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Shri Chakra Puja       (Goddess Of Bhakti)

Shri Chakra Puja (Goddess Of Bhakti)

Shri Chakra Puja (Goddess Of Bhakti)

According to Vedic Spirituality practices, one has many paths to choose originated from three main divisions – Tantra (not Tantric sex), Mantra, and Yantra. They all can be interrelated and one can certainly perform all three divisions simultaneously to achieve bliss, clairvoyance and liberation.

In Mantra (study of cosmic science), one chants mantras to invoke Kundalini Shakti to uplift spirituality. In Tantra (application of cosmic science), one has to get Diksha (initiation) for a particular deity and perform rigorous worship through their faith and dedication. In Yantra (application of cosmic science), one performs systematic ritualistic worship (puja) of an holy instrument embedded with Divine energy to gain infinite momentum towards spirituality to gain health, wealth and Divine love.

Our body is not only a bio-chemical entity. It is a product of Biochemical and Electromagnetic energy fields, wrapped by protective and life sustaining Bio-Energy exchanges with the Cosmos.

Shri Chakra Puja or Yantra Puja is the worship of the Divine Energy in a diagrammatic form with 9 triangles arranged in a specific geometric pattern. It is merely to be performed on Shri Yantra to receive its benefits. This type of worship exists in a lot of the other parts of the world also. It has been widely popular as the symbols or geometric figures. These symbols are regarded as devices that can be used to balance the mind and also helps in focusing on the spiritual concepts. There are several layers of the Puja process which have to be mastered and passed through before starting the next one. One has to learn the detailed Puja Vidhi (worship process) to perform Shri Chakra Puja from a realized master to be able to enjoy all benefits.

In Tri Vidhya tradition, the worship of Shri Chakra puja is mainly focused on all ten manifestations of Shakti, Das-Mahavihdyas, along with Tri Shakti deities.