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Manifest the unmanifest

Shiva is often described as adi, unborn; anant, endless; akhand, indivisible; nirakaar, formless. Yet, shivling has a form. Why is that?
Shiva is beyond birth and yet He has a form. And this form was brought into creation by Adi Shakti. Adi Shakti manifested itself and then created gravity around it through a whirling motion, through rotation, or ‘pradikshina’. Rotation is the basis of gravity, of magnetism, of the energy of prana that is in every microcosm of Creation.
When something rotates, it creates a pull or magnetism around it. When you do pradikshina of a Shakti, you are able to relate to it very easily. This practice is used in advanced sadhnas of Sanatan Kriya.
When Adi Shakti created the force, yoni manifested. And shivling manifested in that yoni. A shivling encompasses the entire brahmand (creation).
When you do sadhana on the shivling, then the entire creation unfolds in front of you, and you are able to access any energy therein.
A specific kriya in Sanatan Kriya called the pradikshina kriya is one in which the guru prescribes certain mantras to the practitioner and by chanting those mantras while doing the pradikshina of a shakti — surya, chandra, dasmahavidyas — the energy of that shakti comes inside the practitioner.
However, to become shakti, the bondages of maya need to be opened and, so, it is important to practice the kriya under the sanidhya of a guru who knows your attractions and guides you as per your individual capacity.
The article was published in economictimes.


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