।। नर्मदे हर ।।
संस्कृत में, शब्द "यन्त्र" मूल शब्द "यम" से आया है, जिसका अर्थ है "साधन" या "सहायता," और "निशान", जो "त्रां" से निकला है, जिसका अर्थ है "बंधन से मुक्त होना।" ध्यान और चिंतन के लिए एक यंत्र एक उपकरण या उपकरण है, और आध्यात्मिक मुक्ति का समर्थन करता है। देवताओं, सिद्धांतों और ग्रहों से संबंधित सैकड़ों यन्त्र डिज़ाइन हैं। समारोहों और अनुष्ठानों में उपयोग किया जाता है, यन्त्र डिजाइन कागज या छाल पर पाया जा सकता है, या फूल की पंखुड़ियों, राख और चावल से बनाया जा सकता है।
मध्यस्थता प्रथाओं या "विष्णु" के लिए, फेंग शुई के वैदिक संस्करण, एक यन्त्र को सोने से विद्यमान एक वर्ग तांबे की प्लेट पर उभरा जाता है। तब पुजारी द्वारा प्लेटों को औपचारिक रूप से "चार्ज" किया जाता है - जिसका अर्थ है कि भौतिक वस्तु एक विशिष्ट कंपन या ऊर्जा के लिए "ट्यून" है। एक बार चार्ज होने पर, यंत्र को एक पवित्र वस्तु के रूप में देखा जाता है।
In Sanskrit, the word "yantra" comes from the root word "yama", meaning "means" or "aid," and "mark", which derives from "tran", meaning "to be free from bondage." A yantra is an instrument or apparatus for meditation and contemplation, and supports spiritual liberation. There are hundreds of yantra designs related to deities, principles and planets. Used in ceremonies and rituals, yantra designs can be found on paper or bark, or can be made from flower petals, ashes and rice.
For mediation practices or "Vishnu", the Vedic version of feng shui, a yantra is embossed on a square copper plate existing with gold. The plates are then formally "charged" by the priest - meaning that the physical object is "tuned" to a specific vibration or energy. Once charged, the yantra is seen as a sacred object.
By Shri Narmadeshwar Shri Laxmi Yantra Mandir
Khadga means sword, Mala means garland, Stotram means
hymn of praise. So the Khadgamala Stotram is a hymn to
the Great Mother, which bestows a garland of swords upon
those who recite it, symbol of the energy that enables us to
transcend attachment and rise on the spiritual level.
In this extraordinary Khadgamala Stotra are mentioned one
by one all the Devi of the Shri Yantra (or Shri Chakra), that
is the geometric representation of the mystical Supreme Goddess.
This Devi Khadagamala accompany step by step the devotee to
the worship of Devi in the Shri Yantra and is considered as
the highest form of worship to the Devi.
The Yantra is composed of a series of nine overlapping
triangles around a small central point, Bindu, forming 43
triangular projections. Around the central diagram there is
the first Lotus with 8 petals and a second with 16 petals
encased in three circles and a square fence (bhupur) of
three lines with four entrances on all four sides. The Bindu
at the center represents the cosmic Union of Shiva and
Shakti and contains the potentiality of the universe within
itself. It is the universe before the Big Bang. All other parts
of the diagram represent the Cosmos evolved from Bindu,
expanding to Tripura Sundari or cosmic creative power. The
presiding deity the Shri Yantra is Maha Tripura Sundari, the
The Shri Yantra is the two-dimensional representation of the
Sacred Mount Meru, the center of the universe in Hindu,
Buddhist and Jain cosmology. There are nine chakras in the
Shri Yantra. Each of these nine levels have a distinct shape,
a distinguished name and are associated with a number of
incarnations or aspects of the Supreme Mother. Each level
is one of the triangles or circles of Lotus petals, with the
outermost square representing the ground level and the
Bindu in its Center is the highest peak of the mountain.
1. Trailokya Mohan or Bhupur, a square of three lines with four
2. Sarvasa Paripurak, a sixteen-petal lotus, which fulfills all the
3. Sarva Sankshobahana, an eight-petal lotus, which agitates
4. Sarva Saubhagyadayaka, composed of fourteen small
triangles, which gives all the auspiciousness.
5. Sarvartha Sadhaka, composed of ten small triangles, which
accomplish all purposes .
6. Sarva Rakshakara, composed of ten small triangles, which
gives all the protections .
7. Sarva Rogahara, composed of eight small triangles, which
removes all the diseases .
8. Sarva Siddhiprada, composed of 1 small triangle, which
gives all the realizations .
9. Sarva Anandamay, composed of a point or Bindu, which is
full of bliss for all.
By Shri Narmadeshwar Shri Laxmi Yantra Mandir.
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