Kuan Yin is a goddess of compassion, love, healing & abundance. She teaches us compassion by being the bodhisattva of compassion. A bodhisattva is one who delays his or her full enlightenment in order to aid in the liberation of all sentient beings.
Originating in India and brought to China in the fifth century, Kuan Yin was first worshiped in a male form known as Avalokitesvara. She is often depicted with both male and female attributes. She is known by many names now such as Guan Yin, Kwan Yin, Quan Yin, Moon Kuan Yin, etc.
She guides us to release judgments about self and others, and focus on the love and light that is within everyone.
Kuan Yin represents the power of gentleness. When we are gentle with ourselves and others we bring sweetness to our lives.
She also demonstrates fierce individualism, grace, and intention to nourish the whole world with love.
Kuan Yin is also the goddess of the moon and although you can invoke her blessings during any phase of the lunar cycle full moon, in particular, is a great time to work with Kuan Yin. Her blessings impart a sense of wellness.
She is also known to protect against fears.
Kuan Yin always blesses when you call upon her. She pours compassion & prosperity upon anyone who asks for her assistance. Rainbow and lotus draw her energies and so one can also meditate on these while calling upon Goddess Kuan Yin.
To call upon Kuan Yin, Chant this mantra 9 times in a go –
Namo Kuan Shi Yin Pusa
You can also listen to my guided meditation (link above) the same daily for 9 days a go to see the changes in your life.
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