Shiva and Shakti are indistinguishable. They are one. They are the Universe. Shiva isn’t masculine. Shakti isn’t feminine. Shiv embodies auspiciousness, while Shakti creativity. At the core of their mutual penetration, the supreme consciousness opens. In order to energies the masses and reveal the utmost secret of Shiva Bhakti, a devotional concert celebrating the glory of Lord Shiva (Shiv Mahima Gungan) was organized by the working members of Sun City Welfare Team in association with DJJS at Shri Baba Augharnath Temple in Meerut Cantt (U.P.) on November 25, 2019.
The event commenced with the holy prayer at the lotus feet of Lord Shiva. The divine series of Devotional Songs and prayers unfolded many divine secrets related to Lord Shiva and also enlightened the audience’s path to embark the spiritual journey to attain Shiva. The audience was infused with peace and divinity by Sadhvi Lokesha Bharti Ji who was the orator of the event. She is the preacher disciple of DJJS who explained how a perfect master is a must for the devotee to understand the true meaning of Shiv Shakti.
At the event, Sadhvi Ji brought to the audience’s attention the spiritual meaning of the Jyotirlinga. The term jyotirlinga is translated in English as the ‘pillar of light’. Sadhvi Ji said that we worship Lord Shiva in the form of a Jyotirlinga because it represents the true form of divinity. The actual form of God is light and it exists within each of us but merely saying or believing this fact will not bring us closer to Lord Shiva. God must be seen for it can be seen. Every human being can witness God as light through the process of an ancient Indian spiritual technique called Brahm Gyan (Divine Knowledge). Sadhvi Ji shed light on the importance of the inner Jyotirlinga that could be experienced and worshipped only with the blessings of perfect master. She also laid emphasis on many special personality traits of Lord Shiva that carries a life- changing lessons in them.
Known as the purest of the pure knowledge in the ancient Indian sacred texts, Brahm Gyan is mentioned to have been bestowed upon humans by Lord Shiva himself. The Adiyogi representation, Lord Shiva’s meditative pose in Indian temple art, metaphorically suggests the same. However, not everyone holds the key to this divine wisdom but only the one who has mastered it within himself and can pass it on to others in its pure form, namely the Guru. It is, thus, necessary to seek the Guru and attain eternal knowledge for only then we all can unlock the inner pillar of light.
Sadhvi Ji, while concluding the event, urged the audience to begin their journey to the true form of Lord Shiva with the grace of a perfect spiritual Master. Audience got infused with peace and divinity by singing inspiring Shiva’s devotional songs. The soul-stirring bhajans touched the hearts and created an aura of positivity within the surrounding environment and the entire temple premises echoed with the sound of “Har Har Mahadev”. At the end of the event, all the guests extended their appreciation for the efforts of DJJS in the establishment of world peace.