- 1 How do you place Matsya Yantra?
- 2 Can we put Vastu Yantra at home?
- 3 How can I activate Vastu Yantra?
- 4 What is the use of Matsya Yantra?
- 5 What is Kubera Yantra?
- 6 What should be in front of main door?
- 7 Which direction is good for house entrance?
- 8 Where should Shri Yantra picture be placed in the house?
- 9 How do you energize Yantra?
- 10 Does Yantra really work?
- 11 How do you use yantras?
- 12 What is Kurma Yantra?
- 13 What is the story of Matsya Avatar?
How do you place Matsya Yantra?
Keep the Yantra in the north east corner of the house or office. Chant the mantra:”Tat purushaya vidmahe mahaminaya dhimahi tanno Vishnu prachodayat” (Matsya Gayatri Mantra) 16 times facing EAST or NORTH after morning bath.
Can we put Vastu Yantra at home?
The Vastu yantra is a harmless tool with no bad effects and can be kept in homes, offices, factories or any other place of your liking.
How can I activate Vastu Yantra?
How to activate your yantra? (Puja)
- Ring a small bell with your left hand (optional) and place your fourth finger of right hand on the exact centre point or bindhu of your yantra.
- Chant the associated mantra for your yantra or simply ‘AUM’ at least three times to invoke the presiding deity or Avatar of the yantra.
What is the use of Matsya Yantra?
Matsya Yantra – A Handy Tool to Ensure Success at Work and Home! Matsya Yantra represents Lord Vishnu who took the avatar of this marine form to save the world from a deadly danger.
What is Kubera Yantra?
Kubera Yantra is an intricate design, crafted on a small metal plate, usually made of gold. Lord Kubera is considered as the regent of the North and therefore the Yantra is placed in this direction. It is believed that Kubera Yantra worshipers gain treasure, wealth and success in personal as well as professional life.
What should be in front of main door?
According to Vastu, the entrance should ideally face the north, northeast, east, or west, as these facilitates prosperity. If you have to place the main entrance facing south, ensure to correct the Vastu by placing a pyramid or helix. The door should open inwards in the clockwise direction.
Which direction is good for house entrance?
According to Vastu Shastra, the main entrance to a home is not only the entry point for the family, but also for energy. Considered as the “archway to victory and progress in life”, the main door should face north, east or in the north-east direction.
Where should Shri Yantra picture be placed in the house?
Shri Meru Yantra is one of the most significant yantras in Vastu Shastra. The placement or Sathapna of Shri Yantra is done on Friday; It is better to place the Shri Yantra in the North-East direction with the tip of the Yantra towards East direction.
How do you energize Yantra?
To Energize a Yantra one needs the Mantra and to be recited with Prana Energy. To consecrate the Yantra, one needs Tantra, which is Initiation, Pujas and Time. To customize to one’s own use, the horoscope details can be used to choose the time to recite daily.
Does Yantra really work?
Yes, it does. Usage of Yantras has been practiced since 3300 B.C as they were also found from excavation of Harappa civilization. Being around Yantra helps you to diminish the malicious effects created by these transitions like Rahu Yantra and Shani Yantra.
How do you use yantras?
Using Sacred Geometry In Meditation Place the Yantra on a table or shelf at eye level. In front of the Yantra place a small candle. Light the flame and focus your eyes on the flame for 9 minutes. Try to blink your eyes as little as possible.
What is Kurma Yantra?
Kurma in Sanskrit means “ a tortoise; Kurma Yantra represents Lord Vishnu who took the avatar of tortoise to bless the celestial beings with the divine nectar.
What is the story of Matsya Avatar?
Matsya, (Sanskrit: “Fish”) one of the 10 avatars (incarnations) of the Hindu god Vishnu. In this appearance Vishnu saved the world from a great flood. Manu, the first man, caught a little fish that grew to giant size. When the flood approached, Manu saved himself by tying his boat to the horn on the fish’s head.