While the original pair of hands hold the Root Mudra, the other sixteen hands hold thefollowing implements in a clockwise direction: wish-fulfilling banner, lotus, vase for bathing, lasso, dharmachakra, conch, precious vase, wisdom chest, head-dress, vajrascepter, hook, axe, heavenly fruit, mala beads, wisdom sword, and Fearless Mudra.Enter the Heart of the Blessed Mother
Form root mudra then, Recite the Heart Mantra 1 full mala(hold onto the mental picture; your 3rd eye fixed on the deity)
Om Cale Cule Cundi SvahaOm Bhrum
Visualize that the third eye at Maha Cundi Bodhisattva's brow-point shines a brilliantlight into one's third eye. As the third eye of Maha Cundi Bodhisattva
emitting abrilliant white light, it arches and enters one's body through the crown chakra, purifyingthe body into crystal white. All negative karmas, or sickness look like tar, and areflushed out through the lower part of the body. Dwell on this visualization until there isno distinction between Cundi Bodhisattva and oneself. As the light continues to streaminward a red eight petal lotus blooms in ones heart with the “vam” in the center and themantra chain in blazing light.
Read the Maha Cundi Sutra,The Heart of the Mother of Seven Koti Buddhas
Buddha Speaks the Sutra of Maha Cundi Dharani, The Heart of the Mother of Seven Koti Buddhas
Translated during Tang Dynasty by Tripitaka Master Divakara from IndiaOnce, the Buddha was dwelling near Shravasti, at the Anathapindada Garden in theJeta Forest. At that time the World-Honoured One was contemplating and observing thesentient beings of the future. Out of great compassion for them, the Buddha decided toexpound on the Dharani of Cundi, the heart of the mother of seven kotis of buddhas.Thus, the Buddha revealed the mantra:N
AMO SAPTANAM SAMYAKSAMBUDDHA KOTINAM. TADYATHA: OM! CALE,CULE, CUNDI SVAHA!
If any bhiksu(monk), bhisuni(nun), upasaka(layman), or upasika(laywoman) upholdsand recites this dharani 800,000 times, all his or her deadly karmic transgressionscreated since beginningless time shall be eliminated. The individual shall earn theopportunity to meet all buddhas and bodhisattvas wherever he or she is born, and shallbe endowed with all accumulations of merit as the individual wishes. The individual shallgain the opportunity to renounce worldly existence in every lifetime, maintaining all theprecepts and vows of a bodhisattva.