January 25

How to activate your super human powers.

I came across this video 2 years ago, and I’ve been doing this mediation almost regularly. I finally decided that this year, i will start sharing my secrets with the world. With the hopes of awakening the souls of those who have been seeking peace and want to manifest massive change, also for those who need help meditating, this is the easiest way to practice.👌🏼 Everyone who knows me personally, always says I’m such a light, that I’m always so positive and beaming with joy. I love to laugh and i don’t take things too seriously. I love to look on the bright side a lot because i honestly believe with every negative situation there is always a positive side to it.

I learned so much from watching this video, and I’d also like to add the history I’ve gathered behind the the Sri yantra so you have a better understanding of what it is, and how it truly benefits our overall well being.

All this stuff is seriously, super cool !!!! 😎

You’ll thank me later.

The Sri Yantra is a 12,000 year old symbol and is considered the mother of all Yantras. Yantras are geometrical designs based on the principles of sacred geometry and are used for meditation. Each yantra design contains a centre point or “dot” from which geometric shapes and designs radiate.  Traditionally, such symbols are used to balance the left and right aspects of the brain, focus our minds or to focus on spiritual concepts to obtain spiritual benefit. It is even rumoured that Nikola Tesla, with his fractal mind, would see the Sri Yantra in blinding flashes!

‘Yantra meditation helps us clear the content of our consciousness so it can become a pure mirror, reflecting without interpreting. All That Is exists infinitely in this emptiness, this no-thing-ness. When the mirror of our consciousness is left without any content, this is enlightenment’

The Sri Yantra is considered to be the tool for obtaining and fulfilling all worldly desires and for material manifestation. I like to think that this is through increasing our focus and by clearing our minds so that we may see our goals clearly. My personal experience of it, whilst meditating upon the symbol, my life became a story playing out in front of me and I felt a sense of clarity. It was an effective way of ‘spring cleaning’ my brain and re-focusing it!

The Sri Yantra is a mathematically precise design and based upon Golden Proportion or Phi ratio. Everything that exists in nature, is constructed in a proportionately precise manner and this proportion is called the Golden/Phi ratio. It is a simple mathematical relationship found naturally and in many great works of art (Leonardo Di Vinci’s Vitruvian man and The Mona Lisa) and even architecture such as the positioning of the Pyramids of Giza.

The beauty of someone’s face is also based upon these Golden Proportions, and even the shape and position of their front teeth (felt obliged to throw that one in being a Dentist!). Apple use Golden Proportion when designing their products to make them more appealing to the customers eyes. Our bodies are also roughly based on this Golden Proportion (which, for the mathematicians is 1.618 and based on the Fibonacci sequence). In simple terms, the Golden Ratio suggests that everything, starting from the tiniest speck, expands and grows in proportions of 1.618, from a microscopic level to a macroscopic level for increased stability and beauty. Famous mathematicians, such as Pythagorus, also commented on the Golden Ratio and it being the blueprint applied to all of creation.

The Sri Yantra means “holy instrument” and

can also be known as the Sri Chakra or “holy


It contains all form of sacred geometry/

golden ratio, is mathematically precise and

can also represent the union of the Divine

Masculine and Feminine (The upward

triangles meeting the downward triangles).

This unity of Masculine (or left brain) and

Feminine (or right brain) is also seen in other

symbols such as the Star of David. This unity, or

synchronicity, is achievable through meditation

The Sri yantra is seen to have nine triangles

that can be interlaced in such a way as to form

43 smaller triangles like a web; this web can

be symbolic of the entire cosmos.

It is closely associated with the Flower of

Life which is also the blueprint for the creation

of matter, sound and consciousness. 

Effectively everything is formed from this


Below is an example of how the Flower of

Life plays a role in the formation of human

beings at an embryonic stage, this pattern is

repeated throughout nature:

The PINEAL gland and the Sri Yantra:

Staring at the central dot or ‘bindu’ of the Sri Yantra is known and proven to create changes within the brain and the stimulation of the Pineal gland by focussing our attention on the ‘3rd eye’ area. The Pineal gland is a small endocrine gland in the brain. It produces melatonin, a serotonin derived hormone, which affects the modulation of sleep patterns in both seasonal and circadian rhythms. Its shape resembles a tiny pine cone (hence its name), and it is located in the epithalamus, near the center of the brain, between the two hemispheres, tucked in a groove where the two halves of the thalamus join. René Descartesbelieved the pineal gland to be the “principal seat of the soul” and viewed it as the third eye.

Check out the emphasis on the Pine cone in

various architecture from around the world.

Coincidence? I think not!

IMAGES FROM TOP LEFT: Egyptian Pyraminds, The Vatican, Lambeth Bridge London, Egyptian Solar God Osiris, Buddha, Caduceus Whitehall Building New York City, Angkor Wat Cambodia, Assyrian Dieties, Bacchus Roman God.

Interesting Facts about the Pineal Gland:

* The pineal gland is formed at 49 days within the human embryo: the same time that Tibetans believe it takes for a soul to reincarnate. And the same amount of days that the human embryo becomes either male or female.

* In the ancient Vedic energy system of the chakras, the pineal gland is referred to as the ‘Ajna’ or ‘3rd Eye’ chakra. Modern studies reveal that the gland contains rods and cones – just like those found in the retina of your eyes! This is why when you visualize something strongly enough, you can literally see it “in your mind’s eye.”

*Your pineal gland receives more blood flow per cubic area than any other gland in your body. In other words, compared to all your other organs – including your lungs, your heart and your brain – this tiny little gland gets the highest concentration of energy. Hmm…

* Studies show your pineal gland secretes a substance called Dimethyltriptamine (DMT). The interesting thing about DMT is that it causes experiences which can take you well beyond common states of awareness. This is perhaps why the pineal gland is known in many cultures as the ‘Seat of the Soul’, the ‘Gateway to the Universe’, the ‘Mind’s Eye’ and the ‘Doorway to Higher Realms’.

* Your pineal gland is also important to your

physical and mental health, and its wellbeing

has been linked to memory, creativity,

intuition and critical thinking skills. It is also

sensitive to light and plays an important role in

your sleep and waking cycles. When light

strikes the retina of your eyes, it travels

through a tiny nerve system and into the gland.

When the lights go off, it sends a signal to the

pineal gland to begin secreting melatonin,

which activates your nervous system to go into sleep mode.

The Sri Yantra is considered to be a symbol of

immense power partly because when you

meditate for prolonged periods on it, 

you focus your attention on the area

between you eyebrows which stimulates the

pineal gland.

This then increases the alpha brain wave


(this fact is based on controlled EEG studies at

Moscow University!). 

The Sri Yantra

(amongst other forms of Pineal gland stimuli)

and the Pineal gland complement and serve

each other, and harnessing them in tandem

could be the most important thing you ever do

for your superhuman self!

How do I meditate on a Yantra?

It is thought that prior to being incarnated into

this dense, third dimensional level, on a higher

dimensional level, we had to become masters of manifestation.

It is also thought that as little as 5 minutes of meditation on this symbol a day, can help us to reach that goal.

PLEASE NOTE : ( this should only be carried out to achieve the HIGHEST GOOD in all cases)

1. Position the yantra so its centre is at eye level and a comfortable distance away. Sit with your spine straight. Breathe in and out slowly until your breath flows naturally.

Begin with your eyes open, simply gazing at the yantra. Look at the center or ‘dot’ which represents the unity that underlies all the diversity of the physical world. The key is to maintain a receptive, alert frame of mind, without drawing any conclusions, and free of concepts or thoughts.  As you feel yourself gathering consciousness, allow yourself to flow with the momentum of this consciousness.

2. Now allow your eyes to see the triangle that encloses the bindu. The downward pointing triangle represents the feminine creative power, while the upward facing triangle represents male energy.

3. Allow your vision to expand to include the circles outside of the triangles. They represent the cycles of cosmic rhythms. The image of the circle embodies the notion that time has no beginning and no end.

4. Bring your awareness to lotus petals outside the circle. Notice that they are pointing outwards, as if opening. They illustrate the unfolding of our understanding.

5. The square at the outside of the yantra represents the material world that our senses show us and the illusion of separateness via the well defined edges and boundaries. At the periphery of the figure are four T-shaped portals, or gateways. Notice that they point toward the interior of the yantra, the inner spaces of life. They represent our earthly passage from the external and material to the internal and sacred.

6. When your awareness begins to shift inward, close your eyes. Now watch the yantra imprinted in your mind’s eye, allowing it to gradually guide you within.

7. Do nothing, and you will find yourself participating in pure consciousness without the mind defining it.

8. The patterns of creativity represented by these primordial shapes express the fundamental forces of nature. They govern the world and they govern you. When you are ready, you may wish to take a deep breath, begin to move your toes and fingers, open your eyes, and become aware of your surroundings once again.

I hope this helps ! And I’m excited for everyone to learn such a simple mindfulness technique that could change the whole course of your life ! In the most Beautiful way of course. 🙏🏼

I don’t only pray for peace of mind, but for peace on earth.

✨ Sending you all love and light! ✨