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Green Tara Mantra


In Tibetan Buddhism, Tara is the "Mother of all Buddhas". Also referred to as Dolma, she has 21 forms, each represented by a different color and spiritual qualities. Among these, the Green Tara and White Tara are the most popular.

Usually this mantra is attributed to Green Tara, the Goddess of enlightenment and prosperity. She is considered to be the female counterpart of Avalokiteshvara, the Bodhisattva of Compassion.

The literal meaning of the mantra is:

I prostrate to the Liberator, Mother of all the victorious ones.


stands for liberation from all worldly sufferings.


represents liberation from our material and spiritual fears.


is for attaining liberation from diseases.


is derived from the Sanskrit word Svaha, meaning homage or offering to God to seek blessings.

Green Tara protects beings and help them to eliminate dangers and obstacles in mundane and spiritual life. By reciting the Green Tara Mantra, one will be able to invoke the blessings of Tara and request for her protection.

Green Tara is pictured many-armed, symbolizing the powers and attributes she has cultivated to save everyone. She is often depicted with one leg out of the lotus position, extended down for a quick and decisive response when needed.

Tara mantra is often used to overcome physical, mental or emotional blockages and also blockages in relationships. Green Tara is very active and steps down to help all the beings. When chanting the Tara mantra, one needs to let go and bring the energy back into ourselves. This will result in inner peace and clarity.

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