the Final Destiny of our planet and this is what we call Tandav, the Final Dance of Shiva. As each atom is created, another is destroyed and this continues forever in a cyclical manner. Lord Shiv who drinks the terrible poison Halahal to save all Life, also destroys Life-as-we-know-it in the form of Rudra. Shiva drinks poison to save Life yet also annihilates at the End of Time.

the Final Destiny of our planet and this is what we call Tandav, the Final Dance of Shiva. As each atom is created, another is destroyed and this continues forever in a cyclical manner. Lord Shiv who drinks the terrible poison Halahal to save all Life, also destroys Life-as-we-know-it in the form of Rudra. Shiva drinks poison to save Life yet also annihilates at the End of Time.

"It gets better, it always gets better. Life will never put you through more than you can handle."    —  Austin Carlile

"It gets better, it always gets better. Life will never put you through more than you can handle." — Austin Carlile

Loving service bridges the gap between our spiritual practice and our daily life.

Loving service bridges the gap between our spiritual practice and our daily life.

SHAKTI ••  "Love came and spread like blood in my veins and the skin of me.  It filled me with the Beloved and completely emptied me.  The Beloved has taken over all parts of my existence. Only my name remains, as all is the Beloved."  ―Amir Khusrau

SHAKTI •• "Love came and spread like blood in my veins and the skin of me. It filled me with the Beloved and completely emptied me. The Beloved has taken over all parts of my existence. Only my name remains, as all is the Beloved." ―Amir Khusrau

Lord Shiva’s power of destruction and recreation are used to destroy the illusions and imperfections of this world and change it for the better. This makes him a source of both good and evil. It is his nature and reaction that earned him different names in the Hindu Mythology. Find out more in detail about Shiva.

Lord Shiva’s power of destruction and recreation are used to destroy the illusions and imperfections of this world and change it for the better. This makes him a source of both good and evil. It is his nature and reaction that earned him different names in the Hindu Mythology. Find out more in detail about Shiva.

Shiva #hinduism  meaning "The Auspicious One"), also known as Mahadeva, Mahesh ("Great God") or Bholenath ("Simple Lord"), is a popular Hindu deity and considered as the Supreme God within Shaivism, one of the three most influential denominations in Hinduism.

Shiva #hinduism meaning "The Auspicious One"), also known as Mahadeva, Mahesh ("Great God") or Bholenath ("Simple Lord"), is a popular Hindu deity and considered as the Supreme God within Shaivism, one of the three most influential denominations in Hinduism.

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