Goddess Tara: The symbol of compassion, peace and communication
Goddess Tara holds the second significant position among all the ten, Dus Mahavidyas(wisdom Goddess). The word Tara means ‘star’ and it symbolizes light. Thus, Goddess Tara as ‘light’ is known to guide, carry over, overcome and conquer hurdles for acquiring knowledge, attain powerful speech and acquire the qualities of learning. Goddess Tara is known to offer ultimate knowledge and salvation. She is also known as Neel Saraswati. Her weapons are Khadga, Sword and pair of scissor. Goddess Tara is one of the oldest deities Who is worshipped in modern times as well. Also known as the Mother creator, Goddess Tara represents the eternal life force that fuels all our lives. Even Great Yogis like Vashishtth, Vishwamitra, Ravan, Gorakhnath are known to worship her.
According to the ancient scriptures, Goddess Tara is associated with the Samudra Manthan (churning of the ocean). After consuming the dangerous poison Halahala, Lord Shiva became unconscious in order to bring Him back to conscious state, Goddess Tara appeared in the form of mother and fed milk to Lord Shiva and He gained consciousness. Hence, Lord Shiva and Goddess Tara came to be known as 'Neelakantha' and 'Neela Saraswati' respectively. It is said that due to the blessings of Goddess Tara, Lord Kuber became the Lord of Wealth. Because of her compassionate, loving and caring nature, the tantric sadhaks offer Prayers to Her as She blesses Her devotees with unlimited knowledge, eloquence and excellence communication skills. Just by keeping a Tara Yantra in the house, a person can get miraculous results and attain wealth & prosperity in life.
Tara Yantra can be worshipped for getting protection, speaking power and also getting auspicious results of planet Jupiter if the same is adversely placed in a person's horoscope.
In order to gain knowledge, excellent communication skills and eloquence in your life you can worship the Tara Yantra and install it in your homes and offices or even wear it as an ornament or talisman. The Tara Yantra is a sacred instrument that consists of a figure or symbol characterized by simple geometric forms arranged in a symmetric design that resonates with the powers and positive frequencies of Goddess Tara. This mystical religion based diagram has the power to attract the principles of Mother Goddess and carries the signification of Her mantra. This powerful Yantra resonates with the positive energies of Goddess Tara and blesses the worshipper with prosperity, wisdom and great communication skills.
Tara Yantra: An object of Meditation
This Yantra can also be used for meditating over Goddess Tara. This will help you become more focused and mentally stable. It will also aid in attaining union with Goddess through geometric visualization. This Yantra is the window through which you can align with divine energy. Through resonance it connects you to the energy present in the macrocosm.
How Do Yantra work?
The powers of a Yantra thrive on the reverberation of cosmic energies. When you focus at the centre of a Yantra, your mind is pitched into the creative force of the Yantra through which the energy flows.
It is very important to place the Yantra in the appropriate direction for getting optimum results. Yantra energizes the location where it is installed. You may place it near the entrance of your home/office/shop or in your living room or reception or study room or office cabin. You may keep it on a table or use as a wall hanging. Yantra is best placed in the East direction facing West. It gets energised by the rising rays of the Sun and with the divine vibrations of the East corner and provides positive transformation energies to the dwelling through its mystical geometry.
Yantra are the ultimate answer for establishing a vibration of large amplitude or resonance with the benefic energies of the cosmos. Thus the vibrations generated get us in contact with highly elevated energies and entities which help us attain spiritual course of conduct in our daily lives and enhance the spirituality within.
When you look at the Tara Yantra, you will notice certain symbols that are engraved or printed on it. These symbols include Padma (divine lotus), Chakra (circle) and Trikona (Triangle). The Padma (lotus petals) symbol according to all the Vedic scriptures as well as the scriptures of other faiths is considered to be a divine emblem of purity that resides in the chakras. A lotus in Yantra represents the unconditional force of the Supreme Absolute Truth. The lotus serves as a divine seat for Devas (Gods). It also represents detachment. It grows in the mud but never touches even a tinge of mud, representing detachment to the external forces (material world) and maintaining the original nature which is pure and divine. The Chakra denotes rotation which is central to the functioning of the macrocosmic progression. At the same time, the circle signifies perfection and the peaceful creative void of the Vishudha chakra. In the series of the five fundamental elements, it represents the Air Element. Finally, the Trikona is the emblem of Shakti, the absolute female energy of the Divine. It completes the creation or manifestation of both, material as well as spiritual worlds. The triangle pointing down characterizes the Yoni which is the source of all creations. Pointing upwards signifies forceful spiritual desire, the transferal of one’s nature into the subtler sphere and the Fire Element because Agni always burns upwards. A triangle pointing downwards represents the Water Element for water flows down. Fire Element represents Shiva and Water Element represents Shakti Scroll Down to read more
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Yantra Worship Guidelines
- Purify your body and start with a clear and positive mind frame.
- Light an incense or diya and offer fruits and flowers.
- Place Yantra along with the image of the deity of Yantra and your ‘Ishta’ God.
- Take some water mixed with Ganga water with a leaf from any tree and sprinkle the water on yourself and followed by sprinkling the water on the Yantra.
- Surrender yourself completely in devotion to God and chant 21 times the mantra given below.
- 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 gods of nine planets for whatever you wish.
- You may place it in East direction facing West or in your Puja altar in the East or wrap in a red cloth and carry it along with you
- You may keep it with or without frame
- Ritual 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: Goddess Tara
- Purpose: For Wealth and Prosperity in Life
- Mantra: Hreem Shreem Hoom Phat, Om Hreem Shreem Hoom Phat,Shreem Hreem Shreem Hoom Phat