Kuan Yin with Child (White Resin)

Kuan Yin with Child (White Resin)

16 cm (h) x 5.5 cm ( w) 

 

Kuan Yin (also spelled Kwan Yin or Quan Yin), is known as the Goddess of Compassion & Healing. She is one of the most popular deities in all of Asia. Her name in Chinese roughly translates as "The One who Hears the Cries of the World". She is the most beloved and revered of the Chinese dieties. Kuan Yin is the Divine Mother we all long for: merciful, tender, compassionate, loving, protecting, caring, healing, and wise. She quietly comes Many believe that she is the female representation of Avalokitesvara, who is the Tibetan and Nepalese God of Compassion. In Asia,

 

statues of Kuan Yin can be found in front of, or on the grounds of, many Buddhist temples.

 

Never place your Kwan Yin statue on the floor, in the kitchen or in the bathroom. A height of at least 3 feet is recommended for the good feng shui placement of Kwan Yin.

 

You can also place the statue of Kwan Yin close to your front door, facing the entrance. This will create a protective quality of energy at your entrance (the mouth of Chi), as well as the most welcoming sight to be greeted with when coming home.

 

To call upon Guan Yin for compassion, healing &/or mercy

say, chant, or sing this mantra - Namo Guan Shih Yin Pusa

to the aid of her children everywhere. Her mantra is 'Om Mani Padme Hum.' (that is, 'Hail the Jewel -or pearl- in the Lotus.')

 

 

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16 cm (h) x 5.5 cm ( w) 

 

Kuan Yin (also spelled Kwan Yin or Quan Yin), is known as the Goddess of Compassion & Healing. She is one of the most popular deities in all of Asia. Her name in Chinese roughly translates as "The One who Hears the Cries of the World". She is the most beloved and revered of the Chinese dieties. Kuan Yin is the Divine Mother we all long for: merciful, tender, compassionate, loving, protecting, caring, healing, and wise. She quietly comes Many believe that she is the female representation of Avalokitesvara, who is the Tibetan and Nepalese God of Compassion. In Asia,

 

statues of Kuan Yin can be found in front of, or on the grounds of, many Buddhist temples.

 

Never place your Kwan Yin statue on the floor, in the kitchen or in the bathroom. A height of at least 3 feet is recommended for the good feng shui placement of Kwan Yin.

 

You can also place the statue of Kwan Yin close to your front door, facing the entrance. This will create a protective quality of energy at your entrance (the mouth of Chi), as well as the most welcoming sight to be greeted with when coming home.

 

To call upon Guan Yin for compassion, healing &/or mercy

say, chant, or sing this mantra - Namo Guan Shih Yin Pusa

to the aid of her children everywhere. Her mantra is 'Om Mani Padme Hum.' (that is, 'Hail the Jewel -or pearl- in the Lotus.')

 

 

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