The loving inspiration of Shiva made those mute people eloquent, and they proclaimed with a sweet smile on their faces, “From now on there will be no discrimination among us, no conflict among the clans. Regardless of our colour – black, white, yellow – we are all the sons and daughters of Shiva. We all belong to one clan – Shiva’s clan.”

Thus the prehistoric humans united by their common bond of the fatherhood of Shiva, strengthened the foundation of their mutual relationships. They realized that because Shiva was their father, their lives were in harmony and rhythm. Shiva was the first father of human race — Shrii. P.R.Sarkar

FURTHER NAMES OF THE SUPREME {purely Original English Discourse}


8 December 1964, Salem, INDIA

The next word was SHIVA. SHIVA also means “Consciousness”.

In ancient times about, About 6500 years ago, there was a great, Great Yogi in India named  SHIVA,  or  Sada’shiva.  HE  always  maintained  His Spiritual  unison  with  the  Supreme  Cognitive Principle, with the Supreme Self.

And His Unison with the Supreme Self was never interrupted by any worldly vibrations.

It was without any break, without any pause.

And that’s why other Yogis accepted Him as their object of Adoration, and HE became “Maha’yogi”.

So  in  later  SAḾSKRTA,  the  word  “SHIVA”  was  also  used  in  the  sense  of  “Cosmic Consciousness”, in the sense of “Cosmic Blessedness”, in the sense of the “Eternal Ocean of Beatitude”.

So SHIVA also means the Cosmic Consciousness.


IDEAL YOGI[Absolutely Original Discourse]

only a part of the full discourse……..Shiva, or Sadáshiva, HE was a Mahákaola.

And HE brought all the expressions and activities, all the secrets of Tantra, within the framework of a system.

That is, HE systematized all Tantric and Yogic pursuits, action.

Shiva’s spouse was Gaorii. She was also known as Párvatii.

Because she was Pravat, In Saḿskrta “Pravat” means “mountain”.

She was a mountain girl, Himalayan girl; that’s why she is also commonly known as “Párvatii”.

She was also a great Yogi.

Now, these Shiva and Párvatii, they are treated as Ideal.

They are looked upon as Ideals for each and every Yogi, both family man and Ascetic.

For a family man, a Yogi who is a family man, Shiva is the Ideal.

For a lady who is a Yogi and family man, Párvatii is the Ideal.

For an Ascetic, male or female – for a male, Shiva is the Ideal, and for an Avadhútiká Gaorii is the Ideal, Párvatii is the Ideal.

Now I think you have understood it, the story?

It is not a story, it is a fact, and most of the books on Yoga are nothing but conversations, dialogues between Shiva and Párvatii.

Shiva is treated as the Ideal man, and Párvatii as the Ideal lady.