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Kwan Yin Statue, Seated, Red Resin

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$49.00
SKU:
KY009
Weight:
7.25 LBS

Product Description

This statue of Kwan Yin is 12" tall and 5" wide and 4" thick. It weighs 6 pounds. It is made of red resin. The resin used in most red Chinese statues is made from the resin of the Chinese laq tree. There is natural energy from its tree origin, as there is in amber. In this case, however, the majority of the energy comes from the red color and from the animal or person symbolized. The red color has a strong, protective energy and is a color that stimulates the root chakra for strength and vitality. A dragon statue of red resin will have strength in its energy. A red resin statue of Kwan Yin will have a soft, soothing energy, reflecting the nurturance and healing represented in the subject of the statue.

Symbols, meanings and healing energy Kwan Yin: Kwan Yin (sometimes also known as Kuan Yin, Quan Yin or Guan Yin) is revered in Eastern cultures as the goddess of mercy, compassion and forgiveness. In the west, she is respected as an ascended master who symbolizes these same qualities. She is frequently depicted holding a vase pointed downward, symbolizing pouring out mercy for all people. She is associated with children and birth. Women ask her for help in getting pregnant or in having a smooth birth. Some statues and pictures depict her holding a small child. She often holds a pearl in her hand, reflecting her association with the water of the sea. She is almost always depicted standing on a lotus flower. The lotus was thought to be the first flower on earth and it is the divine pattern of the “I AM Presence.” Her mantra is “OM MANI PADME HUM,” which means, “Behold! The Jewel in the Lotus.” Because of her commitment to peace on earth, she is sometimes depicted holding an olive branch. Her God qualities are mercy and healing.

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