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The great night of Shiva is an opportunity for self-transformation in so many ways. While a Hindu tradition, Blue Star looks at this night as an opportunity for everyone to transform in consciousness. Shiva is seen as the aspect of the Divine known as the Destroyer (from Brahma the Creator, Vishnu the Sustainer and Shiva the Destroyer). Rather than the destruction of the material, a broader view sees Shiva as destroying the illusion (Maya) that makes us feel separate from the Divine. Shiva can also be seen as the Destroyer of the negative aspects of one’s being, such as the Ego that tries to keep us in bondage to that illusion of separation.

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The great night of Shiva is an opportunity for self-transformation in so many ways. While a Hindu tradition, Blue Star looks at this night as an opportunity for everyone to transform in consciousness. Shiva is seen as the aspect of the Divine known as the Destroyer (from Brahma the Creator, Vishnu the Sustainer and Shiva the Destroyer). Rather than the destruction of the material, a broader view sees Shiva as destroying the illusion (Maya) that makes us feel separate from the Divine. Shiva can also be seen as the Destroyer of the negative aspects of one’s being, such as the Ego that tries to keep us in bondage to that illusion of separation.

The Great Night of Shiva at Blue Star on March 9th 2013 was such an opportunity for all attending. Nine+ hours of chanting offered everyone the chance to spend an abundant amount of time in a devotional practice which opens the heart and quiets the mind. The opportunity was there as well to overcome the limitations of the physical body…reminding us we are Spirit, beings of light.

The beautiful ceremonies held around the Lingam were so much more than a ritual. As Sri Vasudeva so aptly stated, the Lingam represents a point on the earth. It is a single spot that represents the divine nature of the Universe for us to focus our energy and concentration of devotion. “Let us connect with the Earth, Mother Earth as we focus on this single spot. As we touch this one point, we are touching the entire earth.”

As the night became morning, the opportunity was there to not only go beyond the body, but to find that Sacred Space deep within all of us where we know we are Spirit, not needing sleep or anything of the material world. That place of deep inner wisdom where we remember we are Spirit, ever connected to the Divine. Om Namah Shivaya which means I Bow to the Divine was one of the night’s sacred mantras. Another, Shivoham, which means “I am Shiva”, recognizes that we are all Divine…a particle of That which created and sustains the universe. We are all That.

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The great night of Shiva is an opportunity for self-transformation in so many ways. While a Hindu tradition, Blue Star looks at this night as an opportunity for everyone to transform in consciousness. Shiva is seen as the aspect of the Divine known as the Destroyer (from Brahma the Creator, Vishnu the Sustainer and Shiva the Destroyer). Rather than the destruction of the material, a broader view sees Shiva as destroying the illusion (Maya) that makes us feel separate from the Divine. Shiva can also be seen as the Destroyer of the negative aspects of one’s being, such as the Ego that tries to keep us in bondage to that illusion of separation.

The Great Night of Shiva at Blue Star on March 9th 2013 was such an opportunity for all attending. Nine+ hours of chanting offered everyone the chance to spend an abundant amount of time in a devotional practice which opens the heart and quiets the mind. The opportunity was there as well to overcome the limitations of the physical body…reminding us we are Spirit, beings of light.

The beautiful ceremonies held around the Lingam were so much more than a ritual. As Sri Vasudeva so aptly stated, the Lingam represents a point on the earth. It is a single spot that represents the divine nature of the Universe for us to focus our energy and concentration of devotion. “Let us connect with the Earth, Mother Earth as we focus on this single spot. As we touch this one point, we are touching the entire earth.”

As the night became morning, the opportunity was there to not only go beyond the body, but to find that Sacred Space deep within all of us where we know we are Spirit, not needing sleep or anything of the material world. That place of deep inner wisdom where we remember we are Spirit, ever connected to the Divine. Om Namah Shivaya which means I Bow to the Divine was one of the night’s sacred mantras. Another, Shivoham, which means “I am Shiva”, recognizes that we are all Divine…a particle of That which created and sustains the universe. We are all That.

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