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Awakening The Divine Feminine Book by Sujata Nandy

Awakening The Divine Feminine Book by Sujata Nandy

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Awakening The Divine Feminine book by Sujata Nandy


This sacred book highlights ancient wisdom, tradition and practices that were intrinsically the craft of women, to kings (a term that was used to describe the person ruling a kingdom and not one that was gender bias), who were women of a bygone era, to healing techniques to the very rotation of the Earth as the feminine energy, it is a must-have book that will compel its readers to delve deep within themselves to awaken the sacred feminine within.


“Without honouring the Divine Feminine in our lives, we feel imperfect and perpetually discontented, pursuing pathways that are damaging to the planet and toxic to the ones we love. However, cultivating only the Divine Feminine can leave us imbalanced and incomplete, which can eventually lead us into pandemonium resulting in self-sabotage, emotionally volatile paths that leave us victimised to any emotional impulse we have and open to any hostile whim of others. Hence, we need to balance the Masculine and the Feminine within us.” –  Sujata Nandy, Author & Founder of Yogalife Magazine.


Awakening The Divine Feminine by Sujata Nandy is a 390-page Journal that unleashes your potential to living your authentic life. One of its kind, this book will help you rise to claim your birthright.


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Book Specifications:

  • Pages – 360
  • Size – 30cm x 30cm (Coffee Table Book)
  • Weight – 2.2kgs
  • Full color throughout 


*Limited copies printed.



Shakti – Awakening The Divine Feminine


Every parcel of existence on planet Earth is a figment of vibration, energy, and dynamism. In that figment of energy, Shakti, the divine feminine force is in a perpetual state of movement – ecstatically dancing to manifest this brilliant existence that is bequest to all of life.


We live, eat and exist at Her will – manifesting Herself as our spontaneous love affair with the choices and the journeys we make lifetime after lifetime. We create, destroy and recreate at Her whim that pulsates the very symbiotic reaction which propels the consequences of our actions.


Shakti is the primordial cosmic energy that epitomizes the dynamic forces that are believed to move through the entire universe in Hinduism. Shakti symbolizes the active feminine energy of Shiva and is recognized as Mahadevior AdiShakti. Present in both men and women, in Taoism, Shakti is known as chi.


Shakti literally means ‘power,’ or ‘energy,’ and energy, comes in many different forms – heat (thermal), light (radiant), motion (kinetic), electrical, chemical and gravitational to name a few. It is one of the most basic concepts, even by the understandings of Physics but is one of the hardest to define. Energy cannot be created nor destroyed – it is simply a phenomenal force that lends its power for a mother to nurture her children; the plants to provide shade, beauty, food and shelter; the animals to roam free and mankind to prevail in the ever-evolving dimensions of time.


Shakti denotes to the energy of creation at equally macro-cosmic and micro-cosmic scales. Shakti empowers you to pursue development and transformation and to find resolve and realization in everyday life; She is the basis for a conscious life and is the fuel that influences your spiritual growth and the awakening of your consciousness – this is known as the Kundalini.


Shakti is intrinsically the Goddess in motion. As the Goddess, She beckons onto us as the abundant Mother in our time of lacking and the harbinger of change in our time of need. Unconditional in nature, She is duty bound to ensuring that the sun rises and sets to provide us the span and possibility of time, yet, She is timeless – the creator and the very creation of everything that we depend on. Without Shakti, nothing in this universe would happen; She stimulates Shiva, the passive energy in the form of consciousness, to create. The ‘i,’ in Shiva represents Shakti, without which ‘Shva,’ means ‘corpse,’- She puts Shiva into motion.


Ardhanarishvara, (pronounced, ar-dha- na-resh-wara), the Hindu personification of half male and half female, is an iconic representation of this idea, illustrating that the creation, maintenance and destruction of the Universe is dependent on the balance of both forces.


Shakti may be personified as the gentle and benevolent Uma, consort of Shiva, or Kali, the terrifying force destroying evil, or Durga, the warrior who conquers forces that threaten the stability of the Universe.


The Hindu tradition also considers women the vessels of Shakti. This identification with Shakti recognizes women as the vessels of both creative and destructive power – innate in all of us.


No matter the definition of Shakti available in the world today, Shakti is a subject very close to my heart and no matter how many times I had written this piece, it didn’t sum up the true essence of what I wanted to say! Maybe, it’s time to confess – Shakti to me is Maa (Mother), – the Goddess who has brought immense change and abundance into my life. She is the very reason why I embarked on the path of the Goddess, with the aim of spreading Her wisdom ever since my first encounter with Her at age 13.


37 years of being under Her guidance has brought me to many junctures in life and might I add, there were no free tickets or freebies that She threw in my direction for a life of ease. It felt as if I was on ‘tumble-dry mode,’ in a washing machine – spinning, spiralling and evolving moment after moment. Yet, for everything that I have encountered and endured, She always lifted me, spun me around and almost as if on ‘RESET,’ button, got me started all over again. You can say, that I had one heck of ride in this lifetime.


Nonetheless, I live in Her name and am ever so grateful that She is part of my life and the lives of friends and family members, who have experienced Her in a myriad of ways.


In honour of my love for Her, She resides in the ‘mandhir,’ (temple), in the lawn of my home, where much spiritual work takes place and is also the birthplace of the book, “Awakening the Divine Feminine: A Journal to Unleashing Your Sacred Feminine Power.”


It has been a huge honour for me to write this book, which was completed in a year and a half, fully dictated by Her and is now available for all. The book is unique in so many ways with the intention of awakening the suppressed feminine power, which our world is in desperate need of. It beckons to facets in our daily lives that we struggle to give meaning and to provide the answers we require to fulfilling our Soul’s mission of living abundantly, in love and in light…


– Sujata Nandy


3 reviews for Awakening The Divine Feminine Book by Sujata Nandy

  1. Joy Nandy

    As someone who has been privileged to receive the knowledge of the Vedas, I am really impressed with this book, Awakening The Divine Feminine, because it is an ALL-IN-ONE Spiritual book that anyone of any faith can read and benefit from. The unique feature of this book is that it has the three main components that can help beginners on a spiritual journey to understand “what’s it all about”, and to follow some simple steps to achieve one’s higher good and purpose. So it has Jnana Yoga (Knowledge), Bhakti Yoga (Devotional) & Karma Yoga (Selfless service), and it is also a Workbook, which is a leaner’s Sadhana. This is what makes this book absolutely unique, and one that every woman (or man) intending to discover his or her higher spiritual purpose and true Self, MUST possess. Truly, this book is a gift from the heavens. The author has to be celebrated. ***Three thumbs up*** (It’s all about the Thumbs) – Joy Nandy

  2. Penny Singh

    Over the years, I have been reading a wide variety of books from just about every spiritual master that was/is available in our world today! No doubt they all have so much wisdom to impart and there is still so much more for me to learn from many more masters out there. And then, I found this gem… Awakening the Divine Feminine, A Journal to Unleashing Your Sacred Feminine Power by Sujata Nandy and I was totally drawn to the book, as I knew this was what I have been waiting for, for the longest of time. Sujata Nandy, you have captured the human struggle so succinctly and have provided exercises and formats for us to do our own thinking and contemplation for our own inner work. I cannot thank you enough for this gift that I am so humbled and honoured to have. The world must have this book, to see peace and spiritual ascension. This is all the wisdom we need to live consciously and to bring deep meaning to our existence. Thank you Sujata for this new lease of life! – Penny Singh, Arizona, USA

  3. Dr. Malathi Karupiah

    It’s not too long ago I embarked on the journey of spirituality. As the world seems to take a sudden inclination towards spirituality and self-discovery, I like to call it SELF LOVE. I had a desire, wanting to know more about spirituality and the realm that revolves around the questions of who am I and what is my purpose here. Hence I started reading many books from Deepak Chopra, Oprah Winfrey to Robin Sharma, Jay Shetty and many other more. Only a few books that make me overwhelmed and excited all at the same time. THIS IS ONE OF THEM!

    I am so proud of my friend Sujata Nandy who wrote this book “Awakening The Divine Feminine” There is only one word to describe this book, MASTERPIECE! I have just started reading it and I KNOW FOR SURE it’s going to be an epic read for me and to whoever that reads it! From the cover to the texture to the colours and the words, everything is well thought off and well written with so much of wisdom and grace. She has incorporated her talent of drawing together with her wonderful daughter and I cannot seem to put the book down! But that’s Sujata! She puts her 100 % into everything that she does. Once again I’m proud of you Sujata and people should get it to understand what I mean. – Dr. Malathi Karupiah

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