About Shri Maha Sudarshan Yantra:
This Yantra is the major defensive Yantra after Mahakali Yantra. The Sudarshan refers to the discus of Vishnu, a weapon to repel and punish evil and it is constructed from the pure flame of the sun.
The construction of this Yantra represents a whirling wheel of sacred flame that keeps all negativity, illness, misfortune at bay. Within the body of the Yantra are inscribed sacred bija mantras or seed syllables that have proven their efficacy as protective talismans. When worshipping this Yantra, the devotee visualizes himself being in the centre of this sacred circle of sun-fire, secure and protected from all the harm and ill that might befall on him. It enhances the peace of mind, gets favour from ladies, officers and govt. Sun stands for power and authority. Problems signified by Sun are weak eye sight, headache, disturbance of blood circulation bone weaknesses, palpitation of heart and inflammatory conditions etc. It is particularly beneficial in the above said disease.
How to Use the Yantra:
The installation of this Yantra on Sunday is good. Regular chanting of the mantra on daily basis is the best. Take a bath in the morning; if possible offer red or pink rose facing east. Particularly offering perfumed flowers everyday would be good and will produce results. After worship (Pooja), this Yantra is installed in a house, business place. By the truthful use of this Yantra, person can not be affected by souls, spirits and is blessed with health, wealth and happiness.
Below are some of the steps which you should follow while using the Yantra:
You can wear the Yantra in a Black/Red thread or in a Silver/Gold chain if it is a locket Yantra.
If the size of the Yantra is large, then you can place it in your room/office/shop.
You can also hang it on the wall of your room/office.
You can keep the Yantra in your front pocket of your shirt or in your wallet if it is a pocket size Yantra.
If it is a 3D Yantra (e.g. Crystal Shri Yantra), then you can place it in a place most suitable for you.
Mantra of the Yantra:
“Om Namo Narayanaya Namah”