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The verse is talking about the abheda (non-difference) that exists between yantra, mantra and devata. There is a very similar verse in the Kularnava Tantra's 6th chapter (86th verse). yantram mantramayam proktam devata mantrarupini | yantre sa pujita devi sahasaiva prasidati || Yantra is endowed with mantras (or mantric qualities); and devata is of the ...


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Sri Vidya mantras (particularly the Shodashi or Shodakshari mantra) are the most secretive among all mantras. So, the rule is to recite only after getting initiated from a Guru of that Parampara (of Sri Vidya). Swami Shivananda, advises to recite a lot mantras in his book "Japa Yoga - A comprehensive treatise on Mantra Sastra ", but for Sri Vidya ...


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