Swastik Yantra / Swastik Yantra benefits
Swastik, in general, is believed to be an amalgam of the words Su and Asati. Su means 'good' and Asati meant 'to exist'. As per Sanskrit grammar rules, the words Su and Asati when amalgamated into one word become Swasti (as in the case of Su and Aaatam becoming Swagatam meaning welcome). Thus, the literal meaning of the term Swastika would be 'let goodness-prevail'.
Swastik is the sign of lord Ganesha, having mystic pyramids embossed on it. This is an auspicious item to keep in the home to prevent it from evil eyes. It not only brings positive energy but also brings good luck to the person as well as removes all obstacles in all of their undertakings. From time immemorial the symbol of Ganesha, Swastik has been used as an auspicious object.
You may place it in your Puja altar in the North East corner of your home/office or hang on the wall facing west direction or wrap in a red cloth and carry it along with you. You may install it with or without a frame. Ritualistic worship is not compulsory and is up to 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.
- Represents: God Ganesha
- Purpose: to prevent home from evil eyes.
- Mantra: Om Lakeen|