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Red Tara Mantra for Attracting Love

Red tara mantra:

English: Oṁ Kurukulle Hrīḥ Svāhā
(Tibetan: ༀ་ཀུ་རུ་ཀུ་ལླེ་ ཧྲཱིཿསྭཱ་ཧཱ).
Hindi: ओं कुरुकुल्ले हूं ह्रीः स्वाहा

There are numerous forms & lineages of Red Tara (Skt. kurukullā; Tib. རིག་བྱེད་མ་, rikjéma; Rikchema; Wyl. rig byed ma).(Drolma Marmo) She is associated with the activity of magnetizing. She is worshipped by unhappy lovers, and is believed to be particularly successful in bewitching men and women. Her mantra repeated ten thousand times is said to bring about all of one's desires.

Red Tara is also known as Kurukulla

Red Tara has the power to change a life dramatically in a single moment.

Red Tara is a deity that is often worshiped by lovers who are unhappy as Red Tara is believed to be extremely successful in enchanting people. She is Buddhist goddess of witchcraft and enchantment.

Goddess Red Tara can be invoked for the controlling activities of attracting, manifesting, magnetizing and subjugating.

Red Tara is extremely sensual and seductive. She has the bewitching power of sexual desire and love and bringing people under her power.

When you are having a difficult time connecting with your partner Goddess Red Tara can be invoked to help you to whisper terms of endearment, to guide your sensual power, explore your erotic potential, deepen intimacy, reveal and fulfill your lover’s fantasies and infuse lovemaking with fire and romance.

Tibetan words for Red Tara mean - She Who is the Cause of Knowledge. Red Tara, or Kurukulla may use suffering to foster our healing and courage.

Even in Her wrathful aspects, Tara's role is to dispel the fear of death and foster the evolution of compassion. She represents a protective force which fights off demons and wicked spirits.

Perhaps, as Her syno-deity Kali is prone to do, lusting insatiably for death. Red Tara is powerfully able to magnify all good things.

Red Tara has the amazing ability of enchantment or bewitchment - evocatively convincing you to transform. She is Goddess of love and sex and is commonly associated with magick.

She represents the function of having people succumb under our power, of enchanting, bewitching, attracting, subjugating, magnetizing them – very Gorgonic if we think about it!

As Red Tara, She teaches Discriminating Awareness about created phenomena, and how to turn raw desire into compassion and love

She can help you to magnetize your partner’s attentions and affections by removing any blocks that are within you that are preventing these from coming in your direction.

The same is true if you are alone and you want to attract a partner who cares, loves and wants to be with you, or you want someone in particular to fall deeply in love with you or if you have a lost love whom you want to fall back in love with you.

As with all Tantric Buddhist deities, every pose, arm, leg, implement and adornment is a symbol representing profound truth. In the case of four-armed Kurukulla, the most common form:
Red colour: symbolizes the west, fire, Padma Family, Lotus and notably the “family of Speech” or Dharma.
Seductive and beutiful: a sixteen-year old youth (in Tibetan Buddhism, sixteen-year-old normally symbolizes youthful vitality), which indicates her power to attract, to mesmerize, to draw-in and enchant followers to her inner Wisdom and the Dharma.
Red streams of light: emanate from her beautiful form, symbolizing her compassion reaches out to all beings.
The bow and arrow of red Uptala flowers: red is the Padma (Lotus family) and Uptala flowers are sacred to Tara: like cupid, her power to pierce us with her seductive wisdom.
Vajra hook (also red Uptala flowers): in her second pair of hands, her right hand holds a Vajra hook (in India, an Elephant Goad) to “hook back” all sentient beings into her compassionate arms
Lasso: also made of red Uptala flowers in her left hand.
Dancing: Dakinis almost always appear in “dancing” form. In part, this symbolizes the elusive, playful nature of Emptiness (Shunyata) and the pure joy of Clear Light.
Left leg stands on top of a prone male — usually indicating subduing our egos. The left leg is always the lead leg in female Dakinis (in Wrathful male deities it is the right.)
Wrathful adornments: skull crown, garland of freshly severed heads, tiger skin skirt, beautiful silks and necklaces.

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