White Tara Mantra
oṃ tāre tuttāre ture mama āyuḥ-puṇya-jñāna-puṣṭiṃ kuru svāhā
For love, compassion, wisdom and protection
This is a beautiful layered mantra calling on White Tara for her Divine Love, compassion, wisdom and protection. Running seven and a half minutes, this recording covers just over 27 recitations; for the greatest benefit, strive to listen to the piece four times in a row or throughout the day. There is no introduction at the beginning of the track which makes it easy to listen to on a ‘repeat one’ setting.
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About the recording of this mantra
I felt a real burning to get this down ‘on paper.’ I had looked on YouTube for any other recording similar. But, a lot had musical backgrounds that didn’t speak to my taste. As I sat at my computer I kept hearing the layers of this piece build; and I just had to get it out. A day and a half later, this is what you get! 🙂
Ground after listening
After listening to it nonstop for hours, I can say I was feeling a bit high-as-a-kite yesterday. I encourage you to do quite a bit of grounding after listening if you find you experience the same effect.
Open your inner eye
The root note in this recording is “A,” which resonates with the third eye. You might gently invite your inner vision to open to greater wisdom as you let the waves of music gently guide you.
Lastly, there are some panning effects that you might enjoy more if you are able to use headphones.
If you find you benefit from this meditation, please consider purchasing the MP3, supporting Melissa to make more of these creations and supporting the Seattle Buddhist Center to continue offering gatherings, classes and retreats by donation.
May you benefit greatly from your practice!
2 thoughts on “White Tara Mantra”
I just wanted to let you know I adore this recitation of the mantra! I agree that other mantra songs I have heard have generally not been to my taste. My daughters and I listen to this before bed. Namaste.
Hi Maggie! I feel delighted to hear it – thank you for sharing such sweet time with your daughters, and for sharing your appreciation of the piece with me! It was such a joy to have come through and see/hear it all come together. May White Tara continue to support you, for the benefit of all beings! Namaste.