The Sri Yantra, is a sacred geometric diagram or mandala used in Tantra and other spiritual traditions and contains the energy of the Goddess. The Sri Yantra is composed of nine interlocking triangles that form a central point or bindu. The bindu represents the point of stillness. The triangles are arranged in a specific pattern, with the central triangle pointing downwards representing the feminine and the others pointing upwards representing the masculine.
The Sri Yantra is considered a symbol of the universe and the divine feminine energy or Shakti. Each of the nine triangles represents a different aspect of the cosmos, including the five elements (earth, water, fire, air, and ether), the sun and moon, and the cosmic powers of creation, preservation, and dissolution.
The Sri Yantra is often used in meditation and ritual practices to help the practitioner connect with the sacred feminine and achieve spiritual awakening. It is believed to have a powerful and transformative energy that can help to clear the mind, balance the chakras, and promote healing and well-being and atune one to the value of abundance.
By wearing the Sri Yantra one can invoke this energy within their physical being and in their daily life.