OM SITA TA PA TREY HUM PHET
Dukkar in her full form is a complex deity in the Tibetan Buddhism. Also known as Sitatapatra in Sanskrit.
White in color, her full form has 1000 faces, hands and legs. Her main face is white, with a slightly wrathful expression. She has an eye in the palm of each hand. Her main left hand holds the handle of a white parasol unfurled above.
Held in her main right hand with the arm outstretched is a Dharma Wheel. Her 1000 legs, 500 on each side stand upon a host of worldly deities, animals and our worldly troubles.
If we recite her mantra, it is said that prayer fortifies our body so strongly that spirits literally cannot invade. She is healing energy and helps to strengthen the body against physical problems. Also beneficial for those who travel often and are regularly exposed to risks and dangers.
H H Karmapa
Lama Karma Samten Norsam
Tsem Tulku’s website for the beautiful art work
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