MOTHER UNIVERSE ENERGY (माँआदिशक्ति)


Human race has always remain fascinated about the universe. What is it’s source? From where has the universe emerged? The answer lies in the fact that Energy is universal and universe is nothing but energy. Since energy can neither be created nor be destroyed, it can safely be considered that Universe was never created, Universe will never die. Universe has been in existence always, and will be in existence always. Existence is the universe. There never was a time it did not exist, and there never will be a time it would not exist.The universe is created from the Energy which pervades everywhere and had existed on its own all along throughout a timeless eternity in one or other form of the energy. So, it can be easily inferred that it is the Supreme Energy that is being recognized as the Super power or Supreme God/ Goddess. Adishakti is the name given as per Indian mythology.

Modern science explained this with the help of “Bigbang theory”.


“Bigbang Theory”& “Cosmic Inflation Theory: Bang is the huge energy created with the collision of subatomic particles (called hydrons) like protons and/or neutrons. The Universe blasted out of an infinitely compressed point, or singularity. The Big Bang singularity is a point of zero volume, but very high mass, which makes the density infinite. This singularity contained all of the matter and energy in the Universe. This singularity contained all of Big the matter and energy in the Universe. They are thought to exist at the core of “black holes,”  that are areas of intense gravitational pressure. The pressure is thought to be so intense that finite matter is actually compressed into infinite density  The Big Bang itself created space, time, and all of the matter and energy we know today. It continued inflated and expanded and cooled. During a period of radiation only one unified force governed all physical interactions.

Physicist Nikodem Poplawski at Indiana University conjectured that when a black hole forms upon the collapse of a dying star, a universe is born at the same time from the white hole on the other side of the “wormhole”.”Our universe could have itself formed from inside a black hole existing inside another universe,”

According to Relativity Theory, space and time did not exist at zero moment of the Big Bang. Relativity Theory stipulates that space-time came into being later, evolving together with the expanding universe after the Big Bang.

If we look back over the 20th century, we can identify two pillars on which our current theories rest. These are two great physical theories to know about the universe:

  1. Quantum mechanics: This applies to the very small: atoms, subatomic particles and the forces between them. These tiny molecules are further composed of still smaller atoms that are made of even smaller electrons and protons moving through space in charged energy fields. These tiny molecules are further composed of still smaller atoms that are made of even smaller electrons and protons moving through space in charged energy fields.
  2. Einstein’s general theory of relativity: This applies to the very large: stars, galaxies and gravity, the driving force of the cosmos. In 1905, Einstein proved that energy and mass are related. He propounded the theory of relativity. Equation states that a tiny amount of mass can convert into a colossal amount of energy. Where E stands for the energy of a particle, m its mass and c, the universal constant, the velocity of light. It suggests that mass and energy are mutually convertible. Transformation of energy takes place.

Nav-Durga after Mahalaya: In India Nav-Durga is celebrated just after Mahalaya. There is a tradition of worshiping Our Mother Universe in the form of Durga Adi Shakti who comes in just after the Mahalaya where we pay regards to our ancestors (“dying stars”) who are from the other universe.

There is a tradition to perform Kalash Sthapana (कलश स्थापना) and Pious Lamp called Jyoti (ज्योति) indicating the symbols of matter and Energy.

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