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Message Subject X Marks the Spot
Poster Handle aether
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i just thought
we discovered our sun is going to finish this non material sequence (9) on 6.21.2017

how does feel that day feel
 Quoting: aether


In the ninth round of the 9th cycle Shiva reigns supreme,
or something like that according to Hindu legend.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20093181


The Cosmic Dancer

[link to en.wikipedia.org]



Like it.

cool2
 Quoting: Seer777



A cobra uncoils from his lower right forearm, and the crescent moon and a skull are on his crest. He dances within an arch of flames. This dance is called the Dance of Bliss, aananda taandavam.

The upper right hand holds a small drum shaped like an hourglass. A specific hand gesture (mudra) called is used to hold the drum. It symbolizes sound originating creation or the beat of the drum is the passage of time.

The upper left hand contains Agni or fire, which signifies destruction. The opposing concepts in the upper hands show the counterpoise of creation and destruction or the fire of life.

The second right hand shows the Abhaya mudra (meaning fearlessness in Sanskrit), bestowing protection from both evil and ignorance to those who follow the righteousness of dharma.

The second left hand points towards the raised foot which signifies upliftment and liberation.

It also points to the left foot with the sign of the elephant which leads the way through the jungle of ignorance.


The dwarf on which Nataraja dances is the demon Apasmara (Muyalaka, as known in Tamil), which symbolises Shiva's victory over ignorance. It also represents the passage of spirit from the divine into material.

As the Lord of Dance, Nataraja, Shiva performs the tandava, the dance in which the universe is created, maintained, and dissolved. Shiva's long, matted tresses, usually piled up in a knot, loosen during the dance and crash into the heavenly bodies, knocking them off course or destroying them utterly.

The surrounding flames represent the manifest Universe.
The snake swirling around his waist is kundalini, the Shakti or divine force thought to reside within everything. This also parallels the cords of life worn by the Brahmins to represent the second rebirth.

The stoic face of Shiva represents his neutrality, thus being in balance.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Seer777


awwwwwwwww
i never knew that
fits sensation of embrace
thank you hugs
 
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