Goddess Lakshmi (wealth and abundance) and Goddess Lalita (Tripura Sundari - beauty)
The Shri Yantra is a sacred instrument that is formed by interlocking nine triangles that surround and radiate out from the central point known as bindu. All the triangles represents the unification of the masculine and feminine and it does so with the help of four isosceles triangles pointing upwards which represent the masculine part or Shiva and four isosceles triangles pointing downwards which represent the female part or Shakti, forming 43 triangles including the central triangle that denote the cosmos or a womb symbolic of creation. All of these triangles together express advaita or non-duality. It represents that Shiva along with Shakti is engaged in the eternal dissolution and recreation of the universe. At the middle of this yantra is the bindu which symbolizes the highest, the invisible and the elusive center from which the entire figure and the cosmos expands. This point represents the point between the physical universe and its unmanifest source. The bindu in the center of the Shri Yantra is the symbolic representation of the cosmic spiritual union of Shiva and Shakti. These triangles are enclosed by two circles of eight petals and sixteen petals and a square that represents a temple with four doors. The outer lines of the frame are broken which represent the figure like a sanctuary that has four openings to the different regions of the universe. There are various deities who reside in the nine layers of the yantra and all of these deities have been described in the Devi Khadagmala Mantra. This yantra is also known by other names like Shri Chakra, Nava Chakra etc., as we can see nine levels in it.
Bhupar – it is a square that has three lines and four portals.
Sankshobhan – it is a lotus consisting of eight petals.
Aasa Paripurak – it is a lotus consisting of sixteen petals.
Saubhagyadayak – it is made up of fourteen small triangles.
Arthasadhak – it is made up of ten small triangles.
Rakshakar – it is made up of ten small triangles.
Rogahar – it is made up of eight small triangles.
Siddhiprada – it is made up of one small triangle
Anandamay – it is made up of one point or bindu.
Shri Yantra embodies countless number of deities and represents the whole of creation. Hence by worshiping the Devi in Shri Chakra one is actually worshiping the highest ultimate force in the mystical form. This yantra is also called Navayoni Chakra because it is composed of nine triangles.
Shri Yantra is one of the most auspicious, important and powerful yantras, which not only gives maximum benefit, but also proves beneficial for almost everybody.
It is the source of attaining all worldly desires and fulfilling all wishes through inner cosmic power and mental strength.
"Shri Yantra" - Shri meaning wealth and Yantra - Meaning "Instrument" i.e. the Instrument for Wealth. Shree Yantra brings about material and spiritual wealth. Shri Yantra has that unexplained power to fulfill all our wishes and change your life for the better.
Shri Yantra is definitely the answer to all the problems and negativity in our life. Any person using Shri Yantra achieves much greater affluence, peace and harmony. Shri Yantra helps in breaking all the Obstacles in our life.
Energization Yantra Specific:
Soak in saline water overnight (Thursday night). This takes away all negativity from the metal. Then take it out, wash with normal water and keep on moist earth (mud) under sunlight for few hours. Then take it for Puja.
Place Yantra on a plate and wash it with water and milk mixed with saffron. Then wash it again with Ganga Jal. Light incense and sprinkle water where the Yantra is to be kept with chanting mantra.
A Shivlinga is also placed near the Yantra during energization.
Place yellow cloth and put the yantra on it. Put Kum Kum/Sandal paste and a coral mala on the yantra. Offer red chunri/cloth and sacred perfume to yantra.
Start putting kumkum/sandal paste on central dot with chanting of mantra and repeat same by touching the tips of the petal clockwise and outwards after finishing all the petals, do the same in anti-clockwise towards the center.
Offer akshat, flowers (yellow), Gur (jaggery), raw turmeric and incense to the yantra. Chant 108 times the following mantra (written in Mantra section) with Lotus seed rosary.
Then cover Shri Yantra with red cloth. If possible daily puja of yantra is good but every Friday one should pray and worship the yantra without lifting from seat after lifting the red cloth. Offer Moli, Roli, Akshat, fresh flowers (yellow), Gur (jaggery) and raw turmeric etc., incense to the yantra. During the puja recite “Shri suktam”.
The tip of the Shri Yantra is called the aerial or antenna in scientific term and is called Mahatripur Sundari, which means Niwas Sthan (home) of Sampoorna (all) Devis and Devtas (God and Goddess) in religious term.
Meditation is done on the tip of the Shree Yantra (Mahatripur Sundari) and while chanting Mahalakshmi Mantra concentrate on the tip and meditate with open eyes. It is also helpful for students in achieving focus and intelligence.
Shri Yantra can be installed in home/office on a Friday under a good muhurta. It can also be installed on Deepavali day.