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SECRETS OF YANTRA MANTRA AND TANTRA By the Famous Indian Vedic astrologer SHRI ACHARYA G PRAKASH Yantra is a geometric figure inscribed on a metallic plate or paper and is the confluence of the powers of the concerned Lord.When a Mantra is chanted according to the proper Tantra, the sound vibrations gather force from the Yantra and after reflecting from its surface spread out into the universe and reach the concerned Devi or Devata. These vibrations come into contact with the form of the God, gather divine powers and blessings from Him and return to the Sadhak (person chanting), thus instilling divinity into him and giving him power to achieve supernatural feats.Thus, to achieve totality of life three ingredients Mantra, Tantra and Yantra are essential because all three are supplements of each other.Yantra is an instrument, apparatus, talisman or mystical diagram, thru’ which the invisible sources of energy can be made to act/work for the advantage of the individual, by helping him realize his dreams and fulfill his desires & ambitions .Symbols used in Yantras: Shapes and patterns commonly employed in yantra include squares, triangles, circles and floral patterns but may also include more complex and detailed symbols, Dot, the supreme soul: A dot, or bindu, represents the starting point of creation or the infinite, unexpressed cosmosIf we imagine a plain surface as Universe, a dot placed on the surface represents the Shiva or supreme soul. Like Supreme, a dot does not have any direction and is indefinable. If we extend the do, it pervades the entire Universe in all directions. So, a dot represents Shiva’s energy ie Shakti concentrated at a place. Since Shiva’s energy enters the human body through sahasraara chakra located at the crown of the head and passes down to mooladhara chakra located at the bottom of the spinal cord thus activating all the other chakras in between, a dot also represents the Sahasraara chakra. Straight line, the human soul: When we draw a straight line, it divides the surface into two parts. Here, dualities like Paramaatma (super soul) and Jeevatma (human soul), happiness and sorrowfulness, day and night, heat and cold, man and woman, etc. will come into the picture. In reality, these dualities are the two sides of the same coin. For example, happiness and sorrowfulness are the different forms of emotional state of the mind. Heat and cold are two forms of the thermal energy and man and woman are two forms of the material body. So, a straight line represents Jeevathma (human soul) which is the immediate form of the super soul. Circle, the mind: When we make a circle around us, we are shunning ourselves from the outer space. So, a circle represents selfishness and closed mind. A circular object can move easily and not stable like our mind. So, a circle in Yantras is representative of human mind and ignorance of outside world. It also represents protection of our energies by not spending them for others’ welfare.The lotus flower typically represent chakras, with each petal representing a psychic propensity (or vritti) associated with that chakraTriangle, the energy: A triangle is formed by joining 3 straight lines. It forms 3 vertices. According to Physics, any pointed end works like a condenser to store energy and at certain conditions to release energy. Thus we should understand the vertices of the triangle as energy reservoirs. There are 2 types of energies.The upward triangle represents fire since it looks like the flames of fire. Fire is essential to survive and hence the upward triangle represents the life force which is also called male energy (Shiva).The downward triangle represents female energyPrakruti or Nature around us which nourishes us. Hence the downward triangle represents the female energy (Shakti).The Shatkona: Sanskrit name for a symbol identical to the composed of a balance between:An upwards triangle denoting action, extroversion or ShivaA downwards triangle denoting introversion, meditativeness, goddess energy or Shakti.A swastika represents good luck, welfare, prosperity or spiritual victorySquare, the physical body: A square will have four corners and does not move easily. It firmly places itself on the ground. So, a square or rectangle represents stability and matter. It represents earthy element with its four corners representing the four directions of the earth. Since our physical body is composed of matter, it also represents the physical body of a human being. Petals, the chakras: Shapes like petals of a flower represent the chakras in our body which represent different types of energies.Bija mantras: (usually represented as characters of Devanāgarī that correspond to the acoustic roots of a particular chakra or vritti)Geometric element meanings:Circle = Energy of the element waterSquare = Energy of the element earthTriangle = Energy of the element fireDiagonal lines = Energy of the element airHorizontal line = Energy of the element waterVertical line = Energy of the element firePoint = Energy of the element earth.
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SECRETS OF YANTRA MANTRA AND TANTRA By the Famous Indian Vedic astrologer SHRI ACHARYA G PRAKASH Yantra is a geometric figure inscribed on a metallic plate or paper and is the confluence of the powers of the concerned Lord.When a Mantra is chanted according to the proper Tantra, the sound vibrations gather force from the Yantra and after reflecting from its surface spread out into the universe and reach the concerned Devi or Devata. These vibrations come into contact with the form of the God, gather divine powers and blessings from Him and return to the Sadhak (person chanting), thus instilling divinity into him and giving him power to achieve supernatural feats.Thus, to achieve totality of life three ingredients Mantra, Tantra and Yantra are essential because all three are supplements of each other.Yantra is an instrument, apparatus, talisman or mystical diagram, thru’ which the invisible sources of energy can be made to act/work for the advantage of the individual, by helping him realize his dreams and fulfill his desires & ambitions .Symbols used in Yantras: Shapes and patterns commonly employed in yantra include squares, triangles, circles and floral patterns but may also include more complex and detailed symbols, Dot, the supreme soul: A dot, or bindu, represents the starting point of creation or the infinite, unexpressed cosmosIf we imagine a plain surface as Universe, a dot placed on the surface represents the Shiva or supreme soul. Like Supreme, a dot does not have any direction and is indefinable. If we extend the do, it pervades the entire Universe in all directions. So, a dot represents Shiva’s energy ie Shakti concentrated at a place. Since Shiva’s energy enters the human body through sahasraara chakra located at the crown of the head and passes down to mooladhara chakra located at the bottom of the spinal cord thus activating all the other chakras in between, a dot also represents the Sahasraara chakra. Straight line, the human soul: When we draw a straight line, it divides the surface into two parts. Here, dualities like Paramaatma (super soul) and Jeevatma (human soul), happiness and sorrowfulness, day and night, heat and cold, man and woman, etc. will come into the picture. In reality, these dualities are the two sides of the same coin. For example, happiness and sorrowfulness are the different forms of emotional state of the mind. Heat and cold are two forms of the thermal energy and man and woman are two forms of the material body. So, a straight line represents Jeevathma (human soul) which is the immediate form of the super soul. Circle, the mind: When we make a circle around us, we are shunning ourselves from the outer space. So, a circle represents selfishness and closed mind. A circular object can move easily and not stable like our mind. So, a circle in Yantras is representative of human mind and ignorance of outside world. It also represents protection of our energies by not spending them for others’ welfare.The lotus flower typically represent chakras, with each petal representing a psychic propensity (or vritti) associated with that chakraTriangle, the energy: A triangle is formed by joining 3 straight lines. It forms 3 vertices. According to Physics, any pointed end works like a condenser to store energy and at certain conditions to release energy. Thus we should understand the vertices of the triangle as energy reservoirs. There are 2 types of energies.The upward triangle represents fire since it looks like the flames of fire. Fire is essential to survive and hence the upward triangle represents the life force which is also called male energy (Shiva).The downward triangle represents female energyPrakruti or Nature around us which nourishes us. Hence the downward triangle represents the female energy (Shakti).The Shatkona: Sanskrit name for a symbol identical to the composed of a balance between:An upwards triangle denoting action, extroversion or ShivaA downwards triangle denoting introversion, meditativeness, goddess energy or Shakti.A swastika represents good luck, welfare, prosperity or spiritual victorySquare, the physical body: A square will have four corners and does not move easily. It firmly places itself on the ground. So, a square or rectangle represents stability and matter. It represents earthy element with its four corners representing the four directions of the earth. Since our physical body is composed of matter, it also represents the physical body of a human being. Petals, the chakras: Shapes like petals of a flower represent the chakras in our body which represent different types of energies.Bija mantras: (usually represented as characters of Devanāgarī that correspond to the acoustic roots of a particular chakra or vritti)Geometric element meanings:Circle = Energy of the element waterSquare = Energy of the element earthTriangle = Energy of the element fireDiagonal lines = Energy of the element airHorizontal line = Energy of the element waterVertical line = Energy of the element firePoint = Energy of the element earth.
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SECRETS OF YANTRA MANTRA AND TANTRA By the Famous Indian Vedic astrologer SHRI ACHARYA G PRAKASH Yantra is a geometric figure inscribed on a metallic plate or paper and is the confluence of the powers of the concerned Lord.When a Mantra is chanted according to the proper Tantra, the sound vibrations gather force from the Yantra and after reflecting from its surface spread out into the universe and reach the concerned Devi or Devata. These vibrations come into contact with the form of the God, gather divine powers and blessings from Him and return to the Sadhak (person chanting), thus instilling divinity into him and giving him power to achieve supernatural feats.Thus, to achieve totality of life three ingredients Mantra, Tantra and Yantra are essential because all three are supplements of each other.Yantra is an instrument, apparatus, talisman or mystical diagram, thru’ which the invisible sources of energy can be made to act/work for the advantage of the individual, by helping him realize his dreams and fulfill his desires & ambitions .Symbols used in Yantras: Shapes and patterns commonly employed in yantra include squares, triangles, circles and floral patterns but may also include more complex and detailed symbols, Dot, the supreme soul: A dot, or bindu, represents the starting point of creation or the infinite, unexpressed cosmosIf we imagine a plain surface as Universe, a dot placed on the surface represents the Shiva or supreme soul. Like Supreme, a dot does not have any direction and is indefinable. If we extend the do, it pervades the entire Universe in all directions. So, a dot represents Shiva’s energy ie Shakti concentrated at a place. Since Shiva’s energy enters the human body through sahasraara chakra located at the crown of the head and passes down to mooladhara chakra located at the bottom of the spinal cord thus activating all the other chakras in between, a dot also represents the Sahasraara chakra. Straight line, the human soul: When we draw a straight line, it divides the surface into two parts. Here, dualities like Paramaatma (super soul) and Jeevatma (human soul), happiness and sorrowfulness, day and night, heat and cold, man and woman, etc. will come into the picture. In reality, these dualities are the two sides of the same coin. For example, happiness and sorrowfulness are the different forms of emotional state of the mind. Heat and cold are two forms of the thermal energy and man and woman are two forms of the material body. So, a straight line represents Jeevathma (human soul) which is the immediate form of the super soul. Circle, the mind: When we make a circle around us, we are shunning ourselves from the outer space. So, a circle represents selfishness and closed mind. A circular object can move easily and not stable like our mind. So, a circle in Yantras is representative of human mind and ignorance of outside world. It also represents protection of our energies by not spending them for others’ welfare.The lotus flower typically represent chakras, with each petal representing a psychic propensity (or vritti) associated with that chakraTriangle, the energy: A triangle is formed by joining 3 straight lines. It forms 3 vertices. According to Physics, any pointed end works like a condenser to store energy and at certain conditions to release energy. Thus we should understand the vertices of the triangle as energy reservoirs. There are 2 types of energies.The upward triangle represents fire since it looks like the flames of fire. Fire is essential to survive and hence the upward triangle represents the life force which is also called male energy (Shiva).The downward triangle represents female energyPrakruti or Nature around us which nourishes us. Hence the downward triangle represents the female energy (Shakti).The Shatkona: Sanskrit name for a symbol identical to the composed of a balance between:An upwards triangle denoting action, extroversion or ShivaA downwards triangle denoting introversion, meditativeness, goddess energy or Shakti.A swastika represents good luck, welfare, prosperity or spiritual victorySquare, the physical body: A square will have four corners and does not move easily. It firmly places itself on the ground. So, a square or rectangle represents stability and matter. It represents earthy element with its four corners representing the four directions of the earth. Since our physical body is composed of matter, it also represents the physical body of a human being. Petals, the chakras: Shapes like petals of a flower represent the chakras in our body which represent different types of energies.Bija mantras: (usually represented as characters of Devanāgarī that correspond to the acoustic roots of a particular chakra or vritti)Geometric element meanings:Circle = Energy of the element waterSquare = Energy of the element earthTriangle = Energy of the element fireDiagonal lines = Energy of the element airHorizontal line = Energy of the element waterVertical line = Energy of the element firePoint = Energy of the element earth.
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SECRETS OF YANTRA MANTRA AND TANTRA By the Famous Indian Vedic astrologer SHRI ACHARYA G PRAKASH Yantra is a geometric figure inscribed on a metallic plate or paper and is the confluence of the powers of the concerned Lord.When a Mantra is chanted according to the proper Tantra, the sound vibrations gather force from the Yantra and after reflecting from its surface spread out into the universe and reach the concerned Devi or Devata. These vibrations come into contact with the form of the God, gather divine powers and blessings from Him and return to the Sadhak (person chanting), thus instilling divinity into him and giving him power to achieve supernatural feats.Thus, to achieve totality of life three ingredients Mantra, Tantra and Yantra are essential because all three are supplements of each other.Yantra is an instrument, apparatus, talisman or mystical diagram, thru’ which the invisible sources of energy can be made to act/work for the advantage of the individual, by helping him realize his dreams and fulfill his desires & ambitions .Symbols used in Yantras: Shapes and patterns commonly employed in yantra include squares, triangles, circles and floral patterns but may also include more complex and detailed symbols, Dot, the supreme soul: A dot, or bindu, represents the starting point of creation or the infinite, unexpressed cosmosIf we imagine a plain surface as Universe, a dot placed on the surface represents the Shiva or supreme soul. Like Supreme, a dot does not have any direction and is indefinable. If we extend the do, it pervades the entire Universe in all directions. So, a dot represents Shiva’s energy ie Shakti concentrated at a place. Since Shiva’s energy enters the human body through sahasraara chakra located at the crown of the head and passes down to mooladhara chakra located at the bottom of the spinal cord thus activating all the other chakras in between, a dot also represents the Sahasraara chakra. Straight line, the human soul: When we draw a straight line, it divides the surface into two parts. Here, dualities like Paramaatma (super soul) and Jeevatma (human soul), happiness and sorrowfulness, day and night, heat and cold, man and woman, etc. will come into the picture. In reality, these dualities are the two sides of the same coin. For example, happiness and sorrowfulness are the different forms of emotional state of the mind. Heat and cold are two forms of the thermal energy and man and woman are two forms of the material body. So, a straight line represents Jeevathma (human soul) which is the immediate form of the super soul. Circle, the mind: When we make a circle around us, we are shunning ourselves from the outer space. So, a circle represents selfishness and closed mind. A circular object can move easily and not stable like our mind. So, a circle in Yantras is representative of human mind and ignorance of outside world. It also represents protection of our energies by not spending them for others’ welfare.The lotus flower typically represent chakras, with each petal representing a psychic propensity (or vritti) associated with that chakraTriangle, the energy: A triangle is formed by joining 3 straight lines. It forms 3 vertices. According to Physics, any pointed end works like a condenser to store energy and at certain conditions to release energy. Thus we should understand the vertices of the triangle as energy reservoirs. There are 2 types of energies.The upward triangle represents fire since it looks like the flames of fire. Fire is essential to survive and hence the upward triangle represents the life force which is also called male energy (Shiva).The downward triangle represents female energyPrakruti or Nature around us which nourishes us. Hence the downward triangle represents the female energy (Shakti).The Shatkona: Sanskrit name for a symbol identical to the composed of a balance between:An upwards triangle denoting action, extroversion or ShivaA downwards triangle denoting introversion, meditativeness, goddess energy or Shakti.A swastika represents good luck, welfare, prosperity or spiritual victorySquare, the physical body: A square will have four corners and does not move easily. It firmly places itself on the ground. So, a square or rectangle represents stability and matter. It represents earthy element with its four corners representing the four directions of the earth. Since our physical body is composed of matter, it also represents the physical body of a human being. Petals, the chakras: Shapes like petals of a flower represent the chakras in our body which represent different types of energies.Bija mantras: (usually represented as characters of Devanāgarī that correspond to the acoustic roots of a particular chakra or vritti)Geometric element meanings:Circle = Energy of the element waterSquare = Energy of the element earthTriangle = Energy of the element fireDiagonal lines = Energy of the element airHorizontal line = Energy of the element waterVertical line = Energy of the element firePoint = Energy of the element earth.
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SECRETS OF YANTRA MANTRA AND TANTRA By the Famous Indian Vedic astrologer SHRI ACHARYA G PRAKASH Yantra is a geometric figure inscribed on a metallic plate or paper and is the confluence of the powers of the concerned Lord.When a Mantra is chanted according to the proper Tantra, the sound vibrations gather force from the Yantra and after reflecting from its surface spread out into the universe and reach the concerned Devi or Devata. These vibrations come into contact with the form of the God, gather divine powers and blessings from Him and return to the Sadhak (person chanting), thus instilling divinity into him and giving him power to achieve supernatural feats.Thus, to achieve totality of life three ingredients Mantra, Tantra and Yantra are essential because all three are supplements of each other.Yantra is an instrument, apparatus, talisman or mystical diagram, thru’ which the invisible sources of energy can be made to act/work for the advantage of the individual, by helping him realize his dreams and fulfill his desires & ambitions .Symbols used in Yantras: Shapes and patterns commonly employed in yantra include squares, triangles, circles and floral patterns but may also include more complex and detailed symbols, Dot, the supreme soul: A dot, or bindu, represents the starting point of creation or the infinite, unexpressed cosmosIf we imagine a plain surface as Universe, a dot placed on the surface represents the Shiva or supreme soul. Like Supreme, a dot does not have any direction and is indefinable. If we extend the do, it pervades the entire Universe in all directions. So, a dot represents Shiva’s energy ie Shakti concentrated at a place. Since Shiva’s energy enters the human body through sahasraara chakra located at the crown of the head and passes down to mooladhara chakra located at the bottom of the spinal cord thus activating all the other chakras in between, a dot also represents the Sahasraara chakra. Straight line, the human soul: When we draw a straight line, it divides the surface into two parts. Here, dualities like Paramaatma (super soul) and Jeevatma (human soul), happiness and sorrowfulness, day and night, heat and cold, man and woman, etc. will come into the picture. In reality, these dualities are the two sides of the same coin. For example, happiness and sorrowfulness are the different forms of emotional state of the mind. Heat and cold are two forms of the thermal energy and man and woman are two forms of the material body. So, a straight line represents Jeevathma (human soul) which is the immediate form of the super soul. Circle, the mind: When we make a circle around us, we are shunning ourselves from the outer space. So, a circle represents selfishness and closed mind. A circular object can move easily and not stable like our mind. So, a circle in Yantras is representative of human mind and ignorance of outside world. It also represents protection of our energies by not spending them for others’ welfare.The lotus flower typically represent chakras, with each petal representing a psychic propensity (or vritti) associated with that chakraTriangle, the energy: A triangle is formed by joining 3 straight lines. It forms 3 vertices. According to Physics, any pointed end works like a condenser to store energy and at certain conditions to release energy. Thus we should understand the vertices of the triangle as energy reservoirs. There are 2 types of energies.The upward triangle represents fire since it looks like the flames of fire. Fire is essential to survive and hence the upward triangle represents the life force which is also called male energy (Shiva).The downward triangle represents female energyPrakruti or Nature around us which nourishes us. Hence the downward triangle represents the female energy (Shakti).The Shatkona: Sanskrit name for a symbol identical to the composed of a balance between:An upwards triangle denoting action, extroversion or ShivaA downwards triangle denoting introversion, meditativeness, goddess energy or Shakti.A swastika represents good luck, welfare, prosperity or spiritual victorySquare, the physical body: A square will have four corners and does not move easily. It firmly places itself on the ground. So, a square or rectangle represents stability and matter. It represents earthy element with its four corners representing the four directions of the earth. Since our physical body is composed of matter, it also represents the physical body of a human being. Petals, the chakras: Shapes like petals of a flower represent the chakras in our body which represent different types of energies.Bija mantras: (usually represented as characters of Devanāgarī that correspond to the acoustic roots of a particular chakra or vritti)Geometric element meanings:Circle = Energy of the element waterSquare = Energy of the element earthTriangle = Energy of the element fireDiagonal lines = Energy of the element airHorizontal line = Energy of the element waterVertical line = Energy of the element firePoint = Energy of the element earth.
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