When someone is sick please recite White Tara Mantra in the name of the sick person for Swift Healing. White Tara is particularly associated with healing, protecting and stabilizing your life force.
Therefore, White Tara comes to rescue you or others. White Tara’s help is immediate, and nearly miraculous in results.
White Tara is particularly effective in Mahayana Buddhism for long life and healing practice.
Visually, she is notable for her seven eyes four on the palms of her hands and soles of Her feet, one in her wisdom eye location, and her two regular eyes. She is a Female Buddha an aspect of Arya Tara.
White Tara is one of the main 21 manifestations of Arya Tara, which means she is Tara. According to Venerable Choje Lama Phuntsok’s words: “ White Tara protects disciples from one of the main outer hindrances, which is death, she helps practitioners live a long life.”
White Tara Mantra
White Tara mantra is Tara’s root mantra, but energized with additional intentions and “words of power.” After Om Tare Tuttare Ture and before the final Svaha, the mantra adds “Mama Ayuh Punya Jhana Pushtim Kuru Svaha, thus becoming:
Om Tare Tuttare Ture Mama Ayuh Punya Jnana Pushtim Kuru Svaha
Meaning of Mantras
ཨོཾ (OM) – while some say that Om has no actual conceptual meaning, it can also be reflective of an awareness of the surrounding universe. It is used at the start of many mantras.
ཏཱ་རེ (TARE) – this is representative of salvation from suffering and other forms of mundane dangers. Tara is very often depicted as being one who can alleviate suffering from accidents, crime, and natural disasters.
ཏུཏྟཱ་རེ (TUTTARE) - is representative of the delivered down the right spiritual path, and the need for protect from dangers to the spirit. Delusion, hatred, and greed are the three primary spiritual dangers that are responsible for suffering in us all.
ཏུ་རེ (TURE) - this is representative of the deliverance to the true spiritual path of a bodhisattva. With this syllable, Tara is said to liberate us from the suffering we are inflicted with, while helping us to progress along the path that will allow us to have compassion for others.
མ་མ (MAMA) - means “mine” and is indicative of the desire to possess the qualities of wisdom, happiness, long life, and more. These qualities can be asked for someone else, or for the person reciting the mantra.
ཨཱ་ཡུ (AYUH) - is representative of long life.
རྤུཎྱེ (PUNYA) - is representative of the merit that is earned from living an ethical life and is said to guide one to a life that is happy and long.
ཛྙཱ་ན (JHANA) - is representative of wisdom, which is something we all seek.
པུཥྚིཾ (PUSHTIM) - is representative of abundance or an increase in wealth.
ཀུ་རུ (KURU) - is said to be a mythical land located in the northern regions of the Himalayas but can also be taken to mean “make it so.”
སྭཱ་ཧཱ (SVAHA) - is said to be representative of “allow the meaning of this mantra to take root in my mind.”
Now if you want to recite White Tara mantra for healing your parents, kids or youself, you should substitute Mama word with name of the person you want to heal him from illness or increase life.
Om Tare Tuttare Ture (person’s name) Ayuh Punya Jhana Pushtim Kuru Svaha
Example 1: If I want to recite for my daughter Sonam Choden, so the mantra should be:
(Om Tare Tuttare Ture Sonam Choden Ayuh Punya Jhana Pushtim Kuru Svaha)
Example 2: If I want to recite for myself, then the mantra should be:
(Om Tare Tuttare Ture Phub Dorji Wang Ayuh Punya Jhana Pushtim Kuru Svaha)
Now use White Tara Mantra to heal sick people during the. Daily recite minimum 108 times.
May all sentient beings live their life fully.