Monte Farber’s Psychic Thoughts: Kuan Yin

Chinese goddess Kuan Yin
Chinese goddess Kuan Yin, Photo: kamnuan/iStock/Thinkstock

Kuan Yin (also knows as Q’uan Yin, Kannon, Guan Yin) is a great goddess of the East, there to help us invoke spiritual blessings, compassion, inner peace and the contentment that comes to those who help spread her message of forgiveness. The spiritual equivalent of Mother Mary in Christianity, Kuan Yin’s popularity spans many countries of Asia where she is universally known as the Goddess of Mercy.

Forgiveness allows true good fortune to flow to you and even to those who have been inconsiderate, if they begin to emulate Kuan Yin. All beings and all things are capable of both being kind (the essence of spirituality) and being destructive, especially wind and water. Lack of forgiveness makes a person hard and blocks fortunate, constructive Qi energy from flowing to them.

Do the following ritual to fill your space with the boundless love of Kuan Yin:

Take a deep breath and let it out. Now feel what it is like to forgive yourself for every wrong you’ve done. Now feel what it is like to forgive your entire family. Do the same thing for  your friends, then all those who have wronged you, then forgive the world and finally the universe for the countless wrongs it contains.

Your soul and your space are now sanctified with the calm healing energy of Kuan Yin. Do this ritual every time you become angry or otherwise need to experience her calming presence.

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