Practiced by all four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism, White Tara has been the main deity practice of many well-known Buddhist scholars and siddhas in both India and Tibet, foremost among whom where Nagarjuna and Atisha. White Tara is a mother figure, seated in the posture of the vajra (thunderbolt) above a white moon disc and an open lotus. White Tara has seven eyes; there are three eyes on her face (including the one on her forehead) amd one eye on each palm of her hands and feet. Tara is the female Buddha of compassion, representing fearlessness, swiftness in saving beings and protection from suffering. Suitability: To engage in this practice with full understanding, an empowerment of Tara along with oral transmission and teaching of the liturgy is required.
NOTE: Due to unexpected circumstances, at times the teaching schedule will be changed too late to be modified in this schedule. White Tara’s special function is to promote long life, both for the practitioner and for others. At the ultimate level, Tara is the compassionate energy of innate wisdom inseparable from the vast expanse of emptiness.

Yet, she is also called "mother" because every being is so dear to her as how a single child is to its mother. This puja and meditation is as in the liturgy from the mind-treasure revealed in the treasure cycle of terton Chokyur Lingpa in the 19th Century.
However, those who do not have these can also join for this session and experience the blessing of Tara. Ultimately, she is the very nature of the dharmakaya, and her practice is a means for attaining liberation. It is continuously arising, transforming, radiating and fulfilling the purpose and dissolving back to the original state.
Even while she sits in equipoise, her energy is dynamic - with her right leg outstretched showing her readiness to spring into action whenever needed.
Her right hand rests across her knee in the mudra of supreme generosity, while her left hand holds near her heart the stem of a uptala flower, which is blossoming near her left ear.
In relative world, the compassionate wisdom-energy of Tara manifests in innumerable ways to benefit beings.

Her twenty-one manifestations represent different aspects of overcoming the fear and suffering of sentient beings. It combines the inner tantric view of understanding the primordially pure nature of oneself and the environment, with the outer tantric method of accumulating merit through paying homage and offerings to the manifestations of Tara. There are aspects within these twenty one corresponding to increasing wisdom and intelligence, dispelling of sickness, attainment of longevity, removal of obstacles, clearing of nightmares, pacification of demonic forces and destructive emotions, increasing of harmony and prosperity, overcoming of disputes, etc.
In this way, Tara practice is beneficial for all-round wellness - both temporal and spiritual.

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