The Sarvayonee of Light…!

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The Introduction

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The most spiritual-seekers seem to be confusing the human male sex organ -lenga [penis/phallus] and human female sex organ-yonee [vagina] with the jyoteerlenga [lenga of light] and the sarvajoteeryonee [yonee of light] by saying that the lenga in shevaalayas represent the male sex organ...! But, it is not so...!

The Explanation

1. The Shevapuranna says that it is ‘the lenga [sookshma] shareera' [body] that comes and goes, not the aatma [supreme soul of light].

2. The shevapuraana talks of 12 jyoteerlengas and not the 12 shevalengas!

3. In shevaalayas, the lenga [representing the jyoteerlenga] is seen projecting/springing from the base on the tortoise [the spiritual force that sustains the sookshhma shareera], the tortoise in turn is placed upon the sarvayonee...!

4. ‘Sarva' means ‘supreme' and ‘yonee' means the ‘source'.

5. In our physical world, a male and a female partner are generally needed to copulate to help the female partner conceive and give birth to the child. but, on the top spiritual plane, this sarvayonee of supreme light [consciousness] does not need any male partner to give birth to the child [called the creation/universe/world]. This sarvayonee is in a state of ever-existence and self-existent. It indeed is self-existent...!

6. Even lord Sheva/Mahaadeva/Shankara and goddess Shevaa/Mhaddaevee/Umaa/Parvatee have sprung from this sarvayonee...!

7. This sarvayonee is represented by the divine mother Jagadambaa/Bhagawatee...that is why, the worship of the mother Jagadambaa or Bhagawatee is considered so sacred in the Indian culture and in the Sanaatana Dharma...!

8. This divine light manifests itself in the divine femininity. That is the Vedic culture/texts have said that full respect must be given to the females of our human species...!

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