# S Natarajans Om Binaural Kubera and Laxmi Money Mantra (WealthGiving)

**Artist/Band:** Abishek Natarajan
The Golden Ratio (1.618), is a figure sacred to designers . The
Golden Ratio is also known by the number phi, and is otherwise called
the Golden mean, Divine Proportion or the Golden section.

The ratio
of one of the sides to the other is the same as the ratio of the sum of
the sides to the former. This Golden Ratio has prime importance in
architectural design, as it lends a very aesthetic appearance to the
object. The Pyramids in Egypt have their dimensions in a proportion
equal to it. Leonardo da Vinci, the famed inventor and artist, has used
the Golden ratio in many of his creations, most famously, the Vitruvian
man (of "The Da Vinci Code"). Even the ratio of Fibonacci numbers
(1,1,2,3,5,8,...) is successively approximate to the Golden ratio.

The
relevance of the Golden Ratio to India and Hinduism, is quite
interesting. Sri Yantra, an object of meditation that finds place in
Puja Rooms is the great symbol of Golden Ratio.Combine the chanting with
the visual element you are fully connected.

Sri Yantras are formed
by 9 interlocking isoceles triangles. 4 of them point upwards and
represent the female energy Shakti, while the other 5 point downwards,
representing the male energy Shiva. These triangles are not ordinarily
composed, but have aspects of the Golden Ratio in them. Just as we can
have rectangles drawn to the specifications of the Golden Ratio,
triangles too can have their properties.

Triangles have 3 variates:
The base length, the slant length and the height. The angle also plays a
major role. What is amazing is that the triangle of the Yantra is a
proportionate cross-section of the Giza Pyramid, incorporating both
special numbers pi (3.142...) and phi (1.618...) ratio. And the base
angle of the triangle in the Yantra is seen to be around 51 degrees, the
same value that was attributed to the base of the Great Pyramid of
Giza.

The standard form of Sriyantra, with 9 interwoven triangles,
constitutes a total of 43 triangles. The center of the Yantra has a
Bindu (dot), which is the focus of the way you can meditate. You can
either start from the inside and move out, or do it vice versa. The
former is a constructive view, while the latter is a destructive one.

The
Sriyantra might look a fairly simple design, but the construction is a
highly complex affair. There are innumerous intersections that take
place between the lines of the 9 triangles, and these cuts are supposed
to be concurrent. Thus, changing the position of any one shape will
require adjustments in all the corresponding figures. If the
intersection of the lines does not happen at a particular point, the
concurrency is lost, and so is the significance. Some consider Om, the
primordial source of life, Mahalakshmi mantra the proteins in it and
there was a finding about how it was a manifestation of the DNA form,
etc.

There is separate reference to the Golden Ratio in connection
with Kuber, the God of Wealth. It is said that Lord Kuber's treasure,
the most prized collection of wealth in the universe, is hidden inside
the mystical Mt.Meru. Now, Mt.Meru is also the name given to a special
triangle formed by the ancient mathematician Pingala, and is called
MaatraMeru. And this triangle is today called the Pascal's triangle.

What
is of interest is that when you move diagonally upwards starting from
the first digit on each line and sum the corresponding digits along each
diagonal, you end up getting the nos of the Fibonacci series, which
in-turn are in the Golden ratio. It can be inferred that ancient texts
give special importance and reverence to this "divine ratio", forming it
the basis of how one reaches the treasure of the Gods.Chant with the
vibration to be heard and granted wealth.

Chanting Mahalaxmi &
Kubera Mantras along with the track is considered to open up the
treasure chest of Kubera. Natarajan's OM Binaural beats are there to
bring tranquility of mind to absorb and make the chanting reverberate in
your hearts where Lakshmi is staying.

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 07 May, 2011.