Kurukulla, The Daikini of Magic & Enchantments Empowerment
Founder: Gabriella Yasmin Szafman
You will receive 1 distant attunement and 1, 36 page emailed pdf manual, sent electronically by link
More than any other figure in the Buddhist pantheon, Kurukulla becomes the Buddhist goddess of love and sex, corresponding to the Western gooddesses Aphrodite and Venus. Among the attributes she holds in her four hands, four arms being her most common manifestation, are the flower-entwined bow and arrow, reminiscent of the Western Eros and Cupid, although as the goddess of witchcraft, she is more akin to Diana.
She can be called upon to exercise her powers of enchantment and bewitchment to bring under her power the evil spirits who work against the welfare of humanity whether they be a personal enemy, boss, politicina, recalcitrant lover.
Originating from the country of Uddiyana is the goddess dakini Kurukulla. The name Kurukulla is translated into Tibetan as Rigjyedma (rig-byed-ma), “she who is the cause knowledge.” Kurukulla appears to have become popular originally, and she remains so even among the Tibetans today, because of her association with the magical function of enchantment (dbang gi ‘phrin-las) or the bewitching of people in order to bring them under one’s power (dbang du bsdud).
Call upon her when commencing a project, a new business or enterprise.use When going to court to win a law suit because she can subdue and subjugate the demonic and the human force that stands in your way.
- Use her energies for:
- Wealth & Well-Being
- Tarot and Rune Divination
- New Projects
- Wish manifestation
- Well Being
Attunement to Dakini Kurukulla will may assist with but not limited to: Kurukulla wears a crown of five skulls signifying the five perfections, whereas she herself embodies the sixth perfection, that of wisdom.
She wears a necklace of fifty freshly severed human heads dripping blood because she vanquishes the fifty negative emotions. She is dancing because she is active and energetic, her compassionate activity manifesting in both Samsara and Nirvana. She dances, treading upon a male human corpse because she enchants and subjugates the demon of ego and desire also known as Kamadeva. She stands within a flaming aura because her nature is hot and enflamed with passion and upon a lotus blossom because she is a pure vision of enlightened awareness. In the practitioner’s meditation, such is the recollection of the purity (dag dran) of the vision of the goddess. Usually she is one faced but can have 2, 4, 6 or 8 arms. In the 6 armed form she has six Dhyani Buddhas engraved on her crown; in the 2 armed form she is known as Sukla Kurkulla; in the 4 armed form she is known as Oddiyana Kurkulla and by several other names.
Her mantra is ‘Om Kukulle Hum Hrih Svaha’.