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The inner meaning of shri chakra

The Veda clearly says that you can achieve God only through sacrifice of money

People worship the yantras, which are the metallic plates containing the flow-sheet diagrams of certain important spiritual concepts preserved by the ancestors. Such diagrams on the metallic plates are not meant for worship.


The real concepts should be understood with the help of a real spiritual preacher. Some letters (Bijaaksharas) used in such diagrams represent certain items like the letters a, b, c…x, y, z etc. used in the flow-sheet diagrams of science and engineering. I cannot imagine the climax of ignorance of these people, who worship such flow-sheet diagrams without understanding the underlying concepts!


Shri Chakra is very important flow-sheet diagram. The word ‘Shri’ stands for the wealth, which is the central point of this picture. It is true that the entire world is rotating around the money and wealth, which is the most wonderful item of the creation of God. This item is so important since the real love or devotion can be proven with the help of it only. The Veda clearly says that you can achieve God only through sacrifice of money (Dhanena Tyagenaikena…). The word money (Dhana) is specifically mentioned by the Veda because the conversion of money into any other form of wealth is easy and any basic need can be immediately met with money. Even the Gita gave the highest importance to the sacrifice of fruit of work, which is money or wealth only. The Gita says that everything ends with the sacrifice of fruit of work (Thyagat Shantiranantaram...). The word ‘Shanti’ in the verse denotes the final full stop.


Krishna, the Lord in human form, attacked this fundamental point only at the outset in His childhood itself. Gopikas sold milk, curd and butter in the nearby city for their livelihood. Krishna started stealing these items, which are their money or wealth. This money was not even their excess wealth. It was just their basic need of their lives. Therefore, this test is the same as the test of Shaktuprastha. Some Gopikas won in the test and were blessed to reach the highest plane called as Goloka. Several Gopikas failed in this test and quarreled with the mother of the Lord. This means that even several sages failed because Gopikas were sages only. Sages are highest learned of all the human beings. Several sages failed in this test of wealth, not to speak of ordinary human beings.


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