Kurukulla Evening Lecture and Meditation by Andy Weber


Friday, 12 April, 19:00 – 20:30 PDT (7:00 PM – 8:30 PM)
An introduction to goddess Kurukulla and her iconography. Lecture and meditation hosted by Britain’s Andy Weber, a life-long practitioner and instructor.

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Friday, 12 April 2024, 19:00 – 20:30 PDT (7:00 PM – 8:30 PM US Pacific Daylight Savings Time)

A live, in-person introduction to this captivating goddess and her iconography from a life-long practitioner and instructor. This lecture and meditation is included for paid weekend workshop participants (don’t pay twice). This purchase is for those who can only join us Friday night.

This is a wrathful goddess and therefore respectful dharmic conduct is required. Please arrive clean and healthy – do not attend if you have flu-like symptoms (refunds will be given). Location address in the Berkeley Hills will be given after registration is paid. Wooden chairs are provided, but we suggest you bring a cushion.

The mandala of Kurukulla was brought to Tibet by Atisha Dipamkara in the 11th Century and was popular in the early Kadampa school. This goddess is a female Buddha who is considered to be an emanation of goddess Tara, symbol of the active enlightenment. Kurukulla’s form is associated with stability and success in worldly matters, as well as magical powers, such as subjugating evil powers, personal enemies and attracting material wealth. Her three eyes stare into the past, present, and future. With her four arms and ritual ornaments, she hooks whatever sentient beings desire.

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