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Tibetan Buddhist Thangka of Chenrezig

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Green Tara

Southwest Dharma Celebration Green Tara empowerment and teachings Feb 2014

Green Tara

The Green Tara mantra, Om Tare Tuttare Ture Svaha, entreats to the compassion and the guidance that Goddess Tara can offer to devotees.

Avalokiteshvara: buddha della grande compassione

HAND PAINTED - Armed Avalokitesvara Thangka Painting, Avalokiteshvara, Hand-Painted by a Master Thangka Painter and Mounted in Brocade

White Tara, Goddess of Compassion, the Divine Mother  detail - 4 of her 7 eyes (3 in her head, 2 in the palms of her hands, and 2 in the soles of her feet),   White Tara / Weiße Tara Dharmapala Thangka Centre, Tibetan Buddhist School of Thangka Painting

White Tara, Goddess of Compassion, the Divine Mother detail - 4 of her 7 eyes

Beautiful Traditional Art of Nepal

White Umbrella Tara by Nick Dudka I believe, a wonderful Russian thangka artist and student of Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche.

White Tara

White Tara ~ the three eyes of her face symbolize the purities of her body, speech and mind; and the four eyes in her palms and soles represent the 'four immeasurables' of her boundless compassion, loving kindness, sympathetic joy and perfect equanimity.

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Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha Tara mantra - Tara is a female Bodhisattva who vows to protect beings and help them to eliminate dangers and obstacles

Green Tara and her 21 aspects* Arielle Gabriel writes about miracles and travel in The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles also free China toys and paper dolls at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel *

Green Tara and her 21 aspects* Arielle Gabriel writes about miracles and travel in The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles also free China toys and paper dolls at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel *. Tara, introduced into Tibet by Atisha

PROTECTOR OF THE FEMININE The Blue Tara, represents a fierce form of the Taras. As “Savioress” she protects the feminine while removing obstacles and many dangers.

Sacred Art and Music:Blue Tara/PROTECTOR OF THE FEMININE The Blue Tara, represents a fierce form of the Taras. As "Savioress" she protects the feminine while removing obstacles and many dangers.

This green Tara from the interior shrine of Gyantse Kumbum dates to after 1427 and is approximately six feet tall.  The monument is structured so that a worshiper walking around and up onto the monument encounters a sequence of images. One begins with auspicious deities of protection and abundance, like the green Tara shown above.  by Kurt Behrendt

Fresco of Green Tara, Kumbum Monastery, Tibet, ca. Painted by the great Newari artists from Nepal.

In Tibetan Buddhism, om tare tuttare ture soha is an ancient mantra that is related to Tara, the “Mother of all Buddhas," and especially to her manifestation as Green Tara.

In Tibetan Buddhism, om tare tuttare ture soha is an ancient mantra that is related to Tara, the “Mother of all Buddhas," and especially to her manifestation as Green Tara.

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