Unique Sri yantra shirt by Lakesh © Made with a sunset background, inspired by nature and sacred geometry.
The Sri yantra shirt by Lakesh is made of a thicker, heavier cotton, but it’s still soft and comfy .
Premium HD print made with water based and eco-friendly ink. This makes the t-shirt feel much softer than traditional screen printed shirts, but just as durable. And the double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite!
Meaning of the Sri Yantra tank top by Lakesh:
Sri Yantra (also known as Shri Yantra) is a word that comes from the prefix Yan. It is a geometric representation which shows complex of energy levels that the cosmos has. Represents the microscosmic replica of the macrocosmos .
What is the meaning of the Sri Yantra?
The meaning of “Yantra” means conceiving. We can also say that Yantra literally means as a device, mechanism, tool or instrument.
How did it appear?
According to some sacred texts of ancient India, called the Puranas the symbol appeard thousands of years ago in the Himalayan caves.
Sri Yantra and its history
This Sri Yantra can be fully internalized at the highest levels in the tantric ritual. It is through the mental construction of a type of geometric model and also by visualization. When this is constructed mentally, the yogi is responsible for dissolving it gradually.
The yantras creation is from the inside to outside or it can be the opposite from outside to inside. Everything is dependent on the geometric figure that the yogi is thinking. The yogi can only identify completely with the figure he has chosen until he reaches a point where he does not differentiate if the yantra is inside or rather he is the one who is entering the Yantra.
All those practitioners of this yoga exercises affirm that, the practitioner can reach pure consciousness. That is, that consciousness that is far beyond the distinction. between the subject and the object
Sri yantra geometry
The nine juxtaposed triangles and give rise to forty-three small triangles that compose the Sri Yantra . When the first nine triangles are oriented upwards, they mean the masculine cosmic energy known as Shiva; the other five triangles that face down manage to represent the feminine force called Shakti.
These triangles surround a lotus with eight petals represent a god of Hindu mythology called Vishnu. The lotus of sixteen petals represent the power of the yogi on the mind and on the senses. By enclosing this lotus, four concentric lines symbolically with the two lotuses.
The triple line found in this Sri Yantra and surrounding them manages to designate the analogy between the entire universe and in the human body. It is the supreme yantra, that transcends all others.
The triangles compose eight and sixteen petals. They represent the lotus of creation and also the vital reproductive force. The entire configuration frame represent a temple with four doors open to the regions of the universe.
The dot in the center isthe “Bindu”, represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world.
Composition of the Sri yantra shirt by Lakesh ©
– 100% ring-spun cotton
– Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
– Quarter-turned to avoid crease down the center
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