ook of Revelation:
1 And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars:
2 And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered.
Were the above passages from the Book of Revelation referring to Kuan Yin, the Water-Moon Goddess and Goddess of Fertility? In fact, many cultures consider Her to be Mother God. Throughout the millennia and around the world, those seeking truth have reported seeing visions of this deity in Her various and illuminated forms. And while traditional stories of Kuan Yin’s life on earth may vary, recognition of this deity’s compassion is universal:
“Know this! You can go through disaster and I’ll still be here. I’m here for you eternally…I’ll be here until the last soul passes off the earth. I remain in deity form to assist people in transcending their materialistic nature, to help them attain their highest spiritual level.”-Kuan Yin
Kuan Yin’s spiritual teachings instruct that we are vibrational beings who create our reality and that maintaining connection with spirit helps diminish any fear of death, one of the greatest causes of suffering and limitation.
This deity, throughout the millennia, has been renowned for infinite metamorphisms. Regarded as the ‘mother of the human race’, Kuan Yin embodies the essence of compassion within all beings. Worshipped throughout Japan (as Kannon) and mainland Asia, Kuan Yin has many names having many translations, for example: “She who harkens to the cries of the world” or “the Lord who looks upon the world with compassion”. Reverence for Kuan Yin is estimated, by many, to date back to Mother Goddess Devi and the Indus Valley Civilization (3000- 1500 BC).
Beginning in early 2004 ancient deity Kuan Yin once again returned, delivering Her profound wisdom through psychic channel Lena Lees. During the original sessions, Kuan Yin appeared to Ms. Lees’ in various spectacular forms ranging in size from galaxies to a honeybee and as both male and female. Forming such self-creations, the deity is the divine expression of energy.
Stating, “In the end it does not matter what form I take”, Kuan Yin explained how She is magnetized to those having a sincere desire to know truth: “I come to people in many forms, forms constructed from people’s own perceptions. And it is individual spiritual needs that create these unique perceptions.”
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