Maa ChinnaMasta Is A Depiction Of The Divine Mother Shown As Having Cut Off Her Own Head.
The Blood Coming Out Of Her Head Represents the life-force (prana) or the cosmic energy that animates the universe and sustains all life. The First Stream Flows Into Maa ChinnaMasta’s Own Mouth Depicting She Is Self-Existent And Independent. The Streams That Flow into the mouths of dakini and varnini represent the life-force in all living creatures. This Symbolises That All Life Is Nourished By The Divine Mother Maa ChinnaMasta.
In yogic traditions it is believed that The Three Streams Of Blood Represent the flow of consciousness through the three Nadis – Ida, Pingala, and Sushuma – associated respectively with dakini on the left, varnini on the right, and Maa ChinnaMasta Standing In The Middle.
Once the vitality of the pingala nadis and the creativity of the ida nadi are in balance, prana is free to travel through the sushuma nadi, from the root chakra to the crown chakra.
Gaining mastery over the flow of one’s consciousness through yogic practices can lead to spiritual advancement and Experiencing of The Divine.