"Eyes of the Goddess" honors the all-seeing, all-knowing compassion of the Divine Mother. It also celebrates the opening of the "Third Eye" or Ajna ("ag-nyah") Chakra. In the Buddhist tradition, the peacock's "100-eyed tail" represents compassionate watchfulness. For the practitioner of Tantric Kriya Yoga, when the energy is flowing freely up the spine to the sixth chakra, there is a feeling of having arrived at a mountaintop after a long climb. The air is clear and crisp with an expanded sense of space and freedom. One understands things directly without logic or reason and, better still, can see through those illusions the preclude attaining the heart's desire.
OM is the mantra of Ajna Chakra and the winged globe is its yantra or symbol, an emblem of the imagination that can fly anywhere beyond the limits of time and space. The guardians of the inner place include the winged globe and 24 jeweled lotus flowers, each adorned with a sparkling crystal, again depicting the sacred union of masculine and feminine principles and the possibility of enlightenment in a lifetime.