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Kuan Yin- Mother of Mercy

Known as the Mother of Mercy in the East, Kuan Yin has been worshipped by Buddhists for thousands of years. She is the greatest of bodhisattvas and embodies the totality of compassion for humanity.

Kuan Yin Rosary of Mercy and Ho'oponopono 

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Rosary Devotion to the Mother of the East

This 33 minute rosary meditation is a devotion to the Mother of the East and as a way to bring East and West together. 

Follow in the footsteps of Kuan Yin as you join in this rosary of love and forgiveness and let this light flow through you to emanate blessings and compassion to all. This rosary of contemplative prayer was designed to help devotees of Kuan Yin to become one with her compassionate and merciful heart. 

Kuan Yin Shares Teachings on Maintaining a Merciful Heart amidst Duality.

Avalokitesvara's release of Light was delivered through David Christopher Lewis messenger for the Ascended Masters.

Kuan Yin known as the Mother of Mercy in the East, has been worshipped by Buddhists for thousands of years. She is the greatest of Bodhisattvas and embodies the totality of compassion for humanity. She removes obstacles, erases past offenses, dispenses mercy, healing and spiritual graces, while always meeting the true inner needs of the soul.

Kuan Yin by fountain

"Hearer of Sounds"

Her shortened Chinese name,  Kuan Yin, means “Hearer of Sounds.” Her full name, Kuan Shih Yin,  means “Hearer of the World’s Sounds.” According to Eastern tradition, when Kuan Yin was about to enter heaven, as she stood on the very threshold, she could hear the cries of humanity. She did not enter but returned to help all who suffer in the earth plane. The term “Hearer of Sounds" can also be translated as “perceiver” or “regarder” of the world’s sounds. She is known in much of Asia as a divine emanation that answers the prayers of those who faithfully call upon her name.

Kuan Yin removes obstacles, erases past offenses, dispenses mercy, healing and spiritual graces, while always meeting the true inner needs of the soul.
Kuan yin on ice water

Bodhisattva of Compassion

One of her many titles is Bodhisattva of Compassion. Bodhisattva is a Sanskrit word—bodhi meaning "enlightenment"  and sattva translated as "reality" or "existence." A bodhisattva is an enlightened being who has vowed to forgo higher realms and full liberation in order to assist those still struggling in the physical world. A bodhisattva cultivates virtue and pursues his/her spiritual career while on a path of self-sacrifice for the welfare of others and gives compassionate, loving service to humanity and to all sentient life. A bodhisattva (P’u Sa in Chinese) can be a person still in embodiment or a celestial being like Kuan Yin. At this highest transcendent level, the title is mahasattva.

Kuan Yin Mercy Prayer

Kuan Yin is a cross-cultural, nondenominational figure revered by many spiritual and religious traditions around the world. She serves the aspirants of all spiritual heritages and paths.Those who espouse a concept of an impersonal, formless divinity see her as an expression of the essence of compassion, or as a symbol of it. Others who acknowledge a personal Godhead view her as a divine embodiment of this virtue. Some view her as both the impersonal and personal manifestations of divine compassion, with no contradiction. She nurtures the growth of this quality in us through our devotions and our interpersonal relationships with others.

—Excerpted from Kuan Yin's Miracle Mantras by Josephine Stark.

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HeartStreams from Kuan Yin
Kuan Yin's Missives of Mercy
On January 13, 2008 Kuan Yin began delivering a series called Missives of Mercy for those who would be bodhisattvas of love. In these releases of light, she desired to direct the currents of mercy into the deepest recesses of our consciousness. By our reverent and respectful attentiveness to this flame of compassion and forgiveness, she will weave a garland of light around the Earth. View list

What Is a HeartStream?
HeartStreams are communications from the ascended masters to their students through a messenger of the Universal White Brotherhood. They contain teachings that help us to understand our true nature and our purpose in life. More


Kuan yins rosary of mercy

Kuan Yin's Rosary of Mercy Booklet
(folleto en español)

Follow in the footsteps of Kuan Yin as you join in this rosary of love and forgiveness and let this light flow through you to emanate blessings and benevolence to all.


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Kuan Yin's Rosary of Mercy CD


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Kuan Yin's Miracle Mantras
by Josefine Stark with Christine Meiner

A fascinating explanation of Kuan Yin including famous embodiments, legends, sutra promises, descriptions of her retreat, the secrets of sound and the violet light. Over 70 pages of mantras with pronunciations and illustrations for hand mudras with additional visualizations and meditations!

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Messages from Kuan Yin

Kuan Yin      March 19, 2016

Beloved Kuan Yin
David Christopher Lewis
March 19, 2016   10:44 ̶ 10:57 HST
2016 Maui Prayer Vigil
A Prayer Vigil for Planetary Peace
Maui, Hawaii

The Dance of the Bodhisattvas of Peace

Dance, O bodhisattvas—dance in heaven and upon earth. Dance in the lives of both the wicked and the holy. Dance on every shore, among all peoples, in every home and habitation. Dance in the great cities, the squares and the streets thereof. Dance on the mountaintops, in the valleys. Dance in the great arenas of sport, up the stairs and in the elevators of the great buildings of East and West. Dance in every business. Dance on every bus, train, airline and in every vehicle and mode of transportation.

Dance, O bodhisattvas, with the children, with the aged, the teens, the twenty- and thirty-somethings and those in between, of all ages. Dance in the stars; dance in the sky and among the stars. Dance in the nebulae, dance in the sun. Dance within the earth, to its core, and even within the great volcanoes of fire and magma and lava. Dance under the waters—in the oceans, the lakes, the seas. Dance upon the rivers, the streams, on all ponds and waterways. Dance in the lives of devotees. Dance in their minds and in their hearts and in their souls.

O Bodhisattvas of Mercy, dance the dance of peace. Dance the dance of love. Dance the dance of awareness, the dance of compassion and joy. And in this dance, we dance with thee, O bodhisattvas of heaven and of earth. We move in stream and grace the sky with the essence of ourselves, with the colors of the wind, the movement of sound, of music, of vibration. And in this dance, we are suffused in light, in mercy, in joy and within the elements—fire, air, water, earth and ether—of the fivefold aspects of being.

We dance, we dance, we dance, we dance. We prance, we prance, we prance, we prance. Dance with the elementals, the horses, the goats. Dance with the chickens, the giraffes and even the crocodiles. Dance with the pandas. Dance with the ocelots. Dance with the white bears of the North, the grizzlies, the Kodiaks. Dance with the hyenas, the zebras, the emu. Dance among the lilies, the callas, the begonias. Dance amidst the roses, the daffodils, the petunias. Dance in all gardens. Dance on every farm. Dance on every ranch, in every yard, in every home—dance everywhere. There is space and spacelessness. Dance in the minds of the devotees of love.

O bodhisattvas, your dance is sublime, your dance is divine, your dance is of light, your dance is of love. Mercy, mercy, mercy, mercy, mercy, mercy, mercy, mercy—this is our dance, O bodhisattvas of love. This is our dance, with light from above.

Now the trails of children of the Buddhas come to dance with you, O ladies of fire. They swirl and they turn, they tumble, they jump, they leap and they slide and they wing their way to the sun. Dance, O beings of light and love. Dance, oh dance, O beings of joy.

OM, this dance, this day of light with Buddhas and bodhisattvas, numberless and bright. Dance again and again and again—dance. Yes, now and then and again. OM. O Buddhas, one thousand in all, dance, O Buddhas, with the maidens so tall. Dance, oh dance, oh dance, oh dance.

[Kuan Yin sounds the OM.]

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