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Green Tara Thangka Cover. Green Tam Syllable and Tara Mantra hand painted on silk by Sharon Sinclair

Green Tara Thangka Cover. Green Tam Syllable and Tara Mantra hand painted on silk by Sharon Sinclair

Green Tara is an archetype of our own inner wisdom. She guides and protects us as we navigate the depths of our unconscious minds, helping us to transform consciousness, our own personal journeys of freedom.    It is the goddess Tara who helps us to remain "centered". The myths of the Goddess Tara remind us of our "oneness" with all of creation and the importance of nurturing the spirit within.

Green Tara is an archetype of our own inner wisdom. She guides and protects us as we navigate the depths of our unconscious minds, helping us to transform consciousness, our own personal journeys of freedom. It is the goddess Tara who helps us to remain "centered". The myths of the Goddess Tara remind us of our "oneness" with all of creation and the importance of nurturing the spirit within.

the vitarka mudrā is the gesture of discussion and transmission of buddhist teaching

the vitarka mudrā is the gesture of discussion and transmission of buddhist teaching

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Vajravarahi  Nepalese, ca.1400    Vajravarahi, the “thunderbolt boar,” is the Wisdom belonging to the identification deity Chakrasamvara. She is said to have initiated some of the mahasiddhas (legendary meditation masters with magical abilities). The sow’s head sticking out from behind her right ear is a reminder that some of the Wisdoms have ties with the wild and the inexplicable.

Vajravarahi Nepalese, ca.1400 Vajravarahi, the “thunderbolt boar,” is the Wisdom belonging to the identification deity Chakrasamvara. She is said to have initiated some of the mahasiddhas (legendary meditation masters with magical abilities). The sow’s head sticking out from behind her right ear is a reminder that some of the Wisdoms have ties with the wild and the inexplicable.

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