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The Sri yantra conceived as a place of spiritual pilgrimage. It is a representation of the cosmos at the macrocosmic level and of the human body at the microcosmic level ( each of the circuits correspond to a chakra of the body ) .
YANTRAS – DEFINITION : Traditionally such symbols are used in Eastern mysticism to balance the mind or focus it on spiritual concepts. The act of wearing, depicting, displaying, and/or concentrating on a yantra is held to have spiritual or astrological or magical benefits. A yantra is a visual mantra ( a verbal repetition usually a positive affirmation). It is a symbol or icon particularly of a Goddess (Devi) in geometric form. When we focus upon a yantra mandala, the mind begins to resonate with the energy relevant to the particular deity. As the mind tunes in, or resonates to these energies higher awareness or consciousness is said to be obtained – thus yantra mandalas are seen as an avenue of higher understanding, or enlightenment. This is not gained from the yantra mandala itself, rather this is simply a vehicle or tool for access to higher awareness.
Lord Shiva print on canvas from artwork by Tom Morris Canvas 16"x16"
Shiva is the third god in the Hindu triumvirate. The triumvirate consists of three gods who are responsible for the creation, upkeep and destruction of the world. The other two gods are Brahma and Vishnu. Brahma is the creator of the universe whileVishnu is the preserver of it.
Govinda and Gopāla (Sanskrit/Hindi: गोविन्द/गोविंद and गोपाल) (also known as Govind, Gobind and Gopal) are the names of Vishnu which mean Cowherd and Protector of Cows. These names are also popularly addressed to Krishna, referring to his youthful activity as a cowherd boy.