What is Shakti?

Adi-ShaktiSimply put, clomid buy online australia benefits of homework help cialis wochenende full thesis utm go here afraid of flying essay crucible mass hysteria essay bob dylan discographie critique essay coq10 crestor essay about myself for mba essay on the development of christian doctrine summary comprare cialis online con paypal https://www.thehasse.org/does/buydilantinonline/45/ graduate admission essays donald asher pdf viagra de los mapuches essay about my future plans scholarships essay questions sample follow site https://dnaconnexions.com/last/cialis-5mg-preisvergleich-apotheken/25/ argumentative text examples essay questions uk art is long and life fleeting essay examples citing an unpublished dissertation apa style https://robsonranchviews.com/article/case-study-anxiety/4/ original viagra viagra kaufen format of term paper outline get link tamoxifen and medical marijuana https://heystamford.com/writing/essay-writing-service-discount-code/8/ photography presentation geography gcse coursework methodology go to link Shakti is the female principle, the divine feminine. She’s the universal source of your abundance, your creativity and your sensuality which feeds your sexuality. She is Gaia, the Great Mother. She is love, wisdom, beauty and joy. In her darker, more terrible forms Durga and Kali, she is the destroyer of ego and arrogance and the deliverer of divine wrath.

She is the kundalini life force that enlivens you, moves you, is your passion, your inspiration and your creative impulse. She is your ability to connect and share yourself with others.

Shakti is energy, she is divine feminine essence—an essential part of how you feel and express yourself as a woman. The experience and expression of Shakti’s energy is unique within each woman. When you work consciously and in harmony with this energy, you come to understand your unique expression of her.


This is an ode to the Divine Feminine. My dance is an interpretation of its prose and how the Divine Feminine flows through me.


Shakti—also referred to as “the Great Mother”—means “empowerment” or “power.” A good relationship with Shakti can lead a woman to feel unafraid, self-aware, sensual, confident, capable, flowing, passionate, inspired and purposeful.

Shakti energy is stored, activated and generated in the second chakra: the lower back, hips, pelvis and womb.

Tapping into that energy and exploring its unique experience through movement and meditation enables a woman to feel more connected to herself. By journeying inwards and feeling that deeper connection to Shakti, she feels empowered and present in her body and more alive.

Please join us either online or in person at our Shakti Groovin’ sessions locally. Come add your Shakti experience with ours and get into the groove.


“The Divine Feminine is this unseen dimension of soul to which we are connected through our instincts, our feelings, and the longing imagination of our heart.” ~ Andrew Harvey and Anne Baring 








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Rim Zahra, Ph.D. is the founder of Shakti Groovin' Women. Rim (pron. Hreem) is a Sacred Embodiment Educator who is passionate about helping women feel empowered and connected to their bodies, minds and souls. Rim is also certified in alternative healing modalities. including Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release and Visceral Manipulation.

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