An aspect of Lakshmi, Kamala reflects love, beauty, bliss, the unfolding of ones divine nature through our inner
perception. Kamala represents the divine spark in everything.
Durga reflects Inner strength, fire, compassion, and creative activity. As an underlying power of the divine, Durga
represents the cosmic rhythms.
Inspired by a Tibetan yantra, described as the "image of the deity who embodies the balance of cosmic forces
maintained by the primordial centre."
Inspired by a Tibetan yantra, included in the petals are the symbols of the psychic centers of the subtle body.
Bagala-mukhi reflects stillness.
Saraswati represents aesthetic values such as knowledge and learning, intellect and the power of memory.
Saraswati reflects universal qualities such as beauty, grace, sweet speech, creative sound, poetry, music, culture.
The Shri Yantra is considered to be the most ancient yantra, and the most complex.
Shri Yantra encompasses one's journey from the material level to the most sublime consciousness. Shri yantra's
journey moves us through the physical, the full range of emotions, worldly desire, senses, ego to the transcendental.
Deeply connected with the lotus, Lakshmi reflects wealth, abundance, fulfillment, prosperity, light, wisdom, fortune,
fertility, generosity. Lakshmi represents the splendor and glory of our inner spirit (Atman).
Primal being. Shiva manifests into 5 elements - earth, water, fire, air space.
Yantras have at their source the
unboundedness of consicousness,
the geometry creates a framework
through which unboundedness
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