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  • Ganesh & Laksmi Coin with Sri Yantra - Good Luck, Abundant Blessings (GLST)
    Ganesh & Laksmi Coin with Sri Yantra - Good Luck, Abundant Blessings

    This Ganesh and Lakshmi Coin With Sri Yantra is:
     
    1.25" in diameter
    silver tone in color
     
    One side of this lucky coin features the popular Hindu God Ganesh, the remover of obstacles, and Lakshmi (Laxmi) Goddess of wealth.
     
    The reverse side of the coin features the Sri Yantra which is one of the most auspicious and powerful of all Yantras.  
     
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  • Shivranjani Incense 40gm (SHI921)
    Shivranjani Agarbatti - reportedly Babaji's favorite
     
    Shivranjani Agarbatti is a natural Masala base incense product, specially designed to spread a mild but pleasing flower fresh aroma, leaving behind an impression of serenity, with a longer retaining property. On burning, Shivranjani leaves the air fresh, healthy and pure, helps concentration of mind in meditation, Pooja etc.

    40gm


     
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  • 108 Bead Vaijayanti Mala with Rudrak Guru Bead (VMG)
    Vaijayanti Mala with Rudrak Guru Bead - 108 Beads plus Rudrak Guru Bead
     
    Unique Seeds found only in the forests around Mathura - the land of Krishna. Associated with love & victory over any adversity, the mala made of these vaijanti beads was believed to be a favorite of Lord Krishna. The beads are beautiful, smooth and shiny of white & whitish grey color. They are slightly elongated, shaped more or less like tear drops. They feel tremendously soothing to turn while japa and also very attractive to wear. While doing japa, common mantras upon Krishna or Lord Vishnu are invoked while turning this mala.  
     
    As per ancient texts Krishna made a mala for Radha out of these seeds, as did Ram for Sita. Vishnu gave this mala to Skanda at his installation as commander-in-chief for increasing his strength. 

    Japa Nam - Repeating God's Name
    Japa Nam - repeating God's nameIn order to focus one's mind on God, Babaji taught people to chant the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya. It is a Sanskrit phrase which means something like "I surrender to/bow to/take refuge in God," or "Lord, Thy will be done." The Name of God used in this mantra is Lord Shiva, the Supreme Manifestation of God. Constant repetition of the mantra (japa) focuses the mind on God - opens the heart and mind to God - and stops, or reduces, the tendency of one's mind to constantly plan (the future), worry (about the past), daydream (illusion), or otherwise idle away in essentially useless activity.
     
    Repeating God's Name of Om Namah Shivaya is a protection and a purification of the consciousness. It is like a clear running stream, constantly washing and renewing the mind for higher purpose. Babaji's main purpose for re-appearing is to reform the hearts and minds of people. He comes to remove confusion and evil from mankind. Shri Babaji once said: "The mind can be purified only by japa. This is the only medicine for the disease of the mind. While your mind and heart are impure, how can God live in your heart? The water to clean your heart is the Name of God. Teach everyone to repeat the Name of God -- everywhere."
     
    The mind that is generally focused on God's Name(s) responds, when the need arises, spontaneously to perform its required functions quickly, easily and well. Babaji emphasized Om Namah Shivaya but also gave other mantras on some occasions. The essence of his instruction is "Repeat God's Name." Shri Babaji said that when the great destruction comes to the world, those who believe in and worship God sincerely, and especially those who repeat His Name, will be saved by the power of the mantra. "God's Name is more powerful than a thousand atomic and hydrogen bombs."
     
    How to perform Japa
    Usually, japa is performed on a mala (prayer beads, 108 beads per strand, like a rosary). In the morning, upon waking from sleep, a bath is taken immediately (pour water over all the body from a bucket with a cup). After bath and dressing in your prayer clothes, you sit peacefully in front of your altar. You touch the mala only with the right hand. You hold the beads without using the index finger (index finger is known as the "ego" finger so you leave the ego out of this). You begin where the mala has one larger bead and a tassle; you say one mantra per bead, working the mala around between thumb and middle finger. Once you have completed the 108 repetitions, you turn the mala around and go back the same direction you came. The large bead at the end is called the "guru" bead, so you "don't cross the guru," you keep turning the mala around and going back over the beads the opposite direction. Since 5 is a Shiva number, it is good to do a minimum of 5 rounds of the mala at a sitting. This is done morning and evening.
     
    Japa Nam is also accomplished by constantly repeating the Name of God while working, eating, walking, and everything you do in a day, without always using the mala. When you repeat the Name of God while working, it is also called Karma Yoga.
     

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  • Satin Dragon Mala Bag (SILV41)
    This colorful satin dragon mala bag features an embroidered design of a mandala surrounded by beautifully illustrated dragons. The bag has two zipper pockets, one on the side and one at the top. Size is approximately 6 x 8 inches. 

    Choose color and quantity above.  


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  • Copper Tibetan Offering Bowls (TGBC)
    Tibetan Offering Bowl

    Made of copper with silver medallions on the side, 2.5" diameter


    "The making of offerings is an antidote to the pattern of attachment and greed." - Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche



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  • Lakshmi Gold Tone - 2.5 inches tall (MLGT)
    Lakshmi Gold Tone - 2.5 inches tall
     
    2.5" tall
    golden color
     
    Lakshmi is the Hindu Goddess of wealth, love, prosperity (both material and spiritual), fortune, and the embodiment of beauty. She is the wife of Vishnu. Also known as Mahalakshmi, she is said to bring good luck and is believed to protect her devotees from all kinds of misery and money-related sorrows.
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  • 27 Bead Rosewood Wrist Mala, Yellow Tassle ( ROSW)
    27 Bead Rosewood Wrist Mala Strung On Elastic with Yellow Tassle

    Beads of this lustrous dark, reddish brown wood slip smoothly through the fingers. Reputed to be good for the skin; it's popular for rosaries, as rose is especially pleasing to Divine Mother. Wrist Mala strung on elastic.

    Japa Nam - Repeating God's Name
    Mala or Prayer Beads for Meditation and/or PrayersIn order to focus one's mind on God, Babaji taught people to chant the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya. It is a Sanskrit phrase which means something like "I surrender to/bow to/take refuge in God," or "Lord, Thy will be done." The Name of God used in this mantra is Lord Shiva, the Supreme Manifestation of God. Constant repetition of the mantra (japa) focuses the mind on God - opens the heart and mind to God - and stops, or reduces, the tendency of one's mind to constantly plan (the future), worry (about the past), daydream (illusion), or otherwise idle away in essentially useless activity.
     
    Repeating God's Name of Om Namah Shivaya is a protection and a purification of the consciousness. It is like a clear running stream, constantly washing and renewing the mind for higher purpose. Babaji's main purpose for re-appearing is to reform the hearts and minds of people. He comes to remove confusion and evil from mankind. Shri Babaji once said: "The mind can be purified only by japa. This is the only medicine for the disease of the mind. While your mind and heart are impure, how can God live in your heart? The water to clean your heart is the Name of God. Teach everyone to repeat the Name of God -- everywhere."
     
    The mind that is generally focused on God's Name(s) responds, when the need arises, spontaneously to perform its required functions quickly, easily and well. Babaji emphasized Om Namah Shivaya but also gave other mantras on some occasions. The essence of his instruction is "Repeat God's Name." Shri Babaji said that when the great destruction comes to the world, those who believe in and worship God sincerely, and especially those who repeat His Name, will be saved by the power of the mantra. "God's Name is more powerful than a thousand atomic and hydrogen bombs."
     
    How to perform Japa:
    Usually, japa is performed on a mala (prayer beads, 108 beads per strand, like a rosary). In the morning, upon waking from sleep, a bath is taken immediately (pour water over all the body from a bucket with a cup). After bath and dressing in your prayer clothes, you sit peacefully in front of your altar. You touch the mala only with the right hand. You hold the beads without using the index finger (index finger is known as the "ego" finger so you leave the ego out of this). You begin where the mala has one larger bead and a tassle; you say one mantra per bead, working the mala around between thumb and middle finger. Once you have completed the 108 repetitions, you turn the mala around and go back the same direction you came. The large bead at the end is called the "guru" bead, so you "don't cross the guru," you keep turning the mala around and going back over the beads the opposite direction. Since 5 is a Shiva number, it is good to do a minimum of 5 rounds of the mala at a sitting. This is done morning and evening.
     
    Japa Nam is also accomplished by constantly repeating the Name of God while working, eating, walking, and everything you do in a day, without always using the mala. When you repeat the Name of God while working, it is also called Karma Yoga.

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  • Adjustable Rudraksha Bead Knotted Wrist Mala (18-rudrak-wm)
    Adjustable Rudraksha Bead Knotted Wrist Mala (adjustable string to loosen and tighten)

    This is a Rudrak bead adjustable wrist mala which can be adjusted to 8"- 12".  It expands and contracts as needed. 16, 17 or 18 beads, these are manufactured with the intent to be adjustable around the wrist, providing the enormous benefit of contact with the Rudrak beads and the size of the wrist rather than as a counting wrist mala.  
     
    Enjoy the health and spiritual benefits of the Rudrak beads against your skin.
     
    It is said that Rudraksha evokes power in the body, which fights against diseases, thus improving overall health.  It is also said that the wearing of Rudraksha promotes calm.  

    It is said that Lord Shiva sat in open-eyed meditation for 1000 years. When he finally blinked, the tears that streamed from his eyes became Rudraksha seeds (rud means tears). These sacred seeds take 25 years to mature. They are used in Shiva mantras, as well as Ganesh and Bhairava, but anything recited with them will be enhanced. Also reputed to help blood pressure problems.
     
    Authentic Rudraksha beads have been found to boost confidence and inner strength and to help with a wide range of mental and physical problems. Buddha wore them, Gandhi wore them, and the Dalai Lama wears them. So did Yehudi Menuhin and Osho Rajneesh.
     
    Rudraksha beads have been worn by Asian yogis and monks because of their interaction with body and mind to foster the tranquility and concentration necessary during extended periods of meditation.  Modern medical research has proven that Rudraksha beads have electro-magnetic properties that have a beneficial influence on the cardiovascular and central nervous systems.
     
    Japa Nam - Repeating God's Name
    Japa is Repeating God's Name
    In order to focus one's mind on God, Babaji taught people to chant the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya. It is a Sanskrit phrase which means something like "I surrender to/bow to/take refuge in God," or "Lord, Thy will be done." The Name of God used in this mantra is Lord Shiva, the Supreme Manifestation of God. Constant repetition of the mantra (japa) focuses the mind on God - opens the heart and mind to God - and stops, or reduces, the tendency of one's mind to constantly plan (the future), worry (about the past), daydream (illusion), or otherwise idle away in essentially useless activity.
     
    Repeating God's Name of Om Namah Shivaya is a protection and a purification of the consciousness. It is like a clear running stream, constantly washing and renewing the mind for higher purpose. Babaji's main purpose for re-appearing is to reform the hearts and minds of people. He comes to remove confusion and evil from mankind. Shri Babaji once said: "The mind can be purified only by japa. This is the only medicine for the disease of the mind. While your mind and heart are impure, how can God live in your heart? The water to clean your heart is the Name of God. Teach everyone to repeat the Name of God -- everywhere."
     
    The mind that is generally focused on God's Name(s) responds, when the need arises, spontaneously to perform its required functions quickly, easily and well. Babaji emphasized Om Namah Shivaya but also gave other mantras on some occasions. The essence of his instruction is "Repeat God's Name." Shri Babaji said that when the great destruction comes to the world, those who believe in and worship God sincerely, and especially those who repeat His Name, will be saved by the power of the mantra. "God's Name is more powerful than a thousand atomic and hydrogen bombs."
     
    How to perform Japa
    Usually, japa is performed on a mala (prayer beads, 108 beads per strand, like a rosary). In the morning, upon waking from sleep, a bath is taken immediately (pour water over all the body from a bucket with a cup). After bath and dressing in your prayer clothes, you sit peacefully in front of your altar. You touch the mala only with the right hand. You hold the beads without using the index finger (index finger is known as the "ego" finger so you leave the ego out of this). You begin where the mala has one larger bead and a tassle; you say one mantra per bead, working the mala around between thumb and middle finger. Once you have completed the 108 repetitions, you turn the mala around and go back the same direction you came. The large bead at the end is called the "guru" bead, so you "don't cross the guru," you keep turning the mala around and going back over the beads the opposite direction. Since 5 is a Shiva number, it is good to do a minimum of 5 rounds of the mala at a sitting. This is done morning and evening.
     
    Japa Nam is also accomplished by constantly repeating the Name of God while working, eating, walking, and everything you do in a day, without always using the mala. When you repeat the Name of God while working, it is also called Karma Yoga.
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  • Turkey Barred Feather (FTH-TZB)
    Turkey Barred Feather - 10-12" Long
     
    Size: 10-12" - A great way to fan the smudge stick or use this feather to write with ink. Each feather is unique.
     
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  • Shiny Brass OM 4" (BRA64)
    Beautiful shiny Brass Om

    These beautiful Om symbols can be wall mounted as they have a hook on the reverse.
     
    This Om is beautifully finished in solid brass. The Om symbol which  represents the vibrational sound that created the universe as well as  the being the universal symbol for God. The Om symbol and sound are also  the focal point for many who practice meditation.
     
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  • Tulsi Mala with Bark 108 7mm Beads Knotted (TULA6)
    Tulsi Mala with Bark 108 7mm Beads Knotted
     
    Often referred to as Sacred or Holy Basil, Tulsi is the most sacred of woods used in Hindu worship dedicated to Krishna. It is the only wood that is considered to be a divinity, a living form of the Goddess and a favorite of Krishna. The hearts of those who wear Tulsi become the garden of love. Mantra on Tulsi increases the power of prayer and increases spiritual growth.

    Japa Nam - Repeating God's Name
    Mala or Prayer Beads for meditation and/or prayerIn order to focus one's mind on God, Babaji taught people to chant the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya. It is a Sanskrit phrase which means something like "I surrender to/bow to/take refuge in God," or "Lord, Thy will be done." The Name of God used in this mantra is Lord Shiva, the Supreme Manifestation of God. Constant repetition of the mantra (japa) focuses the mind on God - opens the heart and mind to God - and stops, or reduces, the tendency of one's mind to constantly plan (the future), worry (about the past), daydream (illusion), or otherwise idle away in essentially useless activity.
     
    Repeating God's Name of Om Namah Shivaya is a protection and a purification of the consciousness. It is like a clear running stream, constantly washing and renewing the mind for higher purpose. Babaji's main purpose for re-appearing is to reform the hearts and minds of people. He comes to remove confusion and evil from mankind. Shri Babaji once said: "The mind can be purified only by japa. This is the only medicine for the disease of the mind. While your mind and heart are impure, how can God live in your heart? The water to clean your heart is the Name of God. Teach everyone to repeat the Name of God -- everywhere."
     
    The mind that is generally focused on God's Name(s) responds, when the need arises, spontaneously to perform its required functions quickly, easily and well. Babaji emphasized Om Namah Shivaya but also gave other mantras on some occasions. The essence of his instruction is "Repeat God's Name." Shri Babaji said that when the great destruction comes to the world, those who believe in and worship God sincerely, and especially those who repeat His Name, will be saved by the power of the mantra. "God's Name is more powerful than a thousand atomic and hydrogen bombs."
     
    How to perform Japa:
    Usually, japa is performed on a mala (prayer beads, 108 beads per strand, like a rosary). In the morning, upon waking from sleep, a bath is taken immediately (pour water over all the body from a bucket with a cup). After bath and dressing in your prayer clothes, you sit peacefully in front of your altar. You touch the mala only with the right hand. You hold the beads without using the index finger (index finger is known as the "ego" finger so you leave the ego out of this). You begin where the mala has one larger bead and a tassle; you say one mantra per bead, working the mala around between thumb and middle finger. Once you have completed the 108 repetitions, you turn the mala around and go back the same direction you came. The large bead at the end is called the "guru" bead, so you "don't cross the guru," you keep turning the mala around and going back over the beads the opposite direction. Since 5 is a Shiva number, it is good to do a minimum of 5 rounds of the mala at a sitting. This is done morning and evening.
     
    Japa Nam is also accomplished by constantly repeating the Name of God while working, eating, walking, and everything you do in a day, without always using the mala. When you repeat the Name of God while working, it is also called Karma Yoga.

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  • Lakshmi Prapti Yantra - 24k Gold Plated - Blessed and Activated (LPGPY)
    Lakshmi Prapti Yantra - Abundance and Prosperity

    This yantra is 24k gold plated
    3" Square


    Lakshmi Prapti yantra is helpful in giving complete happiness and success in life. By doing this the native is blessed with success and wealth. This Lakshmi Prapti yantra is very good to get rid of debts. It is said that the faithful worshipper never lacks money and material comforts for himself and his family. Lakshmi Prapti yantra is helpful in giving Complete happiness and success in life to its worshipper. This yantra should be kept in temple or pooja place at home /office . one should place it on a clean red coloured cloth.
     
    Beej Mantra for this Yantra:
     
    "Ya Devi Sarv Bhuteshu Lakshmirupen Sansthitha Namastasye Namastasye Namastasye Namoh Namah:"
     
    Blessed and Energized with proper Mantras, Puja’s and Spiritually activated.  It currently resides on the Altar of our Haidakhandi Temple.  

    Yantra Meditation from Chopra Center:
     
    As you look at the yantra, allow your eyes to focus on its center. This dot in the center is called the Bindu, which represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world.
     
    Now allow your eyes to see the triangle that encloses the bindu. The downward pointing triangle represents the feminine creative power, while the upward facing triangle represents male energy.
     
    Allow your vision to expand to include the circles outside of the triangles. They represent the cycles of cosmic rhythms. The image of the circle embodies the notion that time has no beginning and no end. The farthest region of space and the innermost nucleus of an atom both pulsate with the same rhythmic energy of creation. That rhythm is within you and without you.
     
    Bring your awareness to lotus petals outside the circle. Notice that they are pointing outwards, as if opening. They illustrate the unfolding of our understanding. The lotus also represents the heart, the seat of the Self. When the heart opens, understanding comes.
     
    The square at the outside of the yantra represents the world of form, the material world that our senses show us, the illusion of separateness, of well defined edges and boundaries. At the periphery of the figure are four T-shaped portals, or gateways. Notice that they point toward the interior of the yantra, the inner spaces of life. They represent our earthly passage from the external and material to the internal and sacred.
     
    Now take a moment to gaze into the yantra, letting the different shapes and patterns emerge naturally, allowing your eyes to be held loosely in focus. Gaze at the center of the yantra on the page. Without moving your eyes, gradually begin to expand your field of vision. Continue expanding your vision until you are taking in information from greater than 180 degrees. Notice that all this information was there all along, you just became aware of it. Now slowly reverse the process by re-focusing back to the center of the yantra. Now gently close your eyes. You may still see the yantra in your mind’s eye. The patterns of creativity represented by these primordial shapes express the fundamental forces of nature. They govern the world and they govern you.
     

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  • Durga Yantra - Overcoming Evil 24k Gold Plated - Blessed and Activated (DYGP)
    Durga Yantra - Overcoming Evil 24k Gold Plated

    This yantra is 24k gold plated
    3" Square

    Feel the loving, protective and motherly energy of the Divine.
     
    Envelopes the worshiper in Divine Light Energy. Over time, gives great boons of the Divine Mother with regular worship and mantra recitation.
     
    Chases off all dark energy. 
     
    Be the personification of courage and victory—seek the blessings of Goddess Durga! She is the empowerment of divine energy who nourishes your body, mind and soul. She is a savior for women as well as a protective refuge for men. Her power rays will stimulate your courage level to achieve victory against enemies.
     
    Blessed and Energized with proper Mantras, Puja’s and Spiritually activated.  It currently resides on the Altar of our Haidakhandi Temple.  
     
    Mantra: om dum durgaye namaha

    Yantra Meditation from Chopra Center:
     
    As you look at the yantra, allow your eyes to focus on its center. This dot in the center is called the Bindu, which represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world.
     
    Now allow your eyes to see the triangle that encloses the bindu. The downward pointing triangle represents the feminine creative power, while the upward facing triangle represents male energy.
     
    Allow your vision to expand to include the circles outside of the triangles. They represent the cycles of cosmic rhythms. The image of the circle embodies the notion that time has no beginning and no end. The farthest region of space and the innermost nucleus of an atom both pulsate with the same rhythmic energy of creation. That rhythm is within you and without you.
     
    Bring your awareness to lotus petals outside the circle. Notice that they are pointing outwards, as if opening. They illustrate the unfolding of our understanding. The lotus also represents the heart, the seat of the Self. When the heart opens, understanding comes.
     
    The square at the outside of the yantra represents the world of form, the material world that our senses show us, the illusion of separateness, of well defined edges and boundaries. At the periphery of the figure are four T-shaped portals, or gateways. Notice that they point toward the interior of the yantra, the inner spaces of life. They represent our earthly passage from the external and material to the internal and sacred.
     
    Now take a moment to gaze into the yantra, letting the different shapes and patterns emerge naturally, allowing your eyes to be held loosely in focus. Gaze at the center of the yantra on the page. Without moving your eyes, gradually begin to expand your field of vision. Continue expanding your vision until you are taking in information from greater than 180 degrees. Notice that all this information was there all along, you just became aware of it. Now slowly reverse the process by re-focusing back to the center of the yantra. Now gently close your eyes. You may still see the yantra in your mind’s eye. The patterns of creativity represented by these primordial shapes express the fundamental forces of nature. They govern the world and they govern you.
     
     

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  • Hanuman Yantra 24k Gold Plated - Strength and Devotion - Blessed and Energized (HGPY)
    Hanuman Yantra 24k Gold Plated - Strength and Devotion 

    This yantra is 24k gold plated
    3" Square

    Sri Hanuman Yantra is used for power, authority, vigour and to overcome Enemies. Hanuman Yantra is to appease Lord Hanuman. 
     
    Beej Mantra: "Om Sri Hanumante Namaha"
     
    Blessed and Energized with proper Mantras, Puja’s and Spiritually activated.  It currently resides on the Altar of our Haidakhandi Temple. 

    Yantra Meditation from Chopra Center:
     
    As you look at the yantra, allow your eyes to focus on its center. This dot in the center is called the Bindu, which represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world.
     
    Now allow your eyes to see the triangle that encloses the bindu. The downward pointing triangle represents the feminine creative power, while the upward facing triangle represents male energy.
     
    Allow your vision to expand to include the circles outside of the triangles. They represent the cycles of cosmic rhythms. The image of the circle embodies the notion that time has no beginning and no end. The farthest region of space and the innermost nucleus of an atom both pulsate with the same rhythmic energy of creation. That rhythm is within you and without you.
     
    Bring your awareness to lotus petals outside the circle. Notice that they are pointing outwards, as if opening. They illustrate the unfolding of our understanding. The lotus also represents the heart, the seat of the Self. When the heart opens, understanding comes.
     
    The square at the outside of the yantra represents the world of form, the material world that our senses show us, the illusion of separateness, of well defined edges and boundaries. At the periphery of the figure are four T-shaped portals, or gateways. Notice that they point toward the interior of the yantra, the inner spaces of life. They represent our earthly passage from the external and material to the internal and sacred.
     
    Now take a moment to gaze into the yantra, letting the different shapes and patterns emerge naturally, allowing your eyes to be held loosely in focus. Gaze at the center of the yantra on the page. Without moving your eyes, gradually begin to expand your field of vision. Continue expanding your vision until you are taking in information from greater than 180 degrees. Notice that all this information was there all along, you just became aware of it. Now slowly reverse the process by re-focusing back to the center of the yantra. Now gently close your eyes. You may still see the yantra in your mind’s eye. The patterns of creativity represented by these primordial shapes express the fundamental forces of nature. They govern the world and they govern you.
     

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  • Kali Yantra 24k Gold Plated - Destroyer of Evil - Blessed and Activated (KYGP)
    Kali Yantra 24k Gold Plated - Destroyer of Evil

    This yantra is 24k gold plated
    3" Square

    Grants the blessings of Mother Kali 


    - Promotes Spiritual Love and Darshan of Kali
    - Protects from Spiritual Harm and Dark Energy
    - Protects one from Black Magic, Evil Eye and Spirits
    - Removes Negative Effects of Saturn 
     
    Mantra - Om Kreem Kalakayai Namah
     
    What is a yantra? 
     
    Yantras are windows to the spiritual world. They are made of sacred diagrams and ancient sanskit mantra prayers. They connect directly to the realm of the represented deity. This allows you direct connection and access to the energy of the deity. 
     
    How do I use a yantra?
     
    Yantras are very easy to use. After you get the yantra, place it in your sacred space, altar or any other clean place. Each day, sit before the yantra and recite the given mantra prayer. In addition, you can also offer incense or flowers to the yantra. If this is done weekly, you will get even greater benefit. 
     
    Blessed and Energized with proper Mantras, Puja’s and Spiritually activated.  It currently resides on the Altar of our Haidakhandi Temple.  

    Yantra Meditation from Chopra Center:
     
    As you look at the yantra, allow your eyes to focus on its center. This dot in the center is called the Bindu, which represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world.
     
    Now allow your eyes to see the triangle that encloses the bindu. The downward pointing triangle represents the feminine creative power, while the upward facing triangle represents male energy.
     
    Allow your vision to expand to include the circles outside of the triangles. They represent the cycles of cosmic rhythms. The image of the circle embodies the notion that time has no beginning and no end. The farthest region of space and the innermost nucleus of an atom both pulsate with the same rhythmic energy of creation. That rhythm is within you and without you.
     
    Bring your awareness to lotus petals outside the circle. Notice that they are pointing outwards, as if opening. They illustrate the unfolding of our understanding. The lotus also represents the heart, the seat of the Self. When the heart opens, understanding comes.
     
    The square at the outside of the yantra represents the world of form, the material world that our senses show us, the illusion of separateness, of well defined edges and boundaries. At the periphery of the figure are four T-shaped portals, or gateways. Notice that they point toward the interior of the yantra, the inner spaces of life. They represent our earthly passage from the external and material to the internal and sacred.
     
    Now take a moment to gaze into the yantra, letting the different shapes and patterns emerge naturally, allowing your eyes to be held loosely in focus. Gaze at the center of the yantra on the page. Without moving your eyes, gradually begin to expand your field of vision. Continue expanding your vision until you are taking in information from greater than 180 degrees. Notice that all this information was there all along, you just became aware of it. Now slowly reverse the process by re-focusing back to the center of the yantra. Now gently close your eyes. You may still see the yantra in your mind’s eye. The patterns of creativity represented by these primordial shapes express the fundamental forces of nature. They govern the world and they govern you.
     

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  • Kuber Yantra - Lord of Wealth 24k Gold Plated - Blessed and Activated (KYGP)
    Kuber Yantra - Lord of Wealth 24k Gold Plated

    This yantra is 24k gold plated
    3" Square

    Money Drawing Yantra
     
    This yantra is very powerful for Lord Kuber and contains his numeric yantra in the center. It is surrounded with powerful seed mantras all around. 
     
    Open your doors for riches and luxuries to step in! Welcome Lord Kubera to your home or office. When the divine treasurer walks in with heaps of money and wealth for you, he also pours happiness, peace and success into your life!
     
    Kubera Yantra is a positive energy device which is engraved with luck lines for you. This energized piece drives in an array of divine power that accumulates money, material gains and also restores back your lost wealth. Lord Kubera, the God of riches and material wealth, showers his blessings on you through this Yantra.
     
    Blessed and Energized with proper Mantras, Puja’s and Spiritually activated.  It currently resides on the Altar of our Haidakhandi Temple.  

    Yantra Meditation from Chopra Center:
     
    As you look at the yantra, allow your eyes to focus on its center. This dot in the center is called the Bindu, which represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world.
     
    Now allow your eyes to see the triangle that encloses the bindu. The downward pointing triangle represents the feminine creative power, while the upward facing triangle represents male energy.
     
    Allow your vision to expand to include the circles outside of the triangles. They represent the cycles of cosmic rhythms. The image of the circle embodies the notion that time has no beginning and no end. The farthest region of space and the innermost nucleus of an atom both pulsate with the same rhythmic energy of creation. That rhythm is within you and without you.
     
    Bring your awareness to lotus petals outside the circle. Notice that they are pointing outwards, as if opening. They illustrate the unfolding of our understanding. The lotus also represents the heart, the seat of the Self. When the heart opens, understanding comes.
     
    The square at the outside of the yantra represents the world of form, the material world that our senses show us, the illusion of separateness, of well defined edges and boundaries. At the periphery of the figure are four T-shaped portals, or gateways. Notice that they point toward the interior of the yantra, the inner spaces of life. They represent our earthly passage from the external and material to the internal and sacred.
     
    Now take a moment to gaze into the yantra, letting the different shapes and patterns emerge naturally, allowing your eyes to be held loosely in focus. Gaze at the center of the yantra on the page. Without moving your eyes, gradually begin to expand your field of vision. Continue expanding your vision until you are taking in information from greater than 180 degrees. Notice that all this information was there all along, you just became aware of it. Now slowly reverse the process by re-focusing back to the center of the yantra. Now gently close your eyes. You may still see the yantra in your mind’s eye. The patterns of creativity represented by these primordial shapes express the fundamental forces of nature. They govern the world and they govern you.
     

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