The Sri Yantra

The Sri Yantra can be considered a symbol of sacred geometry.

Sacred geometry ascribes symbolic and sacred meanings to specific geometric shapes and certain geometric proportions. As a result, many people believe that a god serves as the world's geometer. Sacred geometry has been referred to as the geometry used to design and construct religious structures such as churches, temples, mosques, religious monuments, altars, and tabernacles.


The study of sacred geometry has its origins in nature and the mathematical principles at work in the world that we live in. Geometry can be used to explain many of the forms found in nature. To store their honey, honeybees, for example, construct hexagonal cells. In some cases, these and other correspondences are interpreted in terms of sacred geometry. They are regarded as additional evidence of the natural significance of geometric forms.


What is Sri Yantra?

The word 'yantra' means 'instrument'. Sri Yantra is a 12,000-year-old symbol, an instrument or powerful tool for intense meditation, prayer, or concentration to achieve a higher level of consciousness.

Yantras are mystical diagrams used in Tantric traditions. The Sri Yantra is a particular yantra consisting of nine triangles surrounding a central point.


What do People use Sri Yantra for?

Yantras are used for a wide range of purposes by people hoping for success, and the Sri Yantra is no exception to this rule. One excellent example is the use of the Sri Yantra as an aide in meditation.


Sri Yantra is also used as an adornment for interior spaces, which is done for both its pleasing appearance and the supposed spiritual power it possesses.


The presence of a Sri Yantra in one's home can have various spiritual, emotional, and physical benefits, like:


  • A decrease in negativity

  • Wealth

  • A sense of well-being

  • Cohesion

  • Greater opportunities for advancement

  • Good luck

  • Destruction of potentially damaging forces


How to use Sri Yantra:
  • Using the Yantra as a meditation tool, you can achieve resonance with the divine energy that governs the Yantra.

  • You can put it on your desk, wall, or altar, or near the entrance to your home.

  • If you want to, you can put it in your car. It creates a force field around itself and charges the surrounding environment.

  • You can wear it as a pendant, bracelet, ring, or T-shirt, among other options.

  • Yantra can also be carried in your wallet if you so choose. You will be surrounded by an aura of positive energy created by the vibrations of the Yantra.

Overall, the use of the Sri Yantra is intended to promote a person's physical, mental, and spiritual well-being, putting so they can succeed in a wide range of endeavours.

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