It is traditional to recite aspiration prayers after one’s Dharma practice. These give direction to the merit of our actions. Of course, we can make personal aspirations according to our wishes, but it is also considered very beneficial to make the very same wishes that past masters have made and accomplished.
Below you will find the basic text composed by the great Thangtong Gyalpo, as well as the expanded version including a lineage prayer and other additions. The Chenrezi Commentary is excerpts from Kyabje Bokar Rinpoche’s wonderful work on this practice, Chenrezi—Lord of Love.
Here are many resources for this practice, including images, videos of the mudras, and an overview that breaks down the practice into its components. Also included is an arrangement by Khenpo Lodrö Donyö Rinpoche—Protection from All Peril—which is a very concise way to include Tara in your daily practice.