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Magic Shadow Tattoos
(308) 532-2104
107 W 6th St
North Platte, NE
Magic Shadow Tattoos
(308) 532-2104
116 E 6Th St Ste 8
North Platte, NE
Skin Flixx Tattoo
(402) 463-7546
201 N Lincoln Ave
Hastings, NE
Tattoo Studio
(402) 346-7100
2447 S 14th St
Omaha, NE
Static Age Tattoo
(402) 614-9294
908 S 38th Ave
Omaha, NE
Twizted Needle Tattoo
(308) 520-2024
203 N Jeffers
North Platte, NE
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(308) 534-5346
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(402) 477-9279
116 S 9th St
Lincoln, NE
White Dragon Tattoo Studio
(402) 563-3804
1255 48Th Ave
Columbus, NE
Big O Tattoo
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1640 O St
Lincoln, NE
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Yantra tattoos

Yantra tattoos Yantra Tattoo Designs - For Hindus, a yantra is a geometrical diagram that represents the universe. Hindus believe that yantras can put us in touch with higher entities, which can be of great help on the spiritual path. If you're considering a yantra tattoo, take the time to delve deeper into their meanings and place in the Hindu religion, learn about what they represent, and a specific yantras place in Hindu worship and meditation.

Yantra is a Sanskrit word comprised of yam (to hold the essence), and tra (instrument).

Yantra, mantra, tantra - it is important to understand the meaning of each. A mantra is a set of sacred syllables, which, when spoken with reverence may invoke a particular deity. Tantra is the systematic use of the body and mind - lower energies - to attain a higher function; 'from sex to superconsciousness'. And a yantra is the use of a symbol, or some kind of external object, as a tool for contemplation, concentration or meditation. In fact, any practice that is ritualistic or symbolic is part of the yantric approach.

A yantra, like the mandala, is usually symmetrical, but different in that the design can be three dimensional. Both are meant to be a microcosmic picture of the macrocosm, designed so that the eye is driven to the focal point at its centre, which can act as a doorway to the 'Absolute'. The mind, once it's settled in this way, finds itself less able to continue its incessant internal monologue. In other words, a yantra is a way to 'quiet' one's thoughts of chatter and focus the mind on a single thought, or on a state of clear-mindedness or clarity - a state some consider to be a state of 'nothingness'. Eventually, even the object of concentration is abandoned, and the mind remains emptied, leaving pure awareness. Taken to the limit, practitioners of the yantric approach describe this mental state as a, 'union with God'.

Yantras can be designed to summon specific deities. By tuning into a certain yantra, you can 'dial up' its specific deity and the creative force it represents. Note, however, that the yantra is only a mechanism for concentration. The expansion in consciousness doesn't come from the yantra itself, rather from 'the whole', from the universe, the macrocosm.

A yantra's underlying rationale goes like this - every shape emits an energy pattern, or frequency. It's a science as well as an art. Hindus may be the first to have described the phenomenon, but other religions have taken advantage of it as well. Think of the Jewish people and the power of their Star of David , for instance. Of the Christians and the extraordinary power of the symbol of their cross . The Egyptians and their pyramids. The swastika, originally a nearly universal design across all of Asia and the Middle East, but one that was ultimately co-opted by the National Socialists, also known as the Nazis, in Germany. Different powers are said to emit from different shapes. Yantra Yoga employs only those vibes...

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