Gayatri Yantra & its benefits from Rudraksha Ratna
Sacred texts say "The Gayatri is Brahma, Gayatri is Vishnu, Gayatri is Shiva, the Gayatri is Vedas". Gayatri later came to be personified as a Goddess. She is believed to have five heads and is usually seated within a lotus. The four heads of Gayatri represent the four Vedas and the fifth one represents almighty God. Her yantra is a highly recommended for gaining spiritual power & peace of mind. Gayatri Devi is Maha Devi and the deity of the Gayatri Yantra. The Yantra contains Panchmukhi or Ashat Mukhi. This Yantra can be installed in the home or business premises. With sincere devotion, one cannot be affected by other-worldly souls and spirits and is blessed with health, wealth and happiness. In cases when a home or person is afflicted by discarnate souls and spirits, after puja of the Gayatri Yantra, it can be dipped in water for sprinkling around the home for one week to banish all unwelcome spirits. The afflicted person should consume rice, milk and water during puja days. A ghee lamp should be lit continuously all day and night away from open doors, windows and flammable materials.
You may place in your Puja altar in the North East of your home/office or hang on the wall facing west direction or wrap in a red cloth and carry along with you. You may keep with or with or without frame. Ritual worship is not compulsory and is upto you as per the spiritual discipline you follow. Many have seen its power by meditating on the tip of the yantra. Worship it by gazing at it and saying your prayers. It works by manifesting your prayers through the power of the mantra embedded in it. Keep it in altar for children/ spouse for their studies and progress in career.
- Represents: Goddess Gayatri
- Purpose: for Spiritual Power & Peace of Mind
- Mantra: Om Bhu, Bhuvah, Swah Tat Savitur Verenyam Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi Dhiyo Yor Prachodayat
- Day: Sunday
- Planet: Sun