Most powerful protection against negative energy | Green Tara Mantra | Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha

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Reciting praises of Green-Tara is a simple and beneficial practice that anyone can do. The only qualification needed is some degree of faith in the Goddess. As one recites, one visualizes Her either in front of oneself or above one's head, with the attributes described in texts and taught by gurus, and perhaps others one has deduced. She is not flat like a painting, but with as many dimensions as one can visualize; not static and opaque like a statue, but intensely alive and made entirely of light, brilliant and with every detail sharp yet all transparent. Even far off, one senses Her presence through the waves of calm radiated by Her perfect inner peace, making our worldly troubles seem insignificant. The main Tārā mantra is the same for Buddhists and Hindus alike: “Oṃ Tāre Tuttāre Ture Svāhā“. It is pronounced by Tibetans and Buddhists who follow the Tibetan traditions as oṃ tāre tu tāre ture soha. The literal translation would be “Oṃ O Tārā, I pray O Tārā, O Swift One, So Be It!“ Recite in the mind, until you're tired, this mantra of ten syllables. First we place an OM , and then after that we add TARE, After that TURE and TUTTARE, finally SVAHA. Within Tibetan Buddhism Tārā is regarded as a bodhisattva of compassion and action. She is the female aspect of Avalokiteśvara and in some origin stories she comes from his tears. She is known as the Mother of Mercy and Compassion. She is the source, the female aspect of the universe, which gives birth to warmth, compassion and relief from bad karma as experienced by ordinary beings in cyclic existence. She engenders, nourishes, smiles at the vitality of creation, and has sympathy for all beings as a mother does for her children. As Green Tārā she offers succor and protection from all the unfortunate circumstances one can encounter within the samsaric world Music Exclusive Copyright ⓒ 2022Next Level Meditation. All Rights Reserved. Most powerful protection against negative karma | Green Tara Mantra | Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha The Pictures and Footages in the video are created / edited in the Meditation Centre or Commercially licensed from Storyblocks/Videoblocks. Cameras: Sony HDR CX 405 Full HD / Sony IMX586 / 4K /48-megapixel (f/, ) Instruments we use for the music: Sitar, Sarangi, Tanbur, Flute, Drums Green Tārā, (śyāmatārā) associated with peacefulness and enlightened activity is the most depicted and the central aspect of Tārā from which others such as the 21 Tārās emanate. In her Green form, she is often also known as Khadiravaṇi-Tārā (Tārā of the acacia forest), who appeared to Nagarjuna in the Khadiravani forest of South India and protects from the eight great fears. As Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche, in his Introduction to the Red Tārā Sadhana, notes of his lineage: “Tārā is the flawless expression of the inseparability of emptiness, awareness and compassion. Just as you use a mirror to see your face, Tārā meditation is a means of seeing the true face of your mind, devoid of any trace of delusion“. To perform a correct execution the practitioner must be prepared and take on the proper disposition. The preparations may be grouped as “internal“ and “external“. Both are necessary to achieve the required concentration. The preparations are of two types: external and internal. The external preparations consist of cleaning the meditation room, setting up a shrine with images of Buddha Shakyamuni and Green Tara, and setting out a beautiful arrangement of offerings. We can use water to represent nectar for drinking, water for bathing the feet, and perfume. For the remaining offerings—flowers, incense, light, and pure food—if possible we should set out the actual substances. As for internal preparations, we should try to improve our compassion, bodhichitta, and correct view of emptiness through the practice of the stages of the path, and to receive a Tantric empowerment of Green Tara. It is possible to participate in group pujas if we have not yet received an empowerment, but to gain deep experience of this practice we need to receive an empowerment. The main internal preparation is to generate and strengthen our faith in Arya Tara, regarding her as the synthesis of all Gurus, Yidams, and Buddhas. why are you still reading? youre curious? Child of your lineage! As you are striving for the sake of sentient beings in the Land of Snows, intercede in their suffering, and I shall be your companion in this endeavor! #buddhism #protection #mantra #healing #monastery #puja #lama #dalai #chant #buddha #guru #tara #imeeooi #metta #vajrasana #guru #mantra #puja #buddhism #tibet #nepal #india #indonesia #bhutan #aura #protection #manifest #saga #om #nextlevelmeditation @NextLevelMeditation - Powerful Protection Chant to Remove Negative Energy

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