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Dhumavati Yantra — Potential Yantra Print

Yantra Prints

Yantra Prints made for you to use at home from Sarah Tomlinson's original paintings.

Dhumavati Yantra — Potential Yantra Print


Dhumavati Yantra — Potential Yantra Print

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Is it time to let go? The Goddess of Potential welcomes you into the space of 'not knowing'. Let go of what was. Dhumavati teaches us to see the essence of all things. Through the wisdom of age; good, bad, young, old, ugly, beautiful, one sees beneath these apparent oppositions the oneness of creation. Suspend all judgement. Now is the time to make room for what is to come. (see full description below)

Each Yantra Print is made from an Original Yantra painting by Sarah Tomlinson. These are printed using high quality inks on beautiful watercolor paper in collaboration with Ray Henders at They look, and feel, like the painting itself. Small Prints are 10 x 10". Large Prints are 20 x20".

As these prints are made to order please allow 2-3 weeks in the US and 2-4 weeks for international orders. Expedited processing may incur extra fees.

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Dhumavati Mantra: D H O O M

The Goddess Dhumavati is the seventh Mahavidya (Great Wisdom Goddess) and is called on when work on the inner plane is required. This can be in times of outer stress or sickness, or just when a period of life is at its end and some letting go needs to happen before the new chapter can begin. The name Dhumavati means the one who is clothed in smoke. And so it is she often reveals the darker side of life, the one that is sometimes uncomfortable to look at. She comes to you when your life is devoid of outer movement and you feel enshrouded in a veil of smoke, fog or uncertainty. At these times she gives the boon of deep and profound meditative experiences; after all when you cannot progress forwards on the physical plane, the freedom to dive into the subtler planes of reality are available to you.

Dhumavati is depicted as an elderly widow, dressed in torn clothing from a corpse, residing in a burial ground, seated in a chariot with a broken wheel or perched upon a super sized crow. The crow accompanies Dhumavati. The crow symbolizes death, the end of something; crows flock to a place where they can eat rotting flesh, the crow here also is not flying. The imagery is gruesome. It is the opposite of ‘attractive’ from the standpoint of popular culture. She is known as ‘Alakshmi’ , possessing the opposite of the beautiful and fluid qualities of attraction that Lakshmi has. She has crooked broken teeth, a grey complexion and is alone. This is the only Mahavidya that is not seen with the erotic couple of Shiva and Shakti. Here there is only Shakti, this Goddess, without Shiva. The feminine energy is here but there is no movement.

Dhumavati brings you to your heart center. When you are stripped down to your core and the outer world has no allure to you can you see the truth? Can you meet the beauty behind the veil of the smoke? Can you go beyond outer appearances? This brings a peacefulness. An end to the grasping, to expectations, or to another to fulfill you. Her worship can bring the end to poverty. A cycle is ending. The potential for a new cycle and the promise it holds will begin.