Among the ten mahavidyas, Bhuvaneswari holds the fourth position. In Sanskrit, Bhuvaneshwari means the goddess of the universe and Goddess Bhuvaneshwari rules over the entire universe. She controls and influences the situations as per her wish.
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.
A devotee of Bhuvaneshwari gains a mesmerizing personality. Worshipping the Goddess and the yantra keeps all the problems away and the devotee is protected from diseases, enemies, and problems. The devotee is blessed with unexpected and huge monetary gains.
Such a person conquers all problems in life even the danger of untimely death. The worshipper of this Yantra gains fame and respect. All the wishes of the one who worships this Yantra are fulfilled. Goddess Bhuvaneshwari bestows the worshipper with 64 divine virtues which help him/her succeed in every venture.
Benifits of Bhuvaneshwari Yantra
- The worshipper of Bhuvaneshwari is always victorious on all fronts in life and becomes all-powerful and gains a mesmerizing personality.
- Worshipping the Goddess and the Yantra keeps all the problems away and the devotee is protected from diseases, enemies, and problems. The sadhaka is blessed with unexpected and huge monetary gains.
- Such a person conquers all problems in life even the danger of untimely death. The worshipper of this Yantra gains fame and respect. All the wishes of the one who worships this Yantra are fulfilled. Goddess Bhuvaneshwari bestows the worshipper with 64 divine virtues which help him/her succeed in every venture. You can install this yantra in your house, office or even wear it as an ornament.
- The Bhuvaneshwari 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 Bhuvaneshwari.
- This mystical religion based diagram has the power to attract the principles of Goddess Bhuvaneshwari and carries the signification of a mantra or process. This powerful Yantra resonates with the positive energies of the Goddess and blesses the worshipper with courage, confidence, mental and physical strength.
Bhuvaneshwari Yantra and Meditation
Bhuvaneshwari Yantra can also be used for meditating over Goddess Bhuvaneshwari. This will help in making you more focused and mentally stable. It will also aid in attaining union with God 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. The powers of a Yantra thrive on the reverberation of cosmic energies. When you focus at the center of a Yantra, your mind is pitched into the creative force of the yantra through which the energy flows.
One must always pay attention while installing the Yantra, as it is very important to place the Yantra in the appropriate direction. 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 energized 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. The vibrations of the Yantra will create an aura of positive energy around you. Yantra is 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 & entities which help us attain spiritual course of conduct in our daily lives & enhance the spirituality within.
When you look at the Bhuvaneshwari Yantra, you will notice certain symbols that are engraved or printed on it. These symbols include symbols like the Shakta (hexagon or star shape) and Padma (lotus petals). The Shatkona is an archetypal amalgamation of two triangles structured in all the Yantra. It characteristically signifies the divine unification of Shiva (Male energy) and Shakti (Female energy) which is the cause of all creation.
The Padma according to all the Vedic scriptures as well as the scriptures of other faiths considers lotus to be the 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.