Tibetan Buddhist Shri Yantra Mandala is handpainted in Nepal. Sri Yantra is known to usher in peace, prosperity, harmony and good luck. Sri Yantra Mandala is the most powerful sacred symbol used in India and Tibet for thousands of years.
Triangles and triangular pyramids have tremendous positive powers. We will always find that all our places of worship essentially have a triangular pyramid structure. We can see any Church, Mosque, Synagogue or Temple which all have a triangular pyramid structure. We will find that the moment we enter these places of worship we feel a sense of tranquility, peace, and confidence. That is the reason we find billions flocking to such places of worship even today. Mere faith cannot be the only reason.
Sri Yantra geometry takes this triangular formation to it’s most powerful and ultimate level. In 2 dimensional form, it is a symbol of 9 Intertwined Isosceles triangles. The Sri Yantra in the 3 dimensional (known as Meru in Sanskrit) is a multi Pyramid triangular grid signifying unlimited abundance and positive powers.
The Sri Yantra geometry is believed to effect tremendous positive powers on our surroundings. 3 dimensional Sri Yantra quartz crystals have its positive vibrations amplified to a greater degree and their positive powers highly enhanced. Crystals are earth’s gifts to us. They are the most beautiful minerals in the world. They are the living energy and in a way, they are the keys to the Universe. It has taken millions of years to form crystals. Crystals have their own frequency and energy. Quartz crystals vibrate in a very specific manner and these vibrations can be amplified and transmitted by the human mind.
Keep the crystal Sri Yantra in your home or office or both the places. You can keep any number of Sri Yantras. Sri Yantras of any size and number will usher in maximum harmony, peace and good luck.
The word mandala is Sanskrit for circle, polygon, Triangle, and interconnection. Mandalas have been used for inner healing, meditation, enhancing intuitive & sixth sense powers and to connect with the eternal universe. Mandalas have been known in India and Tibet since 3000 B.C. almost dating back to 5000 years. Mandalas have an intuitive, irrational character and through their symbolical content, exert a retroactive influence on the unconscious. They, therefore, possess a “magical” significance, like icons. The power and efficacy cannot be consciously felt by the user but it directly connects with the subconscious mind.
The famous Swiss Psychiatrist, Carl Jung has done intensive research on Mandalas. He states that Mandalas are the mirrors into which we project our psyche. He also states that Mandalas completes our personality brings about the “wholeness”. Carl Jung used Mandalas in his Depth Psychology theory and practice to enrich the lives of his patients.
Sri YantraA is the numero uno among all the mandalas. The oldest imprint of Sri Yantra dates back to 1800 B.C. in Rajasthan, India. Sri Yantra is associated with abundance, affluence, and prosperity – in materialistic, mind and spiritual aspects.