Three Vajras

Cula Hatthipadopama Sutta, Elephant Tracks, Majjhima Nikaya 27

Praising the Buddha Hermit Pilotika greatly praised and glorified the wisdom of the Buddha. Pilotika told that the wisdom of the Buddha is clearly visible, like elephant footprints. Sometimes hermits, Brahmans, householders or noble people come to Buddha to argue with Him, to catch Him at any mistake, but, after talking with the Blessed One, they become His followers. Impressed by Pilotika story, the Brahman Janussonin went to the Buddha to talk with Him. Elephant and its footprints Having met with the Buddha, Janussonin told Him about the praises of…read more


Black Tara

The Immeasurable Feeling of the Black Tara is Repentance. Her organ is gallbladder. Her fundamental doctrine is the Adoption of Samaya Vows. Repentance is usually perceived as a necessary but unpleasant thing. A person works their way through repentance and then tries to avoid it in order not to remain in guilt. This approach is deeply flawed because Repentance is an Immeasurable Feeling. And like any other Immeasurable Feeling, it frees. When we experience other Immeasurable Feelings such as Loving Kindness, or Peace, we don’t feel this need to “get away” from…read more

Yellow Tara

The Yellow Tara expresses the energy of the colon. Her key Immeasurable Feeling is Peace. Her fundamental doctrine is about the Immeasurable Feelings. Her transfer of teaching is the most “human” one among those of other Buddhas and Taras (best suitable for human beings); her language is  purely human. Her teaching is based on the explanation of human communication (that is, what is the reason people tend to unite into families and Sanghas). Yellow Tara describes precisely the phenomenon of human communication and commitment to each other. Her theory (doctrine) is more ancient than Buddhism,…read more

Green Tara

The Green Tara expresses the energy of the small intestine. Her key Immeasurable Feeling is Joy. Her main doctrine is the Six Realms of Existence. Joy is the only infinite emotion that all beings want to feel. Its uniqueness is universal: all beings want to be happy. No creature in existence wants to be sad or scared. When meditating on the emotion of joy, we must understand that this feeling is something that is much more, than the external reasons that we usually associate with. It is necessary to study its absolute nature that represents the…read more

Red Tara

The Red Tara expresses the energy of the stomach. The Infinite Feeling of the Red Tara is Benevolence. Her fundamental teaching is about the Five Hindrances. The nature of the Red Tara is dynamic. She is depicted dancing, or in an angry posture with sharp teeth, hair standing on end and angry attributes like skulls and dagger. She covers the entire cycle of energy and as its mistress, she sets it in motion (stomach receives energy of food). Her Infinite Feeling is Benevolence. The correct form of Benevolence towards all sentient beings is wanting them to wake up from the nightmare of…read more

White Tara

The White Tara expresses the energy of the bladder. The Immeasurable Feeling, inherent in it, is Compassion. Her fundamental doctrine is the Five Skandhas. The White Tara has regal character. She is depicted with the royal crown, long hair and rich ornaments. She has seven eyes (portrayed is a third eye, plus two on the palms and two on the soles of her feet – symbols of the Five Skandhas) – she sees the emptiness of the five groups of attachment that allow you to eliminate the Five Hindrances in practice. In her right…read more