Wednesday, 3 December 2014

The Dark Shiva and Big Bang

Beyond the Big Bang - Science and Spirituality
If you look into this body....( Om Shivlinga)…it tells you how the whole of creation has happened.
Recently, I happened to be in a presentation by a popular scientist. He has written a book called Endless Universe.  It has become very popular in the scientific circles. He called this particular session “Beyond Big Bang,” because until recently the scientific community believed that everything has happened because of the Big Bang. But now some are saying, “It was not just one, many bangs must have happened.” It has been held that some billions of years ago, this particular Bang happened, which has resulted in all these planets and this universe. But now they are saying this Bang is not the only one.

Meaningful Story behind Roar Of  Rudra  84 times ( universe manifestation in Scientific language ) and above of all Indications , lets come out cos ; the Original Shiva for is away from all manifestation or bangs  :-

The Pauranik story :-
Shiva is sleeping. When we say “Shiva” here, we are not talking about a person or the yogi. “Shiva” here refers to “that which is not”; that which is nascent. “That which is not” can only sleep. And he has always been referred to as the “Dark One.”

As Shiva sleeps, Shakti comes looking for him. She wants him to come awake because she wants to dance and play with him, she wants to woo him. Initially, he does not wake up. After some time, he does. Anyone who is in deep slumber, if you wake him up, he will get a little angry. If you were in deep sleep and someone came and nudged you, it would not matter how beautiful that person was, you would get angry. So he gets angry, roars and rises. That is why his first form and his first name is Rudra. The word “Rudra” means one who roars.

I asked the scientist, “If there is a series of Bangs, could it be a roar? Was it just one bang or was it a continuous thing?” He thought about it, and then he said, “It cannot be just one, it must have been longer than just one moment.” And I said “Why are you calling it a Bang? It is a Roar, isn’t it?” If you ever drive a motorcycle or car without the silencer, you will see it will go “bang, bang, bang,” but if you throttle up, it will roar. A roar is a composite expression of many bangs.

What is being perceived now in a phenomenally roundabout way was perceived a long time ago. It is true within every human being if you look deep enough. Today, we know from our experience, that there are a 114 chakras or energy centers in the body. The energy system, which we refer to as “prana,” has 114 junction points or important meeting places. There are 72,000 nadis, or pathways or channels. If you cut this body, you will not see them, but as you become more aware of the movement of energy, you will see energy is not moving at random, but in particular patterns. The energy moves through 72,000 patterns or channels, and these meet at 114 points in the body. 112 are within the physical body, two are outside the body. This manifestation itself is a representation of the cosmic-scape.

The Shiva 

The 84 Big Bangs

Out of these 114.....,....... 84 are of a certain nature. The remaining are of a different nature. The first 84 belong to the past, the rest belong to the future. We say Shiva roared 84 times, that means 84 Big Bangs have happened and 84 universes were created. Slowly, over a period of time, these universes lost their form and kept spreading away, became lighter and then disintegrated. Creation happened, expanded to its limits, obliterated itself and again started over.
This physical body has happened in the same way that this whole creation has happened. Today you know that if you cut a tree (please don’t do such things!), there are rings in a tree which will tell you almost everything that has happened on this planet for as long as the tree has been here. Similarly, if you look into this body – you don’t have to even cut it open – it tells you how the whole of creation has happened.
So this is the eighty-fourth cycle. And this will continue to happen till it reaches 112. Only a total of 112 can happen. Another two are non-physical. The 112 universes will be physical in nature. The last two will be perpetual universes. That is, after the 112, the next time creation will happen in a semi-physical condition, not in a physical condition. That will be 113. After that, the 114 is a completely non-physical creation, a no-thing, which is right now un-manifest. A no-thing will manifest itself, in the subtlest possible way. That is what yoga says. 84 times Shiva has roared. He will roar 112 times. After that he will not roar any more. He will step out. That means the nothingness itself will be a universe. It will not be physical existence.
There are various other aspects connected with this body. And the way cosmology has developed, all these could have been perceived just by looking inward. We have spent I don’t know how much money, time, energy trying to explore these things. But if you are willing to look in – just for a moment, if you simply look in – it is possible for every human being to see this.
So, based on this, because you live and exist in the eighty-fourth universe and you have 84 chakras of a certain nature, yoga developed 84 basic asanas, or postures. There are 112 different types of meditation, but 84 basic asanas, because these 84 relate to past memory. The rest is the future. This past memory has to be released. The information or the karmic bondage goes back as far as these 84 Big Bangs do. Everything is recorded in this body, and that is why physical nature is the bondage.
This is how stable your body is. At the same time, see how fragile it is. If the next inhalation doesn’t happen, you are gone, isn’t it? You have taken it for granted, you are not conscious about it. If you become conscious and watch it, it is a damn fragile life. We are so fragile, but at the same time, see how sturdy we are. Look at all the things that human beings can do and have done.
This is the beauty of creation. Everything is tenderly balanced. So tenderly, you cannot disturb it – not easily. The whole creation is like this. That manifests the mastery of the Creator.

Shiva illustration - Who is Shiva?
The word “Shiva means literally, “that which is not.” On another level, when we say “Shiva,” we are referring to a certain yogi, the Adiyogi or the first yogi, and also the Adi Guru, the first Guru
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. 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 into which everything is sucked back. Everything comes from Shiva and goes back to Shiva. 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. Light is a limited happening in the sense that any source of light – whether a light bulb or the sun – will eventually lose its ability to give out light. 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.
But if I say “divine darkness,” people think I am a devil worshiper or something. In fact, in some places in the West it is being propagated that Shiva is a demon! But if you look at it as a concept, there isn’t a more intelligent concept on the planet about the whole process of creation and how it has happened. I have been talking about this in scientific terms without using the word “Shiva” to scientists around the world, and they are amazed, “Is this so? This was known? When?” We have known this for thousands of years. Almost every peasant in India knows about it unconsciously. He talks about it without even knowing the science behind it.
Darkest night of Shivaratri  and the Dark Shiva worshiped , behind blind faith what is actual , it is thinkable for thinker! yes univers is surrounded of black center of Cosmos   
The word Shivarathri literally means Shiva’s night. On that day, there is a natural upsurge of energies in your physiology.
The 14th night of the lunar month – the night before the new moon – is the darkest night of the month. It is referred to as Shivarathri. When we say “Shiva”, one aspect is we are referring to the Adiyogi, the first yogi. Another aspect is, the word “Shiva” literally means “that which is not.” That which is, is creation. That which is not, is Shiva. Today, modern science says the whole creation has come from nothing and will go back to nothing. Everything comes from nothingness and goes back to nothingness. Nothingness is the basis of existence. So we are referring to Shiva as the basis of existence. “That which is not” is the basis of that which is. If you look up at the night sky, there are billions of stars out there, but that’s not the important thing. There is a lot more empty space than the number of stars. Creation is just a miniscule. It is the vast emptiness which is the big thing. Creation is held in the lap of that emptiness. We say the whole creation is happening in Shiva’s lap and refer to Shiva as the “Dark One.” Ironically, modern scientists are referring to that which holds everything together in this existence as dark energy . They are calling it dark energy because they are not able to describe it in any other way and are unable to grasp the nature of what it is. They are just short of saying Shiva!
So this whole Shiva stuff is not about some God up there, this is just physical sciences expressed in a dialectical format; it is a certain way of expression, but it is just describing the physical nature of the existence.
The word  Shivarathri  literally means Shiva’s night. On that day, there is a natural upsurge of energies in your physiology. To make use of this we have specific sadhana in yoga. Fundamentally, whether it is the individual human body or the larger cosmic body, essentially they are made of thepancha bhutas or the five elements – earth, water, fire, air and space. What you call as “myself” is just a mischief of these five elements. If you want to realize the full potential of this mechanism that you call a human being, or if you want to transcend this one and become one with the larger cosmic mechanism – whether your desire is for the individual or for the universal – unless you have a certain amount of mastery – knowingly or unknowingly, consciously or unconsciously – over these five elements, you can neither know the pleasure of the individual self nor the blissfulness of the cosmic being.
One of the names for Shiva is Bhuteshwara – the lord of the elements. The Pancha Bhuta Aradhana which takes place every Shivarathri in the Dhyanalinga is mainly to access that dimension of grace in the Dhyanalinga. Pancha Bhuta Aradhana creates a powerful possibility where you can integrate your system and allow the five elements in your body to bind much better.
From one body to another, how well integrated these five elements are, determines almost everything about that person. If this body has to become a stepping stone for a bigger possibility, it is very important that the system is properly integrated. The air that you breathe, the water that you drink, the food that you eat, the land that you walk upon and the fire of life in the form of the life force, these are the ingredients with which your physical self is made. If you keep these controlled, vibrant, and focused, health, wellbeing and success in the world are assured. It is my endeavor to create various devices which will allow people to make this happen for themselves in such a way that the very way you exist is a Pancha Bhuta Aradhana.
Description  by Jaggi Vasudev 

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