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Changing Who We Are This Shivratri

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It is common knowledge that all faiths acknowledge a single Supreme as the parent and protector of all living things. This ultimate force manifests itself among the Hindus in three distinct forms, symbolised by Brahma, Vishnu, and Shankar, respectively, and carrying out distinct roles of creation, sustenance, and destruction. Though Shankar is said to be a representation of the third power of destruction, Brahma is the creator and Vishnu is the sustenant.

Darkness is seen to be the embodiment of evil, and Shiva, the incorporeal god, is said to take divine birth (incarnate) at that period, which is observed as Shivaratri, as opposed to the birthdays of all other deities. It might be for this reason that Shivratri and the jagaran are observed with such significance. Shiva is the source of light that drives out darkness, destroying evil and bringing prosperity to the world. Moreover, Shivaratri fasting signifies the sacrifice of all worldly pleasures.

There is also a common misconception regarding the third eye of God Shiva, which is that its opening would cause the world to end.
The true meaning, though, is that God Shiva opens the “Third Eye of Knowledge,” or the Divine Eye of human beings, to eradicate all ills from the universe—a gesture that is both a gift and a welcome development for creation.

When the third eye “opens up,” we experience a shift in perspective, a newfound clarity, and the ability to perceive “the real self” and “others” clearly. Our vision is filled with compassion, truth, and love. There is a genuine perception that all people are nice, pure, and devoid of duality.

Additionally, we can more clearly see what is going on around us, what is significant, and what needs our attention. It’s as though a light is emerging from within where there was before darkness and blindness. Therefore, let’s reform ourselves this Shivratri by reestablishing a direct line of communication with the Supreme Source and reconnecting with our peaceful, tranquil essence.

Abhishek Verma

 


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