Green Tara 1This bronze statue of the Tibetan Goddess Green Tara was a gift from my brother several years ago. As I held it in my hands this morning, I began to tune in to her Presence which comes across as a wise scholar, a quick-actioned healer, a protective Mother and an empathetic mentor all rolled into one.

In Tibetan Buddhism where the worship of the Goddess Tara is still being widely practiced, it is believed that Tara first appeared arising from a lotus blossom in the lake formed of the tears of Avalokitesvara, the Bodhisattva of mercy and compassion (commonly known as Goddess Kuan Yin).  

Bodhisattvas are beings who have achieved enlightenment and are thus ‘eligible’ for Budda-hood. Instead they have chosen to be remain in the cycle of birth and rebirth in order to serve humanity and assist every satient being on Earth in achieving nirvana themselves.

As one of the 8 Goddess hosting The Goddess Dance workshops, Green Tara revealed she will speak on the virtues she embody as an extension of the Divine Mother, which are resolute and purposeful dynamism and how these qualities are essential expressions of self-love. Green Tara will also share her healing tips on protecting our nervous system to improve its sensitivity and interpretation of our feelings and emotions.

Program information and schedules available at The Goddess Dance.

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Many Blessings, Amara Tia Ann.

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