Radha is the personification of love between humanity and God, as well as between woman and man. She is the loyal devotee and celestial wife of the god Krishna. Radha teaches the joys of affection, faith, and unwavering devotion to the self, and divinity. (text from Brandi Auset, The Goddess Guide)
The energy of Radha is present whenever we feel passionate love, and the desire to unite (either physically, mentally, or spirituality) with our beloved. Whether our beloved is a person, a deity, or an activity, it is Radha who inspires that burning, aching feeling of longing in our hearts, driving us to manifest and experience love and creativity.
Have you ever had that fantasy where you take your lover, some delicious foods and wine, and lock yourselves away in a beachfront hotel for days on end, just worshiping each other and pretending the outside world doesn’t exist?
Radha’s love is all encompassing, all enveloping. She is that sometimes overwhelming feeling regardless of what society and worldly standards say is appropriate. She is love and devotion without influence; the pure, ecstatic, blissful expression.
The mantra Aham Prema (ah-hum pray-mah) is perfect for calling in the energy and influence of the Goddess Radha. The phrase is Sanskrit for “I AM Divine Love,” and daily repetition of it awakens the root, heart, and crown chakras.
The love this mantra invokes includes human love, divine love and universal love, and reminds that your mind, body, and spirit are created from these sacred expressions of life.