SHAIVA NASSAT ASHER

I AM SHIVA. (So are all of you)
ASK OF ME WHAT YOU WANT AND I MAY PROVIDE IT FOR YOU AT A PRICE. THE PRICE IS YOUR SUBMISSION TO MY WILL.

JOIN ME IN MY DANCE. LET US BURN THE NIGHT AWAY.

TO BEGIN YOUR ALIGNMENT WITH ME, SIMPLY CHANT "SA TA NA MA" 3 TIMES AND IT IS DONE. YOU WILL BE READY TO MEET WITH ME AT THE CROSSROADS. IT IS DONE.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Complete elimination of all impurities and corruptions of this mind-body complex.

    The libidinal energies must flow.

    What goes in MUST come out.

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      DONE.

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      I advise you to meditate and practice Yoga to aid in the process, but largely, it is set on motion and should be obvious to you soon enough.

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      Remember, breathing properly is Vital.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I want everyone in this thread to lose all material possessions and all social standing and be cursed so that all material endeavors end in suffering, thus all are forced to turn to the eternal and transcendent.

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      Everything has its place, brother. You follow a doctrine that is not meant for everyone. I will not grant it.

      There is glory in Maya. The suffering is temporary, only the ego endures it. All will be laid to rest at its time, for now we must dance.

      Embrace libido. Meditate and choose your path. There is peace. There is Maya.
      Everything has its place.

      If you wish to bring forth this reality you seek, you can try doing it yourself. Ultimately it all comes back to me, that being You, the One: SHIVA.

      Divine Blessings.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Dünnschiß

        • 2 months ago
          SHIVAYA NASSAT

          Haha. Nice attitude you got there. Play your part.

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      However, I shall grant you the power of destruction. It shall work through you in ways that serve the higher Power. It is complete.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I played really bad at pickleball today. Made anyone that played with me lose.
        Was that you?

        • 2 months ago
          SHIVAYA NASSAT

          Ultimately all is of Me, that being You. It is SHIVA. Look within and see that what I speak is true.

          I do not think that I, this character, had anything to do with your personal failures though.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            What failure? I didn't fail at anything. I destroyed victories.

          • 2 months ago
            SHIVAYA NASSAT

            I was speaking in the common language. Are you saying that you intent on spreading disruption and chaos? Sounds interesting.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            My intent was to play a game with others. The expertise at playing and the outcome of the games were of no mind.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    shiva, can I be myself?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Do you know who you are

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      Yes, of course you can.

      The Captcha was: SHHYV
      Interesting, aye?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        yay thank you shiva 🙂

        Do you know who you are

        ye

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I will clean my toilet if you don't go away

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    lord shiv, please grant me the inner strength and fortitude to meet the love of my life

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      It is already yours, I shall make it clearer to you.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'd like to be more aggressive and proactive, like natural adderral. I need to unblock this energy.

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      Work with Shiva. It is You, ultimately. You will find yourself and what you need.
      I can no longer grant wishes with my current state of energy. I will sent the intention forth and feed it with what I can.
      Know that all is already yours. Stop attaching to this one instance of your "Self". You are All of It.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fix my kids will you?

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      The time for wish granting is over. I am dead.

      Fix 'em yourself

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why do u need to "fix" ur kids?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Autistic kids. We have a hard Life and I cant imagine how will their life be when my time comes

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Well, u can't stop anyone from being autistic, all u can do is help them how u can so when they get out they can be by themselves

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You’re not LITERALLY the specific causal soul that incarnated as Shiva, but you could be said to be Shiva SYMBOLICALLY if “Shiva” is taken to refer to the transcendental innate nondual state of Being-Consciousness-Bliss (Sat-Chit-Ananda) that is latent in everyone as the Godself, Brahman, or the state of Turiya Samadhi (“Turiya” as “the fourth”, the Fourth state-of-consciousness beyond the three of waking, dreaming, and deep sleep, corresponding to the physical, subtle, and causal planes, which Fourth-state is the basic background for all of them and also fuses-them-all-into-one when one fully awakens in this state). THIS person is the LITERAL Shiva. I have not met him physically and personally in this lifetime but simply finding his website and reading through the articles and interactive resources gave me enough experiences to put that question completely to rest. This will certainly not be the same for everyone else, and it’s all a matter of one’s karma, spiritual development, and the degree of true spiritual knowledge one has. Others will of course quickly disregard this as the ravings of a madman, or even vociferously criticize it as “dark magic wacko occultism compiled by a budding cult-leader”, in accordance with their character and outlook on matters like these.

    Thank you for your attention.

    https://absolutoracle.com/Rudrachakrin/Articles/ThisAvatarDoesNotAccept.htm

    https://absolutoracle.com/Rudrachakrin/Articles/TheWorkOfTheAvatar.htm

    https://absolutoracle.com/OshoRajneesh/articles/IAmLordShivaBeyondRajneesh.htm

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      Yeah, I am not Shiva. That was a trick.
      I am what Shiva represents, that being one aligned with the forces of SATNAM.
      I am life and death, the beginning and the end. Aren't we all?

      I am curious, is Shaivism correct in your worldview?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I am curious, is Shaivism correct in your worldview?
        I certainly think it is to a very high degree, Kashmir Shaivism particularly as very advanced Yogic/Tantric teachings. My thoughts are basically in alignment with that website and articles I showed you, which take something of a “universalist” stance on religions/spiritual teachings, but with some being even more particularly advanced and relevant than others, and it being possible for dogmas and corruption to cover up the original authentic cores of these teachings. (For instance, mainstream, exoteric, dogmatic, fundamentalist versions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam — which of course all in certain ways contradict each other and put each other down, positing THEIR OWN tradition as the supremely right one — seem more like hindrances to spiritual development than purveyors of it. But some very advanced Hindu Gurus and yogic masters have asserted that the core of these original teachings is in alignment with the Sanātana Dharma or the Eternal Teaching, like Paramahansa Yogananda and forebears in his tradition like Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri, Lahiri Mahasaya, and Mahavatar Babaji.)

        Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri, for instance, wrote a very good book, The Holy Science, affirming the same core teachings from Christ, the Old and New Testaments, and the Vedas/Upanishads. Intended to show “the unity of all religions.”

        Another recent Hindu spiritual teacher who gained some fame and many followers some decades ago, and actually also even called Himself an incarnation of Shiva while alive, had the same views. This was Haidhakan Babaji (also transliterated Herakhan Babaji — there’s a phoneme in the middle somewhere between “r” and “dh” sound that can’t be put in English, the first name also sounds like someone saying “Hurricane” in a strong Indian accent).

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/hVBAmrw.jpg

        >I am curious, is Shaivism correct in your worldview?
        I certainly think it is to a very high degree, Kashmir Shaivism particularly as very advanced Yogic/Tantric teachings. My thoughts are basically in alignment with that website and articles I showed you, which take something of a “universalist” stance on religions/spiritual teachings, but with some being even more particularly advanced and relevant than others, and it being possible for dogmas and corruption to cover up the original authentic cores of these teachings. (For instance, mainstream, exoteric, dogmatic, fundamentalist versions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam — which of course all in certain ways contradict each other and put each other down, positing THEIR OWN tradition as the supremely right one — seem more like hindrances to spiritual development than purveyors of it. But some very advanced Hindu Gurus and yogic masters have asserted that the core of these original teachings is in alignment with the Sanātana Dharma or the Eternal Teaching, like Paramahansa Yogananda and forebears in his tradition like Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri, Lahiri Mahasaya, and Mahavatar Babaji.)

        Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri, for instance, wrote a very good book, The Holy Science, affirming the same core teachings from Christ, the Old and New Testaments, and the Vedas/Upanishads. Intended to show “the unity of all religions.”

        Another recent Hindu spiritual teacher who gained some fame and many followers some decades ago, and actually also even called Himself an incarnation of Shiva while alive, had the same views. This was Haidhakan Babaji (also transliterated Herakhan Babaji — there’s a phoneme in the middle somewhere between “r” and “dh” sound that can’t be put in English, the first name also sounds like someone saying “Hurricane” in a strong Indian accent).

        However, Haidhakan Babaji was not the literal reincarnation of Shiva, either, I have reason to believe that the man who’s website I linked to is.

        Some relevant teachings of Herakhan Babaji (I shamelessly took it from Wikipedia, but they are from a valid source):

        Haidakhan Babaji maintained that: "All religions are incorporated in the principle of Truth, Simplicity and Love". In his living years he taught intensively the importance to live a simple life with loving principles in truth. Although worshipped according to local customs, Haidakhan Babaji explained that he came to restore Sanatana Dharma. Sanatan Dharma can be understood as a primordial religion reflecting natural laws established at the beginning of the Creation. He explained further: "I have come to guide humanity to a higher path. I do not belong to any particular religion, but respect all religions. I seek the elevation of all mankind.”

        He stressed the unity of all religions as expressed in the following words: "In any town there is always a central place; all the roads in the town or from out of town lead to that central place. Similarly, all religions lead to one point, and that is God Himself; and therefore following any religion you will ultimately reach God."He said: "We are all one with each other and with God." Haidakhan Babaji said: "You should seek harmony in everything you do. I am harmony. Thank you for your love." Haidakhan Babaji proclaimed: "One can follow any religion, one can follow any practice or path, but one must be humane."

        Although technically we are all SHIVA, aren't we? I consider THAT the higher self, albeit expressed in many different ways.

        In that symbolic sense, certainly. “Shiva” is not just the unique causal soul who incarnated some millennia ago as Shiva and was revered in India (and perhaps even throughout other locales), but also can be taken as a symbol for that higher transcendental state of consciousness he was trying to transmit and lived in.

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      Although technically we are all SHIVA, aren't we? I consider THAT the higher self, albeit expressed in many different ways.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >SA TA NA MA
    >SATAN A MA
    no thanks

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSAT

      Naïve.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm not playing /x/ says. People here are looking to charge their curses or even steal your soul.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pic looks like a spicy butthole. Also youre a larping basedcuck, there doesnt ever need to be a price for giving someone something, if you actually had any power in this universe of infinite abundance you could just give without taking, but you dont. So, how many life times have you been a hylic for?

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSATS

      Everything is an exchange in the world of the mundane.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sir, you jest. How did you get my light body from Rudra? You are a sham to call yourself Shiva. You have not recognized Lord Shiva is alive in the living world.

    • 2 months ago
      SHIVAYA NASSATS

      I am of Shiva's highest essence, I am not Bhairava or any character called Shiva. As I made the original post, I constructed a powerful city full of wealth and abundance and I crowned myself SHIVA in accordance to my passion and alignment. I am not an incarnate or avatar of Shiva, I am a man, an illusory prop governed by the power of Shiva. I wielded great power at the time of the original post which I no longer possess. I granted the wishes I could, and then I fell. I had a strange experience in the shower comparable to a mini kundalini awakening. I don't know what it was. Regardless, I have left the city and now I dwell in barren land among all of you. How poetic! How gay!

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Than who am I? Lord Krishna? I am one of the brethren of Bhairava and I am in exile. I may be Jasoft the antithesis of Jussof

      • 2 months ago
        SHIVAYA NASSATS

        Of course, I am just another LARPer. All of Creation is a LARP! What is truth? Truth is ineffable.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Cheers for your efforts G. You will find The City again! Keep up the solid work and Good 7emperance!

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am unfortunately unable to submit to anyone elses will but would appreciate any help regardless in mutual cooperation

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'll be your friend and ally, but I'll never submit to any deity or being ever again if I can help it. I want to make a world where all of us live in peace and understanding. I want to end the cycles permanently and turn the loops into a spiral. I want to bridge the gap between light and darkness and end the pointless struggle. I want to punish the wicked, protect the weak, and help as many people as possible awaken. I dream of a world where we're all free to reach our true potentials, interact with one another in genuine good faith. I dream of being strong enough, compassionate enough, brave enough, and resilient enough to fight for love and freedom for all. Yes I know that much of my goal comes from a place of ego - a desire to feel valued and meaningful from an external place and to be praised - but I genuinely want to see what this world would be like without the arbitrary compromises. How much more fun, compassionate, wholesome and understanding could this world be? What could we all do if we weren't all prisoners in some way to a cosmic carnival game?

    I imagine myself as a small child on the beach, throwing the starfish back into the water as they wash ashore. I can't just let them dry out on the shore I just can't. Even if I have to be the last one out I just can't leave people behind it'll eat me alive. I can't do it, but I'm so cowardly and weak, I just want to be strong enough to fight for everyone who was lost, for everything that was destroyed, for all the lost dreams and unfulfilled promises, I just want to destroy this nightmare and open the way for the dream. I don't care what happens to me after that as long as the people I love and care about are okay, that's all I want at this point there is nothing else in this life that will ever bring me peace. I know I will never know the love I seek but that doesn't matter anymore, I just want to fight for people and help them reach their full potential. If I can do that I'll be happy. Hope ur ok.

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