Tripura Bhairavi Yantra Pendant
Pandit NM Shrimali explains, Tripura Bhairavi is the fifth great Cosmic energy in the Hindu mythology. She is considered as the destroyer of the veil and the impure. She is believed to save her devotees from all the sufferings and the negative effects of the negative karmas. Tripura Bhairavi represents the divine power of the Gods to create, sustain and destroy the impure and the evil.
Brahma Vishnu Mahesh signifies a single function but Tripura Bhairavi represents all the functions of the God at the same time.
Pandit Ji says the actions of Tripura Bhairavi are perceived by many people as terrible and a scaring aspect because they cause the destruction of all the limitations, and illusions related to our individual existence. Though the terrible force of Tripura Bhairavi is difficult to be born by many persons, still her actions are very necessary for living beings or the existence and protection from harmful effects and for guiding us on the spiritual path.
The representation of the destructive action of Tripura Bhairavi symbolizes the anger of a woman and the concrete actions of a mother in defending her children from the threats and dangers. Goddess Tripura Bhairavi symbolizes the supreme power of speech whose deep nature is fire according to the Hindu tradition of tantrism. She represents the pure and supreme divine energy.
I some Tantric texts, Tripura Bhairavi is analogous to a sword that can cut through any negativity and evil. She is both the transcendent divine light and a strong power of radiating fire.
Tripura Bhairavi is also known as Durga, the Goddess who saves her devotees from the negative situations and dangers. Goddess Durga rides a lion. She possesses a ferocious attitude and holds her weapons with all perfection to destroy all the enemies and evil forces and curb the negative forces.
Shrimali Ji says Maa Durga helps a devotee to overcome all negativities, problems, obstacles, sadness, tensions, and sufferings. There is also a close connection between Tripura Bhairavi and Tara because they both represent the logos under its different aspects. Tripura Bhairavi indicates paravak or the supreme, non-manifested logos, and Tara represents the Pashyanti vak, or the logo associated with enlightening.
The ferocious form of the goddess is represented in human beings mostly as following the transforming warmth and passion, known as the Tapa. Tapas means the strongest aspiration that consumes and burns away the worldly attachments, illusions and secondary desires of the devotees. Our mind focuses and is attracted more towards the matters which are of our interest. Tapas represent the interest in the spiritual life where we all are detached from the worldly matters, which results in the lack all other desires in our life.
According to Pandit Ji, the divinity Tripura Bhairavi is also known as the “warrior woman”, who, with the influence of her powers represented as divinely inspired speech and extraordinary force of the subtle fire leads to an immense purification in the devotee’s heart. She removes all the obstacles coming into the path of simulation and elevation of the consciousness of the devotee.
Similar to Tripura Sundari, the divinity Tripura Bhairavi, is believed to be existing and governing over the three worlds of creation. Tripura Sundari represents the beauty of the three worlds and Tripura Bhairavi represents its ferocious aspect. This clears the fact that actually the beauty and ferocity are mere sides of the divinity.
Tripura Bhairavi is considered to be giving us energy more powerfully than the thousand suns. She possesses three eyes and wears a garland made up of precious stones.
Goddess Tripura Bhairavi is considered to be blessing the devotee with child and removes the negativity from the life of the devotee which causes pain and stress in his life. Goddess Tripura Bhairavi also blesses the devotee with knowledge, wisdom, learning and influencing speech. The devotee who performs sadhana of Goddess Tripura Bhairavi is blessed by all Ashta Siddhis, which helps him progress spiritually and gets the physical energy to master all the supernatural practices.
The devotees who establish a Tripura Bhairavi Yantra and worship it regularly and systematically with full devotion and absolute faith are blessed with safety and happiness. Such people are blessed with intelligence and influential speech. Goddess Tripura Bhairavi always keeps a watch on her devotees and help her throughout the journey of their life. If we establish a Tripura Bhairavi Yantra helps us by removing away all the negative energies, stress, fears and nervousness and evil energies from the life of the devotee.
In order to energize the Tripura Bhairavi Yantra, the Tripura Bhairavi Mantra must be chanted minimum 1,25,000 times. Chanting Tripura Bhairavi Mantra with meditation blesses the devotee with a stress-free and a successful life. We can wear the Tripura Bhairavi Yantra around your neck as a pendant.
Om Hreem Bhairavi Kalaum Hreem Svaha॥
There are specific rituals to be followed while performing a Tripura Bhairavi Yantra Pooja, which is mentioned below.
- The Pooja of the Shree Tripura Bhairavi Yantra should be done only on Saturdays after 10 pm.
- Before Pooja, the person conducting the Pooja should properly take a bath and wear red clothes.
- The individual should sit in the south direction on a woollen mat and perform the Pooja.
- Then take a wooden seat, put a red cloth on it and place an image of Goddess Bhairavi on it.
- Shree Tripura Bhairavi Yantra should be placed on rose petals.
- One should place on the right side of the Yantra black sesame seeds. On the sesame seeds place a Madhurupen rudraksha.
- Then, the individual should pray to Goddess Bhairavi with a calm and peaceful mind to fulfil their specific desires and wishes.
- One should then place red flowers on the rudraksha and chant the Mantra.
- After this one should have a mustard oil lamp lit and offer fruit to Goddess Bhairavi.
- Following this step, a vermillion mark should be put on the Yantra and then with a white Hakeek Mala, chant 11 rounds of the following Mantra.
“Om Tripurai Cha Vidhmahe Bhairavai Cha Dhimahi Tannao Devi Prachaudayat”
- After chanting the Mantra, one should permanently place the picture of Goddess Bhairavi on the Yantra and remove the remaining articles.
- The remaining articles should be wrapped in a red cloth and should be flown in a river or a pond.
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