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What is Sri Yantra ?

The most famous of all tantric yantra s . Representing a mystical device space, Sri Yantra is formed by the intersection between the t...

The most famous of all tantric yantras. Representing a mystical device space, Sri Yantra is formed by the intersection between the triangles in two ways: four tops up, symbolizing the male principle, and five vertices down, symbolizing the feminine principle. The yantra invented in order to give an image of completeness and wholeness of existence so that the adept could put the image inside yourself for the ultimate attainment of his oneness with the universe.
exist as flat images (often - multi-colored) and volume (eg, cast bronze).

Construction of the central circle is pattern varies from example to example. Construction of the same figure inside the circle leads to a need or laborious fitting or calculations. Ideally, all the vertices of triangles (except four "hanging") must accurately locate the edges of the other triangles or circles.

However, the exact values of the coordinates of points of intersection in the system described by this symbol 4 equations of the 12th degree. Analytically, this system is apparently not solved, but a numerical solution can be found with any desired accuracy.

practical to construct various recipes used symbol (no less than 7 different), and compensation for the resulting visual inaccuracies lines artificially broadened. Example of circle radius where the character fits divide by 4. This result put off from the center line or the diameter of the circle and draw a parallel to the base diameter of 2 large triangles. The result obtained by dividing by 4 and divide by 10 again. The desired result is a unit of measurement for distance calculation base of the upper and lower triangle. Delayed or measured from the top of the circle and the lowest. The result is calculated as follows: The result is obtained by dividing by 10 multiply by 9 postpone the base of a triangle. The result obtained by dividing by 10 and multiply by 11 again postpone the base of the other triangle. The top of the central, so we get a white triangle result obtained by dividing by 10 and multiply by 3.6 postpone down the center of the circle. Next, draw a symbol for all the newly obtained sides of the triangles formed by the cross-hairs, which serve as bases for the tracings of new triangles.

Sri Yantra is a yantra of the goddess Tripurasundari in the ancient tradition of Sri Vidya. The worship of Sri Vidya was common in India since ancient times. Follower of Sri Vidya was Govindalada Swami, a teacher Adi Sankara charya (first Shankarachari) [27]. He dedicated the rules of worship Shankara Sri Vidya and Shankar wrote about this spirited book called "Saundariyya-Laxipi." Many contemporaries of Sankara - Sureshvara, Padmapada, Vidyaranya Swami - also worshiped in Sri Vidya. Brother Chaytani known as Nityananda Prabhu, was a Vaishnava, and still worshiped in Sri Vidya. The famous Saiva teacher Abhinavagupta worshiped Sri Vidya along with Shiva. Thus, the worship of Sri Vidya was distributed Shakti vedantacharev, Vaishnava and Shaivas.

Description: Tools for Tantra
Sri Vidya, or Shodashi, is the third of the ten Mahavidyas. She is known by various names: Sundari, Lalita Tripura Sundari, Shodashi and Bala. For the worship of Sri Vidya is necessary to understand its yantra, which is the most amazing of all yantras and is called the Sri Yantra Sri Chakra or Lalita chakra. Terms of worship the Sri Yantra, the method of its construction and full interpretation, see "Saundariyya-Lahiri." They are based on the ancient spiritual path samaya Mateo as Sankara was vedantacharey dedicated to samaya-mat. This path is different from the Kaula-mata, the pure worship of Shakti. The difference between the two schools is to build a yantra.

Proponents of samaya-mat build sri yantra so that there are five triangle top up, and the four triangles facing the top down. In Kaula-mate is the opposite: the top five triangles pointing down, and the four - point upwards. These yantra given various names: the first is called shrishthi-Krama ("law of development"), and the second - samhara-Krama ("the law of extinction"), easily noticeable external difference between the two yantras is the central triangle with a bindu. In samaya-mate this central triangle faces pointing upwards, and in Kaula-mate - top down. In Kaula-material construction of this yantra is a secret known only to the initiated. But in "Lalita Sahasranama" describes a method for constructing the Sri Yantra.

Sri Yantra is very attractive and powerful. It consists of nine intersecting triangles. Four of them turned up tops, and the rest - the top down. Four-facing vertices of the triangle are up to Siva, and the remaining five are triangles Shakti. The combination of the nine triangles form the Sri Yantra - the most dynamic of all yantras. If you draw a similar scheme consisting of eight intersecting triangles, four of which are directed upwards and four - down, you get a well-balanced, static figure. Caused by the addition of another triangle imbalance makes yantra dynamic and more powerful.

Sri Yantra is the only asymmetric scheme, but its beauty lies in the fact that at first glance it seems symmetrical. In order to worship the Sri Yantra portrayed on copper, silver and gold plates in the form of a flat drawing or convex terrain, lined with stones, quartz, crystals and semi-precious stones. The last type of image Sri Yantra has the shape of a pyramid, in ancient times there were many such yantras. Typically, the Sri Yantra represents the body of the goddess Tripura Sundari, although in some texts it is called the navel of the Divine Mother. Indeed, there are statues of the Divine Mother, in the umbilicus which is inscribed the Sri Yantra. Sri Yantra is also called "yantra space." In "Bhayravayamala Tantra" clearly states that the Tripura Sundari Yantra reflects the shape of the cosmos. In the "Kama kalavilase" states that the Sri Yantra is built on the same principles as the human body.

Sri Yantra also has nine chakras (groups), similar to the nine chakras (psychic centers) in the human body:

1. Bindu. 2. Tricon (central triangle containing the bindu). 3. Agitar ( the group of eight triangular nicks out trikoni). 4. Antardashar (a group of ten internal triangles). 5. Bahirdashar (a group of ten external triangles). 6. Chaturdashar (a group of fourteen triangles). 7. Ashtadala (a ring of eight petals of the lotus). 8. Shodashadala (a ring of sixteen petals of a lotus.) 9. Bhupur (a square with four gates.)

In respect of the Sri Chakra Yantra word means a group of (literally "circle") structural elements, not psychic centers of Kundalini Yoga, but the nine figures of the Sri Yantra and these psychic centers there is some connection provided in Table 10.

in "Kamakalavilasa-agame" states that the practitioner is essential to comprehend the true form of the goddess Tripura Sundari, and the only way to do this - to understand its symbolic form, the Sri Yantra.

Thus, it is clear that the Sri Yantra is:
• image of the cosmos (the scheme of its development and evolution);
• image of the human body (skin of its internal structure);
• image of the goddess Tripura Sundari (since this is the goddess of energy that permeates all the phenomenal world.)

Five triangle top down, or Shakti triangles, are shown as five tanmatras (hearing, touch, sight, taste and smell), five Mahabhuta (Akasa, air, fire, water and earth), the five sense organs (ears , skin, eyes, tongue and nose) and the five organs of action (hands, feet, mouth, genitals and anus). In the human body, these five elements are still manifested as skin, nerves, flesh, fat and bone.
facing four-point upward triangle - a triangle of Shiva - embody the masculine energy and appear as Chitta (substance of consciousness), buddhi (intellect, higher mind), ahamkara ( self-awareness, a sense of his own "I", the ego) and Manas (mind, lower mind.)
When the five directed top down and four up towards the top of the triangle intersect and overlap, there is forty-three new triangle - just as the interaction of male and female forces in space gives rise to a variety of objects of the phenomenal world.
Like the bindu in the center, which symbolizes the Divine Mother, the bindu in the Sahasrara Chakra represents individual consciousness, which is the "I" (Jiva), the soul, the spirit, or Atman.
Bindu, the central point within the triangle, and yantra, also known as sarvaanandamayi chakra, or "chakra perfect bliss." Bindu is the seed of the universe, it is beyond time and space. This bindu reside in eternal union Kameshvari (god coma, desires) and Kameshvari (shakti commitment to the ultimate unity). Kameshvari and Kameshvari reside in the human body above the soma chakra - in the Sahasrara chakra, chakra lotus with a thousand petals. 
During the meditation on the Sri Yantra worship, the eternal union of Shiva and Shakti is by focusing on the Bindu. Adoration Ishtadevata (personal deity) and the guru is also done by focusing on the bindu. Bindu is the final point of the yantra, but the central location makes it and the beginning of the yantra. Without an understanding of the importance of this point can not build a yantra. Bindu is the original cause, the seed of the yantra. Any worship of Sri Yantra complete meditation on the bindu.
Tricon, which is otherwise called sarva-siddhi-prada chakra, is the main triangle containing a bindu. In Kaula-mate he portrayed facing the top down. According to Tantra, this triangle becomes a self Bindu, striving to manifest. Tricon created radiance bindu. Bindu - the seed of the tree of creation, and it remains within him in his fine form. When the dormant period ends and the age of the movement, Bindu generates Tricon: hidden becomes manifest. Three sides of Tricon belong to three goddesses - Kameshvari, Bridzheshvari and Agamalini - who march accompanied by three gunas (Sattva, Rajas and Tamas).

The three main segments trikoni are pitha ("monastery") represented in the human body:

1. Kamakshi-pitha corresponds to the muladhara chakra.
2. Purnagiri-pitha corresponds Anahata chakra.
3. Jalandhar-pitha corresponds visuddha Chakra.

Besides Tricon represents the yoni (female sexual organ), the original Prakriti the three gunas, the three states of consciousness: Jagrat (waking), Swapna (dream) and sushupti (deep sleep). In the initial period of rest Prakriti and remains immobile in the form of bindu, and during the motion is set in motion and becomes Tricon. It is the same force, which is known in Tantra as the Divine Mother Tripura Sundari, Tripura and Sri Vidya. According to the "Kama-kalavilasy" between Bindu (Siva) and Tricon (Shakti), there is no difference. Kameshvari and Kameshvari are three aspects of consciousness - recognition, action, and a tendency, that is, understanding, action and sensation. Title sarva-siddhi-prada means "vested with all powers (Siddhi)." Meditation on this chakra brings power.

Ashtar, a group of eight triangles, also known as Sarva-horn-hara chakra - "chakra, gets rid of all ills." Eight triangles are eight yoni forming vosmeritsu everything. Tantrikas depict Kameshvari four-handed and holding the hands of four different devices; Kameshvari also has four arms. These eight instruments in the hands of Kameshvari and Kameshvari and personified by eight triangles. In addition, the triangles correspond to the eight goddesses who bear the names of Vashin, Kameshvari, Modin, Vimala, Aruna, Dzhayayni, Sarveshvari and Kaulin.

This chakra is also called agnik Janda "the abode of fire", it contains ten energies of fire: Ushmaev, Dzhvalini, Visphulingini, Sushri, Surupa, Kapila, Havyavaha, Kavyavaha, Prasphu-teak and Shit. Ashtar is authentic Sri yantra. Ashtar eight triangles and one triangle trikoni - nine in total - called navdvara chakra, the cornerstone of the phenomenal world. In the tantric texts the human body is also called navdvara chakra, as it has nine gates.
Adoration Ashtar trikoni and Bindu brings protection, power, and bliss, and obviates any emotional, mental and physical ailments.

Antardashar - a group of ten triangles around Ashtar - also known as Sarva-rakshakara Chakra "chakra, providing full protection." This protection is achieved not by external forces and internal discipline. This chakra has the ability to defend on the grounds that it is a "control center" five organs of action and the five senses. Managing ten indriyah one gets protection from any external stimuli.

In the ten triangles sit ten yoni, or sakti: Sarvajna, Sarva Shakti Prada, Sarva Aishwarya Prada, Sarva Dzhnyanamayi, Sarva Vyadhi-Nashini, Sarvadhara, Sarva-Pape Jara, Sarva Anandamayi, Sarva Raksha and sarva-Ayp-sat-Phal Prada. These goddesses correspond to ten personal lights and are responsible for the following functions: rechaka (purification), Pachaka (digestion) shochaka (drying, absorption), Dahak (burning), plavaka (extract essence, the selection of proteins), ksharaka (oxidation), uddharaka ( retrievals) kshobhaka
(Occurrence of depression), dzhrambhaka (assimilation) and mohaka (the appearance of attractiveness).
ability to control ten lamps by the subordination of the ten Indriyas provides a person full protection.

Bahirdashar - a group of ten triangles surrounding antardashar - also known as Sarva-artha-Sadhaka Chakra "chakra, which makes any possible awareness." In Sanskrit, the word artha means "money" and "meaning." This chakra gives people the ability to be aware of everything around to make their lives meaningful. In the ten triangles reside ten yoni, or shakti, Sarva-sampada Prada, Sarva Priyyankari, Sarva Mangal-Carini, Sarva-Kama Prada, Sarva duhkha-Swa-vimochini, Sarva Mrtyu-Prashamni, Sarva-Vidzhnya Nivarni, Sarwan, Sunda-ri, Sarva Saubhadzhnyadayini and Sarva Siddhi Prada. These shakti run ten Pranas body under the names: prana, Apana, Samana, vyana, Udana, Kurma, screaming, naked, dhananjaya devadutta. It is because of all the prana becomes alive and takes on a value that is executed Artha.
Meditation on this chakra helps one to attain control of prana, and this control allows you to control the mind. The mind operates through ten Indriyas (five organs of action and the five senses). The sense organs are doing meaningful outside world, and the organs of action provides the opportunity to achieve the desired person and satiate the senses - but in the absence of prana none of the groups of not function.

group of fourteen external triangles, or yoni, called chaturdashar or sarva-saubhadzhnya- dayyak chakra. These include staying yoni shakti, Sarva-Sankshobini, Sarva-View-Dravani, Sarva Akarshini, Sarva Ahladini, Sarva Sammohini, Sarva Istambhini, Sarva Dzhambhini, Sarva Shankari, Sarva Randzhini, Sarvonmadini, Sarva Artha -Sadhini, Sarva sampatti-Purna, Sarva Mantramayi and Sarva Dvandkshyakari. These goddesses are responsible for fourteen Nadi alambusha, Kuhu, vish-Vodar, Varuna, hastdzhihva, yashodari, payyasvani, Gandhari, shoving, shankhini, self-rasvati, ida, pingala, sushumna (see details in "Yogashikha Upanishad"). Fourteen Shakti in Manas (mind), buddhi (intellect), chitta (the substance of consciousness) and ahamkara (self-awareness, ego) and ten of Indra. Thus, they are the outlines of the yantra and the human body (microcosm). These goddesses bring good luck, as evidenced by its name, sarva-saubhadzhnya-dayyak Chakra - "chakra brings good luck."

Ashtadala, a ring of eight petals of the lotus, also known as Sarva-Sankey Shoba chakra. These petals vlyayutsya abodes eight goddesses named Anan-Kusma, Anan-Mekhla, Anan-Madni, Anan-Madanatura, Anan-Rekha-Vegini Anan, Anan-Madanankusha and Anan-Malini. Their functions are: vacana (speech), Adana (transfer), Gama (care) visarga (elevation), ananda (bliss), Khan (lack of) upaEdnya (gift), umekshya (neglect). The eight petals symbolize the categories: rupa (form), race (taste), gandha (smell), Sparsha (touch), Shabda (sound), nada (original sound), Prakriti (primordial nature) and Purusha (the higher the "I" ).

ring of sixteen petals of the lotus called shodashadala also known as Sarva-ashapuraka Chakra "chakra fulfill all the promise of the life of any expectations." This is the chakra of miracles. In the sixteen petals lie sixteen shakti: Kama Karshin, Buddhiyyakarshini, Ahamkara-Karshin, Shabdakarshini, Sparshakar-shiney, Rupakarshini, Rasakarshini, Gan-dhakarshini, Chittakarshini, Dhayr-yakarshini, Ismrityakarshini, Namakarshini, Bidzhakarshini, Atmakarshi-none, and Amritakarshini Sharirakarshini . These shakti manifested through sixteen guns: the five elements, ten of Indra and one Mind.

Two rings of lotus petals are associated with lunar energy, and a group of forty-three triangles - with the sun. Such a relationship does yantra dynamic: it manifests itself as a combination of lunar and solar energies, ie, in the form of electromagnetic energy.

Bhupur, a square with four gates, otherwise referred trayeloka-Mohana Chakra "chakra, attracting three locks (the world or plan) . " By lokam include the physical world (Bhuloka), the astral plane (Bhu-warlock) and the heavenly world (Svargaloka).

Usually bhupur yantra is considered the abode of the seat of Shakti, it represents a gross material phenomenon in which this Shakti lies in a cycle of creation and preservation. It includes all the guards bhupuru eight cardinal directions (dikpaly). In addition, bhupur symbolizes ten Siddhi. These include: the anima (the ability to become negligible), laghima (ultra-light, levitation), Mahima (the power, the ability to become infinitely large), ishatava (power over others), vashitva (magnetism, power over energy), prakamya (the ability to make the desired form) bhukti (power) iccha (will), prapti (achievement of the spirit) and Mukti (the ability to fulfill any desire). It also reside "eight mothers": Brahmi, Maheshwari, Kaumari, Vaishnavi, Varahi, Ayndri, Chamunda, Mahalakshmi. This chakra is the place of the three river flows: the Ganges (moon), Yamuna (solar) and Saraswati (neutral), and for this reason it is called Tirtharadzh (the king of all places of pilgrimage.)

From the symbolic point of view, it is a confluence of rough and subtle energies. In contrast to the Kaula-mata, in samaya-mate decided outline around a lotus with sixteen petals of three rings, which are designed to embody three different incarnation of the Divine Mother: Pashyanti, Madhyama and Vaykhiri. The collective name of the trio - Para-Vani (the illustrations in this book, these three rings are not shown.) In addition, the Kaula-mate has a special yantra for Shodashi or Tripura Sundari (it is one of the ten Mahavidya Yantra for, in addition to more sri yantra). In the black-and-white version of Sri Yantra, looks complicated, but on the color image all the chakras are clearly defined, and this yantra is a real festival for the eyes. This yantra is worshiped for the performance of a variety of desires.

Five triangle top down, are the abodes of the five Shakti: Parma Raudra, Dzhayeshthi, Ambika and Parashakti. Four upward triangle symbolizes the male principle, Shiva, and the principles icchami, kriyas, Jnana and Santhi. The triangles represent the yoni. Bindu, the eight-petalled lotus, lotus with sixteen petals and bhupur are symbols of Shiva. Thus, this yantra is a fusion of elements of Shiva and Shakti, which is the unity of the cosmos. Two rings of lotus petals are considered somamandaloy, "Moon mandala." It should meditate on each of the nine chakras described above, as appropriate pronouncing the sounds of Sanskrit. The worship of this yantra brings a wide variety of power and achievement, but it should be under the guidance of a mentor, guru, dedicated to the mysteries of Sri Vidya. It is important to remember that meditation on the Sri Yantra should not be done at night, so as to work with such a complex pattern eyes need the light of day.
Tripurasundaram And her mantra
Tripurasundari (Lalita)  - a form of Shakti in Hinduism. This Shakti svarpa Brahman, that it is the closest and the original form of Brahman. The entire universe, all forms, all actions is the creation Tripurasundari modes, namely through Tripurasundari, Brahman manifests itself in this world. Tripurasundari is the matriarch of all worlds, unique, over whom she has no power, it is all-pervading Brahman, because it is the very strength and power of Brahman.

One of the best names Devi - is Tripurasundari. This name tells us that it is the most beautiful in all the three worlds. There are many interpretations of the word "Tripura". Kalika-puranarasskazyvaet that, in accordance with the desire of creation and manifestation of Shiva's body was "threefold", the upper part became Brahma, Vishnu was the middle part and the lower Rudra. Since these three parts (pura) are Shiva, it is called Tripura, Tripura and his wife. In Kamakala Vilas great sage Abhiyukta mentions that Devi has created all three forms, she is in everything and in the form of the three worlds, and there after the destruction of these worlds, and after their destruction restores them again. In the Brahmanda Purana, it is mentioned that Devi Tripurasundari governs the universe, She - High Queen, and Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva - to execute its actions in her kingdom. In fact, Tripurasundari is manifested Brahman, it is for her grace, we are able to know Brahman, for they are a single unit.

In the universe there may be millions of Brahma, Vishnu and Rudra, millions of devas and shakti, but only Tripura Sundari is the only, all others - It is the children. She loves her children, that she opens a Vedyznanie of Brahman. She was always intoxicated unity with Brahman, it is the essence of God's acts.

Lalita Sahasranama shows her in the presence of Lakshmi and Saraswati, to accompany her on the side. In Saundarya-Lahari, it is mentioned that Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva began their cosmic creation, when the Supreme Shakti for a split second to connect their eyebrows. Devi Prayer consists of three syllables, and its pyatnadtsatibukvennaya prayer is made up of three peaks (accents). It is present in trehnadi ( sushumna, pingala  and  ida ) She governor three shakti - iccha, jnana and kriya (intent, knowledge and action.)

She gets into all three worlds - heaven, earth and hell. She is managing all three bodies -  sthula ,  sukshma  and  Karana  (coarse, fine and causal). It is present in three states -  jagrat, Swapna  and  sushupti  (waking, sleeping with dreaming and deep sleep).

Though she and primary gun, it gets into all the three gunas - sattva, rajas and tamas. Love and joy - the natural qualities krasoty.Chhandogya Upanishad says that longing and desire - the source of pain, that certainly does not contain the happiness. God alone can produce happiness, when happiness is taking shape. This form -  sarvanga Sundari Sundari , who has full of beauty, happiness and perfection, it is a source of Tripurasundari. The Divine Mother Tripurasundari help us in our search and leads us in every action, in her favor Jiva is liberated, it is by the grace of Tripurasundari veil of maya, which weaves Tripurasundari is removed.

So, etymologically  "Sri"  means an abundance of, completeness, and majesty, and  "Vidya"  - is the knowledge that leads the Jiva (embodied soul) to mukti (liberation). To many, this tradition is known for its famous Shriyantroy, which is considered Yantra Raja (the queen of all yantras) tantrics often call it the other deities and worship them there. It is no coincidence, since saktas Srividya believe that the Mother Goddess Tripura Sundari gives birth (manifestation) of the entire universe and all Deities.

Srividya can rightly be considered as a tradition of mantras, as this tantric cult has a very large arsenal of add as many Deities. Mantras are often divided into male (they are called -  "Mantra" ) and women (called  "Vidya" ). Mantras are considered themselves as a subtle body of the Deity, they can be in the form of bijas (seed syllables). Sometimes mantras are composed of several seed syllables and mantras are called kutakshara (a collection of syllables). Practitioner, breaking the mantra to pieces and distributing it through Nyasa, can form a thin body of the Deity in his body, so that it becomes possible to meditate on the unity of the self and the Divine. Sometimes the body can be projected and yantra, for example, each Chakra Yantra - on a particular chakra sadhakas. This establishment of the Godhead or the energy can be made both on himself and on the other participant (s) of the tantric ritual, this approach is popular in Kaula tradition.

Tradition Kaul very conditionally divided into Shrikulu (Srividya) and Kalikulu (the cult of Kali). However, the tradition of the Mother Goddess complementary and contain elements of each other, but in this case, talking about Shrikule, it should be emphasized that at higher levels of Srividya and we begin to worship Kali. This is due to the fact that Kali - is ugra (terrible) Deity shut-off worldly attachments. And before the sadhaka proceeds to worship him, including a ritual panchamakara, he should long enough to worship Tripura Sundari. My Guruji explained it this way. First, we worship the Goddess young Balasundari which 8 years in the worship of her, we use the mantra of the three Balls Akshar -  AI? kli? sau? . Bija  AI?  - it Bija speech Bija  kli?  - it Bija Kama (desire) and  sau?  - it Bija Shakti (mystic power). After practice this mantra upasaka experienced practicing mantra fifteen Goddess - panchadashi it - a symbol of the Goddess, which began menstrual cycle. Its very Vidya is divided into three Kuta, the first begins with the "ka", the second with "ha" and the third with "self", it is also Kuta speech will (the will) and Shakti (power), they actually continue that practice in the Bala mantra. Then the sadhaka practicing mantra for sixteen syllables, which is the essence of the previous one and allows to obtain directly from the Goddess of knowledge and comprehend the Self. Transfer of sixteen syllables of the mantra on my Guru Abhishek is called Shakti. After that, the sadhaka worships Tripura Sundari with more than twenty syllables mantra, where Goddess becomes a mature woman, connecting with Siva Kameshvari, and from that point it becomes Kameshvari. At this point, the sadhaka fully vested power and authority to practice the most sensitive methods of Srividya, as panchamakara Puja, etc. This initiation is called Purna abhiseka. After her upasaka worship of Kali and other forms of wrathful goddess, and in general, these stages are considered as the Goddess Kundalini awakening process and comprehension of her union with Shiva. However, all of these stages have a lot of their secrets, their guru can transmit only trusted disciples, trusts and as people and as a practice. Which? Then directions Srividya gurus may have different algorithms and principles of initiation, in this article we will discuss the most popular Srividya mantra and its meaning.

would like to note that, in line Nath also has one of the initiations, called Upadesha-diksha or Shaknkhadhal where the guru mantra transfers the pupil and forms of Goddess Bala Upasana. However, mantras, and forms of worship contain common features and individual features. It is believed that the basic mantra of Srividya - panchadashi - linked to the "Atharva-Veda", namely "Shri Devi Atharva-Shirshov," and can shift the sloka in the form bijas. kamo Yoni? kamala vajrapa? irguha hasa matari? vabhramindra? |  punarguha sakala Mayaya ca purucyai? visvamataditividyom A | | 14 | | Kama, Yoni, Kamala, Vajrapani (Indra), Guha, Hamsa Matarishva, Abhra, Indra, Punarguha, Sakala Mayyatak are also the mantra of the Mother of the Universe, which, of course, Brahman. there are numerous transcripts of this sloka, esoteric content, suggest the three most well-known. · Kama (Eros) - ka, Yoni (source) - ai, Kamala (Goddess) - i, Vajrapani (Indra) - la, Guha (Skanda) - hri?, Hasa (Hamsa) - ha, sa, Matarishva (air) - ka, Abhra (heaven) - ha, Indra - la, HRI?, sa, ka, la, maya HRI?. · ka - desire, e - the intention, i - motivation, la - exercise, hri? - The light and the implementation of the embodiments of the soul, ha - the sun, sa - moon, ka - desire, ha - prana, la - exercise, hri? - The light and the implementation of the embodiments of the soul, sa - lunar energy of the mind, ka - desire, la - implementation, hri? - Shakti and light. · ka - Shiva, e - Shakti, i - the God of love, la - land, ha - the Sun God, sa - cold rays of the moon, ka-God of Love, ha - sky, la - Indra, sa - Pair , ka - the God of love, la - Vishnu.


In Srividya there are many mantras for different number of Akshar resembling panchadashi where aksharas can also carry hidden alchemical washed away. This alchemy is usually based on the interaction of various forces and energies, but many teachers often keep it a secret. Which one? Alchemy that sense of inner alchemy Srividya akin Nath. However, it should be said that the now common tradition not all gurus have kept this knowledge, masters in these sections practice today is not much. Many of these gurus prefer to learn only a limited number of followers, it is strictly selecting applicants for apprenticeships. Splitting from Bindu to Tricon (triangle) forms a manifestation of the categories of triadic deities and forces in different texts Srividya have different descriptions. Many teachers list several communications, metaphysical principles, sometimes they differ in content and interpretations, depending on a particular school.

The deployment of the triangle begins with the left line (Rekha) inner triangle Shriyantry (sarva-siddhiprada) and moves in a clockwise direction. Thus, each element of the symbolic triad becomes identified with the lines of the triangle in the center of Shriyantry. There in the center is the point (bindu), which symbolizes the Goddess Ambika, embodying the true self (atman) of man. It is believed that when the Mother Goddess being created the universe, then at that time a single cause of the universe in the form of mahabindu split into three bindu (moon, sun and fire), they are also connected to different forms of Nada. These three bindu symbolize a central angle of a triangle Shriyantry, which is the yoni of the Goddess. ·  ka ei la HRI?  - Kameshvari (rajas) ·  HA HA sa ka la HRI?  - Vadzhreshvari (sattva) ·  sa ka la HRI?  - Bhagamalini (Tamas) The central triangle, following the evolutionary trends (pravrtti) appears all Shriyantra, and the foundation is Shriyantry panchadashi mantra. Together with the central bindu and syllable  sri? Shodashi as it appears.

                     vagbhavaku? a

ka          tat   Kameshvari  Brahman

e      savitur varenyam          Kameshvari        (Shakti)

i       bhargo devasya dhi-     Shiva

la      mahi           Land

hri?   dhiyo yo na?    pracodayat Maya

                                 kamarajaku? a

ha                          tat

sa                      savitur (3 = 3 syllable word mantra)

ka                       varenyam

ha                     bhargo devasya dhi-(1 sound = 6 syllables)

la                       mahi

hri?                   dhiyo yo na? pracodayat

                                saktiku? a

sa                          tat savitur varenyam

ka                         bhargo devasya dhi-

la                            mahi

hri?                        dhiyo yo na? pracodayat

Some tantrics panchadashi also relate to the Vedic Mantra Gayatri and believe that Gayatri can be transformed into a form bijas panchadashi panchadashi and that contains all the Gayatri. Please find attached the relevant tables due to Gayatri panchadashi. And even each kutakshar able to contain the potential Gayatri mantra. Panchadashi mantra is also unique in that it is able to untie the three knots (Granthi) in the human body, the chakras and kundalini awakening. For example, saying  ka ei la HRI? , we untie the Brahma-Granthi and intensify the state of the fire when we say  HA HA sa ka la HRI? , we untie knot of Vishnu and intensifying power of the sun, saying  sa ka la HRI? , we untie knot of Rudra and intensifying effect of the moon. Sixteenth Bija sri?  unlocks the Sahasrara chakra, and vibrating bindu (anusvaroy) in the syllable Sri? , with the mantra, we can activate the chakras sukshma dvadashanty.

Panchadashi syllables mantra known also by the fact that they are associated with the fifteen lunar day (tithi), which symbolize the fifteen Nitya Goddesses. Moon in Indian astrology is the key, and Tantra is that the moon contains both herself and the power of the sun. For example, the new moon (Amavasya) is associated with the lunar force as such, but the full moon (Purnima) - from solar. In the human body Moon is associated with the lower chakras, and the full moon - with the top. If we consider the meaning of the word "Hatha Yoga", the "ha" is translated as the moon, and "tha" - as the lunar and the solar disk at the same time. Hatha Yoga - the balance of the lunar and solar power, or Prana and Apana (upward and downward forces), as well as the union of Shiva and Shakti. As a mantra, 15 Goddesses are associated with the outer and inner space, this is a topic for another article, here we just mention this connection.

Derived sound     -       Speech root      -       The esoteric meaning      

vagbhavaku? a

ka         -         kan, shine          -        Shiva, the Illuminator

e           -        in, study             -  instrument of knowledge, ie Buddhi

[Ka + e indicates the radiant intelligence]

i           -       i, fill         -           filling all of reality

la + ha + ri       -          excellence

?         -          reason for the superiority of

kamarajaku? a

ha        -         han, damage           -      courage, ha - the cause of defeating the enemy

sa        -        so, enjoy or
                     su, generate          -          wealth, the promotion of   pleasure

ka       -        kam, wish          -         women who brought the mantra and which are the objects of desire

ha      -         oharn, go        -          refers to the achievement of courage, wealth, and so the desired

la + ha + ri     -         i, shine      -     glory

?        -

saktiku? a

sa ka la         -      then, so there are steps above

h?     -       h?, eliminate        -       Destroyer of the Universe

i       -                         radiance, the cause of creation and

[H? + I = Mother who shines in the heart and the pain dissipates, hri - dependent defining component (karmadharya) s?]


The primary sound (nada) or knowledge

Greatness pyatnadtsatislogovoy mantra Tripura Sundari is also in the fact that its syllables contain 36 metaphysical categories of Being, which are popular in Saivism and Shaktism. More panchadashi mantra has the potential of all the letters of Sanskrit in Shaktism, they are regarded as the Mother Goddess (Matrikas). For example, a first system  A Ka-Tha  associated with three Qutami iantri: first Kut includes all vowels Sanskrit, since  A , second Kut includes consonants since  Ka and the third - the rest of aksharas  Tha  to  La . There are other systems that connect Matrikas with the mantra. Sanskrit aksharas characterized by the fact that they all terminate the sound "a", respectively, according to the letter contains also the vowel "a" (unlike vowels). For example, the syllable "ka" contains two sounds merged together, it is "a" and "a", but the "e" - a vowel, contains only the sound of the "e" and no more. If we count the number of sounds in panchadashi-mantra, including the sound of Nada and Bindu in  HRI? , we get the 37 sounds. These sounds are related to tattvam 36, including 37? Th category - Paramashiva (tattvatitu), or the fact that Sri Abhinavagupta called Anuttara. All letters of Sanskrit from the point of view of Tantrism have a profound sacred meaning: for example, vowels are often seen as being associated with Shiva and the consonants - with Shakti. Consequently, all the mantras, consisting of compounds of vowels and consonants, is the personification of the blessed union of Shiva and Shakti.

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