Deities › Kurukullā
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Texts related to Kurukullā (rig byed ma)—also known to Tibetans as Kurukulle—a deity of the Lotus family associated with the activity of magnetization or enchantment and one of the twenty-one Tārā emanations:
- Bestowing the Splendour of Great Bliss: A Brief Fulfilment Offering for the Padma Ḍākinī by Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö
A concise practice of fulfilment for the magnetizing Lotus Ḍākinī or Pema Khandro (padma mkha' 'gro).
Mipham composed this simple practice of guru yoga focussed upon the red magnetizing goddess Kurukullā (rig byed ma) in 1891.
The first part of the Tidro (ti sgro) cycle to be revealed, this Kurukullā practice is—in Khenchen's own description—not entirely terma yet not entirely his own composition either.
A simple practice of Kurukullā, the female deity associated with magnetizing activity.
A four-line verse to accompany the offering of sang (bsang), or fragrant incense smoke, to Kurukullā and her retinue.
Mipham Rinpoche composed this more extensive practice for offering sang, or purificatory incense smoke, to the magnetizing ḍākinī Kurukullā at the request of a doctor named Atsang.
A four-line liturgy to accompany the offering of torma to Kurukullā, goddess of magnetizing.
A simple feast-offering text for use in conjunction with sādhanas related to the magnetizing deity of the lotus family, Kurukullā.