Om tare tuttare ture soha significado
Om tare tuttare ture soha significado 2021
green tara meaning
In Tibetan, 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 this post you will learn who Green Tara is, what her mantra means, and how to say it in Tibetan.
Of these 21 forms, two are especially popular among Tibetan people – White Tara, which is associated with compassion and long life, and Green Tara, which is associated with enlightened activity and abundance.
She is shown “in a posture of ease and readiness for action”. While her left leg is folded in the contemplative position, her right leg is extended, ready to spring into action. Green Tara’s left hand is in the mudra (gesture) of granting refuge; her right hand makes the gesture of granting help. In her hands she also holds closed blue lotuses (utpalas), symbolizing purity and power.”
In reality, we are also asking to be liberated from the misery of mental delusions and negative emotions that blind us to true freedom, and to attain the same body that we have been given.
This mantra is dedicated to Tara – to the Green Tara. Tara (the Great Goddess) has 21 forms and each has its spiritual attributes and colors. They are feminine deities representing aspects of the Great Goddess Tara.
Green Tara connects us with the soul of things and awakens the dormant creativity in every human being. With it, the human being has the opportunity to become an awakened being and to develop his or her own wisdom. It is also used to remove obstacles on the way to transformation.
om tare tuttare ture soha pronunciation
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Now find a quiet place, where you can sit comfortably, but with your back straight. If you want, close your eyes or fix your gaze on a low point, in the direction of your nose (like looking at the tip of your nose so you don’t get distracted). Take three deep breaths (or now if you want you can do three long and deep “OM”), then start with the chanting of the mantra (work it in rounds of 108 repetitions). Once you finish, take another three deep breaths (or chant the mantra “OM”), and then slowly go back to your daily activities.