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Bardor Rinpoche the Practice of Green Tara

Bardor Rinpoche the Practice of Green Tara

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The Practice of Green Tara
 By Ven. Bardor Tulku Rinpoche
Translated by
Lama Yeshe Gyamtso and Chojor Radha
Published by*.Rinchen Publications
20 John St., Kingston NY 12401914331-5069http://tinchen.com
Second Edition, September 1999Text Copyright © 1999 by Karma Triyana Dharmachakra
Publisher: David N. McCarthyEditors: Lama Colleen Reed and David N. McCarthyCover photo: David
LipmanCover design: Naomi SchmidtLine drawing of the 21 Taras: Wendy Harding; Copyright © 1999 by Wendy HardingMudra photos: demonstrated by Lama Tashi Dondrup; photographer: Naomi Schmidt;Mudra photos courtesy
MagazineNew material on the 21 Praises of Tara added to the second edition is from a teaching givenat Tampa KTC in January 1999; transcribed and edited by Lama Colleen Reed.
Special thanks to:
Cralle Hall, Lama Yeshe Gyamtso, Naomi Schmidt, Elaine White, Peter VanDeurzen, Jacqui Gantnier, Art Hagen, Ben Bennett, Richard Thomson, and the unknownsangha member who transcribed the portion of the teaching translated by Chojor Radha.
Publishers dedication:
I dedicate my work on this project with love to my mother,Alice R. McCarthy, in particular for her support of Rinchen Publications.
Introduction & Background
 page 1
Performing the Practice
Photos of mudras
P&g€ 13
The Visualization of Tara
 page 16 
Line drawing of the 21 Taras:
Folding page between pages 18*19
The 21 Praises of Tara
 page 25
Questions and Answers
 page 41
Continuing the Practice
 page 45
Concluding the Practice
 page 55
Special Section:
A short biography of Terchen Barway Dorje, the first Bardor Tulku;written by Lama Yeshe Gyamtso.
P&8e 59
Note: Page references in the sadhana are for the pechaedition published by KTD Dharma Goods, translated byLama Yeshe Gyamtso. The transliterated spellings of Tibetan terms in the practice follow this edition as well.

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