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    White Tara

    Tara is one of the few female bodhisattvas among the Buddhist deities. Historical records of Tara begin around the 6th century CE. She most likely evolved from Hindu Goddess Parvati or Braham Goddess Durgaa. Legend states that when the God Avalokiteshvara looked out upon the work and saw all the suffering and despair, he wept. His tears collected into a pond which grew a single lotus. The lotus bloomed and upon it was Tara. She was born to bring compassion into the world.

    golden Tara

    Don’t depend on other people as the source of your happiness or for approval. ~Joyce Meyer

    Green Tara

    Green Tara's love

    Ksitigarbha bodhisattva is considered the bodhisattva of Hell Beings due to his vow not to achieve Buddhahood until all hells are empty. This included freeing all sentient beings as well. He is popular with Chinese and Japenese Buddhists.

    Amazing article about Buddhist Meditation...worth a second of your time to read it. :o)

    Quan Yin

    Lord Ganesha - Prints

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    Tara is the mother of all Buddhas. The name Tara means “she who saves”

    Quan Yin (“KWAN-yin”). Her name means “She who hears the cries of the world.” She is a goddess of mercy in Taosim, and Bodhisattva of compassion, empathy, forgiveness and agape (or Big “L” Love) in Buddhism. It is said that saying her name alleviates suffering.

    Green Tara


    Vajradhara Buddha, the ultimate primordial Buddha, or Adi Buddha, according to the Gelug and Kagyu schools of Tibetan Buddhism. tumblr_ljrjz0qOlm1qhe15lo1_500.jpg (500×677)

    Padmasambhava/Guru Rimpoche who brought Buddhism to Tibet. Detail of image created by Chintamani and others for a 10 day Buddhist Convention in the 1980s. Seen with his trident in front of other Buddha forms/rupas in the main shrine/meditation hall.