Worshipping the Yoni

"A Sadhaka wishing to worship a Yoni, which is the form of the cosmos🌌,

should cause an erection and insert it into that thing which is Shakti Herself🍯...

Kali and Tara are in the Yoni Chakra

and Chinnamasta, in the hair.

Bagalamukhi and Matangi are on the rim of the Yoni.

Mahalakshmi, Shodashi and Bhuvaneshvari are within the Yoni.

By worshipping the Yoni one certainly worships Shakti."

-Yoni Tantra



No sentient being arrives on Earth except through the gate of the yoni, (which is the symbol of Bharani nakshatra, & ruled by the God of death and dharma, Yama). The average man then spends his life in pursuit of the "little deaths" (orgasms) of the sacrifice of his life-force back within it. The function of the Yoni is inherently vampiric, and this is described in detail in Hindu Tantra. The Yoni drinks the most concentrated form of blood and bodily tissue, semen, which is an end product of all of the other 6 bodily tissues that are refined by the male body and then distilled into this quintessence. The Yoni has the power to cause men to discharge their most precious commodity, which is their Yang energy, for difficult to understand reasons based around pleasure. This relates to why it is Yama who takes away the soul of a person who is on the verge of death. The Yoni grabs hold of the vital air in a man's heart (just as occurs during the time of his death) and causes him to ejaculate. This places him under the power of Kali (time) and Bhairavi (decay), and eventually he is drained of his bodily vigor altogether and thus death (yoni) pulls him into a womb and he is born again. It is generally understood that the Dhuni or fire pit of the spiritual practitioner is a Yoni, and the ghee is analogous to semen which is offered into it. The lifeforce of men is offered into the yoni of women. Women are the consumers of the sacrifice-- analogous to fire-- and men are the sacrifice consumed by the fire, and this is generally understood by those who are familiar with the spiritual aspect of sexuality. However we find that around and within the yoni dwell all forms of the Goddess— wrathful and gentle, creative and reductive.


Matangi and Bagalamukhi rule the rim of the Yoni and their function is often the most cruel towards men & relates to the aspect of women that controls or enslaves those who are not able to penetrate the yoni, denying and restricting access to the more sweet nourishing aspects that dwell within. In certain temples, one can see drawings of virgin male figures who have been captured by attendants of a Goddess being led in rituals of human sacrifice, and this can be contemplated in the increasingly popular musings about the unpalatable and hard to swallow elements of female sexuality, written about by rising communities such as incels, who note scientific research that indicates the notion that most women are more than willing to drain a man of his lifeforce and energy, yet still leave him quickly for another (relating to hypergamy). Some men have even theorized that women have unconsciously “domesticated” men through modern society so thoroughly that they are kept as a kind of cattle. For the virile man, however, it is only his weaknesses that “dies” at the yoni gate with these Goddesses who shape and strengthen him, and when he enters the warmth inside, the fierce forms have become the juicy & nourishing Goddesses Mahalakshmi, Shodashi, and Bhuvaneshwari, who seek to take his sacred energy & multiply and amplify it into new forms. They embody elements of the reward and fruit that follows the challenges he has overcome, and burning catabolism he has endured to annihilate his impurities. Despite more light being shed on it recently, throughout time it has been common that the majority of men are overcome by women, and only few in society attain their adoration and true respect.


These contemplations regarding the yoni & yama let us understand that a man who can “conquer” the external woman and gain total control over his internal feminine counterpart (The anima) goes beyond death, through transcending time and decay, as these are illusions, just as women and Maya themselves are explained to be in scripture. Another term for the yoni is "bhaga", meaning wealth and prosperity, and the yoni in its outwardly vampiric and catabolic form, transforms later into the holder of sacred virile energy & giver of these blessings for the worthy. Whenever one does penance, it is the cosmic force of the yoni that ensures that you get back what you give in a new and radiant form. This is why there really is no in-between & the Goddess flickers into different manifestations as an automatic response to the man; a man is either an offering to the Goddess or an accomplished practitioner of Veer Sadhana. He is virile and pleases women around him, or is naturally conquered & destroyed by them. To the worthy man, the abundant Goddesses ooze and flow with joy as he approaches the Yoni, and welcomes him in. To the unworthy, the testing Goddesses tighten and restrict and scorn him as he approaches. The Shakti power of Bharani nakshatra is to remove impurity, and essentially only those who are impure are subject to the yoni's negative influence. The most pure-minded men are often exclusively devoted to worshiping the Yoni, and this is described in detail in the Yoni tantra itself. Yama is the God of Dharma, which is the cosmic order, and in truth any and all fruits from a spiritual discipline are dispensed by him. The Law of Dharma is that the energy we expend in worship, we receive back from what we worship. This is one reason why the Yoni Tantra states that: "All worship is pointless without worship of the Yoni... What use are meditations, reciting mantras, giving gifts or Kaula nectars? O Durga, without yoni worship, all are fruitless."

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