Yellow Tara Mantra lyrics:
„Norgyi Wangchuk Rinchen Terngashing;
Nodjin Norchang Mangpo Kungyi Jey,
Jangchok Kyongwe Gonpo Zambhala,
Norlha Terdak Namla Solwa Deb,
Om Arya Zambhala Zalendraye Soha.”
Yellow Tara (Golden Tara) Mantra – Translation in English:
„Sovereign of all the wealth and holder of Jewel Treasures;
The king of all the wealth gods – the yakshas,
And the ruler of the Northern area, Zambhala,
I pray to all the wealth deities and holders of treasure.”
Tara, also known as Jetsun Dolma in Tibetan Buddhism (a branch of Vajrayana Buddhism that evolved from the 7th-century CE in Tibet), is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism.
Goddess Tara is also known as the „Mother of liberation”, and represents the virtues of success in achievements and work.
Goddess Yellow Tara, or the Goddess of Wealth and Abundance, is one of the most well-known wealth deities in Tibetan Buddhism.
She has the power to multiply and increase wealth, assets, prosperity, abundance and income. She provides good fortune and financial stability.
By chanting this mantra, one will purify the bad (negative) karma, which will lead her/him into bringing wealth in the present life of the practitioner, and can use the wealth that she/he gained to help other.
Further, the Goddess has the ability to help us to relax and to trust in the infinite abundance available on all dimensions – spiritual and physical worlds.
Moreover, chant this prayer to prosper, flourish, thrive and be prosperous. In other words, to have a continuous flow of whatever resources, supportive circumstance, and relationships that enrich both your spiritual accomplishment and your worldly life.
The Golden Goddess is illustrated most commonly as the central figure in thangkas of the 21 Taras (Atisha Lineage), as the manifestation of blessing power that increases not only compassion, knowledge, and wisdom but also deeply vital spiritual courage, bridging absolute truth and relative truth.