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How to Free Your Mind: The Practice of Tara the Liberator

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by Thubten Chodron
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How to Free Your Mind: The Practice of Tara the Liberator by Thubten Chodron

Tara, the feminine embodiment of enlightened activity, is a Buddhist deity whose Tibetan name means "liberator," signaling her ability to free beings from the delusion and ignorance that keep them trapped in ever-recurring patterns of negativity. She embodies a challenge, but one that is profoundly nurturing: to transform our minds and become like her, reflecting the tranquility, compassion, and wisdom that make her so beautiful.

Thubten Chodron describes a simple meditation on Tara, explaining its benefits and its application to daily life. She also presents two well-loved praises

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Pages: 224
Size: 823 KB
Publisher: Snow Lion
Date published:   2013
ISBN: 9780834828957 (DRM-EPUB)

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