Lakshmi Altar - Sacred Geometry Maha Laxmi Yantra, Hand Knotted Rudraksha Quartz Crystal Necklace, Meru YAntra on Tortoise
Devi Lakshmi represents the wealth, prosperity and good luck. With the help of Lakshmi Kuber Yantra you will get the blessings of Lord Kuber and Goddess Lakshmi. This Yantra is the source of attaining all worldly desires and fulfilling all your wishes by inner cosmic power.
Clear Quartz also amplifies whatever energy or intent is programmed into it, and continues to broadcast that energy throughout the world and into the etheric realms. This may accelerate the fulfillment of one's prayers, intensify healing or spiritual growth, or simply allow the crystal to hold a pattern of energy long enough and strongly enough for the manifestation of a goal to occur.
The name, Sri Yantra, which means mounted at the back of tortoise upwards is significant because in Hindu mythology, it is believed that the tortoise lifted the weight of the earth on its back. The tortoise is particularly relevant as it is a very powerful, protected being that can live in either water or land. It is also non-violent and Nature has provided it with a strong cover or jacket to protect it from danger. Shree Yantra designed over the back of Kurm or tortoise has eight petals as in the case of the original Shree Yantra where the flower Lotus or Kamal has eight groups with sixty four Lotus dal.
This beautiful prayer beads can be worn as a necklace, wrapped around the wrist as a bracelet, or it can be used for chanting one's mantra. The beads are hand knotted and are hand strung on a blue cord
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