Yogini MagicThe Sorcery, Enchantment and Witchcraft of the Divine Feminine
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What are the Yoginis? Some say they are witch-like Tantrik goddesses that reign over magic, sorcery, enchantments and yoga. Are they human? Supernatural? Divine? Their protean quality is certainly in keeping with their powers of shape-shifting, enchantment and illusion.
For the sincere practitioner, they can provide great boons of wealth and pleasure... But it will not go well for the fool—the Yoginis will tear off his head and drink his blood. Yogini Magic teaches you how to approach the Yoginis and work with them...to your benefit.
Peters opens the door of the heart to give us the elements to perceive the immense wisdom of the Yoginis. This beautiful book is a spiritual journey into the intricate and powerful world of the Yoginis. A reference book, a spiritual guide.
In Yogini Magic you will find a new world opening to you—the world of the Yoginis, the independent horde of female divinities worshipped, feared and honoured in the Tantric traditions of South Asia. Gregory has successfully tackled the difficult task of providing modern Western practitioners with a variety of avenues to understand and approach Yoginis, whilst retaining the spirit of the Tantric traditions out of which the magic of the Yoginis unfolded.
Gregory Peters’ Yogini Magic is suffused with the intense perfume and descriptions of the omnipresent shaktis in trees, in flowers, in incenses, in women and in the world, everywhere, that waken us up to wonderful possibilities. The book contains many practical methods for us humans to see the world as it is. The descriptions of the Yoginis fill my mind with unending bliss.
Gregory is a Tantric brother and accomplished author, and I am honored to recommend his delicious new book. No book strikes my heart about these demi-goddesses like this book. I cannot recommend it enough.
A very practical and personal view into the world of sacred feminine energies. It is plainly written for all to know how to interact with the often-wild nature of the spirits. Be good to them and they'll be good to you.
Distilling his experience of working with the Yoginis, this practical account has much to offer. Across seventeen well-structured chapters, the reader progresses through sound introductory material to learning to work with the Yoginis. I enjoyed reading this book very much, and learned a good deal along the way. Highly recommended.