White Tara Mantra
White Tara Mantra

White Tara Mantra

White Tara Mantra Lyrics, Meaning, Benefits, Download

Learn everything about this Buddha chant that nurtures compassion in you
 
 
The White Tara Mantra is an intense Tibetan chant linked with longevity, a strong mind, and compassion.
Through this mantra, you create positivity for yourselves by having good thoughts for someone else in mind.
The White Tara Mantra is part of the Ancient Medicine Buddha Mantras album.
 

Lyrics of the Mantra

|| Om Taare Tuttaare Ture Mama Aayu Punya Jnaana Puṣhtiṃ Kuru Svaahaa ||
 

Meaning of the Mantra

Lyrics:
|| Om Taare Tuttaare Ture
Mama Aayu Punya Jnaana
Puṣhtiṃ Kuru Svaahaa ||
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Meaning :
May I find blissful liberation,
May my life, my blessings, and my wisdom grow and grow.
 
For a more thorough explanation of the mantra, look below:
Tare : This is the vocative form of Tara, so it means “O Tara!” (The vocative form of a noun is where the person or thing is being addressed or called upon.)
Tu : Is an exclamation that can mean “Pray! I beg! I entreat!” and so “tuttare” means something like “I pray to you, O Tara,” “I entreat you, O Tara,” or “I beg you, O Tara.”
Tura : This is an adjective meaning “quick, willing, prompt.” As a noun, “tura would mean “swift one.” “Ture” would be the vocative form of the noun, and so “ture” would mean something like “O swift one!”
Mama : means “mine” and indicates that you’d like to possess these qualities of long life, merit, wisdom, happiness, etc. You can of course choose to wish these qualities for someone else — perhaps for a teacher or for a loved one who is ill.
Ayuh : is long life (as in Ayurvedic medicine).
Punya : means the merit that comes from living life ethically, and this merit is said to help one to live long and happily.
Jnana : is wisdom.
Pushtim : means wealth, abundance, or increase.
Kuru : The word kuru is a verb form meaning “do it!” or “make it so!
Svaha : is an exclamation meaning “hail” or “may blessings be upon” and is a common ending to Buddhist mantras. So after making the rather bold request of White Tara above, we end with an equally emphatic salutation.
 

Variations of the Mantra

The White Tara mantra, or simply the Tara mantra, is generally known by this formulation.
While the core structure of the mantra remains consistent, variations in pronunciation and transliteration may exist due to regional differences in Tibetan Buddhist practices.
 

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Benefits of the Mantra

The White Tara Mantra holds several benefits for the mind of both the chanter and the listener.
Listening to this compassionate Buddha mantra along with meditation helps you in the following ways.
 
Benefit 1 - Dispels evil intentions
Practicing this mantra can help keep harmful or evil intentions away
 
Benefit 2 - Raises vibrations
This is a powerful chant for strengthening your vibrations
 
Benefit 3 - Builds resilience
The mantra helps us build resilience and energy during illness
 

History of the Mantra

The White Tara mantra is a powerful chant invoking the White Tara.
In Buddhism, the White Tara is a compassionate female Bodhisattva that represents longevity with a clear conscience.
This mantra is commonly practiced by disciples to increase their capacity to be compassionate. It helps you become one with the whole of existence.