The Green Tara is a female Buddha. Her name means Star or also bridge, crossing, crossing. Imagery for those who help you cross the ocean of suffering. The Green Tara is depicted as a girl or young woman, relaxed, playful and dynamic. Her green color indicates that she belongs to the Buddha family of deed and symbolizes her activity and strength. She sits relaxed in lotus position and her right leg has been put forward, ready for action, ready to come to the aid of everyone. The blue lotus and the motherra of her left hand indicate purity and strength. With her right hand she expresses compassion. Dorje of Vajra is the Sanskrit word for both lightning bolts and diamonds and is regarded as a ritual or spiritual attribute, mainly in Buddhism but also in Hinduism. In Tibetan, the word village of the same name is used many times in Tibet and Bhutan. It also often refers to a small sceptre held in the right hand by Tibetan tantric practitioners during ceremonies, and with which a number of statues of the Buddha are equipped. The Dorje, also known as Vajra, destroys all kinds of ignorance and is itself indestructible. In Tantric rituals he symbolizes the male principle for methodology and compassion, while the corresponding bell in the left hand indicates the female principle and wisdom.
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