VAJRAKILIA (VAJRAKILAYA) MANTRA AND CHANT
The generation of Vajrakīlaya comes from the Mahāyoga (“Great Yoga”) teachings of Tibet for transforming all experiences into an enlightened expression. Vajrakīlaya is a wrathful form of Vajrasattva, the pure vajra nature of Enlightenment. In this imagery, the Compassion of the Buddhas is expressed “forcefully”, to eradicate in a powerful way the entrenched ignorance and emotional afflictions which cause obstacles, interfering with auspicious circumstances and preventing the dawning of realization.
In the often repeated words of the root Kīlaya verses, “the Vajra Wrath cuts off hatred” (rdo rje khros pas zhe sdang gcod). The most negative and destructive emotional poison of hatred and aggression is utterly vanquished and transformed by the compassionate enlightened wrath of the deity, who is our own pure inner nature, unsullied by the turmoil of the emotional afflictions. Thus, this practice is similarly powerful in overcoming all the afflictions, of anger, delusion, jealousy, pride, passion, and so on. As well as being a supreme path for spiritual development, the practice of Vajrakīlaya is effective in pacifying social conflicts and disturbances, mending breaches between opposing energetic complications.
This recording in the key of “OM” was meant to be played softy in the background while going about your daily tasks. It will clear all negative energies from a room, or can be used when praying to heal large social conflicts. Though I chant the mantra over and over, the spatial quality changes through the whole 45 minutes, designed to penetrate specifically targeted subconscious layers of conditioning. Negative beings or energies, on all levels of existence, will either change or leave when exposed to these frequencies.