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WHO IS SHIVA?IS THERE A DEEPER MEANING TO SHIVA?- 09 FACTS;- 1-When we say “Shiva,” there are two fundamental aspects that we are referring to. The word “Shiva” means literally, “that which is not.” Today, modern science is proving to us that everything comes from nothing and goes back to nothing. The basis of existence and the fundamental quality of the cosmos is vast nothingness. 2-The galaxies are just a small happening – a sprinkling. The rest is all vast empty space, which is referred to as Shiva. That is the womb from which everything is born, and that is the oblivion, (blankness) into which everything is sucked back. Everything comes from Shiva and goes back to Shiva. 3-So Shiva is described as a non-being, not as a being. Shiva is not described as light, but as darkness. Humanity has gone about eulogizing light only because of the nature of the visual apparatus that they carry. Otherwise, the only thing that is always, is darkness. 4-Light is not eternal. It is always a limited possibility because it happens and it ends. Darkness is a much bigger possibility than light. Nothing needs to burn, it is always – it is eternal. Darkness is everywhere. It is the only thing that is all pervading. 5-On another level, when we say “Shiva,” we are referring to a certain yogi, the first yogi, and also the Adi Guru, the first Guru, who is the basis of what we know as the yogic science today. 6-This first transmission of yogic sciences happened on the banks of Kanti Sarovar, a glacial lake a few miles beyond Kedarnath in the Himalayas, where Adiyogi began a systematic exposition of this inner technology to his first seven disciples, celebrated today as the Sapta Rishis. 7-Yoga does not mean standing on your head or holding your breath. Yoga is the science and technology to know the essential nature of how this life is created and how it can be taken to its ultimate possibility.The word “yoga” means “union.” A yogi is one who has experienced the union. That means, at least for one moment, he has been absolute nothingness. 8-Only nothingness can hold everything. Something can never hold everything. A vessel cannot hold an ocean. This planet can hold an ocean, but it cannot hold the solar system. The solar system can hold these few planets and the sun, but it cannot hold the rest of the galaxy. If you go progressively like this, ultimately you will see it is only nothingness that can hold everything. 9-When we talk about Shiva as “that which is not,” and Shiva as a yogi, in a way they are synonymous, yet they are two different aspects.So “Shiva” refers to both “that which is not,” and Adiyogi, because in many ways, they are synonymous. This being, who is a yogi, and that non-being, which is the basis of the existence, are the same, because to call someone a yogi means he has experienced the existence as himself. WHY IS LORD SHIVA CONSIDERED AS THE BEST LOVER & HUSBAND? 1-All girls want husband like Lord Shiva.All women want husbands who are faithful, devoted, loving, intelligent.Lord SHIVA is Lord of all. Thus, he is worshiped by all. 2-Unmarried girls longed him as their husbands should be like SHIVA. Lord Shiva is considered the epitome of discipline, principle and love. He is: 11 FACTS;- 1. Devon ke dev is Strictly one-woman man/god. No chasing or even eyeing other women. 2.He is Powerful. (As he is the god of War)A calm and composed man who knows how to remain unshakable even in turbulent times is what most women seek. Often engrossed in meditation, Lord Shiva erupts in anger when evil turns destructive. A man must be brave and courageous enough in fighting the wrong, the unjust and the negative forces. 3-He Loves his wife. Waited two lifetimes for mata Sati to be reborn and restored to him.Lord Shiva is the only GOD who has been happy with one wife only. 4. Plays chess with her; (REF To Lalita Sahasranama: ) usually other husbands spend time in front of the TV. 5.Lord Shiva has a typical masculine physique. He is robust, tall, and handsome. He is chivalrous and knows how to treat his lady. He is simply dressed yet has a magnetic personality. Physically attractive, but tends to disguise it with ashes rather than vainly show off with others . 6. Encourages his wife to chart her own course in life -- killing demons (Mahishasura Mardini etc), visiting devotees, etc. 7.He uses love (rather than violence) to calm down wife when she is in the Kali form.He is the only husband of this universe ;who feels proud when his wife is stamping on his heart 8. He is the only god who gave his half part of the body to his wife, along with half of his spiritual Tapas (Heat), austerity and Strength.He says ,shiv is shav without his shakti. 9.He is the only husband who mourned thousand of years for his wife. 10-A devout family man yet a force that governs the universe. A typical portrait of Lord Shiva’s family would consist of his wife – Parvati or Gauri and sons – Kartikeya, Ganesha and daughter Ashok Sundari. He is a doting father to his children and a devoted husband. But he shoulders the responsibility of not just his family but the entire universe. 11-Lord Shiva’s compassionate arms embrace all – be it a human or an animal. All forms of living beings seek refuge in him. At the same time, he is a tough one on those who exhibit demon-like traits. Qualities of Lord Shiva, are the cause of his popularity and still to day unmarried girls desire, a husband should be like Lord Shiva. IS DEVI PARVATI IDA NADI OF BHOLENATH? 10 FACTS;- 1-Nadi means "stream". According to the tantric treatise Shiva Samhita, there are fourteen principal nadis. Of these, Ida, Pingala and Sushumna are considered the the most important. MATA is the Ida and SHIVA is the Pingala, the left and the right channels. 2-The Three Fundamental Nadis - Ida, Pingala and Sushumna Within the spine .There are two holes on either side of the spine which are like conduit pipes for all the nerves to pass. This is the Ida and the Pingala, the left and the right channels. In the Pranamayakosha or the energy body, there are 72,000 nadis. The 72,000 nadis spring from three basic nadis. 3-The word “nadi” does not mean nerve. Nadis are pathways or channels of prana in the system. These 72,000 nadis don’t have a physical manifestation. In the sense, if you cut the body and look in, you will not find them. But as you become more aware, you will notice the energy is not moving at random, it is moving in established pathways. There are 72,000 different ways in which the energy or prana moves. 4-Only when energies enter into Sushumna, life really begins. The Ida and Pingala represent the basic duality in the existence. It is this duality which we traditionally personify as Shiva and Shakti. Or we can simply call it masculine and feminine, or it can be the logical and the intuitive aspect of you. It is based on this that life is created. Without these two dualities, life wouldn’t exist as it does right now. In the beginning, everything is primordial, there is no duality. But once creation happens, there is duality. 5-Masculine and feminine, is not about being male or female.. but in terms of certain qualities in nature. Certain qualities in nature have been identified as masculine. Certain other qualities have been identified as feminine. You may be a man, but if your Ida is more pronounced, the feminine may be dominant in you. You may be a woman, but if your Pingala is more pronounced, the masculine may be dominant in you. 6-Bringing a balance between the Ida and Pingala will make you effective in the world, it will make you handle life aspects well. Most people live and die in Ida and Pingala; Sushumna, the central space, remains dormant. But Sushumna is the most significant aspect of human physiology. Only when energies enter into Sushumna, life really begins. 7-Fundamentally, Sushumna is attribute-less, it has no quality of its own. It is like empty space. If there is empty space, you can create anything you want. Once energies enter into Sushumna, you attain to Vairagya. “Raga,” means colour. “Vairag,” means no colour, you have become transparent. 8-If you have become transparent, if what is behind you is red, you turn red too. If what is behind you is blue, you turn blue too. If what is behind you is yellow, you turn yellow too. You are unprejudiced. Wherever you are, you become a part of that, but nothing sticks to you. Only if you are like this, only if you are in a state of Vairag, then you will dare to explore all dimensions of life when you live here. 9-Right now, you are reasonably balanced, but if for some reason the outside situation goes crazy, you will also go crazy in reaction to that because that is the nature of Ida and Pingala. It is reactive to what is outside. 10-But once the energies enter into Sushumna, you attain to a new kind of balance, an inner balance where whatever happens outside, there is a certain space within you which never gets disturbed, which is never in any kind of turmoil, which cannot be touched by the outside situations. Only if you create this stable situation within yourself, you will dare to scale the peaks of consciousness. AS IT HAS BEEN DISCUSSED ABOUT SRI RAMA & RAVAN..SO BEFORE TAKING THE KNOWLEDGE OF RAVAN;WE SHOULD BE CAREFUL FOR SELF INDULGENCE(THE PIG TENDENCY)AS SHIVA IS POINTING OUT THE FOUR PURUSHARTHS... WHAT IS THE MEANING OF FOUR PURUSHARTHS? 06 FACTSL;- 1-Puruṣartha ( पुरुषार्थ) literally means an "object of human pursuit". It is a key concept in Hinduism, and refers to the four proper goals or aims of a human life. The four puruṣarthas are Dharma (righteousness, moral values), Artha (prosperity, economic values), Kama (pleasure, love, psychological values) and Moksha (liberation, spiritual values). 2-All four Purusarthas are important, but in cases of conflict, Dharma is considered more important than Artha or Kama in Hindu philosophy. Moksha is considered the ultimate ideal of human life. 3-Historical Indian scholars recognized and debated the inherent tension between active pursuit of wealth (Artha purusartha) and pleasure (Kama), and renunciation of all wealth and pleasure for the sake of spiritual liberation (Moksha).They proposed "action with renunciation" or "craving-free, dharma-driven action", also called Nishkam Karma as a possible solution to the tension. 4-The four puruṣārthas are often discussed in the context of four ashramas or stages of life (Brahmacharya .. student, Grihastha ..householder, Vanaprastha ... retirement and .Sannyasa..renunciation). Scholars have attempted to connect the four stages to the four puruṣarthas. 5-The fourth stage of Sannyasa is different, and the overwhelming consensus in ancient and medieval Indian texts is that anyone accepting Sannyasa must entirely devote to Moksha aided by Dharma, with a complete renunciation of Artha and Kama. 6-At the same time, this is not a consensus among all Hindus, and many have different interpretations of the hierarchy.Present philosophy is completely based on Artha & Kama only.




10 FACTS;-


1.'' Radiant One, this experience may dawn between two breaths.After breath comes in (down) and just before turning up (out) – the beneficence''.

2-That is the technique: Radiant one, this experience may dawn between two breaths. After breath comes in ..that is, down ..and just before turning out ..that is, going up ..the beneficence Be aware between these two points, and the happening.

3-When your breath comes in, observe. For a single moment, or a thousandth part of a moment, there is no breathing .. before it turns up, before it turns outward. One breath comes in; then there is a certain point and breathing stops.

4-Then the breathing goes out. When the breath goes out, then again for a single moment, or a part of a moment, breathing stops. Then breathing comes in. Before the breath is turning in or turning out, there is a moment when you are not breathing. In that moment the happening is possible, because when you are not breathing you are not in the world.

5-Understand this: when you are not breathing yo