Yantra and Meditation
The YANTRA provides a focal point for looking inward into the absolute. When the mind is concentrated on a single, simple object, in this case a YANTRA, the mental chatter ceases. Eventually, the object is dropped when the mind can remain empty and silent without help. In the most advanced phases, it is possible to attain union with God by the geometric visualization of a YANTRA.
The YANTRA is like a microcosmic picture of the of the Whole Universe.The YANTRAS are often focused on a specific deity. By tuning into the different YANTRAS you can tap into certain deities or creative energy centers in the Universe.
When one focuses on a YANTRA, his mind is atomatically "tuned in" by RESONANCE into the specific form the energy of that YANTRA. The process of RESONANCE is then maintained and amplified. The YANTRA acts only as a "tune in"a doorway to the Sublime. The subtle energy does not come from the YANTRA itself, but from the Universe.
the YANTRA on a wall facing North or East, placing the center of the
YANTRA at the level of your eyes.
adopt your normal posture or, if you want, sit on a chair maintaining your spine straight breath in through the nose and out through the mouth, with no force at all, just let the breath flow normally
into the center of the YANTRA,don't look at the particular details of
the YANTRA, just keep your sight right in the center and observe the
whole YANTRA at once.
shoukd be for last at least 15-30 minutes every day; the experience
will be indescribable
In time, after at least seven days of YANTRA meditation you will be able to tap into the same yantric energy even without a YANTRA
and thier use.