The literal meaning of Yantra is machine. It is a Sanskrit word meaning mystical diagram, these are specially designed diagrams used as amulets and talismans and are believed to possess, mystical and magical properties. Yantras play a very important role in eastern astrology and Indian religions. It is basically a geometrical figure which is inscribed in metal plates or paper or drawn on walls or floors directly. The yantras are based on the ancient Hindu Vedic techniques and are representation of various mantras and deities.
The origin of Yantras can be traced back to the ancient Vedic age. It holds a lot of importance in Hinduism and Buddhism. Symbols like circles, dot, triangle, squares, floral patterns and others are used to make yantras, which are representation of cosmic energies and powers. Yantras are made on various objects like paper, metal, precious or semi-precious stones, etc. It is usually placed on altars or place of worship or can be worn as a form of charm and amulet.
Various mantras or cosmic energies are diagrammatically represented by Yantras, which resonates positive energy, dispels negativity and acts as a protective and spiritual device. Based on various factors there are several types of yantras such as numerological yantra, Gods and Goddesses yantras which represent the different deities, planetary yantras and many more. Some of the popular yantras available are Shree Yantra, Kuber Yantra, Gayatri Yantra, Durga Beesa Yantra, Vashikara Yantra and various others. However, as per the Vedic texts the most powerful and auspicious yantra is the Shree Yantra as it encompasses the energy of all the Goddesses.
Yantras are believed to bring about positive energies and are very powerful devices and help in bringing peace, prosperity, wealth, good fortune, good health and protection to its believers. They help people to bring about positive changes in their personal lives and attain their dreams and wishes. It is designed in a specific way that it represents all the five natural elements - air, water, earth, fire and sky. And if one worships it with great devotion and reverence, it helps the worshipper in various aspects of their lives and bestows great blessings on them.
Yantras increases the power of the prayers and help in manifesting various goals and wishes. Yantras bring in lot of positive energy and vibrations. They uplift the wellbeing of the worshiper and provide to be an excellent spiritual device. It enhances our lives on various dimensions and each yantra is made for specific purpose. This cosmic device attracts, enhances and absorbs the cosmic energies and helps the user to work with positive frequencies for his total wellbeing.
Once you get a specific yantra, there are few rites and rituals to be performed before you start using the yantra. It is believed in order to yield the best results from this device; it needs to be activated by a siddhipuja. It is a type of ritual or puja performed by a Hindu priest, to bless and activate the yantra.
Yantras have been used in the Hindu and Buddhist traditions for eons. They have proved to be magnificent devices for various issues and problems of human lives. They are great Vedic astrological device, which provide remedies for numerous issues and challenges. The yantras can be used for number of human affairs and to connect with the divine.
Yantra has very important role in Vedic astrology. Because of magnificent powers of yantra many astrologers suggest specific yantra as remedies.
You should get yantra only after energized by expert Astrologer or Pandit.
Primary Puja (Pran Pratishtha) of the Yantras is very essential before using it.
Yantra can be used for many purposes like followings:
|Attraction / Aakarshan
|Job Promotion or Change
||Business Growth / Success