What is the significance of number 3?

What is the significance of number 3?


Transcript: Sadhguru ji pranam. You know, we've been composing music for the last 23 years now. As Shankar, Ehsaan, Loy. One thing that's fascinating me is always in the conept of 3. I see the association of the number 3 with various aspects, like neutron, proton, electron. Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh. And, you now, we are also, three of us composing music. So what is the relevance of 3? What is the importance of 3? And what is the effect of 3? Namaskaram to the trimurtis of Shankar, Ehsaan, Loy. Well, there are trimurtis, trinethra, trishula, trikala. All these things are evolution of ideas from the fundamental experience of human life. All human experiences rooted in these three things. Our memory belongs to the past, which is called as the bhootkala. Our experience, always, is vartmana or the present. And our imagination and aspirations are always of the future, which is bhavishya. So essentially, human experience of life happens between memory, experience, and imagination. Based on this, many aspects, which spring from these three experiences were crystalized in our culture as 3. Trinethra, trikala, trishula, and you guys, trimurtis. So this fundamental needs to be understood, that all these three dimensions exist in vartaman. All these past and future actually exist now because it's only now that you can remember, it is only now that you can imagine. It's very important all these trikalas are there. The three dimensions, the trishulas are there. And trinethras are there, that is the three dimensions of seeing life and experiencing life is there. And, we are very glad the trimurtis of Shankar, Ehsaan, and Loy are there. Please make some wonderful music. And let's celebrate the trimurtis.


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