Yantra Therapy

What is Yantra Therapy?
What is Yantra?
How does Yantra Therapy work ?

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What is Yantra Therapy?

Yantra Therapy involves physical body action in conjunction with the use of a yantra symbol or diagram. The most important individual human quality required for Yantra Therapy is ‘sensitivity of feeling’. Certain individuals are what we call hyper sensitive to their own inner processes, feelings and imaginative thought, and this is a remarkable benefit for those using this therapeutic approach.

What is a Yantra?

A Yantra is any symbol or diagram that will aid our meditation practice or therapeutic process. Although there are many symbols & diagrams which may be used as Yantra, the most common one we use is a 12 pointed circle. The circular symbol has 6 pairs of opposite significances. It also has 4 interlacing functions representing 4 levels of the human being; the physical body, the psychological body, the mental body, and the spiritual body. The functional correspondences at the physical level for example are represented in the digestive, circulatory, respiratory, and nervous systems of the physical body. But there are also the psychological, mental, and the spiritual functions beyond the physical. All may be involved in Yantra Therapy, subject to the client’s interests and requirements. This is a very intricate and specialised therapeutic approach to resolving relational difficulties.

How Does it Work?

The way in which Yantra Therapy works is by providing the person/client an opportunity to understand the dynamics of relationship.

Relationships may be:-

  • Between the individual & other people; partners, family, friends or associates.
  • Between the individual & distant or departed people.
  • Between the individual & the universal or absolute source of being.
  • Between different levels of being within the one individual.

Initial Appointment

The individual client or couple comes to the initial appointment with an outline of the particular relationship interests and concerns they have. The therapy begins at the first appointment and may continue with further sessions, usually a week apart, until the understanding is reached. However the understanding begins and may be completed, with difficulties resolved, at the first session.