Hand carved Tibetan Quartz Shri Yantra pendants
Hand carved Tibetan Quartz Shri Yantra pendants
Hand carved Tibetan Quartz Shri Yantra pendants
Hand carved Tibetan Quartz Shri Yantra pendants
Hand carved Tibetan Quartz Shri Yantra pendants
Hand carved Tibetan Quartz Shri Yantra pendants
Hand carved Tibetan Quartz Shri Yantra pendants

Hand carved Tibetan Quartz Shri Yantra pendants

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Tibetan Quartz 

hand carved, unmarked sterling silver 

20 mm not including bail 


The ancient Shri Yantra has become a trendy design, but most don’t realize the complexity, meaning, and symbology of the nine interlocking triangles and double ring of lotus petals. There is little question of the power of an accurately constructed Shri Yantra. In 1987, Russian scientists used EEG technology to prove that the Shri Yantra geometry quickly brings viewers to a meditative state
(Source: Biology Faculty of Moscow University, October 30, 1987).

What is a Yantra?

In Sanskrit, the word “yantra” comes from the root word “yam,” which means “instrument” or “support,” and “tra,” derived from “trana,” meaning “release from bondage.” A yantra is an instrument or tool, for meditation and contemplation and supports spiritual liberation. There are hundreds of yantra designs related to deities, principles, and planets. Used in ceremonies and rituals, yantra designs can be found on paper or bark, or created from flower petals, ash, and rice.