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“The word “Shi-va” means literally, “that which is not”. Shiva is Nothingness.
This piece of abstract art is symbolic of these energies and ‘nothingness’ that is experienced by a yogi. It features an interesting rendition of Shiva along with serpents against a crescent moon.
“Shiva” also refers to the Adiyogi or the first yogi, and also the Adi Guru, the first Guru, who is the basis of what we know as the yogic science today, according to Sadhguru. And, this copper wall panel is the artist’s attempt to capture the essence of Shiva in an abstract way. Experience a cultural and spiritual metaphor in your ambience with this thoughtful copper panel.
Why Isha Life’s Copper Shiva Wall Panel?
- High quality wall panel made of copper
- Abstract rendition with deeper symbolism
- Features Shiva with serpents
How big is it? (in inches)
Sadhguru Says: “Shiva does not spell religion. Shiva spells responsibility - our ability to take our very life process in our hands.”
Also Read: Who is Shiva? Man, Myth or Divine?
Also Watch: Adiyogi Shiva: The First & Ultimate Zen Master