Do not let the poison cross the throat
This is a month when Lord Shiv drank the poison to ensure the balance of the universe is maintained. Shiva is within every being, every plant and everything here and beyond. When the oceans were churned, the poison came out first which was followed by the eternal nectar.
The poison was dangerous and frightening for every being in the universe - both the Suras and the Asuras. Suras were the people who were in tune or in Sur with the ecosystem of the universal energy and the Asuras were the ones out of sync with the nature's process. The poison would have affected both these entities equally. Lord Shiv drank the poison to protect the interest of the beings at both camps as this was the only way to maintain the balance. This ongoing time is no different - the poison may seem to be taking over but those who understand that Shakti did not allow the poison go through to Shiva's heart will be able to understand the code of this difficult time.
Do not let that guilt or negative energy prevail in the heart as this is a time when Lord Shiva is doing the rounds of the Earth and is open to assist those in need. The only catch is that those who allow the poison to go beyond the throat will face challenges. Those who sustain the pressure during this time will be rewarded handsomely with the eternal nectar - the condition is to trust the power of the Shiva and Shakti within. It is time to roll up the sleeves and face the enemy within with focus and diplomacy. Anger, depression and short tempered approach will only add the poison within the heart. Guilt is certainly a killer during this time.
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