Since time immemorial, wearing yantras (scared geometry) has been an integral part of the Indian culture. The mystic powers from the Vedas and Upanishads are transferred onto the yantras. Here, incantations and divine symbols are inscribed on a talisman while chanting hymns and doing poojas for satisfying the Gods. These talisman can either be kept in the pooja room or worn on the body. Wearing them should be done only after you abide by all the commandments dictated by an aacharya or pundit. Vastu yantras remove all obstacles from the path of a person’s or property’s life, leading to prosperity. Vishesham, Samanyam – these are the two types of scripture-letter styles used to inscribe a yantra. Onto each yantra, dashangas should be engraved. Jeevan (life), sakthi (power), nethram (eyes), pranan (soul), manugayatri, yantragayatri, srothram, boothabeejam, prana-prathista, dikpaala bheejam – these are the dashangas.
Yantras are prepared on plates of copper, silver or panchalohas. This talisman will hold the power conjured by the incantations and will act as a force field keeping away troubles for the wearer. Chanting hymns at times specified by a pundit will increase the energy of a yantra. Make sure you follow the guidelines given by the pundit, and chant the necessary prayers, before wearing a yantra. Have only good and positive thoughts when you wear an yantra. Thinking of negative things or people you hate, will only bring discord into your life.
There is no doubt regarding the fact that wearing yantras will bring confidence and fortune into your life, and help you overcome problems and will also block negative energy from affecting you. Vastu yantras have very high importance in the world of vastu shastra. Taking special care of these yantras will bring fortune upon fortune to the household.