Monday, October 7, 2013

You are Goddess

I just love this quote from Osho! Every woman is a Goddess whether she believes herself to be or not. No two women are alike. We are all different and unique in our own beautiful way. Many of you have still to tap into the amazing Divine potential within. Yes you have divine potential. You are like the budding rose waiting to blossom or the lotus waiting to flower into a thousand petals. Like a flower that has yet to open you have many layers to yourself that are hidden. Part of your divine mission in life is to open yourself completely to all that life has in store for you. Stop doubting yourself, and surrender.

It does not matter how old you are, it is never too late to discover your true nature. The key to discovery is learning to love yourself first, without validation from another human being. No one need validate what already exists within you. You are Goddess!

Look at yourself in the mirror every single day, several times a day, and repeat, “I am Goddess! I am love!” I chant a sanskrit mantra every single day ‘aham prema’ I am Divine Love! Say it, believe it!

Jai Maa,


  1. <3 You are a goddess my friend......I can't wait to meet you <3

  2. Did you notice her back is the back until her waist...and then it is the front of her...and her kneee caps? Thats a deep picture. The pics you post can be seen and translated so many ways.

  3. I use to go to Osho group here, because of my college teacher, that is how I found about him. I greatly love Sri Anandamayi Ma, beside Ramakrishna. I had very good teachers in the first two years of college.

  4. Great outlook written here. I for one, have learned that I must let go and submit to the fact that life is far more complex then we know. Becoming more of a humble individual I think makes for a great characteristic trait. A mind that is willing to learn is far more likely to evolve. Great Post.



  5. Advanced Merry Christmas & Happy New Year greetings and also Thanks and Smiles:) for ur support till now Dear Blogger Buddy God<3U:)

  6. Hi Ms Teasley,

    I am an Indian trying to connect with people who blog on anything relating to India, particularly religio-spiritual matters.In another blog post of yours you keep mentioning "mind/ego". I am sorry, but I was under that impression too. Equating mind with ego is, now, I believe a fallacy. Another blogger I follow describes ego as something that comes in between the body and mind. I find that a more appropriate description.


  7. There is a wonderful YouTube video featuring some Divine music for Durga and some pictures of Anandamayi Maa that I think You'll just LOVE:

    Check it out -- enjoy!!!