It is important for a Yantra to be energized as it has to be brought "to life" through the specifically prescribed ritual so that it can radiate its beneficence optimally. An un-energized Yantra can be compared to a very complex music system that has been plugged in but not tuned or turned on and the aspirant has no idea which button will activate it. Trial and error over a period of time will cause the music system to function with erratic and irregular efficiency until one finally manages to figure it out, if at all.
Energized Yantras are immediately "tuned and turned on" so to speak. A Yantra will function even if not energized but it will take years, even decades, before it absorbs enough energy (from normal prayers and worship) to function as it should. The ritual of energizing Yantras prevents all this delay and uncertainty while ensuring efficient peak functions from the moment of purchase. It pays to remember that Yantras find their own homes; the intended worshipper does not find it just because he or she buys it.
The following procedure is followed by Rudra Centre: 01.
Sit on an asan facing east and keep yantra on a plate in front of you.02.
Place spoonfull of water on head, repeat:Apavitrah Pavitro Va Sarva Vastan Gatopi Va Yah Smaret Pundari Kaksham Sa Bahya Bhyantarah ShuchihTranslation:
May all things unholy become holy,may all lower tendencies depart, just as soon as we transcend may within and without be purified!Om Sri Gurubhyo Namaha
(I bow to guru) Om Sri Ganeshaya Namaha
(I bow Om Sri Ganeshaya Namaha (I bow to Ganesha)Om Sri Kula Devatabhyo Namaha
(I bow to the family deity)Om Sri Ishta Devatabhyo Namaha
(I bow to my personal deity)Om Sri Mata Pitribhyam Namaha
(I bow to my parents)03.
Sip water after each mantra:Om Sri Keshavaya SwahaOm Sri Narayana SwahaOm Sri Madhavaya Swaha04.
Pour one spoon of water on ground:Om Sri Govindaya Namaha05.
Repeat and touch each after each next mantra, right eye, left eye, forehead:Om Apo JyothiRaso AmtritamBrahma Bhu Bhuvaha Swarom 06.
Then chant the pranpratishtha mantra while offering yellow rice to the Yantra Om Um Kum Chum Dhum Tum pum yum sum soham Pranaha Eha Gacha Eha Tishtha Sum Yum Pum Tum Tum Chum Kum Um OmOm Um Kum Chum Dhum Tum pum yum sum soham Prana Eha Susthisha Bhavatu Sum Yum Pum Tum Tum Chum Kum Um OmOm Um Kum Chum Dhum Tum pum yum sum soham Prana Manasyachakshu Jibhyam Ghrani Pani Pachusthan Daso Indriyani Susthisha Bhavantu Sum Yum Pum Tum Tum Chum Kum Um Om07.
Flowers be offered while reciting "Devaye Namah Avahanam Samarpayami" 08.
Flowers be offered for Assan while reciting "Devaye Namah Aasanam Samarpayami" 09.
Water be offered to wash to the feet of lord while speaking "Devaye Paydam Samarpayami" 10.
Bath be offered to Deva while reciting "Devaye Snanam Samarpyami" 11.
Panch amrit bath offered with mantra "Devaye Panchaamrit Snanam Samarpyami" 12.
For clothes upvastar and Yajyo Paveet,recite the mantras "Devaye Vastram Samarpyami", "Devaye Upvastram Samarpyami", "Devaye Yaghopavitam Samarpyami"13.
Ghand/Scent be applied while reciting "Devaye Gandham Samarpyami"14.
Unbroken rice be offered while reciting "Devaye Akshtan Samarpyami" 15.
Flowers and garland be offered "Devaye Pushyani Samarpyami"16.
Dhoop be lighted and offered with mantra "Devaye Dhoopam Samarpyami" 17.
Deep be lit and offered with mantra "Devaye Deepam Samarpyami" 18.
Fruits and coconut and lemon be offered while reciting "Devaye Navdam falamcha Samarpyami" 19.
Pan, Supari, Clove be offered with mantra "Devaye Tambulam Samarpyami" 20.
Then offer Pradikshina with mantra "Devaye Pradkshinaya Samarpyami"
and walk around the Yantra three times while chanting "Yani Kan cha papani janmantarkirtani cha Tani sarvani Nashyantu Pradakshin Pade Pade"21.
In the end offer flowers and Namaskar with folded hands and chant a rosary of the beeja mantra of the Yantra . . Beeja mantras of each yantra are specific to the Yantra and the Deity which they represent.
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