Vajra means diamond – the indestructible one. Panjara means cage. Nyasa means placing your awareness at a place. In the viraja homam you have merged yourself with Devi. Devi is every where in the world. Devi is also in the Sriyantra. So you have three existences – as Devi, as the world and as Sriyantra. You are in an indestructible cage.
The nine avaranas of the Sriyantra represent the nine parts of Devi’s body which is also your body. The vajra panjara nyasa is placing your awareness – and understanding – these nine avaranas.
1.The first avarana is the three lines square encloser called bhupura and trilokya mohana chakra. It is the feet of Devi. The four gates are the four Vedas. It is also called the Akula sahasra. It is ruled by Prakata yogini and adhi devata is Tripuradevi.
Aim Hreem Shreem Am Aam Sauh Namah offer salutation to the feet.
Aim Hreem Shreem Am angusthabhyam namah (use both the index fingers and run them on the thumbs)
Aim Hreem Shreem Aam tarjanibhyam namah (use both the thumbs and run them on both the index fingers)
Aim Hreem Shreem Sauh madhyamabhyam namah ( ,, on the middle fingers)
Aim Hreem Shreem Am anamikabhyam namah ( ,, on the ring fingers)
Aim Hreem Shreem Aam kanisthikabhyam namah ( ,, on the little fingers)
Aim Hreem Shreem Sauh karatala karapṛṣṭhābhyāṁ namaḥ (open both the palms; run the opened palms of the right hand on the front and back sides of the left palm and repeat the same for the other palm)
2.The second avarana of 16 petals are located vertically along the thighs and calves – four on each – and the 16 lunar phases and Kundalini and is called sarvasa paripuraka chakra. It is ruled by Gupta yogini and adhi devata is Tripuresi
Aim Hreem Shreem Aim Kleem Sauh Maha Tripura Sundari atmanam raksha raksha.
3.The third avarana of eight petals is the base of spine and stomach, the astha iswaryas and the mooladhara. It also represents the astha murtis of Lord Shiva (Bhavaya Deva, Sarvaya Deva, Eshanaya Deva, Pashupati Deva, Rudraya Deva, Ugraya Deva, Bheemaya Deva, Mahato Deva.) It is ruled by Guptatara yogini and adhi devata is Tripurasundari.
Aim Hreem Shreem Hreem Kleem Sauh Devi atma asanaya namah.
4.The fourth avarana of fourteen triangles is the outer part of yoni, the fourteen worlds and the kamagni in swadhisthana. Its is called sarva saubhagyadayaka chakra. It is ruled by Sampradaya yogini and adhi devata is Tripuravasini.
Ai m Hreem Shreem Haim Hakleem Hasauh Srichakrasanaya namah.
5.The fifth avaran of ten triangles called bahir dasaram and sarvartha sadhaka chakra and ruled Kuloteerna yogini adhi devata is Tripurasri. It is the nabhi (belly button), Sun and manipura chakra.
Ai m Hreem Shreem Hasauh Hasarakleem Hasarasauh sarva matrasanaya namah.
6.The sixth avarana of ten triangles called antardasaram and sarva rakshakara chakra is ruled by Nigarbha yogini and adhi devata is Tripuramalini. It is the heart portion – the breath of life nourished and protected by HER milk – and anahata chakra.
Ai m Hreem Shreem Hreem Kleem Blem sadhya siddhasanaya namah.
7.The seventh avarana of eight triangles is called sarva rogahara chakra and is ruled by Rahasya yogini and adhi devata is Tripurasiddhamba. It is the neck and communications along the spine and the visuddhi chakra.
Aim Hreem Shreem Hreem Shreem Sauh namah.
Aim Hreem Shreem Aim hrudayaya namah
Aim Hreem Shreem Kleem sirase swaha
Aim Hreem Shreem Sauh Sikhayai vashat
Aim Hreem Shreem Sauh kavachaya hum
Aim Hreem Shreem Kleem netratrayaya aushat
Aim Hreem Shreem aim astraya phat
These eight nadarupa vagdevatas rule all the alphabets of the Sanskrit language located on HER body.
It will be a good to know the Sanskrit alphabets sequence and the way they are pronounced from the picture bellow.
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Aim Hreem Shreem Am Aam im iim Um Uum Rum Ruum lum loom Em Aim Om Aum Am Aha Rblum Vasini Vagdevatayai namah – touch head
Aim Hreem Shreem Kam Kham Gam Gham Nnam Klahreem Kameswari Vagdevatayai namah – ,, forehead
Aim Hreem Shreem Cam Cham Jam Jham Eyam Nibleem Modini Vagdevatayai namah – ,, eyebrows center
Aim Hreem Shreem Tam Tham DDam DDham NNam Yuloom Vimala Vagdevatayai namah – ,, throat
Aim Hreem Shreem T’am T’ham Dam Dham Nam Jmreem Aruna Vagdevatayai namah – ,, heart
Aim Hreem Shreem Pam Pham Bam Bham Mam Hasalavayum Jayini Vagdevatayai namah – ,, naval
Aim Hreem Shreem Yam Ram Lam Vam Emryum Sarveswari Vagdevatayai namah – ,, outer yoni
Aim Hreem Shreem Sam Sham SSHam Ham Ksham Tram Gyam Kshmreem Kouliini Vagdevatayai namah – inner yoni.
8.The Eigth avarana is the top most triangle called sarvasiddhipada chakra. It is ruled by Ati Rahasya yogini and adhi devata is Tripuramba. It is the three eyes and time – right eye is past, center eye is present and left eye is future. It is the agya chakra. The three Devis are Kameswari, Vajreswari and Bhagamalini – Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Mahasaraswati.
9.The ninth avarana is the bindu. It is ruled by Parapara Rahasya yogini and adhi devata is Maha Tripurasundari. It is the crown and necter. Shiva and Shakti are in an eternal union here forever dissolving and recreating the creation.
Aim Hreem Shreem Ka14 Ganesha graha nakshatra yogini rasi roopinim Devim mantramayim noumi matruka peetha rupinim Namh.
Arghya is the water used in pooja by putting it in a kalasha. Samanya arghya means plain water. Dip your forefinger in water and draw the following yantra diagram. For the sake of convenience print and laminate the bellow picture.
The triangle is the Ajna chakra, the hexagon is Swadhisthana and the circle is Manipura, Anahata and Visuddhi – the three coils of the Kundalini serpant power – and the square is the Mooladhara.
Worship the yantra with a flower and place a shanka (on a stand or a cup) at the center with the open side facing upwards.
The Shankha should be placed to your left and to the right of the kalasa. Shankha is placed on a metal stand (normally brass) if you don’t have one keep it on a cup. The open part of the Shankha must be facing upwards. The narrow tip of the Shankha must be facing the Devi/sriyantra and head must be pointing towards you.
Panchajanyaya vidmahe padma garbhaya dheemahi tanno Shankha prachodayaat”
Then recite the five names of the Shankha:
Om Amburajaya Nama
Om Kamburajaya Namah
Om Dhavalaya Namah
Om Panchajanyaya Namah
Om Padmagarbhaya Namah
Then recite the Shanka Pooja verse:
Shankham chandraka daivatwam kukshou varuna daivatam
Prusthe prajapatirdaiva mugre ganga saraswati
Pruthivyam yani teerthani vasudevasya chagyaya
Shankhe tisthanti viprendra tasmat shankham prapoojyayet
Fill it with water and put a drop of milk in it. Dip a flower in it and touch the yantra, Devi and yourself while reciting the following mantras.
1.Aim Hreem Shreem Ka e I la hreem hruhayaya namah hrudaya shakti sri padukam poojayami tarpayami namah.
2.Aim Hreem Shreem ha sa ka ha la hreem sirase swaha sirah shakti ,,
3.Aim Hreem Shreem sa ka la hreem shikhayai vashat shikha shakti ,,
4.Aim Hreem Shreem Ke I la hreem kavachaya hum kavacha shakti ,,
5.Aim Hreem Shreem ha sa ka ha la hreem netra trayaya aushat netra shakti ,,
6.Aim Hreem Shreem sa ka la hreem astraya phat astra shakti ,,
7.Aim Hreem Shreem Ka e I la hreem ha sa ka ha la hreem namah
Dip the flower in the shankha water touch it to the akshants and sprinkle its water on Devi, yourself, the pooja items and around you.