Dhyanalinga Yantra (Consecrated)
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“Dhyana” in Sanskrit means meditation and “linga” means the form. Dhyanalinga is a profound meditative space at the Isha Yoga Center in India.
This consecrated dhyanalinga yantra is a powerful support for mediation.
Blessed by Sadhguru, this consecrated copper Dhyanalinga Yantra serves as a bridge or a doorway to access and experience the energy of the Dhyanalinga, providing benefits similar to being in-person in its powerful sphere.
Now beautifully framed and presented, this yantra will enhance any sacred space that you use for meditation or yoga practices. You can use at home or in the office.
For additional information, read this article in which Sadhguru explains the 7 Qualities of the Dhyanalinga.
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Sadhguru explains a few simple steps you can take to transform your space into a greater possibility to look inward.
Dhyanalinga Yantra Guidelines
Please adhere to the following guidelines in order to sustain an atmosphere of sanctity and cleanliness around the yantra.
- The Yantra should always be displayed on a new, unused white cloth.
- It should lean against a wooden or new, unused white cloth surface.
- It should not lean directly against a metal, earth or other surfaces.
- It may be kept in a horizontal or vertical position but it should not be kept on the floor.
Dimensions in Inches:
W - 5.9, L - 7.9 with frame
W - 3.5, L - 5 without frame
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