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Worship in Tantra is one of the major principles of Tantrism
. God is Mother to the worshipper who worships her Lotus Feet as this would produce better result. In the tradition of Tantra women are known as Mother Lakshmi of the household. She is considered as the supreme authority of the house. Without Siva there is no Sakti vice versa. They are inseparable and it is through this unity harmony can be achieved on Earth.
Mother Maha Tripura sundari is the Goddess to be worshiped, the absolute, the all pervading, beyond speech, mind, time and space. True Tantric is the worship in the mind by using Yantra and Mantra. Form is born out of the Yantra which is awakened by Mantra-Sakti. Each mantra is the epithet of Shakti. The eternal Sakti is the life of mantra.
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