Tibetan Buddhist Meditation is a powerful tool for understanding the mind, uprooting habits that harm ourselves and others, and cultivating positive mind states and good qualities. For centuries this style of meditation has provided tranquility and contentment to practitioners, helping them to find meaning in their lives and move forward on the path to enlightenment.
Tara the Liberator
Tara represents the wisdom and compassion of all the enlightened beings in a female form. Meditating on Tara is a very powerful way to identify and connect with our own inner potential for wisdom and compassion. By practicing Tara meditation you can eliminate inner and outer obstacles to the development of your mind, create much merit, and achieve quick success in attaining enlightenment.
The Medicine Buddha puja purifies and heals on all levels. It heals the body and mind, and removes obstacles. It is considered particularly powerful for people who are sick or have recently died, and for bringing both temporal success and the ultimate success of enlightenment.
Lama Tsongkhapa practice can effectively increases our compassion and wisdom while also healing unhealthy states of mind, purifying suffering karma, and creating the inner causes for happiness. It is very beneficial for all levels of meditation experience.
Lama Tsongkhapa is the great 14th century scholar and adept was the founder of the most popular lineage of Tibetan Buddhism today, this also being the principle lineage of the Dalai Lama. He is regarded as writing some of the most practical, clear, and easily understandable commentaries on Buddhas teachings.
Chenrezig or Avalokitesvara is the most revered of all Bodhisattva, embodying the compassion of all Buddhas. He listens to the prayers of all sentient beings in times of challenge and difficulty. When you recite the mantra MA NI PAD ME HUM yourself and all beings you come into contact with benefit.