Sri Yantra means “the most revered yantra.” It graphs what happens to any energy as it descends to earth: three downward triangles into matter that self-correct to include spirit, ending in a merkabah (balanced energy).The Sri Yantra is thousands of years old, and is prominent in Far Eastern art, both Hindu and Buddhist. It is a popular image among Western yoga practitioners. It is one of the world’s most revered sacred geometry images and can be used to balance and energize whatever it is placed upon. When you focus on the image, you can strengthen its effect even more.
The Sri Yantra is so highly revered because it accurately depicts the process by which, when spirit emerges from source (the central point) and descends into matter (three downward facing triangles – symbolic of matter or the feminine creation), eventually it self-corrects and sends up an ascending triangle (a symbol for spirit, or the masculine aspect of the universe). While initially these triangles are not equilateral, and hence move back and forth between the two energies, they finally each become equilateral and order is restored in the universe.
When you are undertaking a new project, or are trying to figure out why the energy of a project is not working well, the Sri Yantra is your greatest friend! It helps you to stay focused, in balance, and to avoid the pitfalls of any project