Lovely uplifting mantra.
It comprises several different versions of the Green Tara mantra.
Tara being the mother of all Buddhas.
The first and last track are sung by a woman (and sounds so pure!) while just one other
track is sang by a man. It's equally as good. Just gives it a different dimension.
The other tracks I'm personally not too keen on. There are a bit like pop mantras.
If you like that sort of things then it's fine. The music acompanying the mantra is ok. Just not my thing.
Overall the 3 tracks mentioned are worth the whole CD in my opinion.
If you are looking to buy the Green Tara mantra then you probably already know it's uses.
If not, (and copied and pasted from somewhere else!)
"Ordinary Tibetans pray to her when we are sick, when leaving for a long journey, or when we hope for success or wealth.
His Holiness’ teaching shows us that this is not actually the true purpose of praying to or reciting mantras to Tara.
When we chant the Green Tara mantra, we are not simply asking for Tara’s blessings and help with our lives and our “real world” problems.
Actually, we are also asking to be liberated from the misery of the mental delusions and negative emotions that blind us to true freedom, and to achieve the same enlightened body, speech and mind that Tara represents, not only for our own benefit, but for the benefit of all sentient beings."