. They are regularly said to speak to different trinities—creation, upkeep, and obliteration; past, present, and future; body, mind and atman; dharma or dhamma (lawfulness), delight/shared pleasure and radiation/made bodies; empathy, euphoria and love; profound, clairvoyant and relative; joy, solace and fatigue; pride, notoriety and egomania; lucidity, information and astuteness; paradise, psyche and earth; soul, discharge and earth; soul, energy and epitomized soul; rationale, enthusiasm and confidence; supplication, sign and superb; knowledge, tranquility and Bodhisattvahood or Arhatship (hostile to arrogance); work on, comprehension and shrewdness; demise, climb and revival; creation, request and devastation; the three gunas. When viewed as a weapon of Shiva, the trishula is said to demolish the three universes: the physical world, the universe of the progenitors (speaking to culture drawn from an earlier time) and the universe of the brain (speaking to the procedures of detecting and acting). The three universes should be wrecked by Shiva into a solitary non-double plane of presence, that is rapture alone.
In the human body, the trishula additionally speaks to where the three primary nadi, or vitality channels (ida, pingala and sushumna) meet at the forehead. Sushumna, the focal one, proceeds with upward to the seventh chakra, or vitality focus, while the other two closures at the temple, there the sixth chakra is located. The trishula’s essential issue speaks to sushumna, and that is the reason it is longer than the other two, speaking to Ida and Pingala.