Friday, April 24, 2009

Siddha Tara Japa and Havan

Tara Japa and Havan
Mahavidya Tara Japa and havan
Beneficial for.... Increasing Wealth and Prosperity, Removing Debt.
Mahavidya Tara Japa and havan is the second of the Mahavidyas. Maata Tara is worshipped by Hindus, Buddhists and Jains. The Chinese Buddhists worship her as Kwan Yin. In the Hindu tradition, Mata Tara is sabda shakti or power of Sound. According to Tibetan Buddhist tradition Mata Tara emanated from the tear of Avalokiteshvara. Once Avalokiteshvara liberated all beings from the lower realms and an instant later saw that the lower realms were again filled with suffering beings. Saddened, a tear fell from his eye and from it sprang Green Tara. Both Avalokiteshvara and Tara embody the principle of compassion (one of the three main aspects of enlightened mind: compassion, wisdom and power). Kwan Yin is generally explained as a Chinese (feminine) equivalent of Avalokiteshvara, who manifested to help all those suffering on earth. "Tara" means the one who crosses and helps others to cross the river. Maata Tara is the Saviouress who helps us overcome our difficult situations and also helps us transcend them. Maata Tara is the feminine form of Aum. Maata Tara is also relates to the power of perception and knowledge. For Tara Japa and havan, we chant 10001 Japa and 10 % havan of chant.