KAILASA's Sri Paramashiva & Parashakti

Nithyananda Meditation Academy

In the Scriptures

Purva bhaga, Patala 71 Sakalotpatti vidhi, Sloka 8 & 9

इत्येवं निष्कळं प्रोक्तं परं भावमिति स्मृतम्।
सृष्टिस्थं लोकरक्षार्थं लोकस्योत्पत्तिकारणम्।।
साधकानां हितार्थं तु स्वेच्छया गृह्णते तनुः।

Translation:

In this way (Shiva) who is Nishkala – without any body and parts, who is the Ultimate Supreme Being, who is established in the Creation, who is the Cause of
the creation of the Universe, assumes a body out of His Free Will for the protection of the Universe, and for the welfare of the Spiritual seekers and
Devotees.

Srimad Karana Agama

सदाशिवं महेशं तु जाते चाव्यक्तरूपतः।
मनोन्मन्या भवानी तु एवं तु सकलं स्मृतम्।।
द्विविधं तत्समाख्यातं चलं चैवाऽचलं तथा।
चलं धातुमयं प्रोक्तं शैलं चलाचलं स्मृतम्।
अचलं मृन्मयं ज्ञेयं भित्तिचित्रपटं तथा।।
चित्रशैलं चलं हीनं चलं चित्रयुतं तथा।
कलयोरहितं युक्तं निष्कळं चेति कीर्तितः।
कलया सहितं यत्तत् तत्तत् सकळकीर्तितम्।।

Srimad Karana Agama, Translation

Sadashiva, the Supreme Isha, who is born from the unmanifest form, by using His Manonmani
Shakti /Sadashiva, the Supreme Isha, who is born from the unmanifest form along with His Manonmani Shakti, is known to be Sakala – manifestation of Sadashiva with body and parts. That manifestation is said to be of two types. Moving (chala) and unmoving (achala).

The form of Sadashiva made of dhatu (dhatu means vata-pitta-kapha dosha i.e., a living
body/metal/ mineral/ panchabhuta) is called chala – moving. The form of Sadashiva made of stone is called chalaachala (moving and unmoving). The form of Sadashiva made of mud, wall, cloth, painting is called achala (unmoving).The form of Sadashiva made of painting in a stone is called achala (unmoving) and also chala (moving). The form of Shiva which does not have any part sor body, is called Nishkala. All the forms of Shiva that have body and parts

shiva, parvati, shakti, mahadeva

The Source Material of The Whole Cosmos

 

Paramashiva is the source material of the whole Cosmos. He is beyond form and formless, he assumes the form just because of the devotion of the devotee.

 

Paramashiva’s energy is Parashakti. Likehow fire and its heat, and words and their meanings, are inseparable from each other and like how both are the expressions of each other, Paramashiva and Parashakti are the manifestation of the same Cosmic
Energy.

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