Maatangi Aur Kamala Tantra Sadhana
Sri Matangi Devi is not one of the more commonly known goddess
forms; however, she appears in varying conceptions all across the Indian
subcontinent, from the frigid mountains of
the name Kamala means "she of the lotus" and is a common epithet of Goddess Lakshmi. Lakshmi is linked with three important and interrelated themes: prosperity and wealth, fertility and crops, and good luck during the coming year..
Gaytri Tantra Sadhana
Devi Gayatri SUPREME, pure consciousness is Para
Kali Tantra Sadhana
KALI Yantra for Protection from Black Magic, Saturn & Evil influences
Kali Yantra is a very powerful Yantra, and is for the worship of Goddess Kali. This Yantra has occult powers & its worship reverses the ill-effects of black magic, and frees a person from the bad influences of spirits & ghosts. This Yantra also eliminates the harmful effects of malefic planets, especially Saturn, which is usually responsible for misfortunes, sufferings and sorrows in life. Kali Yantra bestows spiritual power, and results in fulfillment of desires, increase in wealth and comforts of life. This Yantra is also a time-tested remedy against chronic diseases like blood pressure, paralysis and nervous disorders. It also bestows longevity to the person who wears this Yantra on his body.
Laxmi Tantra Sadhana
Lakshmi worship probably dates back to the prehistoric fertility cults of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization. By the late second millenniums BCE, her earliest recorded hymn appears in the Rig Veda -- the "Sri Sukta," fifteen verses appended to the hymns of the Khila Sukta. Swami Krishnananda of the Divine Life Society advises that "the Sri-Sukta of the Veda is recited with benefit especially on Fridays, together with formal worship of the Goddess, for peace, plenty and all-round prosperity." By the time of the Upanishads and the Puranas, the Goddess Sri had come to be called Goddess Lakshmi as well. In the untold centuries since, "Sri-Lakshmi" has been worshipped as the goddess of wealth, prosperity, fertility and beauty.
BAGLA MUKHI AUR BHUVANESHAWARI TANTRA SADHANA
This is a very powerful and useful Yantra for victory over enemies, law suits, success in quarrels and competitions.This Yantra is for power & dominance over enemies & adversaries. The worshiper of this Yantra shall have an edge over competition, victory over adversaries, and the power to defeat rivals and conquer enemies. Since disease is also considered a major enemy of mankind, this Yantra also offers protection against diseases, chronic problems and accidents. A known cure for 'Vata' imbalance. Bagala Mukhi Yantra also helps the worshiper to achieve success in competitive examinations and to attain victory in law suits. She is the goddess of black magic, of poisons. She rules over the subtle perception which makes us feel at a distance the death or misery of those we know. She incites men to torture one another.
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Hinduism, the Goddess Tara meaning "star" is the second of the Dasa (ten) Mahavidyas or "Great Wisdom(Goddesse)s", Tantric manifestations of Mahadevi, Kali or Parvati. As the star is seen as a beautiful but perpetually self-combusting thing, so Tara is perceived at core as the absolute, unquenchable hunger that propels all life.
GANESH TANTRA SADHANA
Ganesh Yantra to get Success in Business and Profession Ganesh is the foremost God. He is worshipped first on all auspicious occasions, whether it is a marriage or a religious function. Ganeshji is also invoked and worshipped before any festival, or a new project or venture that a Hindu undertakes. He is the remover of all sankat (obstacles) and is an extremely benevolent god, fulfilling the wishes of those whom pray to him sincerely. The worshiper of this Yantra is blessed with success in work & business, good luck & new opportunities in career, fulfillment of wishes & desires and achievement of goals & objectives.The one who does Pooja of Ganesh Yantra is blessed with success in his work, business, undertaking & desires. Ganesh Pooja is must before starting any work. It is most auspicious. He is worshipped for siddhi, success in undertakings, and buddhi, intelligence. He is worshipped before any venture is started. He is also the God of education, knowledge and wisdom, literature, and the fine arts.
Daamar Aur Bhoot Daamar Tantra
The Damar Tantra is an ancient Sanskrit work. It contains a detailed
description of the system of therapeutics utilizing 'Shivambu', i.e.
Auto Urine Therapy, as expounded by Lord Shiva to His Divine Consort
the Goddess Parvati.
Shodshi Tantra Sadhana
Shodashi - the Goddess who is Sixteen Years Old the word 'Shodashi' literally means sixteen in Sanskrit. She is thus visualized as sweet girl of sixteen. In human life sixteen years represent the age of accomplished perfection after which decline sets in. This girl of sixteen rules over all that is perfect, complete, beautiful
Chinnamasta Tantra Sadhana
Chinnamasta - the Goddess who cuts off her Own Head the image of Chinnamasta is a composite one, conveying reality as an amalgamation of sex, death, creation, destruction and regeneration. It is stunning representation of the fact that life, sex, and death are an intrinsic part of the grand unified scheme that makes up the manifested universe
Durga Tantra Sadhana
Tantra means kriya or action. Action is essential for performing rituals. Tantra says that the sum total of all energy is personified as Durga – the supreme power controlling the universe. Goddess Durga will manifest though the sadhaka who is practising the Tantra either by mantra Tapa or by rituals prescribed in Tantra Shastra.
Hanumat Tantra Sadhana
Sadhana of Lord Hanuman are really amazing in the results they produce and what more they are so easy and quick acting that there could be no other Sadhana like them. Then what is the need to go in for tough rituals when all solutions can be ad through them.
Bherav Tantra Sadhana
Bhairava means "terrifying" and it is an adjective applied to Shiva in his fearful aspect. Yet in Kashmir Shaivism, the three letters of this name are taken in a different manner. Bha means bharana, maintenance; ra means ravana, withdrawal and va means vamana, creation of the universe.
Shiva Tantra Sadhana
Shiva is referred to as 'the good one' or the 'auspicious one'. Shiva - Rudra is considered to be the destroyer of evil and sorrow. Shiva - Shankara is the doer of good. Shiva is 'tri netra' or three eyed, and is 'neela kantha' - blue necked (having consumed poison to save the world from destruction. Shiva - Nataraja is the Divine Cosmic Dancer. Shiva - Ardhanareeswara is both man and woman.
Vishnu Tantra Sadhana
Vishnu is a form of God, to whom Hindus pray. Vishnu is the Deity worshipped in the Vedas and their scriptural adjuncts; according to Vaishnavas, He is the Supreme Lord, and is the only entity primarily praised in all true scriptures. Vishnu is the Lord, is the Cause, the Protector, and the Destroyer of all Creation known and unknown, and is responsible for all bondage and liberation. He is beyond the scope of all that is destructible and indestructible, and His worship is the purpose of one's existence; He is free of all flaws, and has an infinite number of good attributes.
SURYA Tantra Sadhana
SURYA Tantra is an alive, holistic way of the tantrischen self experience. The seminars are an area for personal growth, alive meetings and relaxed physical ness. The open argument with topics such as love, partnership and Sexual tat starts up a valuable self experience process. Particularly valuable are here the protected tantrischen area and the founded preparation and company of the individual steps. SURYA Tantra is admits for its positive approach and an ease, which are superficial never
Yantra albums we showed above, the secret key to using Yantras in meditation is resonance. The process of resonance is established by mental focus on the image of the Yantra. As long as the mind is tuned into the specific mood associated to that Yantra, the energy flows, but when the resonance is stopped, the energy disappears.