Mahalakshmi is the Goddess of wealth, the provider of good fortune, abundance and prosperity. The word Lakshmi comes from the Sanskrit “lakshya” which means aim or purpose. Therefore, Lakshmi has the symbolism of knowing and understanding one’s goal. Mahalakshmi is the consort and active energy of Lord Vishnu, the Supreme Narayan and is endowed with the six divine strengths. When Lord Vishnu chose to incarnate on earth in the avatars of Rama and Krishna, Lakshmi accompanied him as his consort Sita and Rukmini respectively. In popular representation, Mahalakshmi is seated on a lotus and her four hands denote the four goals of human life – dharma, artha, kama and moksha.Scroll Down to read more
In popular literature, Lakshmi personifies wealth, riches, beauty, happiness, grace, charm and splendour. According to a Hindu legend, when the universe was being created, Lakshmi sprang up from the foaming ocean that was being churned by gods and demons (Samudra Manthan) alongside other treasures. She carried a lotus in her hand and is therefore called Padma Lakshmi.
According to the Saubhagya Lakshmi Upanishad, Mahalakshmi is the divine giver of boons, the bestower of wealth, has a golden form, and is adorned with a garland of gold. She has a golden sheen and dwells within a lotus symbolising purity.
Mahalakshmi Yantra is a sacred geometry symbolising Goddess Lakshmi and it carries her divine vibrations. Sri Lakshmi Yantra is worshipped by people for attracting prosperity and abundance and for fulfilment of material desires.
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Power of Mahalakshmi Yantra
Mahalakshmi Yantra is the most auspicious yantra for gaining the unceasing blessings of Goddess Lakshmi. This Yantra is capable of bestowing good fortune and wealth on the worshipper. Goddess Mahalakshmi is seated on a lotus flower that is in full bloom in the midst of muddy water. She signifies the extreme purity one needs to attain in this world to remain untouched by their environment and stay focussed on their goal.
Mahalakshmi Yantra can be placed in the cash box, safe deposit box, bank vault, cupboard, purse or even in the temple in your house. The Yantra is most effective when worshipped every morning with full faith in the blessings of the Goddess. After all, Sri Lakshmi Yantra is believed to be the most powerful yantra for money and fulfilment of material desires. It is believed that this Yantra gives success and wealth if it is worshipped every day and energised with mantra chanting.
Mahalakshmi Yantra Benefits
Mere daily darshan (viewing) of the divine Mahalakshmi Yantra with a pure heart will bring a person good fortune. Lakshmi Yantra benefits include increase in avenues of income, fame, new opportunities in business as well as growth and prosperity for the worshipper. Chanting the beej mantra for Mahalakshmi (Om Hreem Shreem Lakshmibhayo Namah) 108 times on a rosary is another way of activating the vibrations of the Goddess. Any material desire will be granted if the Mantra of the Goddess is recited and the worshipper will have abundant resources and comforts in life.
How to perform Mahalakshmi Yantra Puja:
You must first purify yourself by taking a bath, and then start with a pure and positive frame of mind. Place the Yantra facing East. Light incense and an oil lamp Take holy water or gangajal on a leaf and sprinkle it on yourself and then sprinkle some more on the Yantra. Wipe Yantra with a soft clean cloth Make a flower and fruit offering to the Yantra Focussing on the centre of the Yantra, chant the following Mahalakshmi mantra:Om Shreem Hreem Shreem Kamale Kamalalaye Praseed PraseedOm Shreem Hreem Shreem Mahalakshmaye NamahWith a pure and sincere heart, pray to the Goddess and tell her your wish
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