Love has its own language and that is Shashti. It is also known as ‘Shashi’, which roughly means ‘eness’ or’self’. If we look at Shashi in Sanskrit it means ‘to see clearly’. In this aspect, it is very similar to ‘aya’ or ‘I am’. I believe that the root word ‘Shashi’ is from ‘Sanskrit’, while ‘aya’ comes from a combination of two words ‘Avis’ and ‘Vishnu’. The word Vishnu is derived from the word ‘Vish’ meaning “life” and “Net” meaning “spirit”. Read this article for more info.
To understand Shashti, you must first understand ‘Love’. When you love someone, then you are expressing your deepest feelings, thoughts and desires into that person. It is a wonderful expression of love and is very powerful if it’s coming from you. That’s why Shashti is so important in a relationship.
Sometimes, in order to express our love, we resort to material possessions. This isn’t a healthy way of loving; after all, the goal of love is to have a fulfilling and meaningful relationship that is based on a deep understanding and respect of each other. If you truly understand this, then maybe this material thing won’t matter as much to you.
Instead of material possessions, what would be more beneficial to you is to give? Think about someone who you have really loved in the past, and maybe what they said to you when you were walking on the beach. Perhaps it was something like “Be happy and be proud of yourself”. Maybe that’s enough to inspire you. Or maybe, just maybe, that’s the key.
In any case, if you really want to express your love to someone else, giving is the best way to go. Even if you don’t like the person that is receiving it, at least the act of giving is something positive that you can take part in. Even if the other person doesn’t respond, at least you will have given them something worth keeping. After all, that’s the whole point of this type of love: it’s unconditional.
When we talk of ‘destruction’, it’s usually associated with the breaking up of a relationship. However, there are times when two lovers decide to separate, and that is also a form of destruction. Why? Because both parties feel that the other is no longer a part of their world.
This type of separation is never easy, but is completely okay. People learn to pick themselves up and become better people every single day. Destructive behaviours are not required for healthy and positive relationships.
In essence,’shayari holi’ means ‘to unite’. And that’s what you should do from here on in. You should try your best to be apart but, stay close to each other. That way, you’re making a start towards your future together.
You must try out new experiences together to give you new skills and insights into each other’s personalities. This helps expand your mind. It also helps you learn to appreciate each other’s strengths and weaknesses. This will help your relationship strengthen.
The most important thing is to have fun. You’ve got to keep each other interested. Share funny stories, talk about your favorite things and make memories that will last forever. Remember, nothing is permanent in this world. So, you might as well make the most of it while you can!
Another tip that can be very helpful is to talk about marriage from a spiritual perspective. Share your hopes and dreams of starting a family and having a small group of kids. Ask questions about fatherhood, and ask how to be a good husband and father. Men, especially, tend to have a very limited view of marriage, so asking questions that delve into this issue can help. Sometimes, it takes opening up to the idea of learning from our mistakes and failures to open our eyes wide to the possibilities of greater success.
Now, on to the part about giving Shari Holic Love Advice! I don’t know if you noticed, but I’m quite nervous talking in front of a group of strangers! So, if you are going to follow my advice, just ask any friends you may have for advice. Don’t be shy. If you have a boyfriend or a girlfriend, then ask them for advice too.