Goddess Kwan Yin Vial Pendant


Goddess Kwan Yin Pendant
Rose Quartz & Pink Tourmaline with a Fresh water Pearl

Glass vial is filled with Multi Tourmaline Gem Stones and has an antiqued pewter silver
The pendant vial measures approximately 1.25 long ( over all length from bail to tip 2.5" ) on a 20" long chain with toggle

Made by The Shabby Witch

Rose Quartz is one of the most popular metaphysical stones. Rose Quartz is the stone of unconditional love. One of the most important stones for Heart Chakra work, Rose Quartz opens the heart to all types of love — love of self, love of family, love of friends, romantic love. Because it is quartz, Rose Quartz does have a high energy, but its vibe is also calming and soothing.

Rose Quartz opens the heart to compassion for self and for others, and raises self-esteem. Rose Quartz eases guilt and balances emotions, lowering stress and bringing peace. Use Rose Quartz to enhance positive self-affirmations.

The soothing energy of Rose Quartz fosters empathy, reconciliation, and forgiveness of others. Lowering stress and tension in the heart, Rose Quartz clears out anger, jealousy, and resentment of others, and allows healing of heart issues and disease associated with holding on to such negative emotions.

Pink Tourmaline
Draws love and friendship. Wear to promote sympathy towards others
Pink tourmaline is a gentle stone that directly touches the heart! The color varies widely from pale pink to deep red

Relaxing and nurturing, pink tourmaline is associated with feminine energies. It vibrates a deep resonance with the heart chakra. It has the potential to heal emotional wounds with its soft, soothing energy to bring feelings of comfort and safety.
Pink Tourmaline opens your ability to surrender to love!

Emotional balance and cleanser
Alleviates stress and obsessive behavior
Assists in changing patterns to better align with spiritual growth
Radiates kindness, tolerance

Combine pink tourmaline with these stones:

Use with Rose Quartz, Morganite, Kunzite, Rhodonite, Rhodochrosite, Malachite, Dioptase to restore love
Use with Black Tourmaline to relieve stress, worry or obsessive behavior

Kwan Yin
"She Who Hears the Cries of the World"

Kwan Yin is the pre-eminent goddess in all of Asia. You find her in China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Burma, Thailand and other countries. In the Buddhist tradition, she is the Celestial Bodhisattva of Compassion. A bodhisattva is someone who does spiritual practice with the goal of achieving full enlightenment, but just before she arrives at that point, she makes the decision not to receive full enlightenment until the rest of the world has as well. Then she steps into the world and works to alleviate suffering and to awaken beings to their true nature. According to legend, Kwan Yin was about to enter heaven but paused on the threshold as the cries of the world reached her ears. Kwan Yin is known to be a protector of children. She is often portrayed with a child in her arms, near her feet, or on her knees, or with several children around her. For this reason, and for her compassionate, nurturing nature, I consider her as the Mother aspect of the Goddess.

How She Connects With Her Devotees

Among her devotees, there is a great trust in Kwan Yin's compassion and healing powers. Many believe that even the simple recitation of her name will bring her instantly and the most effective meditation to connect with her is it's constant repitition. The compassion of Kwan Yin is without judgment and reflects the pure force of universal love that is innate in every human being . She finds the tiniest spot of love inside that person, magnifies and reflects it back in its totality. She is able to see the Divinity and perfection of each being and empowers them with her unconditional love. Her embrace is healing and connecting to her in meditation feels like being cradled in the arms of a nurturing Mother.

One of the most famous texts associated with the bodhisattva, the ancient Lotus Sutra whose twenty-fifth chapter, dedicated to Kwan Yin, is known as the "Kwan Yin Sutra," describes thirteen cases of impending disaster--from shipwreck to fire, imprisonment, robbers, demons, fatal poisons and karmic woes--in which the devotee will be rescued if his thoughts dwell on the power of Kwan Yin. The text is recited many times daily by those who wish to receive the benefits it promises.

It is believed that Kwan Yin frequently appears in the sky or on the waves to save those who call upon her when in danger. Personal stories can be heard in Taiwan, for instance, from those who report that during World War II when the United States bombed the Japanese-occupied Taiwan, she appeared in the sky as a young maiden, catching the bombs and covering them with her white garments so they would not explode.

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 23 August, 2012.

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