Shri Yantra Mandala

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Mandalas

Mandalas are geometric designs that are made through uniform divisions of a circle. The divisions are symbols that embody the mathematical principles found throughout creation and reveal the inner workings of nature and the inherent order of the universe. mandalas translate complex mathematical expressions into simple shapes and forms.

Mandalas act as a bridge between the different dimensions or realms. They are gateways that link your consciousness to realms of archetypes. For thousands of years mandala’s have served as a means to expanded thinking. The images are beyond language and the rational mind. They bring about wisdom of universal knowledge and a deeper understanding of human consciousness.

Yantras are a particular field of mandala imagery. They are a visual representation of the harmonic tones of mantras. By directing your thoughts to these archetypal planes you can attune your consciousness with the harmony of universal consciousness.

Shri Yantra

Shri Yantra is the most revered of all the Hindu yantras. It is sometimes known as the Yantra of Creation. The Shri Yantra is believed to be the image of the ‘Om’ mantra. In the Hindu tradition the sound ‘Om’ is understood to be the sound of creation. If the sound ‘Om’ is transformed into a visual representation displayed on a screen (throught the use of a tonoscope) it produces a circle. As the tone is completed the circle is filled with squares, triangles and finally as the tone dies away the Shri Yantra

Sri Yantra

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Aymen Fares is an International Life Coach with clients all over the world. He is based in Melbourne Australia.

 

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