Atha Śrī Kubera Vidyāmbā Saptadaśākṣarī Mantraḥ (अथ श्रीकुबेरविद्याम्बा सप्तदशाक्षरी मन्त्र:) :-
Source - Āmnāya mandāram.
Purpose :- Accumulation of immense spiritual wealth. Self-realization and Spiritual emancipation are also possible with proper practice and perseverance.
Pre-requisites :- Initiation to the mantra is recommended. One should have recited Śrī Vidyā Pañcadaśakṣarī mantra or its variations, to be eligible for this mantra.
Introduction :- This mantra is almost identical to the Śrī Vidyā Kadi Śuddha Pañcadaśākṣarī mantra. There is an infusion of the life sustaining Prāṇa into the third Śakti kūṭa of the mantra, with the addition of the ‘sa’ and ‘ha’ letters corresponding to inhalation and exhalation. They also represent Śakti and Śiva respectively, who are nothing but the dynamic and static aspects of the super-consciousness Parabrahman.
Since it is the last kūṭa associated with Pañcadaśi, and since the akṣarā-s without anusvaram "ṃ", are called Śakti tattvas, according to Kashmir Shaivism, It becomes imminent therefore, that the ‘sa’ akṣara is representative of the pratibimba - "reflection" - of Śiva’s Ānanda śakti and therefore is associated with the sense of Aham-idam (I am This). Likewise, the ‘ha’ akṣara is a reflection of cit śakti, therefore it is the pure “I” consciousness. In this context, it is also significant that Pañcadaśi deals with Kāmakalā. Therefore ‘ha’, in terms of Kāmakalā, is the hakārārdham, ‘ha’ which is equivalent to the yoni vowel ‘e’. Thus it is the yoni, the root of the manmatha kalā. Added to the fact, that the Śakti kūṭa is associated with Lalitā, as She is the third brahman parā bīja "sauḥ" within the trinity of Sat (Kāli), Cit (Tārā), Ānanda (Lalitā). This clearly points to a surplus of bliss to the mantra, an emphasis on the aspect of Transcendent immanence (Parātparā). Therefore, Kubera Vidyāmbā is the true richness, the fulfillment of all bliss!
The first Vāgbhāva (knowledge) and the middle Kāmarāja (desires) kūṭa-s of the Śrī Vidyā Kadi Śuddha Pañcadaśākṣarī mantra, are not touched in this mantra and remain AS IS.
Acknowledgments :- Sincere and special thanks to Shri Bernardo Repetto, for his invaluable translation and input in the translation and proof-reading of this document.
1. viniyogaḥ (विनियोगः) :-
asyaśrī śrī kubera vidyāmbā mahā mantrasya ।
dakṣiṇāmūrti ṛṣiḥ ।
anuṣṭup chandaḥ ।
śrī kuberāmbā devatā ।
ka e ī la hrīm̐ bījaṃ ।
ha sa ka ha la hrīm̐ śaktiḥ ।
sa ha sa ka la hrīm̐ kīlakaṃ ।
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