There is a beautiful story in the yogic Lore. The wedding of Shiva, the Adiyogi, and Parvati was a great matter. Since Parvati was a Princess, all were invited, with the rank and name in the Region: kings and Queens, gods and goddesses, each in their pomp, one more beautiful than the others.
And then the groom, Shiva, with Dreadlocks, matted hair came from the head to the feet smeared with ash, in the fresh skin of an elephant, which was dripping with blood. He was totally intoxicated, completely blissful. His entourage consisted of mangled and distorted beings, which had no human form.
They made each other all sorts of sounds in a language that nobody could understand.
Parvatis mother Meena looked at these groom and fainted! Parvati went to Shiva and begged him: All I want is you, just as you are. But for my mother’s sake show you a little more pleasant.“
Shiva did so, and took a very nice figure, dressed well, and then came back for the wedding. When they saw Shiva transforms, they said, he was a Sundaramurti. That is to say, he was the most beautiful human being you had ever seen. He was nine feet tall. It is said that when Shiva status, he was at the same height with a horse’s head.
When he came to South India, he is supposed to be twice as big as an average woman there, which was, in General, four and a half to five feet tall. He was about nine feet tall, the most beautiful man and everyone was overwhelmed by his presence.
Shiva and Parvati As an ascetic, a Princess married
Shiva took the wedding place. In India, especially in this kind of wedding, be made known to the ancestors of the bride and groom with great Pride. They tell the story of her descent, where they come from, how to clean your blood, and trace back the whole tree. What applies to the bride, so Parvatis father Himavat, the king of the Himalayan mountain region.
Many glorious things have been said about the descent of the bride. Now, you asked:
Shiva just sat still and silent. He said nothing. None of his retinue to be able to speak a recognizable language. They gave kakophon of noise. The father of the bride was appalled: How is he going to marry my daughter? No one knows where he comes from, who his parents are, what its origin is. How can I give this man my daughter?“ He rose in anger.
Because of the way Narada, who was also a wedding guest stepped forward, with his einsaitigen Instrument called Ekatara.
He plucked a single String: The king was even more angry.
Narada said: He has no father, he has no mother.“
He is born from the vibration. He has no Parenting, no ancestors, no lineage. He is Swayambhu, self created, a being without ancestors.“
The king freaked out, but the wedding took place.
The wedding of Shiva and Parvati: the symbolism of The story
The story reminds us that we make when we speak of Adiyogi, by a civilized man, but of a prototype, which is in a state of absolute unity with life. He is pure consciousness, completely without a claim, never repetitive, always spontaneous, always inventive, constantly creative.
He is just life itself.
This is the basic prerequisite for the spiritual process. If you’re sitting here as a mere bundle of thoughts, Beliefs and opinions, that is, with a memory Stick that you have from the outside, snapped, and you’re subjected to the psychological process. But if you’re sitting here as a part of life, you’ll become one with the existential process. If you’re willing, you can get access to the entire universe.
Life has it all for you left open. The existence of anyone has something to closed. It has been said: You don’t have to knock because there is no real door.
If you don’t understand it, to push the life of the memory and repetition aside, can you just go through it. The path to realization is wide open.