How to create a burning Tantra Mantra Yantra तंत्र मंत्र यंत्र by Aaron Sharif, asvof resident astrologer

Dear Shaded Viewers,

I imagine if you are here you also follow me on instagram @asvof and by now are familiar with @aaronsharif our resident astrologer. Yesterday he shared how to create a burning Tantra Mantra Yantra. If this interests you he suggests that you listen to Tchaikovsky, ‘Hymn Of The Cherubim’ performed by the The USSR Ministry Of Culture Chamber Choir. I thought this was a good way to start the week. Instructions below and example above. You can also make 6 boxes in a rectangle, make sure to add the eye and to keep the order of the numbers.

Draw what feels right, the sequence runs as I have illustrated, any deviation from this will only create disharmony

Before burning place the yantra to your heart with both hands over it, and fill your heart with that what you want to manifest into your life

Our ancestors were gifted these scared numeric codes by the Gods

Honour their devotion, and always give when your wishes have been fulfilled

I chose to bind the triangles with red silk thread; as the Yantra burns the knot opens, and its energy is released

The reason why we burn the Yantra is because Fire is Alchemy. Everything is born thru the element of Fire, it burns through one reality creating a new form into existence

This is a transformative process; releasing the desire held in the mind, thru your actions you create the magic in the Yantra

Trust in the process, and gifts will be received

“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.”
Matthew 7:7

While performing this offering to Venus, surround yourself with the beauty of Tchaikovsky, ‘Hymn Of The Cherubim’ performed by the The USSR Ministry Of Culture Chamber Choir x

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Diane Pernet

A LEGENDARY FIGURE IN FASHION and a pioneer of blogging, Diane is a respected journalist, critic, curator and talent-hunter based in Paris. During her prolific career, she designed her own successful brand in New York, costume designer, photographer, and filmmaker.