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Using Green Tara Buddha Energy In Feng Shui

Using Green Tara Buddha Energy In Feng Shui

Green Tara is the incarnation of Guanyin Bodhisattva. Tara, the Sanskrit name Tara, is the full name of the Holy Salvation Buddha. In ancient my country, it was called Dara Bodhisattva and Dara Guanyin. Tara has many different manifestations, including twenty-one Tara, five Baidu mothers, etc., all of which are Guanyin The incarnation of the Bodhisattva, and the Green Tara is the main deity of all Tara, taking all the merits of the other twenty incarnations.

She can save eight kinds of suffering, such as the lion disaster, the elephant disaster, the snake disaster, the water disaster, the prison difficulty, the thieves' difficulty, and the inhuman difficulty. At the same time, it can also turn the "suspicion" in human behaviors called five poisons such as greed, anger, slowness, and suspicion into ultimate wisdom, which has the merits of protecting women and children.

The mantra of this deity has the function of relieving all living beings, eliminating all the troubles and sufferings of all living beings, satisfying all living beings’ desires, living prosperity, longevity, peace and auspiciousness, eliminating all diseases and suffering obstacles, etc., helping all living beings to free themselves from the sea of ​​life and death, and to live in bliss. , To obtain ultimate happiness, because of its speed in saving salvation and its bravery in destroying the devil industry, it is also called the "save speed brave mother".

According to legend, the white Tara and the green Tara were manifested by the two tears of Guanyin Bodhisattva, and the green Tara was turned by the tears in the right eye of Guanyin Bodhisattva. The Great Compassionate Guanyin Bodhisattva came to save sentient beings by immeasurable calamity, but sentient beings still often drown in the sea of ​​five desires of life and death, and the six ways of reincarnation suffer infinite suffering. Because of compassion for the common people, the Bodhisattva could not help crying quietly. At this time, the tears in his left eye suddenly became white. Mother, the tears from the right eye turned into Green Tara, and each of them clasped their hands together and respectfully said to the Guanyin Bodhisattva: "Bodhisattva, don't worry, I will swear to save all living beings who are in the sea of ​​life and death, and share the tragic wish of saving all beings for the Bodhisattva. "Therefore, Tara is the embodiment of Guanyin's sad tears.

 In Tibetan history, Nepal’s Princess Chizun was the incarnation of White Tara, and Princess Wencheng of the Han nationality was the embodiment of Green Tara. Incarnation, according to the detailed information from all parties, the first statement is more credible, and the second statement is probably a mistake, but for the sake of fairness and not bias, both statements are reserved). According to relevant data, before the death of Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo, he successfully arranged state affairs in Tibet and gave notes on important future events. Then the Tibetan king used his right hand to touch the crown for Princess Crimson, and Princess Crimson turned into a white eight-petal lotus, and the white Tara symbol appeared in the lotus. The king of Tibet used his left hand to touch the top of Princess Wencheng, and Princess Wencheng turned into a green sixteen-petal lotus with the green Tara symbol in the lotus. Finally, the king of Tibet looked up at his own deity, the eleven-faced Guanyin statue, and then merged with the two lotus flowers into the Guanyin statue.


Green Tara is known for saving people from disasters. Her magical powers were classified into 8 types in the early days, namely, difficult to save lions, elephants, fires, snakes, waters, prisons, thieves, and inhumans. Afterwards, Tara’s salvation from the Eight Difficulties was developed into the sixteen Difficulties, adding the inherent evils of rescuing doubts, desires, greed, jealousy, hatred, fallacies, vain, and arrogance. In Tibet, the responsibility of saving the eight difficulties is unique to Green Tara, so she is also called the rescue of eight difficulties.




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