Buddhist teachers are universal in their enthusiasm for White Tara practice. Almost every teacher has real-life stories of people close to them who have been helped by White Tara, especially for health, long-life and auspiciousness.
Chant along with the beautiful voice and melody of Hrishikesh Sonar 108 times — a beautiful healing practice with stunning White Tara images:
According to Venerable Lama Phuntsock:
“White Arya Tara, from among the 21 Taras, frees practitioners from untimely death. It is truly possible to extend the span of one’s life by practicing White Tara and this will be very beneficial for one’s Dharma practice.”
The practice can be as simple as chanting her mantra, while visualizing healing energy flowing into your body. Chant along with Hrishikesh Sonar, the beautiful Sanskrit mantra of Glorious Arya White Tara.
Om Tare Tuttare Ture Mama Ayuh Punya Jnana Pushtim Kuru Svaha
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