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Worship Lord Shiva

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#[[Pray to the Hindu God Ganesh|Worship Lord Ganesha]] before worshipping Lord Shiva. Lord Ganesha, the Hindu god of success, will to remove any obstacles you may be dealing with so you can worship and pray freely to Lord Shiva.<ref>http://www.saivism.net/articles/worship.asp</ref>[[Image:Worship Lord Shiva Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#[[Pray to the Hindu God Ganesh|Worship Lord Ganesha]] before worshipping Lord Shiva. Lord Ganesha, the Hindu god of success, will to remove any obstacles you may be dealing with so you can worship and pray freely to Lord Shiva.<ref>http://www.saivism.net/articles/worship.asp</ref>[[Image:Worship Lord Shiva Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*You may pray to a statue or icon of Lord Ganesha first. Or you may address Lord Ganesha verbally to acknowledge him.
 
#*You may pray to a statue or icon of Lord Ganesha first. Or you may address Lord Ganesha verbally to acknowledge him.
#Pray to Lord Shiva at least once a day at home or at a temple. Create a routine where you worship or pray to Lord Shiva in the morning to start your day or at night to wind down before bed. Meditate in front of the shrine to Lord Shiva as a form of worship. You can also chant prayers, mantras and texts from Shaivism to worship Lord Shiva.<ref>https://www.speakingtree.in/allslides/6-grains-to-offer-on-shivlinga/shiva-purana</ref>[[Image:Worship Lord Shiva Step 7 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Pray to [https://ift.tt/2x2YBD2 Lord Shiva] at least once a day at home or at a temple. Create a routine where you worship or pray to Lord Shiva in the morning to start your day or at night to wind down before bed. Meditate in front of the shrine to Lord Shiva as a form of worship. You can also chant prayers, mantras and texts from Shaivism to worship Lord Shiva.<ref>https://www.speakingtree.in/allslides/6-grains-to-offer-on-shivlinga/shiva-purana</ref>[[Image:Worship Lord Shiva Step 7 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*If you go to a temple to worship, the Hindu priest may lead you on a chant to Lord Shiva as part of the temple service.
 
#*If you go to a temple to worship, the Hindu priest may lead you on a chant to Lord Shiva as part of the temple service.
 
#Present offerings like milk, bilwa leaves, or grains, especially on Mondays. Though you can pray to Lord Shiva any day, Mondays are considered sacred days of worship in the Hindu religion. Presenting cold milk, traditional bilva leaves, or grains like barley, millet, rice, and wheat are considered good, worthy offers for Lord Shiva. Offerings can increase your favor with the god.<ref>http://allsaivism.com/articles/yogasadhana.aspx</ref>[[Image:Worship Lord Shiva Step 8 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Present offerings like milk, bilwa leaves, or grains, especially on Mondays. Though you can pray to Lord Shiva any day, Mondays are considered sacred days of worship in the Hindu religion. Presenting cold milk, traditional bilva leaves, or grains like barley, millet, rice, and wheat are considered good, worthy offers for Lord Shiva. Offerings can increase your favor with the god.<ref>http://allsaivism.com/articles/yogasadhana.aspx</ref>[[Image:Worship Lord Shiva Step 8 Version 2.jpg|center]]


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