Each element of the Shiva sculpture has a unique symbolic significance. Shiva has a third eye on his head, he is the god of destruction, and the universe is destroyed in flames. This eye of Shiva can breathe flames, and at the end of every universe, all the gods and animals in the universe are destroyed in the fire of his eyes. Shiva decorated it with the moon because he was a great yogi who was always in a state of intoxication, but he was sitting there wide awake. To enjoy the feeling of intoxication, you must be sober. Shiva’s trident represents the three basic aspects of life. These three aspects are symbolized in many ways as the three basic dimensions of life. No matter what is happening on the outside, there is a space within you that is undisturbed by the outside world, and you have achieved a new inner balance. Snakes are very sensitive to energy. There is a snake around Shiva’s throat. Once the larynx chakra is active, that person becomes so strong inside that no matter what happens outside, he is no longer affected.