Vrajayana Buddhist White Tara Sadhana ( she is separate from the 21 Tara’s Practices) and how to perform it. White Tara Sadhana is a spiritual practice of Tibetan Buddhism dedicated to the goddess White Tara, an embodiment of compassion, healing, and serenity. The practice involves invoking her presence and purifying one's own body, speech, and mind. This can be done through meditation, mantras, visualization, and other practices connected to White Tara.
White Tara is also known as Sita Tārā, the cool one who brings in healing light, energy, and longevity. In Sanskrit Sita means white or pure and it is also the name of the planet Venus. She is the foremost female bodhisattva of compassionate activity, the supreme representation of mother goddess energy and the collective manifestation of all enlightenment, eternal life, and healing love. White Tārā brings in the long life activating energies of life, fire, strength, vitality, and evolution of wisdom awakened awareness.
This is an overview of the practice including the Six Protection Lights Practice, explanation of the Mantras and variations for different situations, Iconography, Visualization, Meditation, a Short Sadhana Practice. You might have some obstacles, illness, or toxic circumstances in your life that could cause untimely death. Maybe there is a loved one or friend who is very ill. If these situations are because good karma has been exhausted, it is important ot create merit to prolong life now and have longevity in future lives as well. This Sadhana practice may be for you.
Listen with headphones in a quiet place. Includes Healing Singing Bowl Sound Bath and Tambura backgrounds.
Much Love, I am guided to share this practice at this time, Shubha Melissa Abbott