Para Brahman, the Supreme Being
Supreme Goddess in Shaktism
|Om aim hreem kreem shreem
|Pasha, Ankusha, Chakra, Shankha, Trishula and others
|Om, Sri Yantra
|Lion and Tiger
|Devi Bhagavata Purana, Devi Mahatmya, Lalita Sahasranama
|Navaratri, Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Lakshmi Puja
Shaktas conceive the Goddess as the supreme, ultimate, eternal reality of all existence, or same as the Brahman concept of Hinduism. She is considered to be simultaneously the source of all creation. She has manifested herself as Shiva in male form. Her half is Shiva. 
Shakta Puranas change
The Devi Bhagavata Purana described her in the form of Bhuvaneshvari. In her physical form she is described as the Mother of the Universe and is residing Manidweepa above all of the other realms.
According to the Kalikula tradition in Shaktism. Mahakali is the highest aspect of Mahadevi.
According to the Srikula tradition in Shaktism, Tripura Sundari is the foremost of the Mahavidyas, the highest aspect of Mahadevi and also the primary goddess of Sri Vidya.