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Om Namastestu Bhagavan Visvesaraya Mahadevaya Trayambakaya Tripurantakaya Trikagni - Kalaya Kalagni - Rudraya Nil - Kanthaya Mrityunjayaya Sarvesvaraya Sadashivaya

Sriman Mahadevaya Namah. Meaning: Om. I bow down to Lord Shiva, who is the creator and protector of the universe, who is the greatest among Gods, who has three eyes, who is the annihilator of al l the three worlds, one whose throat is blue, who is the conqueror of death, who is the Lord of all, who is propitious who is possessed of all marks of greatnes s and who is the greatest among Gods. To him my prostration. ======================================================= Then the question arises, "Who is Shiva?" The divine consciousness pervading all the living beings is none other than Shiv a. This Shivattwa (divine consciousness) permeates not only human beings, but the b irds, beasts and animals as well. In fact, every moment in our life can be taken to be Shivarathri. 2005 ============================================== (from Shivaratri 8-9 Aug 2010) DD 14 Feb 99 Shivartri For every act of sin, five persons are mainly responsible. One who commits the sin, one who is the cause, one who encourages the act of sin, one who shows the ways and means to commit the sin, and one who witnesses it. All five will have to face the consequences zas Sathya Sai Speaks, Volume 32 part1 28 ========================================= Without doubt, Maha Shivaratri is one of the greatest festivals in the Hindu cal endar, and the holiest day for all Shaivites. In a given solar year, there are a ctually twelve (or thirteen) Shivaratris, one per lunar month. SHIVARATRI OCCURS WHENEVER THE FOURTEENTH LUNAR DAY OF THE WANING MOON (KRSNA PAKSHA CHATURDASHI) IS IN EFFECT AT MIDNIGHT LOCAL TIME. (de un blog shivadasrhana) You will be observing Sivaratri in the true spirit of the term only when you give up bad qualities and cultivate divine love. ===================================================== Today we are celebrating Sivarathi. What does it mean? Ratri (night) is associated with darkness. The Vedas declare,

Chandrama Manaso Jatha, Chaksho Suryo Ajayatha (the moon was born out of the mind and the sun out of the eyes of the Purusha). Moon is the presiding deity of the mind. So, mind should be pure and unsullied. There is an immense significance in every statement of Vedanta. Confusion prevails when these are misunderstood. How can you expect positive results when your heart is full of negative feelings? External is the reflection of the internal. You will reap what you sow. Having eaten mango, how can you expect the belch of a cucumber? So, in order to get positive results you should fill your heart with positive feelings. Love, peace, and compassion, which originate from the heart, are positive in nature. All the negative thoughts are the products of the head. There is a specific time for this. It may take place at any moment between 8 and 10 in the night. It takes place at the right time irrespective of the place I am in. It is bound to take place. It is natural on Sivaratri night. Those who are fortunate to witness this sacred Lingodbhava are freed from all sins. One must see how it emerges. But, some people may not be able to see this even if they are sitting close by. Witnessing the emergence of the Lingam is of utmost importance. Once it emerges, everyone will be able to see it and it has its own benefits. There are many such important aspects attached to this auspicious occasion. You will be immensely benefited if you keep awake and sing the glory of God at least on this night. Moon is the presiding deity of the mind. Moon has 16 kalas (phases). On Shivaratri, 15 kalas merge in God and only one remains. By constant remembrance of God, the 16th phase also merges in God. Can you not spend a single night in the whole year singing the glory of God? Sanctify this night by participating in bhajan. The bliss that you get from bhajan, the sweetness you experience in the divine name, the happiness you derive from visualising the divine form cannot be obtained elsewhere. Everything is possible only through love. So, cultivate love and sanctify your life. Self-confidence cannot be purchased or obtained through learning. It is based on deservedness. Develop the divine thoughts to attain deservedness. In fact, you are the most fortunate people. Otherwise, how could only a few thousand of you have come here when there are millions in this world? Make the best use of this golden opportunity. Follow the divine path. If you have faith in God, He will protect you in the face of all adversities. He is always with you, in you, above you, beside you, around you. Do not give scope for bad feelings and bad thoughts. Do not criticise anyone. You are well aware of the fact that everyday in the newspapers you find headlines describing the conflicts between various parties. One party criticises and finds faults with the other. They are accumulating sins by doing so. That is why I do not read newspapers. Why should I go through all this? Many people waste so much money buying these newspapers. It is a form of madness. Read good books. Slander is the worst of the sins.

14 February 1999 Sai Kulwant Hall, Prasanthi Nilayam DD 15 Feb 99 Sage Patanjali said, Yoga Chitta Vritti Nirodha (control of senses is true yoga). No sadhana is greater than this. All spiritual practices such as japa (chanting the Lord s name) and tapa (penance) will be of no avail if senses are not controlled. You may be under the impression that it is not possible for a human being to control the senses. Here control does not mean total cessation. Discharge your duties as a householder, student or businessman. But whatever you do, do it with a feeling that it is to please God (Sarva Karma Bhagavath Preethyartham). Once you develop this feeling, all your senses will naturally be controlled Sath is associated with the Atma and Chith with the body. The Atma is Purusha (Brahman) and the body is prakrti (feminine principle). The unity of Purusha and Prakriti is human life. So, every human being is ardhanareeshwara (androgynous). The Principle of Siva (Sivathatwa) teaches the unity of Prakriti and Purusha. This is the true meaning of Sivaratri. Forgetting this principle, man considers this physical body to be made up of merely blood, flesh and fecal matter. No doubt, it has these constituents, but one should not forget the fact that divinity permeates this body. To set an ideal to this world, the body is very important. All My actions are selfless, selfless, selfless. There is no trace of selfishness in Me. Have firm faith in this truth. If you have total faith, wherever you are, all your desires will be fulfilled without your asking. Only those who don t have total faith suffer. Develop self-confidence. That is the first sadhana you have to undertake. Truly you are all most fortunate. Today is Somavar (Monday), very endearing to Somasekhara (Eswara). That is why Siva is extolled as Someshwara and Somasekhara. This body was also born on Monday. In every Siva temple, special prayers are offered on Mondays. (nota: 23 Nov 1926 was Tue, in 1925 was Monday) Hanuman is worshipped on Mangalavar (Tuesday) en el DD habla de Dharma Artha Kama y Moksha y mas exc y Hiranyagharba DD 17 Feb 96 The one Divine is responsible for the threefold cosmic process. This three aspec ts of God can be seen in the English word GOD. G represents Generation--Srishti. O represents Organization-------Sthithi. D represents Dissolution--Layam.

GOD represents the unity of the three aspects. There is a misunderstanding about these three. Layam is considered as destructio n or dissolution. Its real meaning is mergence. O represents organization. It means protection. G stands for generation (creation). Brahma, Vishnu and Eeshvara are three potencies lmmanent in man. To understand this it is essential to follow the spiritual path. Spiritualit y does not mean leading a lonely ascetic life. Spirituality means getting rid of attachment and hatred and looking upon the whole humanity as one. Every one should understand this inner meaning of spiritu ality. The human birth is intended for the pursuit of Dharma. Dharma implies harmony in thought, word and deed. When every person realises his essential divine nature, the entire world will be transformed. The body and the mind are m ere instruments. Man's reality is the Aathma (Self). The principle teaching of the Vedhas is that all men should strive together in h armony and share their joys together in amity. Through unity, humanity can achieve purity, leadin g to divinity. The three great enemies of man are lust, anger and greed. These have to be eliminate d. The greatest quality in man is love. Love is God. Live in love. ================================== fr 2005 . Man today does not know what Sathya and Dharma are. Dharma is taken to be duty . This interpretation is not correct. This is only an English translation, rathe r inadequately expressed! The real interpretation of Dharma is Dharayati iti Dharma (that which sustains i s Dharma). It sustains the human life. Sathya (Truth) emerges from the Hridaya Nabhi (Heart region) of hus, when a man led a life of Sathya and Dharma, he will become avas and Droupadi led such a noble life by following Sathya and present difficulties and humiliations are due to non adherence a human being. T sacred. The Pand Dharma. All your to Dharma.

This holy day of Shivarathri must be spent in the constant contemplation of God chanting the holy name of Shiva right from early in the morning till you go to b ed. The proper definition of Divinity would be Ekam, Nityam, Vimalam, Achalam, Sarva dhee Sakshibhutam Bhavateetam Trigunarahitam (One without a second, eternal, pur e, unchanging, witness to all functions of the intellect, beyond one's imaginati on, beyond the three Gunas (Sattwa, Rajas and Thamas) One of the names attributed to Lord Shiva is Mrityunjaya, which means one who ha

s transcended death Lord Shiva has. Lord Shiva however, chose to name the child as "Amrutaputra" (so n of immortality). In fact, every human being is an Amrutaputra. Even the Upanis hads declare him so. The Upanishads reveal the true identity of a human being by addressing as Srunvantu Viswe Amrutasya Putrah (Oh the children of immortality! Listen). Dear Devotees and Students! You are also Amrutaputras, not Anrutaputras (sons of immortality, not falsehood) . One who is an Amrutaputra is not affected by change and death. You verily are the embodiments of the changeless, eternal principle. Once Mother Parvati was putting child Ganapati to sleep by rocking the cradle an d singing a lullaby, "Oh Amrutaputra! Sleep my dear! Sleep. If you are awake, th e whole world will be awake." Lakshmidevi, the consort of Lord Vishnu came there and witnessed the scene. She felt that it was rather a strange lullaby. She enq uired about the name of the child and Parvati told her that His name was Amrutap utra. Lakshmidevi further enquired from where did she get that name. Parvati rep lied that it was Lord Shiva who gave that name to the child. One who had descended from Easwarattwa is Easwara Himself. You are all Amrutaputras. Hence, constantly remain under that awareness. Proclai m yourself to be Amrutaputras. Whatever name has been already given to you, pref ix that name with "Amrutaputra" People call Him "Kailasavasi" (the Lord who resides in Kailasa). Where is Kailas a? It is only when you contemplate on Him in the depth of silence that you can v isualise Lord Easwara in Kailasa. Therefore, one has to practise "Mouna" (silenc e). And that silence implies total stillness of thought and word

=========================================================== Shiva Purana further says that performing abhisheka of Shiva Linga with six diff erent dravyas including milk, yoghurt, honey, ghee, sugar and water while chanti ng Sri Rudram, Chamakam and Dasa Shanthi pleases Lord Shiva the most. According to the mythology, each of these dravya used in the abhisheka blesses a unique qu ality: Milk is for the blessing of purity and piousness. Yogurt is for prosperity and progeny. Honey is for sweet speech. Ghee is for victory. Sugar is for happiness. Water is for purity.

That Eye of the sky, divinely placed, rising bright before us, May we see for a hundred autumns! And may we live for a hundred autumns, May we hear for a hundred autumns, May we speak for a hundred autumns, And may we hold our heads high for a hundred autumns, Yes, even more than a hundred autumns.

Holy Shukla Yajurveda Samhita XXXVI:17-24. Trans. R. L. Kashyap ==================================== panchakshara has five syllables, so is Lord Shiva with five faces. Depending upo n which letter the panchakshara is starting with, the panchakshara gets the name of a face of the God. namaHshivAya is the sadyojAta panchAkshara and shivAyanam aH is the aghora panchAkshara or the aghora mantra. ============================================= All on Shiva Date:5 Mar 1973 Occasion:Shivarathri Place:Brindavan Teacher of Teachers Sivarathri is observed every month, on the fourteenth night of the dark half; fo r the moon which is the presiding deity of the human mind, has only just one nig ht more to be a non-entity, with no influence on the agitation of the Mind. In t he month of Magha, the fourteenth night is named Maha (Great) Sivarathri, for, i t is sacred for another reason too. It is the day on which Siva takes the Linga Form, for the benefit of seekers. Siva is revered as the form which is to be ado red for the acquisition of Jnana of Wisdom. Jnana Maheswaraad Icched, as the Ved as advise. Pray to Siva for enlightenment, through wisdom. So, do not treat this day lightly, and reduce the disciplines prescribed by the sages for its celebra tion, such as fast and vigil and uninterrupted recital of the name of God, into a routine ritual, or a change for picnic, revelry, rivalry or factious fun. Cont emplate this day and this night, on the Atma Linga, which emanates from Siva, th e Jyothi Linga, the symbol of the supreme light of wisdom, and be convinced that Siva is in every one of you. Let that vision illumine your inner consciousness. A fence is necessary to protect growing crops; but, when no crop is growing, why spend time and money on a fence? The orange is covered by a rind which is not v ery tasty, in order to protect it from too early consumption. Outer ritual is pr escribed to shelter the inner message from being tampered with. Sivarathri too l ike all other holy days in the Hindu and other religious calendars has many such outer ceremonial observances and a deep core of inner significance. But, human nature prefers the easier path of outer formality to the path of inner disciplin e and direct experience. Visiting Siva shrines, arranging for worship through priests of Siva Lingams, po uring sanctified waters, potfuls of them over consecrated idols, fasting, vigil and such other activities are resorted to on this day. But, these are not quite relevant to the real purpose of the festival. To fulfil these rites and vows, on e need not wait one full year and consult the astrologer and his calendar of hol y days. When man takes in food four times a day, in order that his body may keep functioning efficiently, is it too much to ask him to feed the mind with good t houghts and godly acts, at least once every day?. The mind too needs clean and s ustaining food. Consider the significance of the form that Siva has assumed for human adoration: In His neck, He has the holocaust---producing poison, Halahala, that can destro y all life in a trice. On His head, He has the sacred Ganga River, whose waters can cure all ills, here and hereafter. On His forehead, He has the eye of fire. On His head, He has the cool comforting moon. On His wrists, ankles, shoulders a nd neck He wears deadly cobras, which live in life--giving breath of air. Siva l

ives in the burial ground and the burning ghat, the Rudrabhumi, as it is called-the land of Siva or Rudra. The place is no area of dread; it is an auspicious a rea, for all have to end their lives there, at the close of this life or a few m ore lives. Siva is teaching you that death cannot be shunned or frightened away. It has to be gladly and bravely met. Siva, again, is said to go about with a begging bowl. He teaches that, renunciat ion, detachment, indifference to good fortune or bad, these are the paths to att ain Him. Siva is known as Mrtyunjaya, He who vanquishes death. And He is also th e Kaamaari, the destroyer of desire. These two names show that he who destroys d esire can conquer death, for desire breeds activity, activity breeds consequence , consequence breeds bondage, bondage results in birth and birth involves death. Iswara is also symbolized in the Linga Form, Lings is derived from the Sanskrit root, Li, means Leeyathe, 'merges'; it is the form in which all forms merge. Siv a is the goal who blesses beings with the most desirable gift of meaning in the universe. That is the end, the death, which one should strive for, the end which Siva can vouch-safe. Realize the God in you first; then, if you involve yoursel f with the material world, no harm can come to you, for you will recognize the o bjective world as but the body of God. But, if you try to involve yourself with the objective world first, and then try to discover God who is material only. Ag ain, you can direct your spiritual efforts in either of two ways: endeavor to re ach you. Follow the commands of God, and He will be pleased to raise you up. Fol low the path of inquiry and discover where He resides, and realize Him there. Yo u can follow either means. But, reaching Him is the inescapable task of man. Siva means, graciousness; auspiciousness; Mangalam. He is all graciousness, ever auspicious, Sarva Mangalam. That is the reason why the epithet, Sri, which indi cates these qualities, is not added to the name Siva, Sankara, lsvara etc. It is added to the number of Avatars, for they have taken on perishable bodies for a specific purpose. They have to be distinguished from other humans, by the epithe t, Siva is eternally gracious, auspicious, mangala and so the epithet is superfl uous. Siva is adored as the teacher of teachers, Dakshinamurti. The form of Siva is itself a great lesson in tolerance and forbearance. The Halahala poison is hidden by Him in His Throat; the beneficent moon which al l welcome, He has worn on His Head. This is a lesson for man to keep away from o thers all harmful tendencies and to use for their benefit all useful tendencies that he can command. If one uses his skills for his own advance, and his evil pr opensities for putting down others, he is only taking the road to ruin. Man is inherently Divine; he ought therefore demonstrate in thought, word and de ed the Divine attributes of love, tolerance, compassion and humanity. God is Tru th; man too must live in Truth. God is Love; man too must live in Love, eschewin g anger. Master hatred through Love; master anger through sweet tolerance. There are many who bargain with God, and offer Him gifts of money or articles if He w ould confer Grace. If one believes that God can be mollified by the gift of a co conut or a purse of 116 rupees, I wonder what kind of God he has in his mind? Is his conception of God so mean, so contemptible? Those who plan to have their de sires granted through riches can never deserve the name, devotee. Those who enco urage the payment of money for spiritual gains or for gaining Divine favor are a lso to be condemned. This is the reason why the Gita lays down that God will be pleased by offering leaf, flower or fruit or even a drop of water. But even thes e four articles are materials.

The Gita does not intend that you should pluck a leaf or flower or a fruit from some plant or tree and place it before God. Nor does it ask you to bring water f rom a well or river or the roadside tap. The leaf is your own body, which like t he leaf, sprouts greens, fades, and finally falls off from the branch. The flowe r is the heart freed from the insect pests of lust, anger, greed, attachment, pr ide, hate etc. The fruit is the mind, the consequence of its yearnings, which ha ve to be dedicated to God. The water is the stream of tears that flow from the e yes when one is in ecstatic Bliss at the contemplation of, God's glory. Giving t hese four is the real act of surrender, Saranagathi. The offering of leaves or f lowers or fruits or river water is at best a way of helping the plant or tree or river to secure a little merit. There are some who declare glibly, "O, I have surrendered my body, mind, intelle ct, my everything to God". These people have no control over their minds and the emotions and passions they are filled with They have no mastery over their reas on. They are not even able to regulate their bodies. So, it is indeed ridiculous for them to claim that they have offered them to God. How can they give to God what is not theirs? What right have they? How can any one accept the gift of som ething which does not belong to the giver'? In fact, you need not surrender anything at all. Love all beings---that is enoug h. Love with no expectation of return; love for the sake of love; love because y our very nature is love; love because that is the form of worship you know and l ike. When others are happy, be happy likewise. When others are in misery, try to alleviate their lot to the best of your ability. Practice love through Seva. By this means, you will realize unity and get rid of the ego that harms. ========================================================== Date:7 Mar 1978 Occasion:Shivaratri Place:Brindavan God, the Source of Good Shivarathri is a very auspicious day for all. It is the fourteenth day of the lu nar fortnight when the moon is waning and the sun is in the sign of Aquarius. Th e festival is, however, related to the moon rather than the sun. That is the rea son why it is called Shivarathri, the night of Shiva. Unlike other nights, this particular night is the night of consecration, of dedication, of illumination. The mind is intimately associated with the moon. Chandra, the deity of the moon, is the presiding deity of the mind. He loses one sixteenth of his brilliance ev ery day after the full moon day and continues waning until on this night he is l eft with just one sixteenth of his power. The waned moon may be taken to stand f or the mind with all its wild fancies and waywardness reduced after it has been conquered by spiritual discipline. On this night there is just a minute part mor e to be conquered and that can be done by keeping vigil and dwelling on the glor y of God. The vigil that is prescribed is symbolic of the eternal vigil one has to observe, while the rite of fasting is symbolic of divesting the senses of the pleasures for which they crave. The nightlong devotional singing is significant of the life-long consciousness of the Divine Presence that every one should cul tivate. The rites and vows laid down for Shivarathri being absent on other night s of the year, their observance on this day comes as a reminder that they are us eful. You must realize that devotional singing, reflection on the name of God, and off

erings at the lotus feet are not for pleasing or propitiating God, but for our o wn spiritual progress. Recitation of the Divine attributes only enables us to dwell on elevating ideals and approximate ourselves more and more to the Divinity that is our nature. We become what we contemplate. By constant thought an ideal gets imprinted on our h eart. When we fix our thoughts on the evil that others do, our mind gets pollute d by the evil. When, on the contrary, we fix our mind on the virtues or well bei ng of others, our mind is cleansed of wrong and entertains only good thoughts. N o evil thought can penetrate the mind of a person wholly given to love and compa ssion. The thoughts we indulge in shape our nature; along with others, they affe ct us too. For example, when a flash is released to photograph someone, his face is lit; but so, too, to a certain extent, is the face of the photographer. Im merse your mind in good thoughts and the world will be good; soak it in bad thou ghts and the world will be bad for you. So, recollect only good; do, think, and plan only good; speak and act only good. Then as a result you will approximate G od, the source of all good. This is the message of Shivarathri. The very Divine principle which seekers strive to visualize by means of years of asceticism and renunciation is before you, here and now; realize the good fortu ne you are endowed with. I have this day, the holy day of Shivarathri, granted p ardon for all the errors you have fallen into knowingly or unknowingly up to thi s time. Have auspicious thoughts, speak auspicious words, and do auspicious deed s. And as a result of this, attain the embodiment of auspiciousness, Shiva Himse lf. ======================= Symbolic Meaning of Lord Shiva to Me When I look at an image of Lord Shiva, it seems to reveal something to my inner self, as it does to all living beings, blessed to know about him, blessed to be able to worship him. To begin with, he is the only powerful deity, who does not adorn jewels, clothes, or surround himself with luxuries. He dresses in just a t iger skin, just bare-basic clothing for survival, no ornaments, gold, gems or cr owns. His first outright message is to disengage the mind from distractions of w ealth, temporary beauty image, and luxury that maya traps us into and we so will ingly stay chained into, and we waste our time running after. His message is to refrain from getting too materialistic and to understand that simplicity is a sign of power. He is so powerful, yet so humble and simple in hi s persona. His half open and tied tresses, show how he does let his hair-down, stay calm, e njoy surroundings, and he wants us to live each day as it comes, enjoying the mo ment, yet his half tied tresses, indicate, we should continue to do our duty, at our pace. His tied hair, continuously saves the Earth from the powerful flow of the river Ganga. If he gives up his dharma, the entire earth will submerge. So, it indicates a middle path of doing one's duty continuously, inside us, the que st to seek the divine should never die. Keep the thirst and quest on, keep doing your duties to others, yet, enjoying the beauty and joys that surround us.

The Moon on his head, might indicate that he lives on the highest point, on Eart h, Mt. Kailash, that he lives close to us, and every night the moon transiting t he night sky, is worn by the head of the almighty who is also watching over us,

every second. He saved the moon from the curse of Daksha and thus gave the Moon a place to stay.

The nilakanth, or his blue neck, with the story of his drinking hala-hal vrish f rom the samudra manthan, could tell a human, that vaani/speech can be like vrish or poison, and should always be under check. So many karmas turn bad, just due to bad words emitted in the heat-of-a-moment and the snake in his neck is a moti vation for us to arouse our kundalini shakti. The three and a half coiled snake, we see so many times, is that bhujangini shakti- kundalini shakti, that can act ivate the sleeping parts of the brain, elevating us from the current level and h elping us reach our divine God. Vanmalaa or garland in his neck, indicates his love for nature, his love for Dan ce, Music, drama and beauty, which show his artistic sides. It also indicates, h is soft side within. His trident or Trishul with three spears, could be an indicator or symbol of des troying all three gunas, the Rajo, Tamo and Sattva Guna. He is motivating us to try and rise above the ebb and flow of the three gunas. The Trishul can also mea n he wants us to reach for moksha, by killing the present, past and future, whic h are symbolised by the three spears of trishul. His third eye, or activated Ajna chakra, sends the message to meditate, and with the opening of this pineal gland chakra, shall all our karmas, moha, lobh, krod h, and kaam , be destroyed. His Damru (hand drum), is like a wake up call, asking us to wake up from this mu ddle of maya, that it is high time, we humans utilize this yoni, yog, opportunit y and get out of this endless cycle of sufferings, to go back home to Ananda sta te and start working towards the real goal of life. The bells on his waist, are a reassuring sign, that when we will walk through th e dark jungle of tapas, of mediation we will not walk alone, through the sides, by our side, he will walk us through it. His presence will be felt deep in the s tate of samadhi, he will make us feel it. Nandi ji - the Bull - can indicate the male energy. The cow is the most precious possession for mankind and the Bull is thus the male other half of this nurturi ng cow. Milk, butter, ghee and so much more comes from cows, but the Bull is the silent father who does contribute. He also ploughs the land, that then becomes ready for seeds for farming. Again, the seeds are sown, but earth is made ready by the Bull. Finally - the lingam , to me, is the matter part of a deepak jyoti. Mata Shakti can be the ghee/oil that will nourish the jyoti, but unless the cotton lump take s the form of linga, or a conical upright form, the creation of heat and light t o nourish, nurture, and guide humans cannot be created. We stare at it, create t he essence of the universe everyday, in our puja, yet we do not grasp the secret s it is showing us. Every linga of Shiv Ji tells us, how matter and energy have combined, to create light - knowledge - which should help us free ourselves from this Maya and provide heat - which is nurturing and nourishing us. om namah shivaya! om aem hrim kleem chamundayae vicchaye!