The Sri Yantra is a powerful symbol that dates back to over 12,000 years ago, originating in ancient India. Its name translates to “sacred instrument.” It’s intriguing to note that the series of complex and interlocking triangles in the Sri Yantra are a perfect ratio of Pi, the divine number.
The Sri Yantra is said to be intellectually constructed by an ancient sage after a deeply profound meditation, (or by higher intelligence), to represent the primordial sound, Aum. Some say that when you chant the mantra Aum with harmonics at Schumann resonance, then the Sri Yantra can form on water!
So… is that what caused it to form over a dry lake bed in Oregon in the ‘90’s?
Maybe, but its power in nature may also be correlated with its mathematical precision and fractal pattern, such as the ever-present fibonacci sequence, (which is present in pine cones, leaves and even snails).
But this symbol is more than just numbers.
This symbol of meditation and concentration has been revered for thousands of years by both scientists and spiritualists alike. Because as you will soon realize – and as countless studies have shown – there are certain characteristics within the Sri Yantra that make it an incredibly potent tool for connecting to your highest Self. Especially when combined with meditation.
4 Fascinating Facts About The Sri Yantra And Its Reality-Bending Powers
1. An EEG study by Russian scientist Alexy Pavlovich Kulaichev at Moscow University in 1987 , found that the Sri Yantra can induce a meditative or hypnotized state of mind – just by looking at it.
2. In his paper Art as Technology, award-winning artist Bill Witherspoon offers a detailed account of how drawing the Sri Yantra symbol in an Oregon crop field increased its yield, soil fertility and plant nutrients.
3. In 1997, an Indian researcher by the name of RKS Muthukrishnan used fractal mathematics to deduce that the Egyptian Pyramids were engineered with the exact same angular measurements as the Sri Yantra.
4. Renowned American physicist Dr. Patrick Flanagan calls the Sri Yantra “the king of power diagrams”, and describes its energetic effect as seventy times greater than that of a pyramid construction.
The 9 levels of the Sri Yantra’s dimensional structure are said to be immense sources of abundance and knowledge. Some ancient cultures call them *portals to success. Through meditation, the Sri Yantra is said to bring you the positive results you desire to attract in life.
It’s basically an instrument for supercharging the Law of Attraction.
Here’s A Closer Look At Each Of The Sri Yantra’s Levels:
Level 1: Called The Earth Square. Related to the first chakra located at the base of the spine. Represents grounding and security in your life and is connected to success, to bring you more vitality, courage and self confidence.
Level 2: This level corresponds to the 16 petals of the Sri Yantra and is related to the second chakra found in the middle of the pelvis. These petals represent the different types of energies and powers in which your soul understands, interacts, and explores the outside world. The second chakra represents sexual energy in terms of creation for what you truly desire.
Level 3: The 8 lotus petals of the Sri Yantra. Coined with the third chakra found behind your navel. This level represents your personal power and self confidence and the chakra is also called solar plexus, evoking a feeling of power in your core which houses intuition.
Level 4: This level is represented by 14 triangles and is connected to your heart since the fourth chakra represents unconditional love. It’s about love making your desires reality by attracting what you need.
Level 5: Represented by the 10 triangles. The fifth chakra located at the base of the neck here correlates with communication, self expression, and truthfulness. Aren’t all of these essential in success?
Level 6: The 10 inner triangles of the Sri Yantra holds the talu chakra – a lesser known chakra located at the medulla oblongata, at the base of your brain. This level is about projection and protection.
Level 7: These 8 triangles correlate to the sixth chakra located in the center of the forehead, (your pineal gland), and called the third eye. It allows you to connect to your power of perception and clairvoyance.
Level 8: Level 8 is represented by the primary inverted triangle. The seventh chakra located at the center of the crown of your head is found here. This level represents your divinity, spiritual being, and portal to the cosmos.
Level 9: The last level, is the dot in the center of the Sri Yantra, called the Bindu and relates to the outer chakras of the body, to the universe.
The question is, how do you APPLY this framework in your life?
A few years ago, I started Project:Yourself: an online movement committed to awakening mankind’s highest potential through instruments like the Sri Yantra.
It harmonizes this ancient symbol with the Law of Attraction, sacred geometry, lucid dreaming, quantum mechanics, sexual transmutation, meditation and so many other modalities to create a truly *reality-bending experience.
Over 70,000 ‘Projectors’ follow these discoveries in the world of human potential using the Sri Yantra as a ‘roadmap’ towards awakening their dormant creation powers to help *elevate their brainwaves.