Parnashavari is Tara’s Healing emanation, also lovingly known as Tara Dressed in Leaves. Her mantra is renowned through the centuries, for healing and especially for effectiveness against epidemics. In this Buddha Weekly special presentation, enjoy the healing mantras and visualization images of Healing Paranashari.
Sing-along MANTRA (Sanskrit)
Om Pishachi Parnashavari Sarvajora Prashamanayeh Svaha
Tibetan version (very similar)
OM PI-SA-CHI PAR-NA-SHA-VA-RI SAR-VA ZO-LA PRA-SHAMA- NA YE SO-HA
Singing, music and arrangement by
Chant along now, while meditating on her holy form, visualizing healing light entering your body.
As always for any health or healing meditation, always first consult with your health care providers. Meditation and mantras are helpful supports, but not a replacement for health care.
Artwork credit: Thomas Edwards.
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