Featured Video: Guided White Tara visualization and teaching with Mantra, Venerable Zasep Rinpoche
Wonderful 30-minute White Tara teaching: how to practice, including visualizations — with the profound practice of five-colour healing light — from Venerable Zasep Rinpoche, with animated visualization graphics.
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OM TARE TUTTARE TURE MAMA AYU PUNYE JNANA PUSHTIM KURU SOHA
Some quotes from video:
“When you practice White Tara… you are also creating good karma… it purifies unwholesome karmas of your past…” Rinpoche then instructs in the details of the visualizations: “First you visualize a lotus moon cushion, then you visualize a white TAM syllable.” (Accompanied by visualizations graphics)… “The white TAM slowly gets bigger, slowly merging with yourself… transforms into White Tara. I, myself, become White Tara… I am holding a blue uptala flower in my left hand with my hand in the mudra of the Buddhas of the three times… I, myself, as White Tara, am the embodiment of the Buddhas of the past, present and future… White Tara has seven eyes… one eye on the forehead, the wisdom eye, then one eye in each palm of the hand… and the bottom of the feet…” He goes on to describe visualizing the mantra surrounding a White TAM syllable at your heart, and the white light filling your body, healing energy. “While you’re repeating White Tara mantra, imagine your entire body is filled with white light… the light of longevity and good health.”
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