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« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2012, 03:52:11 AM »
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  • Hi Mario,

    Good to see you after long time.

    What is a Yantra. What are it's benefits. Do you know more details. If yes, please share with us.
    I have a Sai baba Yantra, but don't know much about it.

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    Hello v2birit,

    nice to meet you again. It was a long and hart time for me. In 2008 I was from 19/02/2008- 26/06/2008, in 2009 from 05/08/2009-23/12/2009 and in 2011 from 10/10/2011-27/02/2012 in hospital because of my paranoid schizophrenie. I was in the other world, the doctors gave up any hope in 2009.

    I hope that this will never come back. I am happy that I have survived this hart time without alcohol, zigarettes...

    I have seen wunderful things, but there was also the bad things. I have no word to describe.
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    YANTRAS:

    Here on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yantra you can read in brief what  is a yantra.

    Here they explain also was is a yantra: http://www.rudraksha-ratna.com/yantra.html

    How To Use a Yantra to Attract Abundance:

    On astroved.com: http://www.astroved.com/yantra/ you find more information on yantras.

    You can create your personal yantra on:

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    How do you whorship the SAI YANTRA:
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    Shirdi Sai Baba
     
    Purpose:
    To get the blessing of Shirdi Sai Baba.

     

    Description:

    Description: Sai Yantra is extremely useful & beneficial Yantra, since its worship strengthens benefic planets & increases their positive influence and pacifies malefic planets & neutralizes their negative effect. Sai Yantra should be worshipped life-long to ensure that you always get maximum advantage from your planets.


     Sri Sai Yantra gives the worshipper all the wishes he/she asks for. When Sri Sai yantra is established in any house the blessings of Sai Baba are showered on the residents of that house giving them health, wealth and all round prosperity. Sri Sai Yantra is very powerful Yantra and provides the worshipper with divine protection. Sri Sai Yantra also helps in removing obstacles and solving problems from worshipper's life.

    To know more about Yantras click here

     
    How to Worship this Yantra
     
    1.First be sure your body, hands are clean and start with positive mind frame.
    2.Be sure that the Yantra is placed such that you would be facing east while worshiping it.
    3.Light a diya or jyoti in front of Sai Yantra.
    4.If it is possible then put some (2-3) fresh flowers in front of Yantra.
    5.Chant the Beej Mantra provided with the Yantra 21 times. If you are unable to read Sanskrit read Hindi or English Translation, all have equal effect.
    6.Now conclude your worship by sincerely asking the Yantra, in spoken words, to grant you whatever your heart desire.
     

    Beej Mantra: (Sai Maha Mantra)
     

    !! Om Shri Sadguru Sai Nathaya Namah !!
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    Defination of Yantra



    Yantra literally means "instrument". A Yantra is a geometric design acting as a highly efficient tool for contemplation, concentration and meditation. Yantras carry spiritual significance, and point the user to higher levels of consciousness.

    The Yantra provides a focal point that is a window into the absolute. When the mind is concentrated on a single, simple object (in this case a Yantra), the mental chatter ceases. Eventually, the object is dropped when the mind can remain empty and silent without help. In the most advanced phases, it is possible to attain union with God by the geometric visualization of a Yantra.

    The Yantra is like a microcosmic picture of the macrocosm. It is a focusing point and an outer and inner doorway. The Yantras are often focused on a specific deity and so by tuning into the different Yantras you can tap into certain deities or creative force centers in the universe.

    Do yantras have any mystic power?


    The mystic power of Yantras has been narrated in many sacred books. Lord Shiva explains to his consort Parvati ,in Mahashiva Puran, that Yantra is as essential to the worship of Gods as a body is essential for a living being and as oil is essential to the oil lamps. A Yantra is helpful in every field of your life, to attain success in your profession, to acquire wealth,peace,goodluck,getting rid of tensions, to win in court cases, to ward off diseases and to progress in meditation. By having a Yantra and keeping it in a sacred place in your house, worshipping it everyday one can fulfil ones desires and attain ones goals.

    Energisation (purification) of yantra


    Energizing or Sanitizing Yantra is most important process in Yantra remedy. This work is done with utmost care & purity with all the Pooja things at Devshoppe.Puja of the yantras are done by learned purohits, specialised in energising the yantras by the Mantras and Homas. The Puja is done in accordance with the rules and regulations mentioned in the Shastras. The Beej Mantra is recited on the yantra to get it energised and thereafter Homa is performed and Ahutis are given. For more information on energisation process, kindly click HERE


    Benefits of yantras

    Energised Yantras Can help a man in thousand ways.These can prove helpful in getting rid of poverty,enemies,anger,bad time,bad effects of planets,diseases and many more.The benefits of yantras are countless.The only condition to avail these benefits is that the bearer should have faith,trust and respect for yantras.By having a Yantra and keeping it in a sacred place in your house, gazing it everyday can fulfill your desires and help in attaining your goals. It is auspicious to see the Yantra daily in the morning and one should lite incense/dhoop or lamp with ghee before the Yantra every morning,and should offer some fresh flowers.

    Mantras should be chanted for fast results!

    http://www.devshoppe.com/DivineYantra.html

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    Here is a collection of the yantras, their mantras and their benefits:

    http://www.devshoppe.com/YantrasandMantras.html
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    Puja of yantras





    Every Yantra is active only when it has been energized. Yantras are associated with the five elements of the world and individual Gods and Goddesses. The ancient texts outline a 16 step invocation and pooja ceremony for the energization of Yantras.

    The one who performs the invocation ceremony is called the "Sadhaka". He takes flowers in his hands and they are offered to the specific Deva or Devi the Yantra is associated with. The specific Deva or Devi is called the "Ishtadev or Ishta". The following steps are followed:
    The first step is called Poorv Poojan where flowers are offered to the deity while reciting the Bija Mantra (specific mantra of the Yantra):

    "Devaye Namah Aavahanam Samarpayam"


    Then flowers are offered to the Aasana (The mat on which the Sadhaka is sitting) and the following mantra is recited:

    "Devaya Namah Aasanam Samarpayami"


    Water is offered to the deity as a symbol of washing their feet by saying:

    "Devaye Paydam Samarpayami"


    Three Achman (purification of the Sadhaka by sprinkling mantra infused water over himself) while reciting

    "Devaye Aaradhye Samarpyami"


    Bath is offered to the deity while reciting

    "Devsya Asnanam Samarpayami"


    Panch Amrit (a combination of five objects: milk, ghee, curd, honey, ganga jal) bath is offered to the deity with the mantra:

    "Devaye Panchamritasnanam Samarpayami"


    Then begins the Utter Pooja where mantras are recited for the clothes and Yagyopaveet thread (sacred white thread also called "Janeu") that the Sadhaka is wearing.


    Gandh(Fragrance) is applied to the deity with

    "Devaye Gandh Samarpyami"


    Unbroken rice is offered with

    "Devaye Akshtaan Samarpyami"


    Flowers are offered with the recitation of

    "Devaye Pushparni Samarpyami"


    Dhoop (Incense) is lighted with the mantra

    "Devaye Dhoopam Samarpyami"


    Diya (Lamp) is lit and is offered to the deity with the mantra:

    "Devaye Deepam Samarpyami"


    Fruits are offered while reciting

    "Devaye Naivedyam phalam cha Samrpyami"


    Pan Supari (Betel leaf and nut) are offered with

    "Devaye Tambulam Samarpyami"


    For Aarti recite the mantra

    "Devaye Pradakshirnam Samarpyami"


    Pradakshina(to walk around the main deity and the Yantra) is done thrice with the recitation of this mantra.The pooja and invocation ceremony are finished by a final offering of the flowers and Namaskar with folded hands and with the final recitation of Bija Mantras with specific desires which need to be fulfilled.


    http://www.devshoppe.com/Puja_of_Yantras.html
     
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    Puja of Yantras
    A Yantra is an instrument, or a talisman or a mystical diagram usually in Copper, Silver, Ashtadhatu, Bhojpatra or on other relegious metals with Silver or Gold Plating. It is a technique or path, considered the simplest and shortest, through which one can attain one's desires, and fulfill one's wishes. It is said that the 'Deities' reside in the Yantras and by performing 'Puja' or worship of Yantras, one can appease them, remove the malefic effects of planets, and increase the flow of positive influences.

    As such we do a Primary Puja ( Pran Prathishtha ) of the Yantras that are sent to our valued customers, but we simultaneously recommend that they themselves also perform the following Puja of the Yantra that they have received for getting a maximum benefit.

    Procedures to be followed by you for ENERGIZING ( Pran Prathistha ) of Yantra.



    •First purify your body and start with a clear and positive mind frame .
    •Find a place on the floor facing east, where you will be undisturbed.
    •Light the incense or diya. (It does not matter how many you light).
    •Lay a fresh flower and a fresh fruit on the altar.
    •Open the Yantra and place it along with the image of the deity of yantra and your ISHT God.
    •Take the water with any leaf from any tree and sprinkle the water on yourself
    •followed by sprinkling the water on the Yantra.
    •Close your eyes and concentrate on the deity to bless you with wishes. Now with all
       sincerity, ask God to grant you the desire of your life that you wanted to be fulfilled in
       your own language.

     

    Now chant the specific BEEJ MANTRA of the YANTRA at least nine times.

    BEEJ MANTRAS OF VARIOUS YANTRAS :-

    Please note that the Beej Mantra of any Yantra remains the same irrespective of the material on which it is made.

    Bhagya Vardhak Yantra "Aum Gang Ganpatye Namah"

    Brihaspati Yantra
    "Om Graang Greeng Grong Sa Gurve Namah"
      

    Chandra Yantra
      
    "Aakarshay Mahadevi Ram mam Priyam Hey tripure
    Devdeveshi Tubhyam Dasyami Yanchitam"
      

    Ganesha Yantra
      
    "Aum Gang Ganpatye Namah"
      

    Gayatri Yantra
    "Om Bhoorbhuvah Swah Tatsyavitur Vareniyam,
    Bhargo Devasya  Dhi Mahi Dhiya Yona Prachodyat"
      

    Hanuman Yantra
    "Hoom Hanumate Rudraktamaya Hoom Phat"
      

    Kaalsarp Yantra
    "Om Triyambhakam  Yajamahey, Sungandhim Pushti  Vardanam Uruvarukamiva Bandhanan,  Mrityor Muksheeya  Mamritat "
      

    Lakshami Prapti Yantra
    "Ya Devi Sarv Bhuteshu Lakshmirupen Sansthitha
    Namastasye Namastasye Namastasye Namoh Namah:"
      

    Mahakali Yantra
      
    "Om Kareeng Kalekaye Namah, Om Kapalingaye Namah"
      

    Mukadma Vijay Yantra
    "Om Aim Hreem Kleem Mum Sarvamanokamna Siddhi Sadhya Sadhya Swaha"
      

    Navgrah Yantra
    "Om Suryae Namah, Chandrae Namah, Budhae Namah,
    Brahaspatiae Namah, Mangale Namah, Shukrae Namah, Sani Ae Namah, Rahu Ae Namah, Ketu Ae Namah, Navgarahe Namah"
      

    Guru Yantra/ Locket
    "Om Gram Green Grom Sah Guruve Namah"
      

    Saraswati Yantra    
    "Ya Devi Sarv Bhuteshu Buddhirupen Sansthitha
    Namastasye Namastasye Namastasye Namoh Namah:"
      

    Shri Kuber Yantra  
    "Om Hreem Shreem Hreem Kuberay Namah"
      

    Shri Mahalakshmi Yantra  
    "Aum Shri Mahalakymaye Namah"
      

    Shri Mangal Yantra  
    "Om Shraang Shreeng Shrong Sa Mangalaye Namha"
      

    Shri Shukra Yantra  
    "Om Draang Dreeng Drong Sa Shukraye Namha"
      

    Sri Ambaji Yantra  
    "Om Aing Hreeng Kleeng Chamundaye Vichche"
      

    Sri Baglamukhi Yantra  
    "Om Hareeng Bagla Mukhi Namha"
      

    Sri Bhairon Yantra  
    "Om Hareeng Butkaya Aapduddhar anay kuru kuru
    Batukaya Hareeng"
      

    Sri Bhoot Pret Badha Nivaran Yantra
     
    "Hoom Hanumate Rudraktamaya Hoom Phat"
      

    Sri Budh Yantra  
    "Om Bram Breem Brom sah Budhay Namah "
      

    Sri Druga Bisa Yantra  
    "Aaeng Hareeng Kaleeng Chamundaye Vichche"
      

    Sri Kanakdhara Laxmi Yantra  
    "Om Hreem Sahastravadane Kanakeshwari Sheeghram Avatar Aagachh Om Phat Swaahaa"
      

    Sri Karya Sidhi Yantra  
    "Om Hreem shreem Kleem Namaha"
      

    Sri Ketu Yantra
    "Om Hreem Ketve Namah"
      

    Sri Lakshmi Narayana Yantra  
    "Aum Shri Mahalakymaye Namah"
      

    Sri Maha Durga Yantra  
    "Om Shreem Hreem Kamle Kamlalaye Praseed Shreem
    Hreem Shreem Om Mahalaxmiyei Namah "
     
     

    Sri Maha Sudrashan Yantra  
    " Om Namo Narayanaya Namah"
     
     

    Sri Maharityunjaya Yantra  
    " Tryamabakam Yajamahe Saugandhim Pushti vardhanam Urvarukmiv Bandhanan mrityor mukhsheevamamritiyat"
      

    Sri Rahu Yantra  
    "Om Bhraang bhreeg Bhrang Sa Rahve Namah"
     
     

    Sri Ram Raksha Yantra "
    Ram Ramete Ramete, Rame rame manorame
    Sahasre nam Tatulyam,Ram Nam Varanane"
      

    Sri Saibaba Yantra  
    "Om Sadguru Shri Sai Namah "
      

    Sri Santan Gopal Yantra  
    "Aakarshay Mahadevi Ram mam Priyam Hey tripure
    Devdeveshi Tubhyam Dasyami Yanchitam"
      

    Sri Shani Yantra  
    "Om Preeang Preeng Prong Sa Shanye Namah"
      

    Sri Shukra Yantra  
    "Om Draang Dreeng Drong Sa Shukraye Namha"
      

    Sri Subh Labh Yantra  
      
    "Om Shareeng Hareeng Kaleeng Glaeeng gang Ganpataye var varad Sarvjan me Vashmanaya Svaha"
      

    Sri Vastu Dosh Nivaran Yantra  
    "Om Aakarshay Mahadevi Ram mam Priyam Hey Tripure
    Devdeveshi Tubhyam Dasyami Yanchitam"
      

    Sri Vishnu Yantra  
    "Om Namo Narayanaya"
      

    Sri Vyapar Vridhi Yantra  
    "Om Akarshaye Swaha"
      

    Sri Yantra  
    "Om Shreem Hreem Shreem Kamle Kamalalaye Praseed,
    Praseed, Shreem Hreem Shreem Om Mahalaxmaye
    Namah"
      

    Surya Yantra  
    "Om Ghrineea Surya Aditya Om"
      

    Vahan Durghatna Nashak Yantra  
    "Om Aum Hraam Hreem Shree Vayu Putreye Namah "
      

    Vashikaran Yantra  
    "Om Lakeem Lakeem Devdattmaaye Mum Vashyam Kuru Kuru Swaha !!"
      

    Shiv Yantra/ Locket  
    "Om Namh Shivay"
      

    Vidya Prapti Yantra  
    "Om Gun Ganapatayei Namah!"
    "Om Aim Saraswateyei Namah!"
    "Ya Devi Sarva Bhootayshu Vidya Roopen Sansthitha!
    Namastasyaye Namastasyaye Namastasyaye Namoha Namah!!
      

    Raksha KavachYantra
    "Mrityunjaya Mahadev Traahimaam Sharanagatam
    Janam-Mrityu Jara Vyadhi Piditam Karmbandhane"
      

    Lagan Yog Yantra        
    "Vakratunda Mahakaya, Suryakoti samaprabha
    Nirvighnam Kuru me dev, Sarva karyeshu sarvada        

     
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    Concept Of Yantra
    The Sanskrit word 'Yantra' derives from the root 'yam' meaning to sustain, hold or support the energy inherent in a particular element, object or concept. It is usually composed of an outer geometrical form enclosing interior geometrical designs. Each particular design is used for a specific purpose or intent. In its first meaning, 'Yantra' may refer to any kind of mechanical contrivance, which is harnessed to aid an enterprise. A Yantra in this sense, therefore, is any sort of machine or instrument such as is used in architecture, astronomy, alchemy, chemistry, warfare or recreation.

    In Indian culture from Ancient times to achieve happiness, prosperity, long life and good health; there has been quite an important role of Yantra, Tantra and Mantra. These Mystical Diagrams called Yantra are written on Tantra in the form of Gold, Silver, copper, Asthdhatu and Bhoj Patra symbolize different Powers. These Yantra are energized or Pran Pratishthit by using different Mantras of respective Deities. These deities in Yantra then help in achieving Particular task or desire. Yantra are energized by Seed and Tantrik Mantra which give immediate results and help in achieving desired results.

    A Yantra is a geometric design acting as a highly efficient tool for contemplation, concentration and meditation. Yantras carry spiritual significance, and point the user to higher levels of consciousness.

    The Yantra provides a focal point that is a window into the absolute. When the mind is concentrated on a single, simple object (in this case a Yantra), the mental chatter ceases. Eventually, the object is dropped when the mind can remain empty and silent without help. In the most advanced phases, it is possible to attain union with God by the geometric visualization of a Yantra.

    A Sanskrit text of the eleventh century AD, Samarangana Sutradhara on the science of architecture, gives vivid descriptions of the making and operating of such mechanical Yantra as a wooden flying bird, wooden aero planes meant to fly with hot mercury as fuel, male and female robot figures, etc. The meaning of the term Yantra has been expanded to refer to religious enterprises, and has acquired a special theological significance. Mystic Yantra are aids to and the chief instruments of meditative discipline. Basically a Yantra used in this context and for this purpose is an abstract geometrical design intended as a 'tool' for meditation and increased awareness.

    http://www.rudraksham.com/concept-yantra

    Principle Of Yantra
    Mystic Yantra are an amalgam of three principles:

    1. The form principle (Akriti-rupa).
    2. The function-principle (Kriya-rupa).
    3. The power-principle (Sakti-rupa).

    They are, first of all, believed to reveal the inner basis of the forms and shapes abounding in the universe. Just as, whatever the outer structure, all matter is made of an intrinsic basic unity, the atom, so each aspect of the world can be seen in its structural form as a Yantra. As the scientist sees the final picture of the world in the orderly, simple, atomic structures in which certain primal shapes appear as a harmonized 'whole', so the Indian shilpi-Yogins (makers of ritual art) seek to identify the innermost structure of the universe by concentrating the variegated picture of world-appearances through intense yogic vision into simple form-equations. A Yantra, then, can be considered an ultimate form- equation of a specific energy manifesting in the world. These simple form- equations are held to epitomize the real nature of the cosmos as abstracted from the concrete. In its widest application, Akriti-rupa refers to the inner or hidden form of structures, so that any structure, from an atom to a star, has its Akriti-rupa Yantra. Thus a flower or a leaf has an outer structure which is immediately perceptible, but it also has an inner form, which generally consists of a skeletal framework in which all its linear forms intersect with a central axis or nucleus: all forms have a gross structure and a 'subtle' inner structure, with a basic causal pattern (the inner form) for the external form.

    Yantra function as revelatory symbols of cosmic truths and as instructional charts of the spiritual aspect of human experience. All the primal shapes of a Yantra are psychological symbols corresponding to inner states of human consciousness, through which control and expansion of psychic forces are possible. It is for this reason that a Yantra is said to embody a 'function-principle' (Kriya-rupa).

    By constant reinforcement in ritual worship the apparently inert Yantra- forms shake off their dormancy and act together as emblems of psychic power. In this case, the Yantra is said to move beyond 'form' and 'function' and emerges as a 'power diagram' (Sakti-rupa). endowed with a self-generating propensity to transform a mundane experience into a psychic one. It is at this point that the Yantra is said to be 'revealed'. Although its outward meaning may be relatively easy to understand, the inner meaning that gives it its efficacy is difficult to grasp because its archetypal forms are basically concerned with the inner facts of psychic experience, gained through intuitive vision.

    http://www.rudraksham.com/energizing-yantra


    Energizing Of Yantra
    After purification of Yantra with Panchgavya, Panchamrit and Gangajal; the Yantra is energized / Pran-Pratishthit with respective Mantra. Without Energisation, Yantra is not useful. It has not been kept at home/work place without energisation. It gives otherwise negative rays which results in loss in place of any benefit.

    Energizing or Sanitizing Yantra is most important process in Yantra remedy. Puja of the yantras are done by learned purohits, specialised in energising the yantras by the Mantras and Homas. The Puja is done in accordance with the rules and regulations mentioned in the Shastras. The Beej Mantra is recited on the yantra to get it energised.

    http://www.rudraksham.com/guidelines-yantra

    Guidelines for Puja
    A Yantra is an instrument, or a talisman or a mystical diagram. It is a technique or path, considered the simplest and shortest, through which one can attain one's desires, and fulfill one's wishes. It is said that the 'Deities' reside in the Yantras and by performing 'Puja' or worship of Yantras, one can appease them, remove the malefic effects of planets, and increase the flow of positive influences.

    Certain Yantra once energized does not require regular Puja; they remain hidden for whole life. Yantra, which are made on Metal like Gold, silver, copper etc., require regular offerings and Puja. They require regular bathing and offering of scent, rice, flower, jaggery etc. Yantra should be placed Flat on silken yellow cloth on the Alter.

    http://www.rudraksham.com/guidelines-yantra
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    Home -> Vedic Science -> Yantra [Types of Yantra]
     
    Types of Yantra
    There are different types of Yantras for different purposes. They can help you to attain success in your business, bring the person under your control, and bring wealth and prosperity to you. The Yantras have to be purified and energized before using it. Yantras energized during the nights of Maha Shivratri, Holi and Diwali are most effective and powerful. Normally the related Mantras are also chanted in the presence of the Yantras for quick results. 
     

    According to Shastras, Yantras are divided into Seven types which are used accordingly. 
    1. Sharir Yantra
    There are six chakras in the body, through which Kundalini is awakened. There are specific Yantras for each Chakra, which are worn or used accordingly. Each Yantra carries separate mantras, which if recited, indicates different gains. These are called ‘Sharir Yantras’.
    2. Dharn Yantra
    As the name indicates, these Yantras are worn on different parts of the body for specific use. They bestow the results when used accordingly. There are several such Yantras and methods.
    3. Asan Yantra
    Such Yantras are kept under Aasna at the time of Sadhana. These bears fruits early than other Yantras. These Yantras are placed in temples, in the foundation of houses, used as Devas. Such Yantras are kept under every Deva for early good results.
    4. Mandal Yantra
    In this the Sadhakas are made to sit in the shape of Yantras itself. Nine persons take part in it. One sits in the centre, four persons in four directions and others recite other mantras. The Sadhana with this Yanra bears fruit early. 
    5. Pooja Yantra
    These Yantras are installed in temples and Pooja is performed. Actually these Yantras are of a different devas. Such Yantras are installed in many ways namely:-
    A.   While installing the idols of Devas, the Yantras are written in digits and accordingly while performing pooja, the names of respective Devas are recited. The Muslims write 786, which is a digital Yantra for the word "Bisam Allah".
    B.   In Yantra, the name of Deva is written in the centre and pooja is performed.
    C.  Some Yantras are prepared while writing the mantras. In such case, we write full mantras somewhere, at other place the first words of mantras are written, whereas in other cases we write Beej mantras only.
    D.   On some yantras the photos of Devas and Devi etc are pasted or drawn and pooja is performed. In Such yantras colours are used in the pictures of Devas etc.
     
    6. Chhatar Yantra
    The above yantras enumerated at Serial 1 to 5 are written at the place where you sit, on at the roof top, on the Skull etc and are Called Chhatar Yantras. These yantras are kept under turbon, hat, or in a Cloth which is kept always with the man as towel etc or be kept in a pocket.
    7. Darshan Yantras

    These are yantras, which are if seen by the Sadhaka, he is benefited. Or the place where these are installed or worn, blesses the native with Success. In India, there are places where purified yantras are installed and those places are very powerful to mitigate the troubles and evils of the people if pooja is performed there. In temples of Jagan Nath Puri, Ishairon Yantra and in Shri Nath Dwar, Sudarshan yantra etc. is installed.
    But the above yantras should be written in a methodical way, following the right directions, material etc. 
     
     
    http://shreevedic.com/oldsite/vedicscience/typesofyantra.asp


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    Elements in Yantra

    The world is composed of five elements Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Sky. In Yantras, where lines are used with the basic concept of ‘Bindu’ or point, all these elements are used particularly Earth, Water and Fire. Yantras are rectangular and of Water element are round whereas that of Fire are Triangular.
    Triangular Yantra when is of raised lines indicates Lord SHIVA'S Yantra and when is of Carved lines denotes of BHAGWATI Yantra.

    Following five elements Yantra indicate specific use, which are to be memorised by the Sadhaka.
     
    1. Prithvi Tatva These Yantras bestow contentment, comforts, ambitions and success.
    2. Jal Tatva These Yantras bless the native with respect, Love, Contentment, removes restlessness, Smoothness, affection in life and wisdom.
    3. Agni Tatva These Yantras are helpful in gaining respect, success, avert failures and troubles etc.
    4. Vaayu Tatva These Yantras stand for difficulties, disrespect, unintelligence, etc and they increase such instincts and attract the users to vices.
    5. Aakash Tatva These Yantras are useful for creating affection, education, Love for all, removing worries, and success in efforts for spirituality in solitude.
     
     
    http://shreevedic.com/oldsite/vedicscience/elementsinyantra.asp

    Division of Yantra
    In Mohammedan practice, Yantras has been divided into four types, and known as Atshi, Badi Abbi and Khakhi which corresponds to Fiery (Agni), Airy (Vayu), Watery (Jal) and Earthy (Prithvi) respectively. In Hindu and other religions these are used for specific but for same purpose.

     
    Agni or Atshi Yantras are written on paper, Bhoj Patra, old clothes, China wares etc. hese Yantras are put in Fire or buried near hearth place or Fire place etc. They bless the native with success and help in overcoming the difficulties of life and for controlling dreams etc. These should be written facing East, sitting on one knee and near the Fire. 
     Badi or Airy yantras are those, which are bung with a tree or are placed at a height where they should remain in motion. These are used for affection, love affairs or for stopping the speech of another man etc. It should be written while sitting at a height or rooftop of a house.
     Abbi Yantras are known as Jal or Watery one; these are thrown in river, canal, well or any place where there is water as per specific directions. Generally, these are used for release of prisoners etc. Write facing West, standing in water.
     Khaki or Prithvi or Earthy Yantras are burried under the Chowkhat, cremation path, and mountain or at the places where four roads meet. These are used for the death of enemies. These Yantras be written while facing south, sitting on one knee, dhoop or incense be lighted.
     
     
    http://shreevedic.com/oldsite/vedicscience/divisonofyantra.asp

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    Energizing Yantra 

    Before using or wearing Yantras, pooja is to be performed for which there is a specific method. The method is provided hereunder for the candid use of Sadhaka. The stepwise method is to be adopted. Since every Yantra is associated to a particular Deva or Devi, so the Sadhaka should first keep in mind, the particular Isht.

     
     
    One should take flowers in both hands; the flowers should be of Anjeel and be offered to yantra reciting the Beej Mantra. This is a worship of Deva, Isht or Deity and Yantra.
    Poorv Poojan (Starting)
     Flowers to be offered while speaking "Devaye Namah Aavahanam Samarpayam".
     Flowers to be offered for Aasan while reciting "Devaya Namah Aasanam Samarpayami" 
     Water be offered to wash the feet of Lord or Deity while speaking "Devaye Paydam samarpayami" 
     Take three Achamans while reciting "Devaye Aaradhye Samarpyami".
     Bath to be offered to Deva while reciting "Devsya asnanam samarpayami".
     Panch Amrit bath to be offered with mantra "Devaye panchamritasnanam samarpayami" 
     

    Utter Pooja
     For Vastra or clothes up vastra and Yagya Paveet, recite the mantras “Devaye Vastram samarpyami”.
     Chandan to be applied while reciting "Devaye Gandh Samarpyami" 
     Unbroken rice to be offered while reciting "Devaye akshtaan samarpyami"
     For wealth, this mantra be recited, "Devaye pushparni samarpyami"
     Dhoop to be lighted and offered with mantra, "Devaye dhoopam samarpyami"
     Deep to be lighted and offered with mantra, "Devaye deepam samarpyami"
     Fruits be offered while reciting, "Devaye navedyam phalam cha samrpyami"
     Paan and Supari to be offered with mantra "Devaye tambulam samarpyami"
     For Aarti, recite the mantra, "Devaye pradakshirnam samarpyami" Pradakshina, means to walk around, be made thrice with mantra "Yani Kan cha papani janmantarkirtani chaTani Sarvani Nashyantu Pradakshin Pade Pade"
     In the end, offer flowers and Namaskar with folded hands, and prayer to be performed with Beej Mantra with specific desires which to be expressed. 
     


    The above 16 steps are for pooja of Yantra. In case, one cannot do all for any reason, then Sadhaka is advised to light dhoop, apply Chandan, red vermillion and scent while reciting Beej Mantra or Mahamrityunjay Mantra after taking bath and wearing new or washed clothes.
    You can use your Ishat mantra for pooja. Do it yourself in the way it is easy for you. All your desires will be fulfilled.
     
     
     http://shreevedic.com/oldsite/vedicscience/energisingyantra.asp


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    Yantra Meditation
     

     Hang the YANTRA on a wall facing North or East, placing the centre of the YANTRA at the level of your eyes.
     



     Adopt your favourite posture or, if you want, sit on a chair maintaining your spine straight.


     
    Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth, but do not force at all, just let the breath flow normally.

     Look into the centre of the YANTRA, trying to blink as rarely as possible; you don't want to look at the particular details of the YANTRA, just keep your sight right in the centre and observe the whole YANTRA at once.
     
    This exercise should last at least 15-30 minutes every day; the experience will be indescribable.
     

     In time, after at least seven days of YANTRA meditation you will be able to tap into the same yantric energy even without a YANTRA (at the beginning you may fix your sight on an exterior or imaginary point or evoke the YANTRA with your eyes closed)
     

     Do not forget to consecrate the fruits of this practice to God (karma yoga); you should not chase any objective when doing YANTRA meditation, just let it gradually guide you towards the sublime energies of the MACROCOSMOS.
     

     When executing this technique it is recommended that we maintain a state of aspiration and intense longing for experiencing the beatific energies of the consciousness.
     

     In superior phases, the YANTRA absorbs the practitioner's complete attention, and he can no longer tell if the YANTRA is within himself or if he is within the YANTRA; this is the state of non-duality.
     
     
     
    http://shreevedic.com/oldsite/vedicscience/yantrameditation.asp


     

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    Well Done Mario. Good Explaination
    Wish you good luck with your health. Baba will surely bless you for the good work in religion that you are doing.

    Om Sai Ram

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    Thank you v2birit,

    oh, my past 4 years were so hard. I always trusted my Indian friend Dharmender who contacted a sadhu about my future.

    These two poeple have helped me a lot.

    But now the hard time has passed and I feel great.

    I never give up. The sadhu told us that we will help many poor poeple in India and we will travel alot.

    Om Sai Ram

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    Goodness Gracious !!!

    Om Sai Ram

    Thank you v2birit,

    oh, my past 4 years were so hard. I always trusted my Indian friend Dharmender who contacted a sadhu about my future.

    These two poeple have helped me a lot.

    But now the hard time has passed and I feel great.

    I never give up. The sadhu told us that we will help many poor poeple in India and we will travel alot.

    Om Sai Ram

     


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