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That pure's element, which is devoid of prevalence and the base of whose universe is known as Chita (mind) in its masculine form and 'Chiti' in its feminine form. Pure conscious and pure 'Chiti' are the two names of the same element. Which is reflected in the illusions of this world is worshipped, it is called as God, Shiva or Almighty and when the feminine form of the same element is worshipped it is called as Ishwari, Durge or Bhagawati. Shiva-Gauri, Krishna-Radha, Ram-Sita, Vishnu-Mahalaxmi are mutually inseparable. As a matter of fact there is no difference between both of them, the difference lies only in the ignorant minds of the devotees.

Shakti is worshipped for the attainment and accomplishment of great supernatural powers. The main objectives of the Tantra-Shashtra (religious treatise for the attainment of Supernatural powers) are the attainment of these supernatural powers. People having demoniacal inclination worship it in a negative way by the means of meat & wine etc, and as a result achieve demoniacal and negative powers, where as virtuous people worship by the means of pure substances like incense, flowers etc and as a result achieve pure and divine powers.

Though it is true that devotee worship 'Shakti' for the fulfillment of this specific desire but this is not entirely true because there are also many devotees who worship her with 'niskama bhava' (with no desires). Ram Krishna Paramhansa was one such devotee. Such worshipper attains that supreme status which is the destination of the 'Paramhansa' (as tranquil as a swan). The realization of Shakti gives such powers to a devotee that he is not only able to walk on the earth but becomes also capable of moving in the sky. Who eats apparently inferior quality of foods living in his hut, is unmatched even by a king who lives in a palace and eats 'Kheer' in a plate of gold. All enjoyment of this world are only for the powerful people i.e. one who has attained Shakti.

 

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