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Who are Durga Devi and Ambe Maa?

Goddess Ambika, also known as Durga Maa and Ambe Maa, is one of the Goddesses, who is worshipped and accepted by many religions in India. In West Bengal, Amba Mata is known as Durga Maa. She is also known as Amba Maa, Bahuchara Maa, Kalika Maa, Bhadrakali Maa, Maa Bhavani and many more names.

Goddess Ambika represents the power of sahaj prakruti !

Goddess Ambika is adhya shakti i.e. the original energy force. She has the divine power to destroy your worldly obstacles and grant energy to your worldly self (prakruti), thus helping it become natural.

Goddess Ambika enables your prakruti to become natural and spontaneous (sahaj). When your personality remains and behaves in a natural state, then it is referred to as sahaj prakruti. 

How do we please Ambe Maa?

Ambe Maa gets pleased when she sees us trying our best to abide by her rules!

Do you know that the enlightened Ones (Gnanis) always abide by every rule of all the celestial Gods and Goddesses (Dev and Devis)?

Gnanis never break or violate any of their rules, and He gives them their due respect, by consulting with them before taking any important steps. That is the reason the three Goddesses i.e. Goddess Ambika, Goddess Saraswati and Goddess Lakshmi always remain pleased with the Gnani, giving Him immense protection by being present around Him all the time. The grace of all the celestial Gods constantly flows upon the Gnani and they are always with Him, providing endless support in the work for the salvation of the world!

If you choose to abide by their laws, the Goddesses will be pleased with you as well. 

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