.
The Ten Mahavidyas, these are listed in the third patala of Yoni Tantra as Kali, Tara, Shodashi,
Chinnamasta, Bagalamukhi, Matangi, Bhuvanesvari, Mahalaksmi and associated with the different parts
of the yoni.
Devi is at the base of the yoni and Naganandini is in the yoni. Kali and Tara are in the yoni chakra and
Chinnamasta in the hair. Bagalamukhi and Matangi are on the rim of the yoni. Mahalaksmi, Shodashi and
Bhuvanesvari are within the yoni. By worshipping the yoni one certainly worships Sakti.
Candali, Lady of Hosts, the foremost one, is the center of the yoni.
A person should not worship the yoni if he does not have the Sakti mantra.
Liberation is achieved through enjoyment. Happiness is gained through enjoyment. Therefore, by every
effort, a sadhaka should become an enjoyer. The wise man should always avoid blame, disgust or shame
of the yoni. Unless the yoni is worshipped using the Kulachara method, even one hundred thousand
sadhanas are useless.

If one should lick the elixir at the edge of the yoni, evil in ones body or dwelling place is certainly
destroyed. What point is there to bathing in the Ganges or in other tirthas? Dearest, in this matter relating
to a powerful sadhaka always worshipping the vagina, what use is there of many words?
Worship a nubile yoni in a highly ecstatic way.
Whosoever in this Kali Yuga recites the mantra in a supremely devoted way specifically to the yoni, the
core of the universe, is within reach of liberation.