Video: Protection from Every Danger: Green Tara Mantra 2 hours Om Tare Tuttare Ture Svaha

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    Om Tare Tuttare Ture Svaha is the ultimate activity mantra of the Activity of all the Buddhas. It is a powerful supplication to save us from the 8 fears and dangers to Mother Tara, who is the swift and heroic champion of suffering beings.

    Tara, the Swift Mother, is known as the fastest protection and help for “any danger” — the help of our own loving mother. Green Tara is especially powerful as She encompasses all four of the activities (in Tibetan symbolism, Green combines all the other colors): pacifying and healing, magnetizing and enchanting, increasing (wealth and vitality and auspiciousness), and wrath (to overcome evil, black magic, our own obstacles, and so on).

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    The mantra has many layers of activation and meaning:

    • Om , is homage to the Body Speech and Mind of Tara.
    • Tare, liberates and saves us from suffering in Samsara — the suffering of this world and all six worlds.
    • Tuttare liberates us from the 8 inner dangers, 8 external types of dangers and 8 supernatural dangers. These are symbolically stated as lions, elephants, and so on, but represent every danger. Each external danger is a class of dangers: 
    • “Lions” means any dangerous animal or predatory threat;
    • “Elephants” means any angry being who threatens us – “Fire” represents any natural threat from fires, heat, drought or war, even bodily “fever”
    • “Snakes” represent any threat from poison, diseases, epidemics, or environmental threats such as pollution
    • “Robbers” represent any threat from crime or criminals, or even broader economic factors that rob us of livelihood
    • “Prisons” refer to anything that imprisons our freedoms, any chains such as the prejudice of others, corrupt officials, and so on.
    • “Floods” refer to any danger from the watery elements, not only floods, but oceans, storms, waves, drowning or any danger from water.
    • “Demons” refers to any supernatural threat outwardly (and the matching internal demons, psychosis, and so on.
    • As explained by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, these dangers mirror the “internal” poisons of pride (lions), delusion (elephants), hatred (fire), jealousy (snakes), wrong views (robbers), greed (prisons), desire (floods), attachment (demons), helping us to overcome them.
    • Thus, Tuttare liberates us from every outer and inner danger as well as supernatural, such as ill-intentions of others, curses, and evil magics.
    • Ture, liberates us from disease.
    • Svaha, is the root of the path, and means “be it so” or “well said.”

    In other words, Green Tara, and her Mantra combines all of the powers and activities of all 21 Taras, which is “all of the activities of all of the Buddhas.” She is the Mother of the Buddhas, because she is the Buddha of Karma and Wisdom.

    For more about Mother Tara and her vast and heroic activities, see our Tara Playlist on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8d71VyWOwkHDj6bnxtvhGJMqxjcKvMqE Or, our section on Buddha Weekly with extensive written features: https://buddhaweekly.com/tara/

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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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