This is an exquisite mirror comprising a gold plated round disc with one side featuring the image of the Red Tara whilst the other has a shiny reflective surface encircled with her powerful mantra. The polished gold handle is embellished with a glorious metallic gold ball chain tassel.
Tara belongs to the Karma family of unobstructed compassionate activity. She is known as the Swift One, due to her immediate response to those who request her aid. Furthermore, she is known as the great liberator, specializing in overcoming obstacles in whatever form they manifest in our lives. She is especially known for her power to overcome the most difficult situations, giving protection against dangers and all kinds of fear. Tara has 21 primary emanations that perform different activities such as pacification, enhancement, protection, etc. For instance, White represents the enlightened activity of pacifying by overcoming sickness and obstacles in life, Yellow increases the positive qualities conducive to a long life, peace, and happiness, Black/Blue involves forceful methods and wrath to destroy enemies and evil spirits.
Red Tara is said to be one of the three female emanations of the Buddha Amitabha. Also known as Kurukulla, she is often referred to as Red Magic or Vashya-karma due to her power of bringing people under one’s power, of enchanting, bewitching, attracting, subjugating, magnetizing them. This is the primary function of Kurukulla and hence her red color. The Goddess Red Tara may be called upon to exercise her powers of enchantment and bewitchment to bring under her power evil spirits. However, in terms of practical magic, she can bring under the practitioner’s power a personal enemy, a boss, a politician, a policeman, or even a recalcitrant love. That means one can invoke Kurukulla to win over the heart of one’s boss for a raise, or a client for a new sales contract, or convince the personnel representative to hire one for a job. Chant the mantra of Red Tara OṀ TĀRE TUTTĀRE TURE BODHICHITTA SOHA to invoke all her blessings.
The Tibetans & Chinese traditionally make use of mirrors extensively to protect as well as symbolically swipe away all obstacles to success and attract all kinds of good fortune. Some mirrors can be used to ward off evil spirits and bad intentions towards us. Used with empowering mantras and meditations, mirrors become a powerful talisman that can be kept for life.
Invite the Red Tara into your home or place of work. Besides being a beautiful collector’s item, the Blue Tara Mirror will bring you the blessings of Tara and protect you from harm and misfortune. The all-metal make of this item also doubles it as a formidable Metal Cure to weaken the malignant #2 Black and #5 Yellow Stars.