White Umbrella Goddess Mantra (Sitatapatra)

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  • Those horoscope signs who are afflicted by the Natural Disaster Star, Yin House or Conflict Star will find this White Umbrella Goddess mirror beneficial.

    The Ushnisha Sitatapatra, or the White Umbrella Goddess or Deity with White Parasol is a powerful and fearless goddess that that saves us all from all sorts of harm. She is a female form of Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion. Her victorious white canopy protects us from all types of illnesses, misfortune, tragedies, untoward accidents, evil spirits or magic, and natural disasters and untimely death due to earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, landslides and etc. She has a thousand eyes that watch over living beings, and a thousand arms that protect and assist them. Her mantra removes bad luck generated from those who intend to harm us with slander, backstabbing and gossip. Ideal for those who travel a lot too.

  • The Ushnisha Sitatapatra, or the White Umbrella Goddess or Deity with White Parasol is a powerful and fearless goddess that saves us all from all sorts of harm. She is a female form of Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion. Her victorious white canopy protects us from all types of illnesses, misfortune, tragedies, untoward accidents, evil spirits or magic, and natural disasters and untimely death due to earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, landslides and etc. She has a thousand eyes that watch over living beings, and a thousand arms that protect and assist them. Her mantra removes bad luck generated from those who intend to harm us with slander, backstabbing and gossip. Ideal for those who travel a lot too.

    The Ushnisha Sitatapatra, or the White Umbrella Goddess or Deity with White Parasol is a powerful and fearless goddess that saves us all from all sorts of harm. She is a female form of Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion. Her victorious white canopy protects us from all types of illnesses, misfortune, tragedies, untoward accidents, evil spirits or magic, and natural disasters and untimely death due to earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, landslides and etc. She has a thousand eyes that watch over living beings, and a thousand arms that protect and assist them. Her mantra removes bad luck generated from those who intend to harm us with slander, backstabbing and gossip. Ideal for those who travel a lot too.

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    The mantra of The Great White Umbrella protects us against all forms of dangers, including dangers from spirits, accidents, and natural disasters. It is always auspicious to chant the mantra of the White Umbrella Goddess to invoke her blessings of compassion, protection. Invite the great White Umbrella Goddess into your home or office to ensure that your home or office is fully protected from all sorts of harm and also to bring blessings of happiness, good fortune and success.

The White Umbrella Goddess is an intrepid and fearless deity

The famous image of Ushnisha Sitataputra is the one where has a thousand face, thousand arms, and a thousand legs. Each of the face has three eyes, and she also has one eye in each of the palm of her hands and sole of her feet. This is to represent that she watches and protects all sentient beings. Her body as in her central faces glows in white, her right faces are yellow, her rear faces are red, and green is the color of her faces on her left. At the top of her head is another tier of blue faces. Her right hands hold the Dharma chakra, while her left hands hold arrows. She also has a white parasol on her left, which symbolizes the blessing of protection. This particular image of The White Umbrella Goddess can be likened to the Thousand-Hand Kuan Yin or Thousand Hand Avalokitesvara.