The words Ma Jaya uses often have meanings to her that far exceed normal American usage. One such word is ‘Ganga.’ In “The Mother Ganga,” by Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati, India’s sacred Ganges River is one obvious meaning. The central pond on Ma Jaya’s Kashi ashram that holds the ashes of many of Ma’s chelas, is called ‘The Ganga.” In Ma’s Kali Natha Yoga, the Ganga refers to the flow of kundalini up the spine. Ma Jaya wrote a long poem called “The River” which speaks of the Ganga as the river of life and death. Then, of course, there is the Hindu deity called Ganga who is held within the matted locks of Lord Shiva’s hair as he controls the flow of her sacred waters. In “The Mother Ganga” all of these aspects of the word ‘Ganga’ are touched upon by Ma Jaya. The beautiful color illustrations add to book’s value. There are color photographs of Kashi Ashram’s Ganga pond and photos of the Ganges River in India. Ma Jaya is pictured by and in water. Some say all water that the Guru touches with Guru’s foot is the sacred Ganga and when you look at the expressions on Ma Jaya’s face when she is in or near the water you can see why. Then there are copies of Ma Jaya’s art from the Mother Ganga Series, the River Ganga series, and different Hindu deities. This compilation of Ma Jaya’s teachings contains meditations, breath exercises, poetry, mystical insights, stories, and so much more. The Mother Ganga” is a wonderful gift to give to yourself and others. –
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