Bhuvaneshwari Yantra / Bhuvaneshwari yantra Bnefits form Rudraksha Ratna
The name of the Mahavidya itself means the ruler of the world and a Sadhak of Bhuvaneshwari is always victorious on all fronts in life and becomes all-powerful. Even Ram had to propitiate the Goddess before defeating Ravan who had conquered even heaven.
A Sadhak of Bhuvaneshwari gains a mesmerising personality that draws all people to him and makes them readily obey his command. Diseases, enemies and problems are forever banished from his life and he has unexpected and huge monetary gains. Such a person conquers all problems in life - even the danger of untimely death. He leads a joyous family life and gains fame and respect nation and world wide. Whatever he wishes for is fulfilled, for he is bestowed with 64 divine virtues which help him succeed in every venture that he undertakes. He becomes a virtual Man of his Age. This Sadhana can be started on first day of any month.
After 10 p.m. take a bath and wear a white dhoti/saree.
Sit on a white worship mat facing East. Cover a wooden seat with a red cloth.
On it place the picture of the Guru. Pray to the Guru. Before the picture place the Bhuvaneshwari Yantra.
Offer vermilion, rice grains, incense, ghee lamp and flowers on the Yantra.
Take water in your right palm and chant.
Om Asya Shree Bhuvaneshwaree Hriday Stotrasya Shree Shaktih Rishih. Gaayatri Chhandah. Bhuvaneshwaree Devataa. Ham Beejam. Eem Shaktih Ram Keelakam, Sakal Manovaanchhit Siddhayarth Paatthe Viniyogah.
Let the water flow onto the ground. Next chant the following verses for consecration of your body.
Take a coral bead in your right hand and speak out the wish which you would want to see fulfilled. Chanting thus offer it on the Yantra. Udhyad-dindhyuti Mindu Kireetaantudag Kuchaannyanatray-yuktaaam. Smer-mukheem Vardaankush Paashaambheeti Karaam-prabhuje Bhuvanesheem.
Offer vermilion on the Bhuvaneshwari Mala. Pick it up and chant 101 rounds of the following Mantra. "Om Hreem Om"
Do this for 9 continuous days. After that throw the Sadhana articles in a river.