Goddess Laxmi has always been worshipped by devotees for she is the divine consort of Lord Vishnu at whose feet She remains surrendered. She represents fortune, auspiciousness and wealth.
In the Saubhagya Lakshmi Upanishad, Goddess Laxmi is regarded as the divine giver of boons, the consort of Vishnu, the donor of wealth, of golden form, is adorned with a garland of gold, and a chaplet of silver. She possesses the sheen of gold, is in a fortress of gold, and dwells in the lotus.
In various incarnations:
In the great epic Mahabharata, she on the order of Lord Vishnu personified wealth, riches, beauty, happiness, loveliness, grace, charm and splendour. Whenever Lord Vishnu descended on the Earth in various incarnations such as Rama and Krishna, Goddless Lakshmi too incarnation with Him like Sita, Rama’s wife and Radha, Lord Krishna’s Divine consort. Even Rukmini and Satyabama are taken as the forms of Laxmi
Mahalakshmi Yantra is the auspicious yantra for attaining causeless mercy of Goddess Laxmi. This Yantra is capable of attracting wealth and prosperity into life. Devi Mahalakshmi is seated on blossomed lotus flower. Mahalakshmi Yantra may be placed in cash box, cupboard, purse or in temple of your house after installing Her deity (pran pratishta). Mahalakshmi Yantra must be worshipped with confidence and faith. It is believed that Yantra brings success and wealth through regular puja and mantra chanting.
It is believed that mere "Darshan" (sight) of this unique Mahalakshmi Yantra in the morning blesses the person with wealth. It bestows wealth, prosperity and good fortune on the worshipper. All desires are fulfilled by uttering the Mantra of this Goddess, and the worshipper falls short of financial resources and and material comforts.
First, purify your body and start with a clear and positive mind frame
Find a place on the floor facing east, where you will be undisturbed.
Light the incense or an oil lamp. (It does not matter how many you light).
Lay a fresh flower and a fresh fruit on the altar.
Open the Yantra and place it along with the image of the deity of Yantra and your Iisht God.
Take the water with a leaf from any tree and sprinkle the water on yourself, followed by sprinkling the water on the Yantra.
Close your eyes and concentrate on the deity to bless you with wishes. Now with all sincerity, ask the Goddesss for whatever you wish.