Red Tara Commentary

Red Tara Commentary
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Title: Red Tara Commentary
Sub Title: Red Tara: An Open Door to Bliss and Ultimate Awareness
Summary: Tara is one of the chief Vajrayana deities worshipped as the female aspect of the Buddha. The practice of Red Tara is a supreme vehicle for arousing both intellectual understanding and meditative realization of non-dual awareness. These practices include an extensive cycle of preliminary observances, dream yoga, healing practices, and yoga of the subtle energies. This book leads the practitioner through the Red Tara practice step-by-step, explaining its meaning and offering detailed instructions. It is of particular value to those new to Vajrayana Buddhism and deity practice. It also includes instructions not given in the original Red Tara text.
Detail: Tara is one of the chief Vajrayana deities worshipped as the female aspect of the Buddha. The practice of Red Tara is a supreme vehicle for arousing both intellectual understanding and meditative realization of non-dual awareness. These practices include an extensive cycle of preliminary observances, dream yoga, healing practices, and yoga of the subtle energies. This book leads the practitioner through the Red Tara practice step-by-step, explaining its meaning and offering detailed instructions. It is of particular value to those new to Vajrayana Buddhism and deity practice. It also includes instructions not given in the original Red Tara text. Chagdud Khadro (Jane Tromge), wife of His Eminence Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche and a lama of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism, met Rinpoche in India in 1977 and became one of his first Westem students to receive the Red Tara empowerment. In 1979 she and Rinpoche moved to the United States, where she worked tirelessly as interpreter, administrator, writer, and publisher to facilitate Rinpoche's dharma activity. She now lives at Khadro Ling, Rinpoche's main center in Brazil, and travels throughout the world giving empowerments and teachings. Her two other books based on Rinpoche's teachings are the Dudjom Tersar Ngondro Commentary and p'howa Commentary. His Eminence Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche, a highly revered master of the Nyingma tradition, has taught widely throughout the world and has established many centers for the study and practice of Vajrayana Buddhism. His main center in North America is located at Rigdzin Ling in Junction City, California. He currently lives in Tres Coroas, Brazil, where he is establishing his South American seat.