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  • Tibetan Buddhist shrine, used for all ritual practices and pujas.
  • Green Tara Thangka close up. She's the feminine aspect of protection, represents compassion in action since she is in the process of stepping from her lotus throne in order to help sentient beings
  • Green Tara statue on shrine, close up
  • Green Tara statue with robe and jewels in crown bestowing blessings

Green Tara Long Puja, clearing obstacles ritual


Green Tara Long Puja. Tara is a Buddha of compassion who manifests in female form. The practice will be performed for two days.

Provide the full name of the person the ritual of purification for the deceased will be performed for in the comments box in your order form during check out.

You do not need to be present while the puja or spiritual practice is performed.   Please allow one week for the practice(s) to be performed which allows us time to communicate your need as well as for them to schedule along with other duties, study and practice obligations.

In Tibetan, Tara is known as 'Dolma' or 'She who Saves'. Specifically, she represents compassion in action since she is in the process of stepping from her lotus throne in order to help sentient beings. She brings about longevity, protects earthly travel, stimulates success in jobs and business undertakings, and guards her followers on their spiritual journey to enlightenment. She is believed to help her followers overcome dangers, fears, and anxieties; and she is especially worshiped for her ability to overcome the most difficult situations.

We periodically plant trees for all pujas performed on behalf of those prayed for. We do this through, and non-profit dedicated to reforestation, reducing global warming and increasing habitat for animals living in the wild.

This puja is a combination of purification practices, reciting many times the praises to the 21 Taras, mandala offerings and recitation of the Foundation of All Good Qualities. This puja also requires the creation of a ritual cake (Torma) for offering to Tara. 

This puja takes 1 hour to complete.
Donations are used for:
Offerings are made to the Green Tara practitioner for meals, lodging and tea service
Shrine supplies and other related costs in addition to an offering for the person performing your ceremony. Your gifts are also covered by your donation.

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