“Let the elements of creation remain perfect in me.
Let the greatest that can be in the world be created by me, by us, by all living beings.
I respect this divine potential that has been unleashed by Shiva for the common good. ”
– (Panchakshri mantra.)
Time is a great transformation tool that tests the four stages of our lives, defines our whole life on an infinite, cosmic platform. Time is eternal, created from the breath of divine energy that nourishes the universe. We have seen that even nature is used as small tools in the hands of Eternal Time. Be it the fiery tremors, the destructive tsunamis, the creeping sensations of an earthquake, or the fury of a volcano that we have witnessed in all the natural disasters that are happening on earth.
Mythology affirms that God is beyond the limits of time, horse, space, sound, has the power to create or destroy time, the universe in a matter of seconds.
God Shiva is the Lord of eternity, full of life, who commands the forces of destruction and creation. He is ridiculed for his enormous avalanche on the Rudra as the almighty destructive horse that destroys everything to nothing. Shiva has done countless such devastations in various ways, subtle or cruel, but yet when he perfectly recreates the world, we can never know whether he destroyed or recreated it. He plays the role of a jeweler who dissolves existing jewelry to recreate purer gold that can be used to create another piece of jewelry with a fine design and precision.
Shiva represents the higher self, where man willingly moves forward, evolving towards cosmic existence.
Shiv is, in a real sense, a primitive pioneer of evolutionary energy և innovation.
Innovation introduces new products to the market to survive. Not only organizations, but countries and continents compete to create a strong culture of innovation that opens the door to sustainable operations for them. As individuals move forward, even individuals innovate, learning new skills, developing personality, knowledge, and integrating innovation into their domain to become more recognizable and successful.
With more than ten types of innovations on the market, disruptive innovation is an innovation that breaks an existing agreement by bringing in more improvements or value-added benefits to recreate better. Characteristics are derived from a user-focused research process focused on a specific consumer base to provide a definite outline in the broad nomenclature of Disruptive Innovation.
Tandavan is the energetic snow of Shiva dance, which dissolves in space to create, preserve, disrupt and recreate the process of rest. The instrument is a symbol of life cycles, which includes the creation նման destruction նման like the daily rhythm of life և destruction. Here’s how the Tandava tool can balance this perishable world. Tandava is Shiva’s powerful innovation innovation tool for preserving new creations.
Shiva crescent shows that we must have a perfect thinking process, being aware of our surroundings. This quality is important for innovators as they need to have a thorough knowledge of the market and be vigilant about market movements. The moon means that innovators have to think a hundred times and then take a step forward.
Shiva sits on the tiger’s skin or is covered in his meditative trance, contemplating his next creative cycle. The tiger’s skin has a high potential energy potential, which is expected to be the most innovative feature of the innovator. The potential energy of the innovator must be a vital aspect that drives the whole innovation process to reach the goal in a potential way.
Thomas Edison, the Wright brothers, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Sergey Bean, Bill Gates, and many others who did what they could.
The nectar-containing vessel Kamandalu is always seen on the ground next to Shiva. This Kamandalu is not made of gold or silver, but of dried pumpkin, as innovators need to focus on natural resource use, environmental care, energy conservation, and sustainability when innovation is at its highest.
Hour Glass Drum is a combination of two triangles separated by a thin linear structure. The drum known as Damru sounds like Tandava dance. The sound of the drum is heard only during deep meditation. For the innovator, this drum is a user research tool where the innovator must listen to the user’s needs, preferring deep attention and compassion.
Ganga flowing from long, sensual garments made of Shiva copper signifies vitality, fertility, a lofty cause for supporting life on earth. Innovation must be done with high spirits, vigor and enthusiasm, but the philosophy of human well-being must be seen for the sake of the people և the well-being of society.
The necklace of snakes և Rudrakhas represents the law, order և justice, which are the foundations of any science, including the science of disorder. Innovation must not disturb the well-being or harmony of the environment.
Trident introduces action, willpower, and knowledge to the three key attributes of each disruptive innovator. The innovator must have the ability to put his ideas into action with great willpower and expert knowledge.
Nandi, his bull continues to wait for Shiva to wake up from meditation listening to the universe. He removes ignorance; Bequeath wisdom to the descendants of Shiva. This is how the innovator should be educated. Convince users of the purpose of the innovation և how we can progress with the invention.
His dance in the hot red flames, rising from his tongue և from his left hand, tells us that everything will be exhausted at some point, և, therefore, we must keep up the pace.
Lord Shiv և Շ his Shiv-tattoo (principles), in fact the reproductive power, are also elements of Obstructive Innovation. When we associate these incredible symbols, myths, and space tools with the science of Disruption Innovation, it is clear that the God of Destruction is the original pioneer of Disruption Innovation.
“Whatever the origin of Shiva, as described in the Holy Puranas, the Vedas, its innate characteristics, its role in the cosmic activity of the universe, it can clearly be considered the art or science of Preventive Innovation.”