Dr. Jenny Cymatics: when AUM is sounded the shape produced is that of the
ancient symbol for AUM (the Sri Yantra). This suggests that the ancients
knew something! Perhaps when sounding in meditation, the vibration
created the form in their minds. Hebrew, Sanskrit, Egyptian and Tibetan
are generally considered to be sacred languages, that have the power of
shaping reality. This suggests that by sounding sacred texts, by singing
sacred vowels, our cells resonate into a more coherent shape, in which
our energies are synchronized with those of God / Universe / Source.“
The Sri chakra is inside the temples of our body’s! That’s why we can substitute a Meru for a living person and worship them as the divine principal.
The Sri Yantra is a type of mystical diagram, known as a yantra, found in the Shri Vidya school of Hindu tantra. It is formed by nine interlocking triangles that surround and radiate out from the central (bindu) point. The two dimensional Sri Chakra, when it is projected into three dimensions is called a Maha Meru. Mount Meru derives its name from this Meru like shape.
It represents the goddess in her form of Shri Lalita or Tripura Sundari, “the beauty of the three worlds” - Bhoo, Bhuva and Swa. (Earth, Atmosphere and Sky(heaven)). The worship of the Sri Chakra is central to the Shri Vidya system of Hindu worship.
Sri Yantra also signifies the union of Masculine and Feminine Divine. Because it is composed of nine triangles, it is known as the Navayoni Chakra.
These nine triangles are of various sizes and intersect with one another. In the middle is the power point (bindu), visualizing the highest, the invisible, elusive centre from which the entire figure and the cosmos expand. The triangles are enclosed by two rows of (8 and 16) petals, representing the lotus of creation and reproductive vital force. The broken lines of the outer frame denote the figure to be a sanctuary with four openings to the regions of the universe".
The Shri Chakra is also known as the nav chakra because it can also be seen as having nine levels. “Nine” comes from “Nau or Nava” of Sanskrit. Each level corresponds to a mudra, a yogini, and a specific form of the deity Tripura Sundari along with her mantra.