How do you explain Shiva, the God of Destruction, from the prism of spiritual awareness? Dr. Mickey Mehta, a prominent holistic health guru and corporate life coach, recently shared a special Maha Shivratri video titled ‘Saga of Shiva’, in which he spoke about combining Shiva’s endless saga with holiness. of spirituality.
“When human beings, in their state of consciousness, function spontaneously, it is flow. And it is a flow, because the rhythm is there: the dance of creativity, the dance of Shiva-Shakti. Now, the dance of Shiva from tandava It is not only for destruction, it also gives rise to creation, because after destruction comes creation ”, he said, adding:“ As is the atom, so is the universe ”.
Dr. Mehta went on to explain that in flowing and surrender, man becomes the universe, much like “how Shiva became Shiva.” He said that it is important to be aware of the here and now, of each breath that is exhaled and each breath that is exhaled.
“And with it a new self is born within you, and the old self within you dies, simultaneously. That is why there is continuity and perpetuation of life. When cell regeneration occurs, your life continues like the dance of molecules. And if you are aware of this, you will be aware of each passing moment. And with that, your dance will be spontaneous, and you will be the choreographer of your dance… And you will shape your life ”, he explained.
He also said that by being aware, one can shape one’s destiny, just as a potter does with clay: it allows it to take shape on its own.
In the video, which was part of a recent session, Dr. Mehta asked the participants to stay still for only 10 seconds first.
“When we stop doing and begin to be, our disturbed breathing returns to rhythm. When your senses calm down, when they naturally perceive everything in the environment, when your eyes do not see the illusion or the ‘Maya‘That is the time you can perceive beyond matter, and you can perceive what was before matter. “
You can see the full video here: