Maha Meru Shree Yantra : King Of All Powerful Yantras
A Yantra is an interlocking matrix of geometric figures, typically circles, triangles and floral patterns of great elegance and beauty. All Primal Shapes of Yantras are Psychological Symbols Corresponding to Inner States of Human Consciousness. Sri Chakra or Sri Yantra is Considered as the Most Complex of all Yantras which Represents the Evolution of Universe and its Never Ending Energy. Sri Chakra is said to Contain Within Itself the Essence of Cosmic Energy and thus it Contains the Essence of All Traditions.
The Three Dimensional Form Sri Chakra called Maha Meru Radiates an Aura of Love and Order, Literally Creating a Scared Space Around Itself. Wherever it is placed, it brings Order, Peace, Happiness, Health, Wealth and Harmony. Just Keeping it in One’s Home Will Confer Great Blessings, because the Meru Subtly Connects Itself to the Cosmic World.
Its Mere Presence is said to Cleanse the Home of Defects Under Both the Vaastu and Feng Shui Systems to Ward Off and Neutralize Negative Energies and the “Evil Eye”, Sri Chakra also Protect Against Unfavorable Planetary Influences.
People of All Beliefs, Religions and Sects may Reap the Benefits of Peace, Healing and Prosperity by Installing the Meru in their Homes, Offices, Vehicles, Shrines and Places of Worship, as well as in Hospitals, Prayer Halls and Wedding Centers.
It may be Given as a Loving and Auspicious Gift for Newlywed Couples Embarking on Their Lives Together, for Adult Children Setting Out on their own, for Friends and Relative Moving into a New Home or Embarking on a New Endeavor and as a Corporate Gift from Employers to Valued Employees which Will Empower the Recipient in Every Possible Way.
Sri Chakra the Symbol of Mystical Construction of the Cosmos held by the Inter-Penetration of Nine Triangles. Triangles – the product of three phases of cosmic process – Creation, Preservation, Dissolution; and the Triad of Time – Past Present and Future. Into which the Whole of the Activities of the Universe could be summed up.
It can be Kept Anywhere. If kept in the Home, it will Connect Itself to All the Other Yantras in the World Through its Bindu and Attract Organizing, Peaceful and Loving Vibrations from Wherever they are in the World.
It is also a Good Thing to Keep in Hospitals, as it has Healing Properties. Or it can be Kept in the Office, because it Attracts Wealth, Abundance and Organization in the office. It is good to Keep in Public Places too, because there will be an Aura of Grandeur and Peace coming from this Yantra. So it’s a Universal Symbol, which can be Kept Anywhere and Everywhere.
Pujas can be done, but that does not imply that it needs puja. Meru Continuously Receives Vibrations and Powers. It Receives Abundance and Grace, and Redistributes them in Its Own Vicinity. Thus, by Itself it does Not Need any Puja as such.
The Nature of the Vibrations it Radiates can be Enhanced Very Positively if Play Soft Music in the Place where it is Kept – similar to what is seen in the Entrance Lobbies of Hospitals and Hotels, and so on, where Soft Music is Played to Bring about a Peaceful Attitude in the People who enter there places.
So if you can do Pooja to the Meru, Well and Good. If you can’t, you just Play Some Soft Music to it. It will Absorb the Vibrations and Emit Divine Music that Protects and Heals, that Wards Off Evil and Brings Prosperity. And not merely Currency, but All Forms of Divine Blessings of Peace – Love, Truth, Non-Violence; Principles that Empower Every One.
Structure of the Sree Chakra
The outermost 3 lines known as Bhupura form the first Avarana (covering) of the Sri Yantra. This is known as the Trilokya Mohana Chakra and the Worshiper Knowing Its Inner Secrets Can Mesmerize The 3 Worlds. It is ruled by a Yogini Devi called Prakata Yogini.
The 1st line: The Outer line (of the 3 lines) has 10 Devis known as Siddhi Devis. Their luster is like that of molten gold, they hold the goad in their right hands and the noose in their left hands. They are Very Auspicious and Bestow Heaps of Gems and Jewels to the Worshiper. They are:
The 2nd line: The 2nd or Middle line has eight Matruka Devis. They are bedecked in all ornaments. They hold in their hands Vidya (book), Trident, Shakti, Chakra (Discus), Club, Thunderbolt, Baton & Lotus. They Bestow to the Worshiper Everything Desired.
The 3rd line: The innermost third line has 10 Mudra Shaktis. They are of red hue and rule the various mudras and Bestow Spiritual Boons to the Worshiper.
The 2nd Avarana: is the 16 petals circle known as Sarvaashaa Paripooraka Chakra meaning the Fulfiller of All Desires.The presiding form of Lalita in this Avarana is Tripureshi. She is ornamented with all gems, carries a book and a rosary. The Yogini residing here is called Gupta Yogini. The 16 Devis of this Avarana are called the Nitya Kalas, also Nitya Devis or Akarshana Devis and also Gupta Yoginis. By Worshiping them one Gets Power Over Mind, Ego, Sound, Touch, Sight, Taste, Smell, Intellect, Steadiness, Memory, Name, Growth, Rejuvenation. The 16 Devis in sequence are:
The 3rd Avarana: is the 8 petal circle known as Sarva Sankshobhana Chakra. The presiding form of Lalita in this Avarana is Tripura Sundari. The Yogini is Guptatara Yogini. She is swaying in a love intoxicated state, with her eyes full of bliss. She smiles with passion and shows the mudras Dispelling Fears and Granting Boons.
The eight Devis in each of the eight petals have the colour of Bandhuka flowers. They are holding noose, goad, blue lotus and are dispelling fear. They represent Speech, Holding, Walking, Excreting, Pleasure, Abandoning, Concentration and the 8 Devis in sequence are:
- Ananga Kusuma shakti
- Ananga Mekhala
- Ananga Madana
- Ananga Madanatura
- Ananga Rekha
- Ananga Vegini
- Ananga Malini
The 4th Avarana: This Avarana of 14 triangles represents the 14 worlds and the 14 main Nadis in the human body. It is called Sarva Soubhagya Dayaka Chakra. The presiding form of the devi is Tripura Vasini. She is red and very beautiful. Fourteen Devis of the triangles are described as being proud, wanton, young, colour of cochineal, ornamented with gems, holding noose, goad, mirror, wine cup full of nectar. They are called Sampradaya Yoginis such as :
The 5th Avarana: This Avarana of 10 triangles is called Sarvarth Sadhaka Chakra. It is own as Bahirdasaram. The presiding aspect of Lalita is Tripurasri. She holds noose goad, a skull and dispels fear. She is of vermilion brightness. The Yoginis are called Kulotteerna Yoginis and also Kula Yoginis. They have the luster of Japakusuma flowers and are adorned with shining gems and jewels. They are holding noose and goads and showing the Gestures of Knowledge, and Giving Boons. They are called :
- Sarva Siddhiprada
The 6th Avarana: This inner 10 triangle chakra (shown in red in the picture) is called Sarva Rakshakara Chakra and also as Antardasardam. The presiding aspect of Lalita is Tripura Malini. She holds noose and goad, dispels fear, and holds a skull. She is of vermilion brightness. The Yoginis are called Nigarbha Yoginis. They are the colour of 1000 rising suns, adorned with pearls and gems, holding noose, chisel, and showing the gestures of knowledge, and giving boons. They are the saktis of the 10 Vital Fires. The 10 Devis are:
The 7th Avarana: This inner 8 triangle chakra (shown in Green in the picture) is called Sarva Rogahara Chakra. The presiding Devi is Tripura Siddhamba. She is described as the Destroyer of Poison. The Yogini is called Ati Rahasya Yogini. The Yoginis are the colour of pomegranate flowers, wearing red clothes, smeared with red scent, each carrying five arrows and a bow. These Devis are the rulers of Cold, Heat, Happiness, Sorrow, Desire, and the three gunas Sattvas, Rajas, Tamas. The 8 Devis are:
- Vasini Vagdevi
The 8th Avarana: This inner 8 triangle chakra (shown in green in the picture) is called Sarva Siddhiprada Chakra. The presiding Devi is Tripuramba. The Yogini here is Ati-Rahasya Yogini. She is also known as Sampatprada Bhairavi. She has coppery effulgent, like a 1000 suns, with three eyes, a face like the moon, adorned with white gems, with a beautiful figure, rising swelling breasts, intoxicated, wanton, young, proud, holding book, dispelling fear, holding a rosary and granting boons. The 3 Devis here are:
Kameshvari is the Rudra Shakti – Parvati. She is white in colour, besmeared with camphor, adorned with pearls and crystal, and various other gems, holding book, rosary, Bestowing Boons and Dispelling Fear.
Vajreshi is the Vishnu Shakti – Lakshmi. She is bright as red kumkuma, adorned with flowers and gems, like the dawn sun. Her eyelids are smeared with sapphire dust, she holds sugarcane how, flowery arrows, Bestows Boons, Dispels Fear.
Bhagamalini is the Brahma Shakti – Saraswati. She is effulgent as molten gold, adorned with priceless gems, holds noose, goad, and shows the gestures of Knowledge and Bestowing Boons.
The 9th Avarana: This Avarana is the Bindu – the Cosmic Union of Shiva & Shakti as Kameswari & Kameswara. It is called Sarvanandamaya Chakra.
Merus can be Kept in House, Office, Vehicle or in Work Place. Only thing to Remember is that the Top Triangle of the Meru should Face the Worshipper. Whatever the Direction Meru is Kept, This Rule Will Be Followed.
If Meru is kept in North Direction the Flow of Wealth Will Not Halt. If the Northern Direction has No Windows or Entrances, that Problem will be also Solved by Installing a Meru there. North is the Direction of Health, Wealth, Luck and Employment. Peace of Mind and Prosperity will be the Results.
If Meru is Installed in the Eastern Direction, Energy Flow and Blending of Various Energies will Become Easy and All the Wishes will be Fulfilled.
Meru Installed in South will Remove Problems due to Drishtidosha and other doshas.
And if it is Installed in The Western Direction the Standard of Living Will Improve.
Meru is an Ideal Positive Energy Generating Mechanism for Bringing Prosperity and Peace of Mind Irrespective of Religion, Language, Nation, Cast, or Creed.