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Kwan Yin Statues

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 an outpouring of 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.

Kwan Yin is said to have been a bodhisattva, an enlightened one, who refused to ascend into higher dimensions until everyone on earth had become fully conscious and enlightened. She is sometimes shown astride a dragon, symbolizing the protective power of spiritual energy. For many centuries Kwan Yin was responsible for maintaining the spiritual “Violet Flame” which transmutes all negative energies. Within the last century, responsibility for the Violet Flame was transferred to Saint Germaine. The Violet Flame is the flame of forgiveness, purification, transmutation and reconstitution.

In the higher spiritual dimensions there is a Spiritual Hierarchy. It is a hierarchy of responsibility, not of importance. Members of Hierarchy consider us peers; they just have more things on their “To Do” list than we do. Within Hierarchy, Kwan Yin serves on the Karmic Board. Its responsibility is to keep watch as people heal past karma and as they accumulate more. Kwan Yin is part of the higher dimensional group who deals with those people who leave life without really atoning for their treatment of others.

 

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 an outpouring of 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.

Kwan Yin is said to have been a bodhisattva, an enlightened one, who refused to ascend into higher dimensions until everyone on earth had become fully conscious and enlightened. She is sometimes shown astride a dragon, symbolizing the protective power of spiritual energy. For many centuries Kwan Yin was responsible for maintaining the spiritual “Violet Flame” which transmutes all negative energies. Within the last century, responsibility for the Violet Flame was transferred to Saint Germaine. The Violet Flame is the flame of forgiveness, purification, transmutation and reconstitution.

In the higher spiritual dimensions there is a Spiritual Hierarchy. It is a hierarchy of responsibility, not of importance. Members of Hierarchy consider us peers; they just have more things on their “To Do” list than we do. Within Hierarchy, Kwan Yin serves on the Karmic Board. Its responsibility is to keep watch as people heal past karma and as they accumulate more. Kwan Yin is part of the higher dimensional group who deals with those people who leave life without really atoning for their treatment of others.

 




 

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