Dance For Kali
A woman assumes the god form of Kali. She does this to manifest the Goddesses’ personality within herself so that she may be empowered by her.
To channel and amplify this she dances before the yantra of Kali, the goddesses’ signature which is used like a talisman in the Western Magical Tradition. The skulls represent epochs of time both past and to come.
Kali is a Hindu mother goddess, symbol of time, dissolution and destruction. She destroys ignorance, maintains the world order, and blesses and frees those who strive for the knowledge of eternity.
It is Kali who liberates the soul from the temporary physical body. She demonstrates that like the physical sun our inner selves rise and set assuming different bodies across the aeons of time. She is a door.
Dance for Kali an original oil on canvas fine art painting 48 inches by 48 inches, 2012. Price on request.