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Term: Chandra Bindu

DEFINITION:
Literally the “point of the moon;” however, in the Tantric “twilight language,” it means “moon juice.” The moon is symbolic of the spiritualized woman. The moon juice is the lubricating fluid created by a woman in preparation for spiritual sexual intercourse with her partner (maithuna).
SOURCE:  Donald Michael Kraig (Shambhala Nath)
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