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    Lalitha

    Namaste. I have two questions about bhakti
    Is it possible worship Lalitha tripura sundari without initiation?
    Can you suggest me a mantra?
    Thank you

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    Re: Lalitha

    Dear friend ,
    you can worship Lalitha by all means . She is a form of universal motherhood . There is no need for initiation . Lalitha sahasraparayana is the best . It is equally efficacious in giving the result .

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    Re: Lalitha

    Thank you for the advice,i'll try to recite it.
    I looked into the sampradaya and seems difficult to obtain a teachings from guru or acharya,mahavidyas,sri chakra etc....

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    Re: Lalitha

    Yes. You can using stotras like Lalitha Pancharatna,Lalita Ashottara ,trisati and sahasra nmavali(not sotras which require initiation into srividya). This is according to purva bhagas of all these stotras.

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    Re: Lalitha

    Sri Lalita Sahasranama Stotram With Meaning & Lyrics


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwZFoTrES78

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    Re: Lalitha

    Namaste, this is a link, and a few short excerpts, of Sri Ganapati Sachidananda Swamiji talking about this prayer.

    'Lalita Sahasranama is a unique composition of 1000 names of the Divine Mother. It is the sacred scripture (shastra) which teaches the essence of the Supreme Mother, Her complete form, Her divine plays (leelas), Her greatness, Her power (shakti), Her mantras, the various methods and procedures of yoga, the essence of devotion, many valuable facts about Advaita (non-dualism) and much more.'


    'Three words assume greatest significance in the worship of the Divine mother. They are – Srimata, Srichakra and Srividya. It is essential to maintain this order, Srimata-Srichakra-Srividya or reverse order only. Through the knowledge of Srividya, using the medium of Srichakra, a vision (darshan) of Srimata (the Supreme Divine Mother) is achieved.'


    'Three words assume greatest significance in the worship of the Divine mother. They are – Srimata, Srichakra and Srividya. It is essential to maintain this order, Srimata-Srichakra-Srividya or reverse order only. Through the knowledge of Srividya, using the medium of Srichakra, a vision (darshan) of Srimata (the Supreme Divine Mother) is achieved.'

    'It is purely an internal worship without the necessity of any external materials and is comparable to Yoga.
    Chaitanya is the supreme light or knowledge that glows secretly and naturally within the being. This divine light (chaitanya) is visible to different people in different forms based on their tastes. Some see it as Ganesha, some others as Subrahmanya or Shiva or Devi and the like.'

    https://www.dattavani.org/chaturmasy.../introduction/



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