Dance of Shiv - Shakti

Shiv means that which is not. It is a cosmic man lying down all around cosmos and he is not physical matter, he is opaque and then Shakti came and she danced around a certain level of energy around Shiv.


Today modern science is saying that there are virtual protons and neutrons in vacuum spaces and wherever Electromagnetic forces apply they organize themselves into electrical order. So, when Shakti danced around Shiv, Shiv got irritated and woke up from his sleep and when he woke up from sleep he roared so we call him Rudra. Rudra means “roar”.


There are many bang in the universe but it can’t be called roar. When Shiv roared he spat out galaxies which are not real. They are non-material galaxies then, Shakti came and touches Shiv.

When shakti touched Shiv she gathered Inertia (ability to remain still or move in constant direction at constant speed) till then she was Aesthetic (sense of beauty / giving or designed to give beauty through pleasure). You cannot gather Inertia without Mass. So, before Shakti didn’t have mass. She touched Shiv and gathered Mass and she became more stable. This is what creation is today.


Lord Shiva's statue also symbolizes the dance of sub- atomic particles in an atom. An atom is the net work of its sub-atomic particles- electron, neutron and proton.


The sub-atomic particles cannot be separated. They are performing energy dance in an atom. If this atomic energy dance is disturbed by destroying it, enormous energy is released.

Shiv's dance is the dance of cosmic energy. It is a dance of sub-atomic matter.


It is a continual dance of creation and destruction involving the entire Cosmos.


Hiranyagarbh, meaning the "golden fetus" or "golden womb". In Rig Ved it is a name for the source of the creation of the Universe.


According to Upanishads Hiranyagarbh floated around in water in the emptiness and the darkness of the non-existence for about a year, and then broke into two halves which formed the Swarg and the Prithvi.

Ved's say that there is a single creator (god) existing before all other gods and is considered to be God of Gods and none beside him.