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DYC Temple in Nikora, India

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Authentic design of Shree Yantra

More content was added to this article on 20th Jan 2020 2500 years back Adi Shankaracharya presented this Shree Yantra to the Chidambaram temple in south India. He also presented a sphatik (crystal) Shivling to the temple; the most ancient Chidambaram temple is one of the five temples of Shiva which represent different elements (Earth, air, fire, water and ether); this temple represents the ether element. These five temple's were built on the Earth’s magnetic equator (the magnetic equator of…

Sri Yantra Painting,  Rajasthan, late 18th century. From "Tantra Art" by Ajit Mookerjee

CIRCULAR THINKING

I've been thinking about circles a lot lately...they seem to be everywhere. I guess it just depends what you focus on, and once you start looking for something it's all you see. Circles evoke both mysterious, eternal ideas... the universe, motion, cycles without beginning or end, the sun and the moon, as well as silly and joyful things like polka dots, bubbles, and juggling balls. It's the shape of the ball of earth we live on. The perfect symmetry of the shape is subliminally satisfying…

Sri Yantra Siva Shakti

PACHAMAMA; MOTHER EARTH, GODDESSES,THE STRUGGLE OF INDIGENOUS CULTURES, AND THE MESSAGE OF THE MAMA KOGUIS TO YOUNGER BROTHER

“The Vedas proclaim that you created the World, having assumed your form of the duality of Spirit and Pleasure, verily is it true, O daughter of the Mountain and the only World Mother, that h…

Yoni yantra, Central triangle symbolizing the divine womb on a starry background surrounded by lotus petals, symbol of the emerging universe. The city walls represents the human body and the limitations of the earthly world, all set in an azure void of non-being. Rajasthan, India, 19th century

Kruh prstenu 1 | Přírodovědecká fakulta Masarykovy univerzity

Kruh prstenu 1 | Přírodovědecká fakulta Masarykovy univerzity

Sri Yantra - "We have drunk the Soma; we have become immortal; we have gone to the light; we have found the gods. What can hatred and the malice of a mortal do to us now, O immortal one?"  - Rig Veda (c.1000 BC)

Basic Points About Vedic Culture / Hinduism

Descriptions of a wide assortment of Vedic and Hindu traditions and the reasons and basis of them

Yantras

Complete Yoga Magazine South Africa

The secret of yantra is one of the most guarded forms of Hindu mystical teaching, since the power of a yantra, when invoked through proper ritual, is believed to be boundless. Every need, every expression, every deep-seated desire in the human heart can be expressed in the form of a yantra. It’s a pure form of energy that’s beyond both religion and theory and its powers are available to all, says Dr H. Vedant

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"The Sri Yantra is an ancient Indian symbol depicting the vibrational form that rishis saw during mediations using the tone OM."

The Sri Yantra is an ancient Indian symbol depicting the vibrational form that rishis saw during mediations using the tone OM

"The Sri Yantra is an ancient Indian symbol depicting the vibrational form that rishis saw during mediations using the tone OM. More recently the sound OM was toned into a ‘tonoscope’, a machine that translates sound into form, resulting in the same pattern. The circle is produced on the initial ‘O’ sound and the triangles form on the ‘mmm’ sound." "The Sri Yantra is an ancient Indian symbol depicting the vibrational form that rishis saw during mediations using the tone OM."