Maa ChinnaMasta Stands On Kama and Rati Who Are Copulating. This represents the rhythmic flow of energy through sex and blood. Vital energy pumped up through the severed head as blood, recirculates back into the mouth showing the movement of life force.
By Stepping On Them, Maa ChinnaMasta Symbolises Control of sexual desire and lust. This control is essential before one undertakes yogic practices.
It is also symbolic of self-surrender, self-sacrifice and fearlessness. A headless but naked body is indicative of the yogic thesis to be in blissful union by ‘losing’ oneself, or surrender to The Divine.