श्रीयंत्र को सिद्ध कर पाएं अकूत धन-संपदा

श्रीयंत्र

बहुत से घरों में आपने श्रीयंत्र को स्थापित देखा होगा। जो लोग श्रीयंत्र के विषय में नहीं जानते वह इसे मात्र कोई साधारण सी चीज ही मानते हैं। यहां तक कि जिन घरों में यह यंत्र स्थापित भी होता है वे भी इसकी महिमा और इसके महत्व को नहीं समझते। “कभी सुना था कि ये यंत्र घर में रखना शुभ होता है, इसलिए इसे रख लिया”, जब भी उनसे श्रीयंत्र के विषय में पूछा जाए तो अधिकांशत: यही जवाब देते हैं।

श्रीयंत्र का महत्व

आम जनमानस की समस्या ही यही है कि जितनी जल्दी उसके दिमाग में सवाल कुलबुलाते हैं, जिज्ञासा हिलोरे मारती है, उससे भी ज्यादा जल्दी वह सब कुछ भूलकर भेड़चाल में फंस जाता है। अगर आप भी श्रीयंत्र को घर में रखने जैसी भेड़चाल के शिकार हैं तो आज हम आपको इस यंत्र के महत्व और इसके पीछे की पौराणिक कथा से अवगत करवाने जा रहे हैं, ताकि आप श्रीयंत्र की उपयोगिता को समझ सकें।

आदि शंकराचार्य का तप

श्रीयंत्र से जुड़ी पौराणिक कथा के अनुसार एक बार अपने तप के बल से आदि शंकराचार्य ने भगवान शिव को अत्यंत प्रसन्न किया। जब शिव जी ने उनसे वरदान मांगने को कहा तो आदि शंकराचार्य ने उनसे विश्व कल्याण का उपाय पूछा।

शिव का वरदान

तब भगवान शंकर ने आदि शंकराचार्य को श्रीयंत्र प्रदान कर यह कहा कि यही विश्व कल्याण का आधार बनेगा। श्रीयंत्र प्रदान करते हुए भगवान शंकर ने आदि शंकराचार्य को श्रीयंत्र देते हुए कहा कि यह साक्षात देवी लक्ष्मी का स्वरूप है। इसके अलावा यह भी कहा कि श्रीयंत्र देवी भगवती महात्रिपुर सुदंरी का आराधना स्थल है, इस यंत्र के चक्र में उनका निवास स्थान है। इस यंत्र में देवी स्वयं विराजती हैं इसलिए यह विश्व का कल्याण करेगा।

रामबाण

आज का मनुष्य पूरी तरह भौतिकवाद से ग्रस्त हो चुका है और उसका जीवन लालच और प्रतिस्पर्धा की भेंट चढ़ चुका है। उसे अनेक प्रकार के अवसाद और समस्याओं से जूझना पड़ रहा है। ऐसे में घर में श्रीयंत्र की स्थापना उसकी सभी समस्याओं के लिए रामबाण बन सकती है।

सौभाग्य की वर्षा

इस यंत्र को श्रद्धा और आस्था के साथ अपने घर, ऑफिस या किसी अन्य व्यवसायिक स्थल पर स्थापित करने और प्रतिदिन इसकी पूजा करने से देवी प्रसन्न होती हैं और उनकी आराधना करने वाले व्यक्ति पर सौभाग्य, धन, वैभव की वर्षा करती हैं।

वास्तुदोष

अगर स्थान वास्तुदोष से पीड़ित हो या वास्तु के आधार पर सुख प्राप्त करने की इच्छा हो तो घर या ऑफिस की चारदीवारी के भीतर इस यंत्र को स्थापित करना चाहिए।

श्रीयंत्र के वृत्त

श्रीयंत्र में विभिन्न वृत्त और इसके केन्द्र में बिंदु मौजूद होती है। चारो ओर को मिलाकर इसमें नौ त्रिकोण होते हैं, जिनमें 5 के किनारे ऊपर की ओर और 4 के नीचे की ओर होती हैं।

श्रीयंत्र के प्रकार

यह यंत्र सर्व सिद्धिदायक कहा जाता है। इसे यंत्र राज भी कहा जाता है। श्रीयंत्र अनेक प्रकार के होते हैं, जिनमें भोजपत्र, त्रिलोह, ताम्रपत्र, रजत और स्वर्ण पत्र बने श्रीयंत्र मुख्य रूप से शामिल हैं।

टिक और सोने का यंत्र

इसके अलावा श्रीयंत्र स्फटिक का भी बना होता है। स्फटिक या सोने के बने श्रीयंत्र को शास्त्रों के अनुसार शुभ मुहूर्त पर ऊर्ध्वमुखी यंत्र की पूजा करने के बाद कमलगट्टे की माला से जप करने से लक्ष्मी की कृपा प्राप्त होती है। इसके अलावा अधोमुखी श्रीयंत्र को स्थापित करने से पहले उसके मंत्र का रुद्राक्ष की माला से जाप करने से शत्रु और रोगों से मुक्ति मिलती है।

Om Namah Shivay

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The Business Of Giving-2

CSR expert and author Meera Mitra thinks differently and maintains that even if good works are just business and branding efforts, these are still positives for society. Because, for a lot of corporations, philanthropy is engaging government to understand the key gap areas of development and then working strategically to fill these gaps. Corporations are also trying to ensure they meet future expectations of people by implementing social development projects and while this might be carried out in their own self-interest, the net result, is a ripple effect that does create better opportunities and living conditions.

Doubtless, some industrial houses have managed to imbibe the concept that ethics is an integral part of corporate governance. The Tatas, for instance, incorporated the idea of building economic and social infrastructure around their industries right from the outset. Jamsetji Tata did not just set up a steel plant in Jamshedpur at the turn of the 20th century; he also set up, perhaps, the first industrial township in the country. Housing, schools and hospitals were among the host of facilities provided at Jamshedpur. After independence, public sector companies set up in backward areas followed this model and set up virtual townships in remote rural areas with almost zero infrastructure.

Many business journalists have visited these townships spread across the country to find out how petroleum refineries, fertiliser factories and capital goods plants are being run by the public sector. Their achievement includes planned housing facilities, along with schools and hospitals to meet workers’ needs. In addition, the management often assists local communities in various development activities, the kind that come under the CSR banner now. Unlike public sector companies, private companies have normally not created infrastructure facilities in a big way — barring notable exceptions like the house of Tatas.

The Giving Pledge

Yet another development linked to CSR is the concept of giving away sizeable funds for charity. This is a global movement launched by the richest men in the world, Warren Buffett and Bill Gates. It has now spread to India where philanthropy, in a big way, has finally become part of industry’s lexicon. Top industrialists like Azim Premji and Shiv Nadar have publicly pledged large chunks of their riches to charitable and philanthropy activities. This may not be strictly CSR but it does come under the category of industry allocating profits for social development.

The fact is that the concept of giving away a share of profits may be aimed at improving image, but it is also true that ultimately, it does help the less-privileged and uplifts the economy. Therefore, even if critics say the motivation is profit-oriented, it is indeed benevolent activity for society. Surely then we, as members of society, need to acknowledge, support and commend corporations for moving in the right direction.

Om Namah Shivay

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The Business Of Giving-1

Are projects carried out as part of corporate social responsibility a boon or bane for society,wonder many among us.

When a business house sets out to do good work for the community, most of us have an innate sense that it is probably doing something to improve its bottom line and no more. And that’s probably true in some cases. As is their corporate dharma, corporate social responsibility-related work is often viewed by business houses as an opportunity to boost their market image. Good publicity is good for business. And every bit counts. For instance, on a smaller scale, even initiatives like maintaining a public park or paying for housing colony security gates can go a long way. Hoardings publicise the work — that a certain company is maintaining the park or that it has set up a security gate. When it comes to much larger investments, there is even more scepticism among cynics about the reason for the largesse.

Many large houses have set up schools and hospitals like the Birlas, Tatas, and Ambanis. In most cases, the schools cater to affluent sections of society and there is little scope for the less-privileged. The same goes for hospitals that are run on a revenue model rather than as subsidised charity institutions directed at uplift. HCL’s Shiv Nadar Foundation and the ITC e-chaupal project are perhaps among the few that have sought to set up centres of educational excellence in rural areas for the marginalised.

Good Karma Or Branding?

Economist Surajit Mazumdar argues that ultimately, private companies are profit-oriented and their activities are all subservient to this final objective. Their CSR activities may be positive initiatives but aim at building up the image of the corporation as well as ensuring that it retains a dominant status in society. At the same time, Mazumdar is not opposed to CSR activities if they help alleviate poverty and improve quality of life. He is critical, however, of the concept of compulsory CSR as this would imply the state is trying to abdicate its responsibility to meet the economic and social requirements of the community. 

In some cases, Mazumdar concedes that much good is being done for less-privileged and disadvantaged people. Azim Premji’s Wipro Foundation, for instance, has decided to invest in improving the quality of government schools in Karnataka. But he notes these are isolated initiatives and such a welcome visionary approach is not taken in toto by industrialists across the board.

Om Namah Shivay

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RICHNESS IS WHEN YOU NEED NO MORE

In 1923, eight of the wealthiest people in the world met. Their combined wealth, it is estimated, exceeded the wealth of the government of the United States at that time. These men certainly knew how to make a living and accumulate wealth. But let’s examine what happened to them 25 years later.

President of the largest steel company, Charles Schwab, lived on borrowed capital for five years before he died bankrupt. President of the largest gas company, Howard Hubson, went insane. One of the greatest commodity traders, Arthur Cutton, died insolvent. President of the New York Stock Exchange, Richard Whitney, was sent to jail. A member of the President’s Cabinet, Albert Fall, was pardoned from jail to go home and die in peace.

The greatest “bear” on Wall Street, Jessie Livermore, committed suicide. President of the world’s greatest monopoly, Ivar Krueger, committed suicide. President of the Bank of International Settlement, Leon Fraser, committed suicide.

What they forgot was how to make a life! Money in itself is not evil! Money provides food for the hungry, medicine for the sick, clothes for the needy. Money is only a medium of exchange. We need two kinds of education. One that teaches us how to make a living and one that teaches us how to live.

There are people who are so engrossed in their professional life that they neglect their family, health, spiritual life and social responsibilities. If asked why they do this they would reply that they were doing it for their family. Our kids are sleeping when we leave home. They are sleeping when we come home. Twenty years later, we’ll turn back, and they’ll all be gone. Without water, a ship cannot move. The ship needs water, but if the water gets into the ship, the ship will face problems. What was once a means of living for the ship will now become a means of destruction.

Similarly we live in a time where earning is a necessity but let not the earning enter our hearts, for what was once a means of living will be become a means of destruction. So take a moment and ask yourself….has water entered my ship?

RICHNESS is not Earning More, Spending More Or Saving More, but “RICHNESS IS WHEN YOU NEED NO MORE”

Have the best of weekends ahead…

Once Again Please Remember The reality of Wealth:

* “RICHNESS IS WHEN YOU NEED NO MORE” *

Om Namah Shivay

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