The Sri Yantra | Crafted in Brass

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Sri Yantra is a sacred geometric diagram, representing the divine feminine energy known as SHAKTI.  Crafted in brass, this “Sri Yantra” signifies the unity of the divine masculine (Lord Shiva) and feminine (Shakti) energies, symbolising Creation, Harmony, and Spiritual growth. It is believed to bring prosperity, balance, and spiritual enlightenment to those who contemplate it. Devotees use it for meditation, worship, and as a visual aid to connect with the cosmic energy and inner divinity.

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A yantra is an instrument designed to curb the psychic forces by concentrating them on a pattern, and in such a way that this pattern becomes reproduced by the worshipper's visualizing power. It is a machine to stimulate inner visualizations, meditations and experiences. The given pattern may suggest a static vision of the divinity to be worshipped, the superhuman presence to be realized, or it may develop a series of visualizations growing and unfolding from each other as the links or steps of a process.

The elements of the Sri-Yantra are: (1) a square outer frame, composed of straight lines broken according to a regular pattern, (2) an inclosed arrangement of concentric circles and stylized lotus petals, (3) a concentric composition of nine interpenetrating triangles. The square framework is called, in the Tantric tradition, "shivered" (sisirita) i.e., trembling, as if with a chill. This curious expression does not refer to its symbolic meaning, but to its shape. What the "shivered" frame represents is a square sanctuary with four doors opening out to the four quarters, a landing before each entrance, and a low flight of steps leading up from the ground to the raised floor of the sanctuary. This sanctuary is the seat (pitha) of the divinity, and should be thought of as the center of the heart of the devotee. Herein resides his own particular "Chosen Deity" (ishta devata), who, finally, is to be understood as a symbolization of the divine nucleus of his own existence, his eternal, higher Self.

There are nine triangles in the figure, interpenetrating, five pointing downward, four upward. The downward-pointing triangle is a female symbol corresponding to the yoni; it is called "shakti." The upward-pointing triangle is the male, the lingam, and is called "the fire" (vahni). Vahni is synonymous with tejas, "fiery energy, solar heat, kingly splendor, the threatening fervor of the ascetic, the bodily heat of the warm-blooded organism, the life-force condensed in the male seed." Thus the vahni-triangles denote the male essence of the god, and the shakti-triangles the female essence of his consort.

The nine signify the primitive revelation of the Absolute as it differentiates into graduated polarities, the creative activity of the cosmic male and female energies on successive stages of evolution. Most important is the fact that the Absolute itself, the Really Real is not represented. It cannot be represented: for it is beyond form and space. The Absolute is to be visualized by the concentrating devotee as a vanishing point or dot, "the drop" (bindu), amidst the interplay of all the triangles. This Bindu is the power-point, the elusive center from which the entire diagram expands. And now, whereas four of the shakti-triangles link with their represented vahni-counterparts, the fifth, or innermost, remains over, to unite with the invisible Point. This is the Primal Shakti, consort of the transcendental Shiva, creative energy as a female manifestation of the pure, quiescent Brahman, the Great Original.

Like the Shiva-Shakti images, the Shri Yantra symbolizes Life, both universal life and individual, as an incessant interaction of co-operating opposites. The five female triangles expanding from above and the four male emerging from below, signify the continuous process of creation. Like an uninterrupted series of lightning flashes they delve into each other and mirror the eternal procreative moment-a dynamism nevertheless exhibited in a static pattern of geometrical repose. This is the archetypal Hieros Gamos, or "Mystical Marriage," represented in an abstract diagram-a key to the secret of the phenomenal mirage of the world.

Using Yantra for Healing: The Benefits of Integrating Yantra into Your Wellness Routine

Yantra is a geometrical diagram that is mainly associated with the Tantric traditions of Jainism, Hinduism, and Buddhism. It is viewed as a sacred object and is considered a Mandala or a prime tool for practicing Sadhana by spiritual seekers and transcendentalists. Yantras are associated with a particular deity and are used for attracting specific benefits such as wealth, health, protection from negative energies, etc. The geometric forms in a Yantra are arranged in a symmetrical pattern. These patterns and designs are diagrammatic representations of specific Mantras which help to bring in positive energy. The Mantras not only heal the individual physically and mentally but also help in elevating them in their spiritual path. A Yantra has a certain kind of impact on the space in which you live and therefore, it is preferred to install it near the entrance of your house or in your living room. It may also be put up on walls.
There are different types of healing Yantras. These are very powerful and every Yantra has its own benefits and healing energy. Let us take a look at some of the benefits that Yantras offer:

Relief from diseases

Yantra is designed according to the Vedic scriptures. It frees the worshiper from major or fatal diseases and provides them with mental peace. A person is advised to worship Yantras such as Rog Nivaran Yantra, Shri Dhanvantari Upasana Yantra, and Maha Mrityunjaya (Shiva Yantra).

Resolve marital issues

Installing Yantra and worshiping it by chanting the associated mantra helps bring good luck in life. Men and women facing marital issues or struggling to find a life partner are advised to worship the Mangal Yantra, Katyayani Yantra, Mohini Yantra, and Shukra Yantra as they reverse all the negative issues in marital life.

Remove obstacles in life

People who are facing the onslaught of miseries and sufferings in their life are recommended to meditate upon the Shani Yantra, Shri Ganesha Yantra, and Pujanartha Mangal Yantra.

Protection from evil powers

Yantras also play a major role in reversing the ill effects of black magic, ghostly attacks, negative influences, and other obstacles in life. The most powerful Yantras for this are Shri Narasimha Yantra, Shri Mahakali Yantra, and Shri Bagalamukhi Yantra.

Attract wealth and prosperity

Yantras are especially known for bringing all the material opulence into the lives of those who worship with all seriousness and determination. Some of the most common and powerful Yantras for this purpose are Shri Yantra, Shri Agni Yantra, and Shri Mahalakshmi Kubera Yantra.
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How to use a healing Yantra?

- The Yantra is hung on the wall. Its central focal point is placed at the level of your eyes.

- Focus your mind by concentrating on the Bindu at the center of the Yantra.

- Gaze at the entire Yantra for a few minutes and chant the mantra.

- Now you will be able to tap into the divine energy of the Yantra.
The energy of a Yantra flows to its surroundings and attracts all the positivity, thereby pushing the negativity out. Those who daily worship the Yantras and chant the specific mantras are protected from unwanted influences and remain peaceful, unbothered by the outside world.
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