The short answer: A Yantra is a Vedic talisman.
For more details visit our page, about talismans and amulets
- 2. Do Yantras really work?
Yes, but then
you’d expect us to say that. But the fact of the matter is that for
thousands of years, since the Vedic period, people who have acquired
such talismans, have found that there have been positive changes in their lives.
You can see what some people have told us at ‘Real Life Accounts’.
These Yantra are based on an ancient knowledge that encompasses not only
the creation of these amulets, but many other areas, some of these are relatively more well
known, such as Yoga and Ayurved, but they all follow the same
How long does it take for their effects to be felt?
talismans are always sending out positive energy, wherever they are placed. So once you
acquire one it will immediately start to influence its surroundings. Yantra talismans increase the power of those
factors that favour you and reduce those factors with a negative influence. Hence, the positive effects
of a Yantra will vary from person to person, depending on the horoscope
details of each person.
- 4. How should a Yantra Talisman be worshipped?
The basic method of maintaining and worshipping our larger, fixed Vedic Talismans is provided by us in the instructions
we send with the each order. Nothing much is required and the instructions
are essentially a list of 'Dos and Don'ts'. More complex methods, as described in the Vedas can been preformed, but this does require a certain degree of knowledge of Vedic teachings and principles. You can find an online copy of these instructions at:
Fixed Talismans Instructions
Our lucky charm locket/bracelet/key ring talismans also have a set of optional instructions, but essentially these talismans and are to simply be used when they are received. You can find these instructions at:
Locket Talismans Instructions
- 5. Do I have to recite the corresponding Mantras?
A Yantra will often have one or more corresponding Mantras
. Chanting these Mantras in the presence of the Yantra talisman is beneficial, but not essential. More details about Mantras are available on our Mantra Affirmation
- 6. Do my religious beliefs make a difference?
Not at all. Vedic Talismans respond to the
worshipper, irrespective of their faith. Neither is
required to adopt new beliefs.
- 7. Are the results guaranteed?
In a word, no. Yantra talismans have nothing to do with magic, they are a means of using positive spiritual energy to help you to accomplish your desires. It is upto the Almighty to decide how, when and to what extent
your desires should be fulfilled. That is why no human being has the power to offer
guarantees. Anyone who does is probably being less than honest.
- 8. Can different people worship the same Yantra?
Certainly, however, the results for each individual will vary, depending on each person’s faith, deeds and specific horoscope details.
- 9. What
adverse effects can Yantras have?
None whatsoever. By concept and design, a Vedic amulet can only deliver positive results and energy, never negative. These amulets channelise positive spiritual and psychic energy and do not have connection with balck magic or sorcery, whatsoever. Objects that are based on magic may have adverse effects.
Is there anything I can do to improve the effectiveness of my talisman?
Yes. Yantras must be supported by proactive behaviour and work best if you concentrate your thoughts and energy on achieving your goals.
Can a Yantra lose its power?
Only under exceptional circumstances, if maltreated. Otherwise once a Yantra has been activated, it will remain that way.
Can Yantras be used with other types of talismans?
Yes they can, just as long as the characteristics of
the other articles are consistent with those of Yantras and do not
conflict with their general nature. That is to say that, objects related
to satanical rites, black magic, derived from animals (except for animal
skins for meditation), won’t be suitable.
Why haven’t I heard about them before?
because this aspect of Vedic teachings hasn’t been propagated much
outside of the traditional circles possessing this knowledge and has
mainly been the preserve of scholars of the ancient scriptures. However,
awareness about this part of Vedic teachings is rapidly expanding.
- 14. Are Yantras a part of other cultures?
Yes, several other faiths and cultures including
Buddhism and even Islam have their own amulets and talismans,
very similar to Yantras. These are not known as Yantras, but
they work the same purpose.