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‘Samhara’ the word that we use for destruction, actually means creating space for new things to happen, rejuvenation


¬†In the “vedic tradition”, Shiva, the lord of destruction, is considered auspicious. The very name “Shiva” means “causeless auspiciousness”. You will be surprised to know that in Sanskrit if you literally translate the word for destruction, “samhara” it does not mean destruction, it means rejuvenation. The word that we use commonly for destruction actually means creating space for new things to happen. Even destruction can be looked at from a different dimension of rejuvenating or creating a new space for better things to happen.

Even the disease which happens to your body just creates a new space so that you can start having a new body and so that you can get ready to live a new life. You can just restart the whole process.

….¬†According to the vedic tradition no experience goes waste. Every time when you move from one moment to the next moment you are expanding,

See, actually restarting the whole process can heal many of your wounds. There are some wounds that can be healed by falling asleep and coming back. You will forget them when you wake up. There are some wounds that can’t be healed by falling asleep and coming back. At that point you decide, “Let me restart the whole process, let me just start afresh.” Then you allow the body to have some disease so that the rejuvenation process can start. According to the vedic tradition no experience goes waste. Every time when you move from one moment to the next moment you are expanding, you are growing, and you are learning. If you look from this angle even your death is auspicious because you are going to the next step. Only if you are not clear about the next step you will feel the fear of death.

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