The Sri Chakra Yantra is an ancient symbol depicting the process of creation in a powerful matrix which represents both the macrocosm (the Universe) and microcosm (the human body), thus acting as a powerful, cosmic antenna that allows you direct access to communicate with the Universe.
This book equips you with information and skills necessary to harness the tremendous cosmic energies available in the Universe and channelize it to make life's dreams come true by presenting the Sri Chakra Yantra as a tool for self-development.
The author has kept in mind the sensibilities of the modern spiritual seeker and their needs and interests, presenting the information in a non-dogmatic and practical manner, thereby allowing everyone an opportunity to learn and experience the benefits of the precious Sri Chakra Yantra.
Vinita is the Founder and Managing Director of Amara Vedic Wellness GmbH, a Dusseldorf-based company which aims at bringing hidden aspects of Vedic knowledge to the common man. Vinita has been a regular contributor to popular publications and portals, writing on subjects of health and lifestyle. She is presently working on another book based on the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad.
Vinita has been featured in various Indian and international publications such as Femina, Outlook, Asiaspa, Finest Finance and Vogue. She is currently working with a major TV channel to provide health and wellness content.
We are all constantly manifesting; we are just not aware of it. Our current situation in life can be traced directly back to our thoughts and feelings that we have experienced at some point in time in the past. We are shaping our own reality, unconsciously or consciously, all the time. Remember how as children we would say "I want to be a scientist" or "I want to be an author"; today we may be a scientist or an author or whoever we wanted to be when we were little. This is an example of unconsciously manifesting based on our upbringing, belief systems and outcome of our conditioned mind.
We can also manifest with determination and by working towards a goal when we set our minds to something (studying for a degree, saving to build up a house) or we can consciously manifest when we come to a realization that it is possible to connect with and tap directly into a higher energy, which then empowers us by turning on our deepest inner potential. Conscious manifestation is about creating what we desire with a clear vision, deep belief and absolute awareness and appreciation of the fact that there is an unseen force that will guide us to our goal(s).
All spiritual traditions have upheld the belief that everything in the cosmos is energy (it is called chi, qi, prana, etc., in different cultures) and that every aspect of existence is deeply interwoven in this giant web of energy.
Modern advances in science, especially studies in Quantum Mechanics, have led to a vindication of this long-held belief that "everything is energy" as scientists realized that all particles are merely vibrations of energy.
If the universe is pure energy and we are but a small part of this same energy, it then stands to reason that there exists a possibility for us, as individuals, to tune into the frequency of the universe's energy.
There are several methods of tuning in (such as through the power of sound, crystals, meditation, prayer). One such powerful method is by using symbols (such as the Sri Chakra Yantra) as a tuning fork. Just as we are able to tune into a specific channel on television, on the radio, by selecting a particular frequency, these symbols allow us the ability to tune in and engage with the powers of creation in the universe.
So, what exactly is a yantra? A yantra is a graphic and geometric representation of the Universal energy. Thoughts and words cannot exist in the spiritual dimension since they are a construct of the intellect and mind. Sacred geometry arises from this fact that many philosophical truths cannot be expressed with words. The world around us is filled with geometrical designs and shapes. Ancient cultures, including those of Greeks, Egyptians, Chinese, Mayans and Hindus, observed that certain geometric patterns are found recurring throughout nature - spirals, hexagons and concentric circles to name a few) - and believed them to be the building blocks of all creation in the universe.
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