Shri Yantra Mantra

"Om Shreem Hreem Shreem Kamale Kamalaleyi Praseed Praseed Om Shreem Hreem Shreem Mahalaxmiyei Namaha"

Beej Mantra of Shree Yantra

"Om Shareeng Hareeng Kaleeng Hareeng Shrimahalakshmiaye Namah"

Shri Yantra Meaning

Shree Yantra is considered as the queen of all yantras that are present in Hindu vedic astrology. . Meaning of Shree is 'wealth; and Yantra is 'instrument' so Shree Yantra is the instrument of wealth. Shri yantra is one of the most powerful yantra that fulfills the worldly need of wealth and prosperity by using the cosmic power and mental strength. Sri mathruka is the name of sri chakra.this sri chakra is composed of circles and lotus petals(padma) and is constituted of nine independent triangles (trikons),mystically drawn one withinthe other.the four triangales that point upwards and five pointing downwards have much significance.sri yantra consists of navarana (nine peripheries) which are drawn in the form of dalas. The nine aavrans are named as “bindu,trikona,asta kona,dashadala,anotherdasadala,chathudasdala,astadal,shodasdala and bhupura respectively.each aavarana has a presenting devatha.thus,there are mathuruka devathas are the primary glories of paraashakti(lalitambika) who is the divine mother worshipped in the maha meru of sri chakra.siddhi devthas like anima,laghimaa,garimaa,mahimaa,eesatva,vastiva,praakamya,bhukthi,ichcha and prapti are established in the aavaranas.for sri chakra, the cardinal direction such as poorva(east),paschima(west),uttar(north),dakshina(south) and vayuvya,eeshanya,nairutya and agneya are set.with this set directions  and aavarans the sri chakra is termed as mathuruka mandala.this mandala is comprabale to full moon (poorna Chandra).favoring these devathas through syllables benefit of sadhaka.starting from the central point (bindu) and the ending with the four gates,the whole complex is divided into nine chakaras or wheels(yantras).when we come to know the meru of the sri chakra.pranava or omkara is the seat of meru.the children(yogi) who worships the divine mother secures the grace of shree chakra as yantraraj .

A yantra is a geometrical figure made from linear elements intended to represent, in a synthetic form, the energies of the natural world. Yantras are believed to be the natural or true ideograms from which writing is derived. Yantras are the necessary basis for all attempts at symbolic representation of sacred forms, images, sacred architecture, altars, temples, and ritual gestures.


Sri Yantra Yantra literally means “support” and “instrument”. Yantras can be used as highly efficient tools for contemplation, concentration and meditation. A yantra provides a focal point that is a window into the absolute. When the mind is concentrated on a yantra, the mental chatter slows down, and eventually stops. In advanced yantra meditation, it is possible to attain union with the power of the Universe by the geometric visualization of a yantra.


A yantra is like a microcosmic picture of the macrocosm. It is a focusing point and an outer and inner doorway. Yantras represent specific deities or energy sources. By concentrating on a yantra, you can tap into this energy and use it to improve and empower your life.


Yantras are designed so that the eye is carried into the center, and very often they are symmetrical. They can be drawn on paper, wood, metal, or earth, or they can be threedimensional.

The Energy of Yantras :

The foundation of how a yantra works is called “shape energy” or “form energy”. The idea is that every shape emits a very specific frequency and energy pattern. Certain powers are ascribed to the various shapes. When a person focuses on a yantra, his mind is automatically tunes into the specific form energy of that yantra. Then, the yantra connects you to the energy that it represents. Basically yantras are secret keys or pathways to connect you with the positive energies of the Universe. Very often the yantras can put us in contact with extremely elevated energies that can provide invaluable help on the spiritual path.

How to Draw a Perfect Yantra

Sri Yantras are made of 9 interlacing triangles - 4 upward representing the male principle and 5 downward representing the female principle. Together, they represent the non-static, vibrating, creative force of the universe.

The point in the center or Bindu, represents the point of creative manifestation - the seed core behind time and space, Shiva and Shakti (male and female energies) united in bliss. Meditation on the bindu takes the devotee to another dimension beyond form and formlessness.

It is considered the mother of all mandalas.

Start by drawing a perfect circle with a pencil. Draw a line through the middle, as if diving east and west, and then divide it into forty-eight parts.
Make nine marks on the circle: On the sixth, on the sixth and on the fifth, on the third and again on the third, on the fourth and then on the third, on the sixth, and on the sixth again.
One should extend nine lines on both sides of these marks, from south to north.
Remove fractional parts from these lines in order: on the first, second, and fourth,
then on the fifth and sixth, and on the eighth and last. These lines represent agni [three],
[five], kala [sixteen], purana [eighteen], sixteen, veda [four],
Then join these lines in order: the ends of ravi [Sun] in the middle of shani [Saturn],
The ends of kendra [Moon] in the middle of ketu [descending node],
The ends of mangala [Mars] in the middle of the circle,
The ends of budha [Mercury] in the middle of rahu,
The ends of guru [Jupiter] in the middle of bhauma [Mars],
The ends of shukra [Venus] in the middle of soma [Moon],
The ends of shani [Saturn] in the middle of the circle,
The ends of rahu [ascending node] in the middle of ravi [Sun],
The ends of ketu in the middle of budha [Mercury].
This is how the Sri Yantra is formed, with its center having the form of trembling fire,
with eight and twelve and fourteen lights of fire. All yantras share the same basic scheme of
enclosure, or "walls," although the representation within these walls varies depending upon thepurpose of the yantra.Sri Yantra

The Fifteen Moon Yantras

Each yantra represents a night in the lunar cycle. Meditate each night to a different yantra starting on the new moon. Meditating on the moon yantras will bring your spiritual practice to a much higher level in fifteen days.

The Fifteen Phases of the Moon :
First Night - Kameshvari Nitya                           Second Night - Bhagamalini Nitya
Third Night - Nitya klinna Nitya                           Fourth Night – Bherunda Nitya
Fifth Night– Vahnivasini Nitya                             Sixth Night – Mahavarjejvari Nitya
Seventh Night – Sivaduti Nitya                            Eight Night – Tvarita Nitya
Ninth Night – Kulasundari Nitya                         Tenth Night – Nitya Nitya
Eleventh Night – Nilapataka Nitya                      Twelfth – Vijaya Nitya
Thirteen Night – Sarvamangala Nitya                Fourteen Night – Jvalamalini Nitya
Fifteenth Night – Chitra Nitya

Special Meditation Yantras

These yantras should be used to meditate on special occasions. These yantras provide very unique and remarkable empowerments. To meditate on these yantras, place your concentration at the center of each yantra, and keep your mind there for fifteen minutes.

Kali Yantra – Meditation on the goddess Kali. Meditating on this yantra removes obstacles and enemies from your path.

Tara Yantra – Meditation on goddess Tara Meditating on this yantra brings guidance and intuition in your life.

Sahasrara Yantra – Meditation on the Crown Chakra Meditating on this yantra will help you to raise your Kundalini energy.

The Mental Yantra Meditate on this yantra on obtain supreme mental development.

The Yantra of Supreme Unity Meditate on this yantra to obtain unity with the ultimate power of the Universe.

Yantra Meditation Yantras are ancient geometrical designs. These sacred images are doorways to different worlds of light. Yantra meditation involves focusing on one of these designs. The practice of focusing the mind on something external or internal helps to make the mind quiet. And focusing on a yantra will connect you with the bright worlds that the yantra represents, bringing happiness and clarity into your life.

In yantra meditation, you begin by concentrating on the center of the image. When thoughts come in and out of your mind, refocus on the center of the yantra. As your mind becomes quieter, extend your awareness out toward the edges of the yantra, so that you are now focusing on the entire design.

Eventually, you will be able to visualize your yantra completely with your eyes closed. This concentration technique will quiet your mind and connect you to the energy of the universe. Find a yantra that feels good to you for your meditation practice. We have provided a wide range of yantras for you in this e-book.

After you have been concentrating on the yantra for several minutes, you will notice that the lines inside the yantra appear to move. This is not simply eye fatigue. You are actually learning to see into another plane of awareness. After you have been concentrating for five minutes, close your eyes and listen to the stillness of eternity.

 

Yantra Meditation

Yantras are ancient geometrical designs. These sacred images are doorways to different worlds of light. Yantra meditation involves focusing on one of these designs. The practice of focusing the mind on something external or internal helps to make the mind quiet. And focusing on a yantra will connect you with the bright worlds that the yantra represents, bringing happiness and clarity into your life.

In yantra meditation, you begin by concentrating on the center of the image. When thoughts come in and out of your mind, refocus on the center of the yantra. As your mind becomes quieter, extend your awareness out toward the edges of the yantra, so that you are now focusing on the entire design. Eventually, you will be able to visualize your yantra completely with your eyes closed. This concentration technique will quiet your mind and connect you to the energy of the universe. Find a yantra that feels good to you for your meditation practice. We have provided a wide range of yantras for you in this e-book.

After you have been concentrating on the yantra for several minutes, you will notice that the lines inside the yantra appear to move. This is not simply eye fatigue. You are actually learning to see into another plane of awareness. After you have been concentrating for five minutes, close your eyes and listen to the stillness of eternity.

 

Shree Yantra Benefits

Our life sometimes is out of our control. The situations are so negative that what so ever efforts, sincerity and time we put to bring back the life, nothing proves beneficial. This leads to cashes, bad investments, decreasing financial gains, bad luck, repeated failures in life and no progress in professional and personal life. Shree Yantra has the powerful effect for rectifying all these problems in our life. By worshiping Shri Yantra we can gain authority, power and financial success. In most of the horoscopes when Saturn , Rahu or Ketu put debilitating effect on Sun, worshiping Shree Yantra is very profitable. So Shree Yantra has the magical power of changing our life and fulfilling all our wishes by removing negative energy and problems. As we have read Shree Yantra benefits are innumerable in terms of wealth and prosperity. Both spiritual and materialistic gains are under Shree Yantra benefits.

Shree Yantra Placement or Sthapana

 

You can place Shree Yantra in home, office and even in your vehicle to bring good luck. Shri Yantra is always installed on Friday one hour after sunrise. To be more specific Shree Yantra is placed in North-East or East direction of the home with the tip of the Yantra facing east direction.


1. Place Yantra in a plate and wash it with water, milk and saffron. Again wash is with water.


2. Light incense and chant "Aim Hreem Namah" and sprinkle water where you want to keep the Shri Yantra.


3. Put the yellow cloth or sheet of gold or silver where you want to place Shri Yantra. Now put your yantra on it.


4. Take kum kum or sandal paste and coral mala. Place it on the yantra.


5. You can now offer the Shree Yantra some Gur (jaggery), yellow flower, raw turmeric and incense.


6. Take the lotus seed rosary and chant the Shri Yantra Mantra for 108 times.
Om, Shreem Hreem Shreem Kamle Kamalalaye Praseed, Praseed, Shreem, Hreem Shreem Om Mahalaxmaye Namah


7. After completing these place red cloth on the Shree Yantra. You will have to worship Shree Yantra on every Friday by offering Gur, incense and yellow flower. For this pick up the red cloth and perform the Shri Yantra puja. On the rest of the days you can just pick the red cloth up to get the glimpse of the Yantra or darshan.

Kinds of Shri Yantra:

  • Bhuprastha,
  • Kurma Prastha
  • Meru Prastha

Plain Shri Yantra is called “Bhuprishtha” which means Back of the Earth, Shri Yantra that is raised on a tortoise back is known as "Kachchhap Prishtha or Kurma Prastha " Shri Yantra that is raised like the Sumeru Mountain is called “Meru Prishthha” Shree Yantra can be made out of a crystal piece or it can be engraved on crystal. To make Shri Yantra precious stones and metals like copper or silver can also be used that can be given plain or elevated look. Out of all these Shree Yantras, the one that is made from crystal and in the form of Meru is considered as the best. Even for the householder also the crystal Shree Yantra is the best to use and worship

Shree Lalitaambica Devi And Shree Yantra And Shree Lalita Shastranaam All Are Both -

 

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