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The 21 Taras (19 to 21)

19.

Homage To Tara DUGKARMO

Invincible Queen of the White Umbrella Who Dispels Conflicts and Bad Dreams

OM TARE TUTTARE TURE HUNG HUNG PHAT PHAT RAKSHA RAKSHA MAM SVAHA

DUGKARMO is peaceful and white in color. Meditating upon her and reciting her mantra brings joy and bliss, causing the practitioner’s body, speech, and mind to blaze with power and splendor. Upon her utpala flower is a white umbrella. Fire, weapons, and vajra sparks emanate from her body, completely uprooting hostility toward the dharma, worldly disputes, curses, misuse of mantric power, and negative signs in dreams.

Photo Credit: Alan Kozlowski

Photo Credit: Alan Kozlowski

20.

Homage To Tara RITRÖ LOMA GYÖNMA

Noble Lady of Mountain Retreat, Clothed in Leaves, Who Removes Contagious Diseases

OM TARE TUTTARE TURE NAMA TARE MANO HARA HUNG HARA SVAHA

RITRÖ LOMA GYÖNMA is peaceful and yellow red like saffron. Devotedly reciting her mantra dispels all deadly epidemics. Upon her utpala flower is a round vessel filled with nectar. Her eyes are like the sun and the full moon. From the sun of her right eye shines radiant light, destroying all disease-bearing beings. From the moon of her left eye, a rich stream of nectar descends healing all forms of disease, including their causes and consequences.

21.

Homage To Tara LHAMO ÖZER CHENMA

Goddess Endowed With Light Who Replenishes the Longevity and Life Force of the Sick

OM TARE TUTTARE TURE MARITSE YE TSE BHRUM NRI DZA SVAHA

LHAMO ÖZER CHENMA is peaceful and white in color. She radiates light, instantly summoning all evil spirits who steal the vitality and longevity of the sick. Upon her utpala flower is a golden fish. Light radiates from the three syllables OM AH HUNG of her body, speech, and mind, completely pacifying all obstacles: outer forces, inner imbalance of the elements, and secret obstacles of dualistic grasping at afflictive emotions.

Photo Credit: Alan Kozlowski