Tits and Ass in a Mala: Yoga in The Media (reposted article by Maya Devi Georg)

Let us celebrate our minds, our capacity for love, and our strength as women! Because our strength does not lie between our legs, it lies within our hearts.

Parvati, Lakshmi and Saraswati represent the aspects of womanhood: power and strength, beauty and abundance, intelligence and creativity. These goddesses are not depicted in bikinis, nor are they seen as wilting flowers. It is only through their grace that the gods, and this world exists. These are our attributes. These are our strengths. These are the qualities we should celebrate within ourselves and our sisters.

Let us celebrate our minds, our capacity for love, and our strength as women! Because our strength does not lie between our legs, it lies within our hearts.

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Another thought-provoking piece by Maya Devi Georg. Read more at  Yoganonymous.

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    1. MAya has written a new article called Tits and Ass in a Mala Revisited: Queen of the Cage

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