There is a difference between a yell and a roar.
A roar is aware of its power. It is not desperate. It is not begging. It is at peace with itself. It is comfortable. It is confident. It knows it is out there not to convince anyone. Its mere presence is proof itself of the most powerful, the queen of the jungle, the mighty lioness.
A yell is an exact opposite. It is corrupted with emotions like anger, envy and hate that rob the credibility of a yell even if what it is shouting out loud is the absolute truth. It is many times muddied with indoctrinated ideas and beliefs that do not allow the authentic voice and the truth to surface. Its biases obstruct its learning and growth and create more and more division in the jungle and hence its sanctity.
Divine feminine is Kali herself- the vehicle for all that ever existed, exists or will exist. She is the one and only power because of which our universe was born and continues to exist. There will be no matter, no energy, no consciousness without her. Even Shiva needs her to exist. When Shakti feels like, she uses Shiva to manifest worlds but Shiva needs her power to create. Together they engage in the cosmic play fueling divine masculine and feminine powers to continue raising and destructing worlds, only to start again. Shakti is also Shiva and Shakti combined, one entity above everything else.
If all of us realized the divine Shakti in us, we would not need to yell and shout and shriek. We wouldn’t need to express our anger in violent ways and go around disrespecting people to prove our points. We wouldn’t need to be so desperate in having our opinions or our existence accepted by others. We wouldn’t be burning in our hate for people or ideologies that do not agree with ours. We wouldn’t be pushing our agendas. We wouldn’t be the ones creating further and further divide to an already wounded world.
If we realized the divine Shakti, the divine feminine in us, men or women, we would just need to roar. And the world would know what to do. Because that is Kali herself, the most powerful, one who created it all, and who will destruct it all when the time comes. If you are Kali herself, your roar is the most sacred, the highest truth, that the world has been waiting to hear. So roar, not yell.