Mother Goddess Charm, Shiva Pendant Necklace, Parvati Pendant, 2 Piece Heart Necklace

ℹ Details:

⏺ Made of 925 Sterling Silver

⏺ Finish Color: Sterling Silver, Gold Plated

⏺ Dimensions: 33 x 25 mm

⏺ Weight: 8.6 gr

Parvati and Shiva: A Love Story to Manifest Inner Power

Envisioning a clear intention

Shakti was reborn as Parvati. Her whole life, Parvati had a special love in her heart for Shiva. As a young girl, she sat in the meadow fluttering her eyes at him, placing flowers at his feet, cooing his name, and daydreaming about him opening his eyes, taking her into his arms, and feeling love’s embrace. Yet this never happened. All her daydreaming was not doing anything but frustrating her.
Parvati decided to act. She went to the god of love, Kama, and asked him to shoot an arrow into Shiva’s heart to arouse him. She was sure this would work. Kama, always down for love, shot an arrow into Shiva’s heart and woke him out of meditation. He opened his eyes and feeling the stirring of passion in his body, became enraged that he was brought out of his meditation. With a roar, he opened his third eye, and fire shot out and incinerated Kama. Shiva closed all three of his eyes and retreated inward. Parvati, distraught that her plan failed, sat and thought about what to do next.
Fear arrives cloaked as distraction, procrastination, and dissuasion. When you have to snack, avoid friends, update your social media status, or hide in the dark, you feed fear. The best way to tackle fear is through action. How many times have you begun a project, a paper, a career, or a dream, only to run head-on into a speed bump and give up? Or show your true self to someone, only to later feel embarrassed at your vulnerability? This is often the place where many people give up, put down their dreams, and retreat back to their comfort zone. Yet this is also where the powers of inner strength begin to rise and the process of dissolution starts. This is where layers of baggage burn away, limiting thoughts diminish, and fear lessens.

Parvati begins to meditate. For thousands of years, she stands on one leg in hot coals. For thousands of years, she stands on the other leg in the cold snow. During these meditations, she builds tapas, and inner heat and her own power grows so strong that Shiva, deep in his meditation, feels her presence and awakens from his meditation. Shiva and Parvati marry and between their love-making, discuss yoga.
Parvati doesn’t gain Shiva’s attention because she is beautiful. She gains his attention because her inner light was brilliant. Parvati, unable to rely on wishing and hoping, has to go on an inner journey. Each of us has this journey to go on. Along the way, we fall down, tip over, get twisted, and arrive wiser. Parvati represents that part of us that doesn’t give up. She shows us that hard work and inner discipline are necessary for growth.

Whenever we desire something that makes us feel alive, we must travel to our heart center to find it. We look at people who seem to be living our dream and wish for their attention, their money, their love, their luck, or their life. This story shows us we can manifest our desires into reality, but we have to be willing to do the work. Let go of expectations and get in the dirt. Parvati did not raise her vibrations by placing flowers dotingly at Shiva’s feet, but rather by standing on her own. Connect to the dazzling brilliance within, belief in your own inner strength, continue to develop your inner power and experience how everything unfolds for you.

Shiva is the destroyer, God of the yogis, self-controlled and celibate, while at the same time a remarkable lover of his spouse. Parvati is a family Goddess, known for her wifely devotion to Lord Shiva. She has many other names and aspects. Often Durga, Shakti, and Kali might be considered other forms of Parvati.

They are a symbol of love, power, and devotion. The principle power of Shiva comes from helping you realize your true self by destroying the aspects of your beliefs and false ego. Whatever Shiva dissolves is recreated by his consort Parvati, the goddess of love, fertility, and devotion. Together they make a formidable couple. When you invoke the qualities Shiva and Parvati reveal, it enables you to adopt new behaviors and leads to personal transformation. Lord Shiva is an unpredictable God. Although he can appear tranquil, he easily flies into fits of rage, impulsive acts, and, at times, can be callous. Yet he is considered the most powerful of the Gods in Hindu Mythology. Brahma and Vishnu come to realize this in the story of the Shiva Linga – the Universal energy of life that has no beginning and no end.



❌Avoid contact with perfumes, lotions, water, and other chemicals.

**Please remove before:

❌Exercising, at the gym, or playing contact sports
❌Having a Shower
❌Swimming, hot tubs, or saunas
❌Very hot places (such as when lying out at the beach or pool)

❌Store separately, in a cool, air-tied dry place.


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