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Tantrik practices for you

1. Prana Pratistha of Sri Yantra

2. The 15 Nitya Devi Worship

3. Khadgamala of Devi

4. Maha Shodhanyasa

5. Sri Yantra & its Pooja

Tantrik practices for you

Tantra originated from Shiva and Shakti, the two supreme cosmic forces of

creation and dissolution. Tantrik practices give quick results and are highly

effective. However they must be practiced under the guidance of an expert guru. If

not performed properly without expert guidance, quite a few of them can have

negative side effects. The repercussions of provoking and playing with the highest

forces can be devastating at times.

However all tantrik practices are not dangerous. There are several which are quite

safe and can be practiced by the common man to get positive results. We are giving

bellow a few which you can practice with out any fears.

The minimum rules to be observed:

1. Worship only after taking bath and wearing clean clothes.

2. Sit facing the East or North.

3. Sit on an asan of Deer Skin, Silk, Woolen or Cotton. Avoid synthetic material.

4. Light a lamp and offer some prasad - even milk or sugar will do.

5. Ladies must avoid the worship during the menstrual period.

6. Never do the worship with any negative sankalpa (purpose) like harming your

enemies or to bewitch a woman etc.

7. Before you start the worship, offer a prayer to Ganesha, Guru and Saraswati

1. Pranapratistha of Yantra

(Installation of Life in a Shri Yantra)

A yantra must be given life (pranapratishta) before starting its worship. The

following, from Nityotsava, describes the process of infusing life into Shri Vidya.

The rite installs the 35 tattvas into the yantra and gives the yantra the full set of

senses and the Antahkarana, or subtle body. It is said that engraving a Shri Yantra

on gold is said to hold good for life, on silver for seven years. The process also

imbues the yantra with the matrika, the letters of the Sanskrit alphabet which are

the goddess as sound.

The Yantra Gayatri is: Yantrarajaya Vidmahe Mahayantraya Dhimahi Tanno

Yantrah Prachodayat.

Brahmna-Vishnu-Maheshvara are the Rishis of this great mantra installing life into

the Shri Yantra.

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Rg, Yajur, Sam and Atharva are the Metres.

Consciousness is the Devata.

Am is the Bija, Hrim the Shakti, Krom the Kilaka.

The application is installation of life into the Shri Chakra.


Aim Hrim Shrim Am Kam Kham Gam Gham Nam to Earth, Water, Fire, Air and

Aether. - Am to the thumbs Namah.

Im Cham Ccham Jam Jham Nam to Sound, Touch, Sight, Taste, Smell. - Im to the

index fingers Namah.

Um Tam Tham Dam Dham Nam to Hearing, Touch, Eyes, Tongue, Nose. - Um to

the middle fingers Namah.

Um Tam Tham Dam Dham Nam to Speech, Hands, Feet, Genitals, Anus. - Aim to

the ring fingers Namah.

Om Pam Pham Bam Bham Mam to Talking, Giving, Moving, Enjoying, Excreting.

Aum to the little fingers Namah.

Am Yam Ram Lam Vam Sham Sham Sam Ham Lam Ksham to Manas (mind),

Buddhi (intellect), Ahamkara(ego), Thought, Inner Cause. - Ah to the palm and

back of the hands Namah.

Aim Hrim Shrim Om Am Hrim Krom Yam Ram Lam Vam Sham Sham Sam Haun

Ham Sah may Life exist here in the Shri Chakra!

Om Am Hrim Krom Yam Ram Lam Vam Sham Sham Sam Ham Ham Sah my

individual existence be here in the Shri Chakra!

Om Am Hrim Krom Yam Ram Lam Vam Sham Sham Sam Ham Ham Sah may all

the senses be here in the Shri Chakra!

Om Am Hrim Krom Yam Ram Lam Vam Sham Sham Sam Haum Ham Sah, may

Speech, Mind, Eyes, Ears, Tongue, Nose, Breath come inside this Shri Chakra!

May Happiness stay long here! Svaha.

Internal meditations
Yantras may also be visualised internally. That, for example, is the case with the

Shri Yantra, with the different mandalas starting at the base of the spine and going

to the top of the head.

Different rituals exist for the purification of a yantra for the eight materials

mentioned above. This which follows is drawn from the Devirahasya. Shiva is the

Seer, Trishtubh the Metre, Parashakti the Devata, Shrim the Bija, Hrim the Shakti

and Klim the Peg. The application is the purification of the given yantra.

After doing hand and limb nyasa, one should meditate on the throne of the given

Devi as being in one's heart. One should draw, engrave, or paint the yantra, and

place it on a gold colour pedestal, installing breath into it.

It can be smeared with Kunda, Gola or Udbhava flowers or with the eight scents.

The mantra differs for each material:

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3. Khadgamala of Devi

There are many types and levels of worship of the Devi(s) of the Sri Chakra. The

Khadgamala is the simplest way. It is simply reciting the names of all the Devis of

the Sri Chakra. The following is the sequence in which the names should be

recited. It is very good for all round protection and progress. If recited when you

are tired and exhausted, it is an excellent rejuvenator of the body, mind and the


Om Aim Hrim Srim Aim Klim Souh

Om Namah Tripura Sundari, Hridayadevi, Sirodevi, Sikhadevi, Kavaca Devi, Netra

Devi, Astra Devi

Kamesvari, Bhagamalini, Nityaklinne, Bherunde, Vahnivasini, Mahavajresvari,

Sivaduti, Tvarite, Kulasundari, Nitya, Nilapatake, Vijaye, Sarvamangale,

Jvalamalini, Citre, Mahanitye, Paramesvara Paramesvari

Mitresamayi, Sasthisamayi, Uddisamayi, Caryanathamayi, Lopamudramayi,

Agastyamayi, Kalatapanamayi, Dharmacaryamayi, Muktakesisvaramayi,

Dipakalanathamayi, Visnudevamayi, Prabhakara devamayi, Tejodevamayi,

Manojadevamayi, Kalyanadevamayi, Vasudevamayi, Ratnadevamayi, Sri


Anima Siddhe, Laghima Siddhe, Garima Siddhe, Mahima Siddhe, Isitva Siddhe,

Vasitva Siddhe, Prakamya Siddhe, Bhukti Siddhe, Iccha Siddhe, Prapti Siddhe,

Sarvakama Siddhe, Brahmi, Mahesvari, Koumari, Vaisnavi, Varahi, Mahendri,

Camunde, Mahalaksmi, Sarva Samksobhini, Sarva Vidravini, Sarva karsini, Sarva

Vasamkari, Sarvonmadini, Sarva Mahankuse, Sarva Khecari, Sarva Bije, Sarva

Yone, Sarva Trikhande, Trilokya mohana cakra swamini Prakata yogini

Kamakarsini, Buddhyakarsini, Ahamkarakarsini, Sabdhakarsini, Sparsakarsini,

Rupakarsini, Rasakarsini, Gandhakarsini, Cittakarsini, Dharyakarsini,

Smrityikarsini, Namakarsini, Bijakarsini, Atmakarsini, Amrtakarsini, Sarirakarsini,

Sarvasa paripuraka cakra svamini Gupta yogini

Ananga Kusume, Ananga Mekhale, Ananga Madane, Ananga Madananture,

Ananga Redhe, Ananga Vegini, Ananga Kusume, Ananga Malini, Sarva

sanksoghana sadhaka cakra swamini Gupta tara yogini

Sarva Samksobhini, Sarva Vidravini, Sarva Karsini, Sarva Hladini, Sarva

Sammohini, Sarva Stambini, Sarva Jrumbhini, Sarva Vasamkari, Sarva Ranjani,

Sarvonmadini, Sarvarthasadhini, Sarva Sampattipurani, Sarva Mantra Mayi, Sarva

Dvandva Ksayamkari, Sarva Soubhagya Dayaka Cakra Swamini Sampradaya


Sarva Siddhiprade, Sarva Sampatprade, Sarva Priyamkari, Sarva Mangalakarini,

Sarva Kamaprade, Sarva Duhkha Vimocani, Sarva Mrityu Prasamani, Sarva Vigna

Nivarani, Sarvanga Sundari, Sarva Soubhagya Dayini Sarvartha Sadhaka Cakra

Swamini Kulottirna yogini

Sarva Jne, Sarva Sakte, Sarvaisvarya pradayini, Sarva Jnanamayi, Sarva

Vyadhivinasini, Sarvadharasvarupe, Sarva Papa Hare, Sarva Ananda Mayi, Sarva

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