Every religion which worships the Divine aspects of the Creator are worthy of respect- there are differences between where the accents are placed and which aspects of the Divine are accentuated- in Hindu tradition- whether the creative Vishnu loving aspect or the destructive Shiva aspect of the Divine, or the intelligent aspect of Brahman.
One must be aware of the negative consequences of the destructive attributes of the three aspects of our Divine nature: The intelligence aspect of Brahman can lead us into excesses of manifestation of arrogance and ruthlessness, whereas an excess of Vishnu energies may manifest as distortions and imbalances in loving such as envy, jealousy, and dependence, insufficient discipline and excessiveness leading to social anarchy and chaos excess of Shiva energies resulting in violence, war, and destruction.
The virtue of moderation and non-excessiveness is necessary to balance the creative and destructive aspects of the Divine Essence with the wisdom of Brahman. That’s where the wisdom aspect of Brahman enters the picture to discriminate and intuitively know which action is appropriate and wholesome at any given time. On earth the Shiva aspect is manifest through natural disasters, extreme weather phenomenon, whereas the Vishnu aspect is visible in the abundance of plants and food, living beings, and stable constant temperate weather in nature and mercy and compassion in our Divine Human nature. The presence of the Brahman energies on our planet is manifest through the harmonious and cooperative relationships which we establish with those we work and live with, and with our environment, understanding our needs and other’s needs with moderation, generosity, and compassion. The key to a successful and joyful existence is to balance the love, light, and power of the Divine energies in our lives with moderation and non-excessiveness; generosity and non-injury; honesty and non-stealing; constancy of aim and effort, and accurate perception and correct expression.
The trinity aspects of the Divine are also part of the Christian tradition as the ‘Father’, ‘Son’, and Holy Spirit’. The Father being the un-manifest creative energy, the ‘Son’ being the manifest Deity or Divine Aspect through the ‘flesh without sin’ and the ‘word’ and ‘truth’ ; and the ‘Spirit’ as the eternal soul part of beings which mediates between the un-manifest and the manifest aspects of our Beings by attaching our permanent spirit cords to our physical, mental, and emotional bodies.
Blessings in love and light. Gratitude to Mahaatma Choa Kok Sui.