Sir John Woodroffe, who wrote under the pseudonym of Arthur Avalon, was a Western scholar in the best traditions who brought important Hindu texts and teachings to the West, including the clasic work on Kundalina yoga, The Serpent Power.
In Shakti and Shakta, Woodroffe explores the teachings of the "Bharata Dharma," the common thread of tradition that links Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, as they relate to the divine feminine, expressed as "Shakti" or power in contrast to "Shiva" or unchanging consciousness.
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