Video: Mantra Eliminates All Poisons:18th White Tara Lord Atisha Lineage Sanskrit Chanted 108 Times

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    White Tara Who Neutralizes Poisons is the Eighteenth Tara of the twenty-one. She eliminates not only physical poisons but the internal poisons of anger, hate and attachment. Her mantra according to Lord Atisha’s great lineage is:

    om tare tuttare ture naga visha shantim kuru svaha

    तरे तुत्तरे तुरे नगा विश शन्तिम कुरु स्वहा



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    Noble Arya Tara emanates in countless forms. Tara embodies the activities of all the Buddhas of all three times. In Mahayana Sutra, she is part of the story of every Enlightened Buddha. For this reason we see Green Tara with Amoghasiddhi as Father and Mother of the Karma or Action Family. We also see several White Taras, as members of the Buddha Family of Vairochana, Yellow Taras as members of the Jewel Family of Ratnasambhava, many Red Taras as members of the Padma Family of Amitabha and the Blue and Black Taras as members of Akshobhya’s Vajra family. All, are emanations of Glorious Mother Tara.



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