An ascended lady master with whom you will want to make acquaintance is the beautiful Kuan Yin. Kuan Yin is revered in China and around the world. She is known by many other names, such as the Goddess of Mercy, the Goddess of Compassion, Avalokitesvara, Kwannon, Tara, or the White Goddess. And there are many different spellings of her name: Kuan Shih Yin, Guan Yin, Quan Yin, Quanyin, Kwan Yin, Kwanyin, or Kuanyin. In China, she is Guan ShihYin.
No matter the name, Kuan Yin is known to be benevolent and kind. She is the Goddess of the people, the poor, and the needy. Kuan Yin answers the prayers of those who are suffering and require mercy and compassion. She is the representative of the Divine Feminine who willingly responds to the fears of her children. She embodies fierce compassion as she wields her sword to cut through delusion and expose the truth.
Legend says that as Kuan Yin was about to enter heaven, she heard the cries of the world and decided to delay her entry. Thus, she became a Boddhisattva, remaining close to the earth to assist earth’s evolutions until we all are called home.
How do we invoke the assistance of this most merciful bodhisattva? Through prayer and mantra. She can be summoned in time of war, for weather conditions, for legal challenges. For any circumstance that requires divine intervention, Kuan Yin is there.
There are many stories of Kuan Yin having appeared throughout the world. Many miracles have occurred in her name. She is a most accessible mother. To become one with your Higher Self, recite mantras to Kuan Yin, appealing to her charitable heart and for developing more of a compassionate and merciful heart yourself.
Learn to listen to the cries of the world, and assist others where possible. This is a path of serving and sacrificing for others by surrendering the not-self and the selfish self.