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Yantra Course

A Yantra is a sacred geometry which is an instrument for spiritual advancement. The Sri Yantra is the oldest Yantra known and is the form of Devi or Shakti Herself. The Sri Yantra is considered to be one of the most powerful and effective Yantras as it is believed that it contains the strength of all the Gods. The Sri Yantra removes negative vibrations and transforms them into positive energy and is very effective in physical, emotional and mental healing. 

In the Sri Yantra Teacher’s Training Course, you will learn how to draw an accurate Sri Yantra with a totally unique and modern drawing method which moves us to “a new era of Sri Yantras.” Paramahamsa Vishwananda blessed us with some interesting and highly surprisingly insights which will be incorporated in all Sri Yantra drawing courses to instruct new students into the art of drawing and painting an accurate Sri Yantra. The course is an intensive 5-day training period that goes into precise detail about the Sri Yantra and how to share this Divine geometry with new aspirants. The course is ideal for anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of the Sri Yantra, improve their skills in creating a Sri Yantra, and most of all, learn how to effectively share this wisdom with people around the world. 

The course will take place from 9:00 to 21:00 with breaks each day. 

Who is the course for?

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Learning Path

The practice of Yantra Yoga begins with a breathing exercise called the Nine Purification Breathings. This is an extremely effective method for exhaling stale air. Its purpose is to purify the function of our prana life force and coordinate and expand the capacity of our breathing in a correct, relaxed way.

The preliminary practice of the five Tsigjong movements helps to loosen the various joints, tendons, and nerves of the body. This sequence of movements is a warm-up routine that is part of the original practice of Yantra Yoga.

First Tsigjong – Tightening

In the First Tsigjong, Tightening, we contract and relax all five sense organs as well as all the muscles, tendons, and nerves of the body.

Health Benefits:

  • Revitalizes and invigorates the entire organism
  • Reinforces the condition of the five elements
  • Improves eyesight and the functioning of the other sense organs
  • Invigorates the functioning of the pervasive prana, which presides over the movement of the limbs
Second Tsigjong – Shaking

The Second Tsigjong has three phases: first, we shake only the hands, then the feet, then hands and feet together.

Health Benefits:

  • Alleviates ailments of all the major and minor ligaments and joints
  • Improves the condition of the joints and ligaments
Third Tsigjong – Pulling

The Third Tsigjong, Pulling, has two phases. In the first phase, we focus mostly on loosening the joints of one leg, then the other, with women and men starting on opposite sides. The second phase is done in the same way by both genders, but takes some practice because it involves balancing on the buttocks.

Health Benefits:

  • Relieves ailments of the lumbar region
  • Improves the condition of the major and minor joints
  • Alleviates disorders of the kidneys
  • Counteracts problems related to the functioning of the downward-clearing prana, which presides over the excretion of feces and the discharge of urine, semen, and menstrual blood
  • Tones all functions of the lower body, including reproductive functions
Fourth Tsigjong – Bending

The Fourth Tsigjong, Bending, involves twisting and bending the spine and stretching the sides.

Health Benefits:

  • Relieves and prevents problems of the thoracic and lumbar regions
  • Alleviates and prevents ailments related to the spine and spinal cord
  • Benefits the kidneys • Strengthens the tendons of the legs
  • Reinforces the functioning of the fire-accompanying prana, which presides over the digestive system
Fifth Tsigjong – Rotating

The Fifth Tsigjong, Rotating, has the unique quality of challenging us to simultaneously engage in both sensory and motor aspects of our awareness as we perform multiple activities at once.

Health Benefits:

  • Relieves sensory-motor dysfunctions of the limbs and the head
  • Alleviates stiffness of the limbs
  • Improves the condition of the major and minor joints
  • Counteracts problems related to the pervasive prana
  • Improves the capacity of harmonious coordination of movements
  • Strengthens and improves the eyesight

The purpose of the eight Lungsangs is to harmonize and strengthen our energies through dynamic and effective exercises that act on the physical level through body movements and on the subtle level through coordination of the breath. Aside from toning and training the body, these movements have the very specific goal of training and developing four different ways of inhaling and exhaling and, especially, four different ways of holding the breath.

First Lungsang – Inhaling Slowly

The First Lungsang trains and develops the experience of long, complete inhalation and open hold.

Health Benefits:

  • Enhances the intellectual faculties
  • Develops lucidity
  • Improves the physical condition in general
  • Relieves ailments related to the five solid organs (heart, lungs, liver, spleen, and kidneys), for instance as a result of having become weakened
Second Lungsang – Open Hold

The Second Lungsang consists of three phases, first on one side, then on the other, and finally on both sides at the same time. The air is first held open, and then directed downward while still holding.

Health Benefits:

  • Relieves ailments of the thoracic region
  • Eases problems with the arms and shoulders
  • Alleviates neurological disorders
  • Improves the functioning of the small and large joints of the limbs
Third Lungsang – Directing

The Third Lungsang focuses on directed hold. This Lungsang gives you a much deeper experience of directed hold than the subtle directed hold that occurs in the previous movement.

Health Benefits:

  • Relieves conditions caused by the weakening or malfunction of the five solid organs (heart, lungs, liver, spleen, and kidneys) and six hollow organs (stomach, small intestine, large intestine, gall bladder, urinary bladder, and seminal vesicles or ovaries)
  • Alleviates problems related to the lumbar region and waist area as well as the spine and spinal cord
  • Eases pain in the rib cage
  • Counteracts problems caused by the fire-accompanying prana, such as poor digestion
Fourth Lungsang – Exhaling Quickly

The Fourth Lungsang is for training and experiencing quick exhalation.

Health Benefits:

  • Invigorates the five solid and six hollow organs
  • Alleviates problems caused by malfunctioning of the five solid and six hollow organs
  • Relieves ailments of the tendons, ligaments, and major and minor joints
  • Harmonizes wind energy imbalances manifesting in the areas governed by the pervasive and the downward-clearing pranas
Fifth Lungsang – Inhaling Quickly

The Fifth Lungsang is for training in inhaling quickly and directly. It also introduces us to the experience of closed hold, the main focus of the sixth Lungsang.

Health Benefits:

  • Strengthens the spine and spinal cord
  • Invigorates the lungs and heart
  • Improves the condition of the major and minor joints
  • Alleviates problems related to the ascending prana, which presides over the faculties of speech and breathing, as well as the pervasive prana
Sixth Lungsang – Holding Closed

The Sixth Lungsang is for training and experiencing closed hold.

Health Benefits:

  • Relieves nerve damage affecting and impairing the five sense organs as well as related ailments of the brain
  • Alleviates and prevents conditions related to the ascending prana and the life-sustaining prana, including anxiety, agitation, and depression
  • Sharpens the intellect and memory
Seventh Lungsang – Contracting

The Seventh Lungsang is for training and developing contracted hold.

Health Benefits:

  • Alleviates ailments of the spine and spinal cord
  • Relieves disorders of the six hollow organs
  • Counteracts problems related to the fire-accompanying prana, such as poor digestion
  • Benefits digestion in general
Eighth Lungsang – Exhaling Slowly

The Eighth Lungsang focuses on the experience of a slow and smooth full exhalation.

Health Benefits:

  • Balances and harmonizes the functions of the five elements
  • Strengthens the solid and hollow organs
  • Alleviates problems related to malfunctioning of the solid and hollow organs
  • Relieves disorders related to the fire-accompanying and downward- clearing pranas
  • Aids the processes of digestion and elimination

What people are saying


Yantra is basically mystical diagram used in the Hindu religion (Dharma) and philosophy for worship. It is used to help in meditation and for the benefits of its purported occult powers based on Tantric texts and Hindu astrology.

Navgrah yantra

Navagraha yantra represents the nine celestial influencers in Vedic Astrology. The seven days of the week are named after the seven visible celestial bodies. It carries the power of all the nine planets together. It bestows the worshippers with positivity, happiness, abundance , good health and spiritual progress. Furthermore,it is used to eliminate defects and Doshas located in the horoscope.

Meru Yantra

Meru Yantra is a highly paramount and auspicious yantra that beholds supremacy similar to that of Shri Yantra. Whether it is any financial problems or personal setbacks, Meru Yantra divinity has an answer to all. It works as a strong medium to remove all hindrances and pave way for a happy, healthier and wealthier life. It is chiefly worshipped for prosperity.

Shri Yantra

Shri Yantra considered as the queen of all yantras which is the symbolic representation of mysterious mountain known as Mahameru, which is believed as the center of the entire Universe and it is guarded by eight mountains. The meaning of Shree is ‘wealth; and Yantra is ‘instrument’ Hence, Shree Yantra is the instrument of wealth. Shri yantra is one of the most powerful yantra that fulfills the worldly need of wealth and prosperity by using the cosmic power and mental strength. We all are surrounded by some sort of negative energy, malice which sometimes is so large that it does not let the positive energy work for us. Shri Yantra removes the negative energy, solves our problems and helps us to gain peace, retain wealth and harmony in life. Not only the materialistic gains can be attained by Shree Yantra but also the spiritual ones and it leads to serendipity.

Laxmi Kuber Yantra

Adorn your Life with Luck and prosperity with  divine Lakshmi Kubera Yantra. It is a unraveling  welcome to money, wealth, good fortunes, opulance and prosperity. Lord Kubera and Goddess Lakshmi symbolize material wealth and fortune. When you worship them, you will be gifted with all luxuries and riches. The power lines of the Yantra can sweep away your misfortunes and pour monetary gains into your life. Let the divine energy fills your bounty with success and happiness. Retain the God and the Goddess at your place forever by possessing the Lakshmi Kubera Yantra!

Vyapar vidhi yantra

Vyapar vidhi yantra is considered to increase the profits and helps you making sensible decisions in business and ventures. Worshipping this yantra proliferates  productivity, turnover and sales as well as blessing the  business owner with  success, progress and prosperity. This yantra is also instrumental for those who are unemployed or seeks  soaring career opportunities.

Manokamna yantra

This Yantra enhances a person’s luck for the better and it brings about desirable aftermath and makes one’s deepest desires to be true. Sarva Manokamna Prapti Yantra should be placed and worshipped in order to reap success and prosperity in all areas of life. This mantra is regarded as extremely effective and energized in the mantra system and it causes the removal of all kinds of worldly illusions if practiced with dedication and faith. This Yantra, is an ideal present for someone you love and wish to see prosper and happy. 

Sampoorna Sarva kastanivaran yantra

Sampoorna Sarva Kasht Nivaran Yantra should be set in and worshipped, in order to get relief from problems that seems to be never ending and which are affecting almost all sphere of life. Apparently, there are multiple negative factors working at the same time like Vastu Dosha in the residence/office/shop, evil energies, malice enemies, adverse transit of planets as well as a trying and testing times. Hence, a person has to deal with multiple problems at the same time prolonged health problems, business problems, stress, anxiety, depression and loss of Peace as well as feuds in the family takes toll on him/her. Under these drastic circumstances, establishing and worshipping a Sampoorna Sarva Kasht Nivaran Yantra is a very effective way for getting relaxation and solutions. Correspondingly, this Yantra also acts in synergy to bring peace, comfort, prosperity and relief in a person’s life.

Karyashidi yantra

Karyashidi yantra is an energized yantra ,which eliminates external factors and negative forces in dislodging you thus paving your path to success. If you are facing recurring lost opportunities and derailed initiatives, then this Yantra is for you. Karya Siddhi Yantra is meant for fulfillment of all desires. Karya Siddhi is an highly constructive Yantra,  which ensures the individual’s well-being  as well as  his/her family well- being against all odds, ensuring success in almost every aspect of their life. Karya Siddhi Yantra is composed of a circle, divided into seven equal segments, each segment containing a figure & a number. One is for knowledge, wisdom & healing of diseases; one denotes music, confidence & happiness; for family progress in the present and future; For health, wealth, prosperity, a comfortable & happy home, and protection from all troubles. Karya Siddhi yantra also signifies success in politics, favors from superiors & fulfillment of all desires; for protection against the ‘evil eye’ and other perilous state.


  • Success and wellbeing are things that everyone looks for. Each of us may have individual ideas of what success is and follow different routes of wellbeing, but the underlying desire is the same. This was recognized in ancient Indian culture, and so, yogis and mystics down the ages created many devices to aid human beings in their quest for immediate and ultimate wellbeing. Yantras are devices of this kind, which are created as support systems for a particular purpose.
  • Yantras are tools to enhance our life in different dimensions. They are made for specific purposes and different types of yantras reverberate in different ways. Looking at the kind of energy that is to be created, we can create that kind of yantra. The most basic yantra is a simple triangle. An upward-facing triangle is one kind of yantra, a downward-facing triangle is another kind. You can mix them in many different ways and make a variety of yantras.
  • Yantras are usually associated with a particular deity and are used for specific benefits, such as: for meditation; protection from harmful influences; development of particular powers; attraction of wealth or success, etc. They are often used in daily ritual worship at home or in temples, and sometimes worn as a talisman.
  • As an aid to meditation, yantras represent the deity that is the object of meditation. These yantras emanate from the central point, the Bindu. The yantra typically has several geometric shapes radiating concentrically from the center, including triangles, circles, hexagons, octagons, and symbolic lotus petals. The outside often includes a square representing the four cardinal directions, with doors to each of them. A popular form is the Sri Chakra, or Sri Yantra, which represents the goddess in her form as Tripura Sundari. Sri Chakra also includes a representation of Shiva and is designed to show the totality of creation and existence, along with the user’s unity with the cosmos.
  • Yantras can be on a flat surface of Bhojpatra or three dimensional. Yantras can be drawn with the help of Anar pen and Astagandha Ink (Which is supplied by us once you register), 
  • Occult yantras are used as good luck charms, to ward off evil, as preventative medicine, in exorcism, etc., by using their magical power. When used as a talisman, the yantra is seen to represent a deity who can be called on at will by the user. They are traditionally consecrated and energized by a priest, including the use of mantras which are closely associated with the specific deity and yantra. Practitioners believe that a yantra that is not energized with mantra is lifeless.


  • Ganapati Dhyanam
  • Introduction to Vedic Yantra
  • The Science of Yantra
  • Important Rules
  • Ways to Create Yantra
  • Types of Vedic Yantra
  • Techniques to make altogether 17 Vedic Yantras on :
  • Roga (Disease)
  • For a good relationship and fertility
  • Prosperity
  • Gain knowledge
  • For Progress in business
  • Family Harmony
  • Wish Manifestation
  • Gain Glory
  • Success in Exam
  • Success in Court Cases
  • Sarva Peeda Nashak Yantra
  • Nazar Dosh Nashak Yantra
  • Sarva Sidhi Dayak Yantra
  • Accident Eliminating Yantra
  • Bas Dream Eliminating Yantra
  • All types of Siddhi Karak Yantra
  • One Anar Kalam (pomegranate Pen)
  • 20 Nos. Wood Bhoj Patra.
  • Powder Ashwagandha for making Ink.

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