Goddess Lakshmi (wealth and abundance) and Goddess Lalita (Tripura Sundari - beauty)
Koorma Prishtha Meru Shri Yantra is a three dimensional form of Shri Yantra which is raised on a tortoise back with the same structure as described under Meru Shri Yantra.
The Shri Yantra designed on the mount over the back of a tortoise looks similar to the dome of a temple that is slightly mounted. It also depicts one of the fundamentals of Vaastu Kala which says that any residential house, palace or temple must be mounted at the centre to the top, so that the person residing in it should get more energy radiation and solar reflections from the Universe in order to ensure a life of abundance.
Koorma Prishtha (Meru) Shri Yantra is one of the oldest, rarest and most precious Yantras and believed to have been created by Adi Guru Dattatreya for the welfare of the world. The name, Koorma Prishtha, which means, “mounted at the back of tortoise upwards” is also significant because in Hindu mythology, it is believed that the tortoise lifted the weight of the earth on its back. The tortoise is particularly relevant as it’s a very powerful, protected being that can live in either water or land. It is also non-violent and nature has provided it with a strong cover or jacket to protect it from danger.
This yantra is also called Kachchap Prishtha Shri Yantra.
Defects in the northeast and north are the most serious ones, therefore, it can be effectively used for correcting defects of the north (direction of health, fortune, career, and money) and northeast (energetically the most sacred and important area of any building). When placed in the northeast, it improves the spatial energies of the whole premises.
The Koorma Prishtha Meru Shri Yantra is a valuable corrective tool. Even if a home, office or factory has been built according to Vaastu, the Koorma Prishtha Meru is a great energetic blessing that enhances the flow of vibrant energy of health and abundance.
The effectiveness of three-dimensional Koorma Prishtha Meru Shri Yantra can be optimized by correct placement of the same. The Koorma Prishtha Meru strengthens feminine energies in the house. North placement of the Koorma Prishtha Meru is beneficial for enhancing financial flow and good fortune and for helping to balance a closed north with no windows or doors.
The Koorma Prishtha Meru in the east, where it can be exposed to direct sunlight, is quite brilliant. Tests with skin resistance measurements have shown that the Koorma Prishtha Meru harmonizes all twelve meridians in the body, so it can also be useful to set it up at your working place, in your office, or in the living room in order to harmonize these areas.
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.
A Shivalinga can also be 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 the Shri Yantra with a red cloth. If possible daily pooja 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 pooja 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 Sthaan (home) of Sampoorna (all) Devis and Devtas (God and Goddess) in religious terms.
Meditation is done on the tip of the Shri 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.
It should be installed at home/office on a Friday under a good muhurta. It can also be installed on Deepawali day.