Significance of Maha Kalbhairavashtami
Kalashtami or Maha Kalbhairavashtami is considered as one of the most auspicious days for Lord Bhairava. Lord Kalbhairav is the manifestation of Lord Shiva and Kala Bhaira is the God of Times. Kal means ‘time’ and ‘Bhairava’ the manifestation of Shiva.
If we dedicate our time in useless activities and doesn’t remember what we did then we are offending Lord Kala Bhairava. If we waste time we are making Kal Bhairav angry. Wasting time is similar to insulting Lord Kaala Bhairava. If we mismanage time in useless things it is necessary that we have to give respect and should worship Lord Kala Bhairava that will help us in return in utilizing time towards the constructive end. The direct benefit of utilizing our time would be that it may help us to miraculously present at the right place at the right time. Kaal Bhairav will bestow us good and favorable time for doing our work and reward may be in the form of successful pursuits.
‘Kaal Bhaira’, Bhai will bestow one with material wealth and Ra will help to dissolve negativity from the life and limited consciousness and Va will help to create new things. Try to keep chanting the syllables. Try to say the sounds 8 times a day 1 minute each, anytime evening or you can also chant the mantra 108 times a day or by writing the mantra more than 1008 or 10008 times. This is a sacred sound that can help you to remind that every word counts, and may enable you to focus and utilize time effectively.
“udyamao bhairavah.” – Shiv Sutras
Udyamao bhairavah” -“Bhairava” is the one who nourishes and also creates fullness. Bhairava helps us to fill up our incompleteness in life. If we are honest and we are investing 100 percent of our energy in any action, there will be no regrets for the same; there will be no fear and anxiety. The mind is a complete entity, the mind turns inward, become peaceful and surrenders. The surrendered mind finds strength, peace, prosperity, and success.