One of those nights. I’m in complete bliss - not because of anyone or anything. Just in a state of Being. The state where you have everything you need to be at peace in this present moment.
P.S : time to get on my ass to run a party tonight 😝
DIEN CHAN SELF TREATMENT 💖
Slowly saying goodbye to 2019 - it's been a good year and it was overdue, I broke down some barriers let some people in and let some people go. I realise what " female " friendship is about ! LOVE my girly friends ....💖 you bring me support , fun and strength into my life! We really are a force to be reckoned with .Love watching my boys grow into themselves and be a change to this Universe - to become the person I couldn't manage to be ....and so grateful for all my life experiences , I've learned so much about myself . I'm ready to embrace 2019 .
It really is about love , friendship and hope . We are all trying our best living our illusion .....If I can push towards my dreams and start over at 50 you can too . If you are lucky earth angels will step into your life along the way and gently push you in the right direction . My heart is full of love this morning .....but sometimes its not strong but weeps far to much emotion for me to deal with 💕but that's fine it means I'm totally alive ......
The Tandava or celestial dance of Lord Siva is extremely thrilling and charming, exquisitely graceful in pose and rhythm and intensely piercing in effect. Tāṇḍava (ताण्डव) or Tāṇḍava nṛtya (ताण्डव नृत्य) is a divine dance performed by the Hindu god Shiva. Shiva's Tandava is described as a vigorous dance that is the source of the cycle of creation, preservation and dissolution. While the Rudra Tandava depicts his violent nature, first as the creator and later as the destroyer of the universe, even of death itself; the Ananda Tandava depicts him as enjoying. In Shaiva Siddhanta tradition, Shiva as Nataraja (lit. "Lord of dance") is considered the supreme lord of dance.
The dance is a pictorial allegory of the five principal manifestations of eternal energy: 'Srishti' (सृष्टि) - creation, evolution 'Sthiti' (स्थिति) - preservation, support 'Samhara' (संहार) - destruction, evolution 'Tirobhava' (तिरोभाव) - illusion 'Anugraha' (अनुग्रह) - release, emancipation, grace. Thus Tandava symbolizes the cosmic cycles of creation and destruction, as well as the daily rhythm of birth and death. Rudra Tandava: A dancer depicting Shiva kicking Yama, the god of Death. Tandava, as performed in the sacred dance-drama of southern India, has vigorous, brisk movements. Performed with joy, the dance is called Ananda Tandava. Performed in a violent mood, the dance is called Rudra Tandava. In the Hindu texts, at least seven types of Tandava are found: Ananda Tandava, Tripura Tandava, Sandhya Tandava, Samhara Tandava, Kali (Kalika) Tandava, Uma Tandava and Gauri Tandava.
The dance of Lord Siva is for the welfare of the world. The object of His dance is to free the souls from the fetters of Maya, from the three bonds of Anava, Karma and Maya. He is not the destroyer but He is the regenerator. He is the Mangala Data and Ananda Data, bestower of auspiciousness and bliss. He grants boons quickly, for a little Tapas or a little recitation of His five letter
✨ O PODER DO SABER ✨ ~
a busca por conhecimento é eterna ~
uma vez plantada a semente do saber em nossos corações, nos tornamos eternos aprendizes ~
o processo é contínuo e altamente expansivo, pois nos liberta das crenças limitantes e dos padrões sociais que inconscientemente se instalam no nosso ser ~
através da ressignificação dessas crenças desbloqueamos o nosso real potencial e nos tornamos aptos a criarmos a nossa própria realidade ~
em resumo, tudo isso é um treinamento mental diante dos diversos limitadores que foram implantados ao longo das inúmeras jornadas da nossa alma ~
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