Full Moon Meditation On Sri Chakra And Sri Sukta
Reciting Sri Suktam and Meditating on Sri Chakra Sri Suktam is the most glorious hymn in praise of goddess Lakshmi-the giver of wealth and prosperity. Wealth is not just in material terms like currency, metal, fauna, it also means abundance, glory that is what goddess Lakshmi is. Hence Shri Suktam is the ultimate prayer for invoking goddess Lakshmi. The words in this hymn form a sound body of the goddess. A striking feature is that of her association with lotus and elephant, both of which denote prosperity, sagacity and virtues.
The significance of Sri Chakra:
The Sri Chakra, or Sri Yantra, is a specific pattern of triangles, circles and petals it is the King of All Yantras. Sri Chakra worship is considered the highest worship of Devi, and because it contains all deities and all divine potencies within it, it brings every kind of blessing for physical and emotional health, wealth, harmony in ones relationships, and
true spiritual progress.
In truth, the worship of the Sri Chakra is both an art and a science designed by divinely inspired sages; its regular performance clears all obstacles, bestows all blessings, and carries us inexorably towards the highest goal of oneness with the supreme Goddess Sri Lalita Tripur Sundari.
The Significance of Purnima:
Most people can appreciate the special beauty of the full moon. According to Sri Vidya, there is a uniquely auspicious energy available to us on the full moon day, and so this day is especially good for worshipping Sri Lalita Maha Tripurasundari Devi. In particular, it is highly auspicious to perform Sri Chakra Puja or meditation
Each avarana contains a certain number of triangles, petals or lines that correspond to specific aspects of Divine Mothers powers of love, wisdom and pure consciousness. As we proceed through each avarana, we come closer to the central Bindu, the source of bliss and divine consciousness. When Sri Sukta Chanting and Navavarana Puja, or meditation is performed on Purnima, the powerful energy of the full moon magnifies the energy of the mantras and yantras, generating the divine vibrations of Sri Lakshmi and Sri Lalita Devi. This is a uniquely nectar-like blessing from Divine Mother that can only be experienced, not described.