Yantra Tantra Mantra


What is Yantra Mantra Tantra?


On elementary from Mantra Tantra & Yantra are not different but they are three division of one absolute truth or the form of one supreme power.

What Is A Yantra?


Yantra literally means "support" and "instrument", the suffix 'tra' in Sanskrit means instrument. Yantras are the geometrical form of a divinity. Yantras can be drawn, engraved or painted on gold, silver, copper, crystal, Bhojpatra (peel of tree). They are rarely three-dimensional. Yantras carry spiritual significance and there is a specific meaning of Yantra that pertains to higher levels of consciousness. The Yantra provides a focal point that is a window into the absolute. In the most advanced phases, it is possible to attain union with God by the geometric visualization of a Yantra. The Yantra reflects the powers of the specific deity and by tuning into the different Yantras you can tap into certain deities or creative force centers in the universe.

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.

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.

What is A Mantra?


Mantra is a divine combination of divine syllables or sounds energy and when experts chanted with devotion, faith and emotion gravitate the concerned "Planet God" or Goddess or deity and secure their divine blessings. For divine help one must link with divine forces but majority are unaware of these forces and have no link whatsoever. But when an individual starts chanting Mantra related to a particular deity regularly the gap between him and the concerned divine force steadily decreases. By regular use of Mantra a subtle link is formed and through this one could obtain any desired like wealth, prosperity, fame, fearlessness, success and spiritual uplift, but for each a different Mantra is chanted and a different deity propitiated.

A Mantra is a special set of words through only that particular deity could be summoned. These words are the Mantras evolved by Rishis and Yogis who actually prepared them and used them to prove their worth. Over the ages these have helped thousands of Sadhaks achieve even that which appeared impossible to them. Within doubt that chanting fulfils one's wish is a Mantra.

Mantras, being sacred sound vibrations, are composed of sacred syllables representative of and containing within great spiritual power, or energy. Utilizing mantras allows us to concentrate and focus this spiritual energy.

What Is Tantra?


In Tantrik rituals the human body is presumed to be consisting of seven Chakras or centers of knowledge which correspond to seven lokas or zones, that are, Bhu, Bhuwa, Swah, Maha, Tapa, Jana and Satya. These seven Chakras Represents seven bodies namely Physical, Etheric, Astral, Mental, Spritual, Cosmic and absolute body. The human mind generally stays in the first three of these zones, namely, muladhara, swadhishthana and manipura. With Mantra sadhana the mind enters the fourth zone, the anahata. The Jivataman here appears like a flame of Orange color and the sadhaka ascends into vishuddha chakra. Here he is in direct touch and contact with godly glories and the jivataman loses its colors and existence and enters into total union with paramatma. In Tantra sadhana this is the stage of samadhi and is called 'Kundalini yoga', the most important among the nine yogas. Tantra sadhana aims at attaining paramananda or ultimate bliss through ultimate salvation. To do so the sadhaka seeks ultimate knowledge of cosmos, that is, nature and human mind, and attempts to kindle the ultimate energy, the Kundalini Shakti. Yantra or the human body is the key for attaining both ultimate

knowledge and the kindling of ultimate energy. Pran which is the life in cosmos and whereby are governed all the cosmic elements, whether within the yantra or in cosmos, is regulated and commanded by Mantra which is a sort of nucleus or the central point of cosmic power and is composed of the finest sophisticated soporific arrangement of sound waves, which by their hypersonic attributes command Pran and life thereby. The Mantra sadhana thus by commanding life in cosmos controls its constituents which unveil to the sadhaka all the mysteries of the universe and make him know all relating to nature and mind. The Mantra by invoking prana-vayu sets in motion human body's or yantra's inherent energy and thereby attempts kindling Kundalini Shakti. The movement of energy, as in modern technology and science, is rotating and ascending and in tantra is symbolised by chakras. In Tantra sadhana, chakra is the symbol of eternal rotation, and hence, eternally rotating cosmos has been called the Brahmanda chakra and the ever moving time the kalachakra. Mantra by creatin supersonic sound waves activates various nerve-plexuses within the body of the sadhaka and thereby makes energy rotate. The energy ascends from below and passes coiling through various chakras and attains the ultimate point, the Kundalini shakti. Here all the cosmic elements, and the cosmos thereby is within his command and there remains nothing in the universe or within him that is beyond his grasp.

With minor variations in different schools of tantra Yoga, dhyana, charya, kriya, jnanarjana and Mantra are preparatory stages of Tantra sadhana. The Shaiva-Shakta tantriks contemplate that the ultimate, that is kindling of ultimate energy, or invoking Kundalini is attained through the union of male and female principles, the purusha and prakriti. The environmental elements that constitute human body have been called prakriti, or the creative female principles.

Prakriti creates and recreates herself, that is, by herself and from herself eternally. Prakriti attracts various attributes, the purusha, or the male principle. The purusha when in union with prakriti helps to create the new. It is thus that the prakriti is the Adishakti the first to create. In Shaiva-Shakta concept Shiva is the proto-male and Shakti, Shiva's spouse, the proto-female, and the union of the two, the ideal union of male and female principles whereby is created the ultimate truth, the ultimate beauty and the ultimate good. In ShaivaShakta school Kundalini Yoga is attained by the union of Shiva and Shakti factors which in the universe are represented by human male and female beings, and, hence, in later stages it was widely practised as the sexual union of male and female beings. The sadhakas of this form of Tantra performed the puja where the rituals of panchmakras, the madyapana, the mamsahara the matsyahara, the mudrahara and the maithuna was adopted. This puja was performed in secret and away from habitation, the mystery surrounding it, earned it a bad name as orgies.

In Shaiva-Shakta thought the female is the supreme being who creates and wherefrom is created the new and, thus, she is both instrumental and operative. The supreme female, worshipped under different names and in different forms, is the goddess of tantra. She is Mahakali, the one who resides in the heart of Mahakala, time eternal. She is Mahayogini, the eternal creator; Mahakali, the eternal destroyer; Mahalakshmi, the eternal preserver; Mahasaraswati, the one who has all under her command; and Anandmayee, the blissful. As proto-female she is Shakti; she is cit the awareness; she is ananda the blissful; iccha, the will; jnana the knowledge; the kriya, the action. Being creative and operative she is one who operates male principle, whose proto is Shiva, who is inactive and inoperative without her.

Shiva, who is the proto-male of Tantra sadhana, is the supreme cognitive principle and is eternal and absolute. He is beyond time, space, birth and death. There is nothing beyond him, nothing outside him. He is like a bindu or the point, and is called Mahabindu wherefrom originate all dimensions, all forms, all non-dimensions, and all non-forms, yet he is not specified by any such dimensions and magnitudes. He is colourless, the avarna; formless, the nirakara; without a beginning, the anadi, and, without an end, the ananta.

Tantra thought is based on three cardinal principles: Yantra, Mantra and Kundalini. Tantra brought about a spiritual renaissance and revolution. Mantra is considered life, Yantra the body and Kundalini the soul of Tantra-shastra. Mantra sadhana makes a man pure and Kundalini sadhana leads to the mystic unity with ultimate. In tantra philosophy morality is the base, intuition the way, and life the divine goal. The main aim is control and utilization of the subtle energies to their maximum limits for purification and transformation. Tantra is the glimpse of the supreme experience in which liberation and cosmic action and enjoyment have unified. It believes in acting and living on pivotal truths,that is experimenting and experiencing the basic realities of life and of this universe, with an open mind. Tantra is a science which unveils the mystery of mind and nature and takes man to the realisation of the Reality.

The word "tantra" is derived from the combination of two words "tattva" and "mantra". "Tattva" means the science of cosmic principles, while "mantra" refers to the science of mystic sound and vibrations. Tantra therefore is the application of cosmic sciences with a view to attain spiritual ascendancy. In another sense, tantra also means the scripture by which the light of knowledge is spread.

Many people still consider tantra to be full of obscenities and unfit for people of good taste. It is also often accused of being a kind of black magic. However, in reality, tantra is one of the most important Indian traditions, representing the practical aspect of the Agam ( tradition before the Vedas) Tradition. There are essentially two schools of Indian scriptures - "Agama" and "Nigama". Agamas are those which are revelations while Nigama are the traditions. Tantra is an Agama. The main deities worshipped are Shiva and Shakti. Tantra is not a religion. It is a spiritual path. When religion enters, then barriers are drawn. However, some call Tantra a religion, although there is no organized body of thought or practitioners as such. Tantra cannot be encapsulated into a religion.

How and why one can use this?


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.

What are the benefits of this?


A Yantra is helpful in every field of your life, to attain success in your profession, to acquire wealth, peace, good luck, 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 fulfill ones desires and attain ones goals.

A Yantra is essential in every field of your life, to attain success in your profession, to acquire wealth, to win in court cases, to ward off diseases and to progress in meditation. By having a Yantra and wearing it on your arm, keeping it in a sacred place in your house, worshipping it every day can fulfill your desires and help in attaining your goals.

How Yantra can help us?


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 it everyday can fulfill your desires and help in attaining your goals.

How yantra dose work?


Yantra is a form of energy. The idea is that every shape emits a very specific frequency and energy pattern. Certain powers are ascribed to the various shapes. Some have evil or negative energies and some 'good' or positive energie, but in Yantra only the benefic and harmonious energies are used.

When one wears on a Yantra, the mind is automatically "tuned into the specific form energy of that Yantra. The Yantra acts as a doorway and Mirror. The subtle energy does not only come from the Yantra itself, but from the Universe. Basically Yantras are secret keys for establishing vibration with the benefic energies of the Universe. Yantra can put us in contact with extremely elevated energies and entities, being of invaluable help on the spiritual path. Yantra Which we produce have different deities inhabited in them through Mantra withTaantrik Procedures. Our body is a Yantra in itself.

How this can be prepare?


Yantra literally means "support" and "instrument", the suffix 'tra' in Sanskrit means instrument. Yantras are the geometrical form of a divinity. Yantras can be drawn, engraved or painted on gold, silver, copper, crystal, Bhojpatra (peel of tree). They are rarely three-dimensional. All ancient cultures had sacred geometric designs representative of their Gods, which had a mantra (or sacred sound vibration) that corresponded to it. In the Vedic culture, we find much power and energy said to be held within sacred geometric symbols. Yantras are not lucky charms to be worn or displayed as icons of power in and of themselves. Much specific knowledge and ability must go into their preparation and much dedication and worship is required to achieve the desired effects.

Yantra means a instrument is prepared and created by a qualified person as well as utilised under his specific instructions for fruitful results, will help to gain the objector objects of desire or ambition. Although it would not be a difficult task for most of us to copy the form of a yantra, it would not have the desired effect. It is useless if not created by a qualified person and then infused with the specific energy via the medium of Mantra and tantra. Otherwise, it becomes just an interesting form or picture to look at, but has no real effect on time or circumstances within life.

Energizing or Sanitizing Yantra is most important process in Yantra remedy. This work is done with utmost care and purity with all the Pooja things. The Puja is done in accordance with the rules and regulations mentioned in the Shastras

In how many days results obtained?


Yantras carry spiritual significance and there is a specific meaning of Yantra that pertains to higher levels of consciousness. The Yantra provides a focal point that is a window into the absolute. In the most advanced phases, it is possible to attain union with God by the geometric visualization of a Yantra. The Yantra reflects the powers of the specific deity and by tuning into the different Yantras you can tap into certain deities or creative force centers in the universe. After wearing this Yantra it produce results in a very short time.

What is the difference between Tantra(Agam) and (Nigam) Vedas?


The word "Tantra" means "treatise", and is applied to a variety of mystical, occult, medical and scientific works as well as to those which we would now regard as Taantrik. While Hinduism is typically viewed as being Vedic, the Tantras are not considered part of the orthodox Hindu/Vedic scriptures. They are said to run alongside each other, The Vedas of orthodox Hinduism on one side and the Agamas of Tantra on the other. However, the practices, mantras and ideas of the Atharva Veda are markedy different from those of the prior three and show signs of powerful non-Aryan influence. Indeed, the Atharva Veda is cited by many Tantra texts as a source of great knowledge.

it is notable that throughout the Tantras, such as the Mahanirvana Tantra, they align themselves as being natural progressions of the Vedas. Tantra exists for spiritual seekers in the age of Kaliyuga, when Vedic practices no longer apply to the current state of morality and Tantra is the most direct means to realization. Thus, Tantric thought is Hindu Tantra, most notably those that council worship of Lord Shiva and the Divine Mother, Kali.

A Tantra typically takes the form of a dialogue between the Hindu gods Shiva and Parvati, being that Shiva is known in Hinduism as being 'Yogiraj' or 'Yogeshwara,' 'The King of Yoga' or 'God of Yoga' and that his consort is known to be his perfect feminine equal. Each explains to the other a particular group of techniques or philosophies for attaining moksha (liberation/ enlightenment), or for attaining a certain practical result. (Agamas are Shiva to Shakti, and Nigamas are Shakti to Shiva.) Seated upon the peak of Mount Kailasa the God of Gods, the Guru of all creation was questioned by Durga-of-the-smiling-face.

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