What is the benefit of Sri yantra puja?
Sri yantra puja is a Hindu ritual that involves the worship of the Sri yantra, a sacred geometric diagram that is believed to represent the cosmos and the manifestation of the divine. The Sri yantra is considered a powerful tool for spiritual growth and the attainment of various goals, including material prosperity, good health, and spiritual liberation.
Here are some potential benefits of performing Sriyantra puja:
- It can bring about material prosperity: The Sriyantra is believed to be a source of wealth and prosperity, and performing puja to it is thought to attract abundance and success in one’s material endeavours.
- It can bring good health: The Sriyantra is also believed to have healing powers, and performing puja to it is thought to bring good health and well-being.
- It can bring spiritual growth: Performing Sriyantra puja can also help to bring about spiritual growth and advancement. It is believed to be a powerful tool for meditation and spiritual realization.
- It can bring peace and harmony: The Sriyantra is believed to bring peace and harmony to the home and to the lives of those who perform puja to it.
Overall, Sriyantra puja is a powerful spiritual practice that can bring about material prosperity, good health, spiritual growth, and peace and harmony. It is an important aspect of Hindu spiritual practice and is widely revered and respected.
The Khadagmala chanting along with Sriyantra Kumkum Archana puja will be done by Dr Pallavi Kwatra who is a spiritual Sri Vidya saadhak & Shakti lover. You may find her books, e-courses on Sriyantra Pujas, Shakti blogs and more at her website at this link: https://www.drpallavikwatra.com/collection/shakti-collection/
For those who wish to learn Sriyantra puja with Khadagmala chanting, You can take up an e-course at this link: https://www.drpallavikwatra.com/course/do-it-yourself-khadagmala-stotram-with-shri-yantra-kumkum-archana-ritual/
Sri Devi refers to Shakti, the divine mother, Khadaga means sword, Mala refers to garland and Stotram means a hymn or song of praise. So, the Khadagmala Stotram ( KS) is a hymn to the divine mother which is said to bestow a garland of swords upon those who recite it.
The KS takes us mentally through the Sri Chakra; i.e. the mystical geometric representation of the Transcendental Supreme Goddess. This Yantra consists of nine enclosures – each more secret and esoteric than the one before it – surrounding a central point, or Bindu, in which Devi, the Supreme Goddess (here in Her erotic form as Kameshwari) is joined in coitus with her consort i.e., Siva in His erotic form as Kameshwara
It has 15 variant versions one for each phase of the moon. The Sword bestowed upon those who recite the KS symbolizes the power (Energy) that enables us to transcend attachment, facilitating Self-Realization and leading us to the four principal aims of life – namely, dharma, artha, kaama, and moksha. As Sri Amritananda Natha explains, “the Sword metaphorically severs the head, separating the body from the mind. It can be interpreted also as Wisdom – that which separates, categorizes, and classifies. So it is a symbol of Knowledge. Khadgamala is about imagining a garland of synergistic ideas, nourishing and protecting them and putting life into them.”
Because it condenses a long series of complicated rituals into a very simple, easily achievable recitation/meditation that anyone can learn and hugely benefit from. The full puja (formal worship) of the Devis of the Sri Chakra takes hours because for each of them we pause and do a detailed “sub-puja.” Hence the sages of yore created this KS as an alternative, “short-form” recitation more suitable for the demands and time constrictions of modern-day life.
Even those who have not been initiated into Srividya can benefit greatly from the Khadgamala. Stotrams are one tool of Srividya Upasana that is open to all categories of people. It does not have ritualistic injunctions of dos and don’ts.daily practice is ideal – if possible, at the same time and same place. The preferable time is at night, just before going to sleep, as the practice will continue working on your resting mind.
It clears your doubts and fears, removes your psychic baggage, and prepares your mind and spirit for dramatic spiritual advancement. “It fulfils all wishes, more than you desire, instantly,” adds Sri Amritananda. “Therein lays its power. Regular practice protects you, nourishes you, and takes you beyond.”
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