The Ancient Texts Reveal – Secrets of the Sacred Symbols

Since time immemorial, we have believed in ‘lucky’ objects – such as wearing the right gemstones, wearing the right colours especially on festive days, starting ventures on lucky days, and arranging our homes in certain lucky ways. For instance, in Indian culture, most people avoid wearing black on festive days.

The ancient texts reveal the secrets of the sacred symbols. The great seers have discovered with their intuition that there are certain objects that bring good luck. The FORM of these objects lends a divine and positive energy to them. You can EMPLOY them to solve your problems and direct your LIFE and thoughts towards prosperity and peace.

Ancient Texts Sacred Symbols

The Jaina scriptures speak of eight such sacred symbols which bestow ‘mangal’ or good luck in our life. Among the Jains, the Shwetambar sect speaks of the following symbols which make up the Ashtamangal.

SWASTIK OR SWASTIKA

Meditating on swastik mangal brings about BALANCE in our lives. This is the first of the sacred symbols of the Ashtamangal.

SRIVATSA, THE EIGHT EDGED STAR

Meditating on srivatsa brings about CHANGE OR POSITIVE TRANSFORMATION in our inner body. This is the second of the sacred symbols of the Ashtamangal.

KALASH, THE SACRED POT

Kalash Meditation helps us to SECURE and STORE whatever is precious to us. This is the third of the sacred symbols of the Ashtamangal.

NANDAVART, A COMPLEX SWASTIK

Meditating on Nandavart Mangal creates a circle of JOY and ABUNDANCE in our lives. This is the fourth of the sacred symbols of the Ashtamangal.

MATSYA YUGAL, A PAIR OF FISH

Meditating on Matsya Yugal helps us to untie the knots and blocks which pervade our life. This is the fifth sacred symbol of the Ashtamangal.

SAMPUSHT, A CLOSED VESSEL

Meditating on Sampusht Mangal strengthens positivity. This is the sixth sacred symbol of the Ashtamangal.

BHADRASAN, MEANING THRONE

Meditating on Bhadrasan represents being seated on a seat of stability and transparency. This is the seventh sacred symbol of the Ashtamangal.

DARPAN, MEANING MIRROR

Meditating on Darpan is said to bring us closer to our pristine and pure soul. This is the eighth sacred symbol of the Ashtamangal.

The Ashtamangal Meditation, evolved by Gurudev Upadhyaya Praveen Rishi, teaches us how to use the power of these eight sacred symbols to bring about a positive transformation in our life.

Contact the Ashtamangal Team to learn this meditation.

Click on the link of the Eight Sacred Symbols to know more about the Ashtamangals.

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