Procedures of Yantra Puja
As such, a primary puja called ‘Pran Pratishtha’ of the Yantras is performed for getting a maximum benefit. The steps are as follows:
1. First purify the body and start with a clear and positive mind frame.
2. Find a place on the floor facing east, where one will be undisturbed.
3. Light the incense or Diya.
4. Lay a fresh flower and a fresh fruit on the altar.
5. Open the Yantra and place it along with the image of the deity of yantra.
6. Take the water with any leaf from any tree and sprinkle the water on the body.
7. Followed by sprinkling the water on the Yantra.
8. Close the eyes and concentrate on the deity to bless one with wishes.
9. Now with all sincerity, one asks God to grant the desire of his or her life that one wants to be fulfilled.
10. Now chant the specific Mantra of the Yantra for at least 11 times.
It is obligatory to offer flowers and ‘Namaskar’ with folded hands. Mantras of each yantra are definite to the Yantra and the deity which they symbolise. It is a must to keep yellow rice and yellow mustard near the Yantras.
Yajna in Yantra Puja
Yajna is the concluding portion of the Yantra Puja. Stimulated Yantras are hence endowed to support and alleviate the purpose for which they are meant to be used.
When things are meant to become visible for everyone by the use and worship of Yantras, these sacred objects of several resident Yantric Deities will help accelerate the progress. Yantras can strongly help in removing any hurdles that hinders desires or ambitions from becoming apparent. It is vital to handle Yantras with highest respect and admiration, the contrary of which careless or negative treatment will speedily lessen their Shakti.