2015 Summer is replica watches the rainy season sweat replica handbags more, this time wearing the watch replica watches uk should pay attention to someproblems. This is omega replica a maintenance issue watches, buy watches as a car, you need to take good care of breitling replicathe job! In the summer well maintained, can prolong life of breitling replica the watch; maintenance is not good, watch reimbursed quickly! Summer wear watches to breitling replica pay attention to what the problem?We also talked about the problem inside before replica shoes summer watch with what is good, to note that there are replica watchestalked about some of the main thing is watch waterproof, corrosion resistant and louis vuitton replica shockproof problem.

Art

Healing

Arts in Healing

Yantra

Surya Yantra

Click here to see Paintings

Yantras:

The word 'Yantra' in its most general sense means 'an instrument', or that by which something is accomplished. Traditionally, a yantra is used to invoke a deity in a particular location, and also to help the devotee move towards obtaining a desire. It is the 'diagrammatic' form of the deity it represents. It is frequently made up of geometrical shapes and sometimes also contains letters and numbers. It is generally engraved on metal or drawn on paper or other substances.

In my experience, the very presence of a yantra creates movement of energy, and influences the life of the person who has contact with it. The lines and forms of the yantra dynamically interact with the space and energy around it.

The difference between a ‘Yantra�and a ‘Mandala�is-

  1. The Yantra has a specified pattern which cannot be changed as it represents the diagrammatic energy form of the deity, whereas the creation of a ‘Mandala�is open to the artist’s inspiration and creativity.

  2. The Yantra is drawn within a square, while the Mandala is within a circle

  3. The purpose of the Yantra is to invoke the energy of the deity, while the purpose of the Mandala is based on the Intent of the person creating it.

S. Sankaranarayanan says:
"It contains in itself in a controlled form the uncontrollable power of the deity"

See paintings of different Yantras-
"Durga Yantra"
12in x 12in
watercolour on paper
"Saraswati"
12in x 12in
watercolour on paper
"Mahalaxmi Yantra"
12in x 12in
watercolour on paper
"Enchanter of the Triple World"
24in x 24in
watercolour on paper
"Protector of all"
24in x 24in
acrylic on canvas
"Sri-Yantra & lotus"
30in x 30in
acrylic on canvas
There are also three series of yantra paintings: The Nithya series, The Dasa Maha Vidyas series & The Sri Yantra series.