Video: Arya Tara Karma Mother Sanskrit Mantra 108 Times: Heroic Activity Savioress

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    Mother Tara is more than the “swift one, the hero” who leaps to our aid when we are in trouble — she is the Mother Buddha of the Northern Purelands, the co-equal Buddha with Amoghasiddhi. Tara, as the Prajna Mother of Karma (Activity) is the most accessible in our world.

    Her mantra in Sanskrit is:

    Om Tare Tutture Ture Svaha

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    Her sacred Seed Syllable (heart syllable) is TAM.

    If you are in trouble, those with faith simply call out her name, her seed syllable TAM or her mantra.

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    Arya Tara Prajna Mother, Shining Star Saviour, Drolma


    Co-Equal Consort: Amoghasiddhi

    Poison they remedy: jealousy and the attachments that arise from jealousy

    Wisdom: All Accomplishing (the activities of wisdom or accomplishiment)

    Family: Vishvavajra or Double Vajra

    Color: Green

    Element: Air and Wind (Chi in the Body)

    Position: North

    She is the Mother of the Northern Karma family. Her Green Color symbolizes the combination of all four activities into one: pacifying evil and obstacles, magnetizing and empowering positive karma, enriching, and even wrathful (like the wrathful mother, protecting her children.) She is all of these, and more, as the Mother of All the Buddhas.

    She is called the Mother of All Buddhas because she represents Enlightened Wisdom — and the activities of wisdom in our samsaric world. Through wisdom, all Buddha’s and Bodhisattvas can attain Enlightenment. Wisdom is mother.

    Her co-equal is the Buddha of the North Amoghasiddhi, also green in color.

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    Lee Kane

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    Lee Kane is the editor of Buddha Weekly, since 2007. His main focuses as a writer are mindfulness techniques, meditation, Dharma and Sutra commentaries, Buddhist practices, international perspectives and traditions, Vajrayana, Mahayana, Zen. He also covers various events.
    Lee also contributes as a writer to various other online magazines and blogs.

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