The Sri Yantra, om, and Hindu Goddess Lakshmi go hand in hand
The Sri Yantra is the visual expression of the sound of om. This pattern is seen by monks chanting the om. It has also been recorded electronically as a pattern which emerges during the sound of om.
The sri yantra ('great object') belongs to a class of devices used in meditation, mainly by those belonging to the Hindu tantric tradition. The diagram consists of nine interwoven isosceles triangles four point upwards, representing Shakti, the primordial female essence of dynamic energy, and five point downwards, representing Siva, the primordial male essence of static wisdom. (George Joseph)
Om mantra spoken into an electronic transmitter (by Ajit Mookerjee)
Sri Yantra, by Jonathan Quintin (www.sacredgeometry.com)
As used on the front cover of THE WAY OF WONDER: a return to the mystery of ourselves
The Sri Yantra, or Yantra of Creation, has been known in the Hindu and Buddhist traditions and since the Vedic times as the most powerful and mystically beautiful of all yantras (geometric mandalas). It represents the timeless creative principle of the universe, and the continuous unfoldment of all realms of creation from the central source. (www.cosmiclight.com/sriyantraChristianReligion.htm)
'Sri' is a name for the Hindu Goddess Lakshmi,
and is therefore a direct expression of Lakshmi's divine being.
Lakshmi not only bestows wealth and all sorts of material prosperity, but also imparts divine wisdom to all Her devotees. She is "Vidya Shakti" and She is the one who introduces Her devotees to Her Lord for their salvation. She is the power of "Lord Narayana" who is also known as Lord Vishnu or Lord Hari. Narayana is God's aspect of preservation. Lakshmi is His causal body. She Herself as Vidya-Lakshmi enlightens the spiritual aspirant.
Cosmic Rose Sri Yantra, by Jack Haas
This sri yantra includes personal additions which are not components of a traditional Sri Yantra.
It can be found in OM, baby! a pilgrimage to the eternal self, by Jack Haas
Alternative Christian Religion: the Cosmic Christ pages at Spirit and Flesh. Christ came to unify all beings through love.
In the union of spirit and flesh, through love, a profound, eternal oneness awakens in, and of, and as, the Kingdom of Christ
on earth. Amen.
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