The Ecstasy Of The Feminine Divine

Mar 8, 2021 | God, Kingdom, love


Divine union is found within the heart of creation waiting to be discovered and realized by us.

There is no intoxication as powerful or euphoric as the ecstasy the Feminine Divine embodies. This most blessed phenomenon has a name “Madan-akya-maha-bhava”, which basically means that She is the sole Owner of this treasured substance known as ecstasy. Her bliss is unsurpassed and this bliss, known as rasa, is the nectar of the Gods – literally. The Feminine Divine is the shakti (Divine Energy) in the heart all of creation. Therefore, as we enter into Her mysteries, we shall learn the ways of worship, loving kindness, acceptance, purity, virtue, and goodness. She teaches us the ways of devotion (bhakti), which is something we shall come to understand and experience with our feelings.

Divine love within the Eternal Reality, is communicated subtly due to the penetrating innocence of its sum and substance. Reaching for the Kingdom of God with one’s consciousness through practices of devotion and meditation blesses us with incomparable mercy. Such a fortunate soul becomes drenched in holy bliss and the joyous rapture received in the crucible of one’s pure heart just keeps on increasing. There is no end to the happiness we shall feel upon coming face to face with Divinity. Yet so too, there is no end to the longing we feel in our separation from Them.


Divine union is found within the heart of creation waiting to be discovered and realized by us. This is why Jesu sacrificed so much, so that his messages of the Kingdom would stand the test of time:

Search for the Kingdom and it shall be yours.

The Kingdom is nigh.

Seek and ye shall find.

Seek first the Kingdom and all things unto you shall be given.

The Kingdom of God is within you.

None can enter the Kingdom lest they be born of water & spirit.

My Kingdom is not of this world, it is from another place.

It will not come because you are watching for it. No one will announce, “Look, here it is,” or “Look, there it is.” The Kingdom is spread out before you, but you do not see it.

The Kingdom is inside you and outside of you. 

When you know yourself, you will be known, and you will understand that you are the child of the living Father and Mother. But if you do not know yourself, then you dwell in poverty and you are that poverty.

There are five trees in Paradise which do not change during summer or winter, and their leaves do not fall. Whoever comes to know them will not taste death.

When you make the two into one, and when you make the inside like the outside and the outside like the inside and the above like the below, then you shall enter the Kingdom.

If you do not abstain from the world, you will not find the Kingdom.

Whoever among you becomes little (humble) shall know the Kingdom.

Blessed are the solitary ones, for they shall find the Kingdom.

Many stand before the door, but it is the solitary ones who will enter the wedding hall.

Look for the treasure which does not perish, which stays where no moth can reach to eat it, and no worm destroys it.

That person who is near to me is near the fire, while the person who is far from me, is far from the Kingdom.

When we become free from selfish-want, eternal love presents itself before us. It fills us with delight. The Kingdom of God is full of profound bliss. Those who have come to earth from the Eternal Reality clearly explain that all interactions of that realm are profoundly sweet. From that central point of pure love, all that exists is inside of us aching to be discovered. We are born of one eternal moment, in perfection. The Kingdom of God (and when I speak of God, I also speak of the Feminine Divine) is our destiny, that is our true reality – this is not. The Kingdom is not a conspiracy theory. This fleshly world is described in scripture as a perverted reflection of Paradise.


Krishna Rose

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