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Day 2 of •| #DivinelyYoga |•
Today we're honoring Lord Vishnu with Infinity Pose.
Vishnu means the giver and provider of things.
•In Hinduism, he is the preserver and upholder of dharma and part of the Hindu Trinity.
•In Vashnavism, he is the Supreme Self and the Lord of the universe, who manifests variously as part of His obligatory duty.
•The Vedas recognize him as a solar deity (Aditya) and extol him as the god of three strides, upholder of law and giver of boons.
•In course of time he became Narayana, which literally means, the dweller of waters and dweller of human beings. The word nara means both water (naram) and human (nara).
•Vishnu resides in the milky waters of Vaikunth on a bed made of the coils of the the thousand hooded great serpent, Adishesha of infinite dimensions.
•The color of Vishnu is the color of a dark blue cloud. It is the color of the sky, denoting his cosmic dimensions and his connection with the Vedic gods of rain and thunder and his relationship with the earth.
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