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durgasiva

Bio: I was named Maria in this life. Born in a Spaniard body in a catholic family, soon I found many flaws and inconsistencies in the religion I was brought up. Crying out for an experience of God, more than blind dogmas that I had to believe, I was blessed enough by Lord Shiva who gave me a personal mystic experience that radically changed my life for the good. This, together with having found in this life Sanathan Dharma, has taken out from inside of me the Durga Devi I more identify myself with, as the compassionate Mother who fights adharma and as the other half of Lord Shiva. May I be worthy enough of using Her Sacred name. Obviously, I am not a scholar, neither I have a command in English. But I want to give my humble two cents in the defence of Dharma and I would be happy if Hindus got back their lost pride in the most scientific and sacred worldview that it is still alive: Hinduism. ------ Acerca de mí. Me llamaron María en esta vida. Nacida en un cuerpo español en una familia católica, pronto empecé a encontrarle muchas fallas e inconsistencias a la religión en la que fui educada. Anhelando una experiencia de Dios, más que ciegos dogmas que tenía que creer, fui tan bendecida por el Señor Shiva como para darme una experiencia mística que cambió mi vida radicalmente para bien. Esto, junto con haber encontrado en esta vida el Sanathan Dharma, ha sacado de mi a la Diosa Durga con la que más me identifico, como la Madre Compasiva que combate el adharma y como la otra mitad del Señor Shiva. Ójala sea lo suficientemente merecedora de usar Su Sagrado nombre. Obviamente, no soy una erudita, ni tampoco domino el inglés. Pero quiero contribuir humildemente a la defensa del Dharma y sería feliz si los hindúes recuperaran su orgullo perdido en lo que es la visión del mundo más científica aún viva: el hinduismo.

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