Spiritual Self Improvement Quotes Reincarnation and Death: A Kuan Yin Perspective

by HOPE BRADFORD CHT - Date: 2007-05-18 - Word Count: 1539 Share This!

Early in 2004 trance channel Lena Lees began her psychic transmissions of Goddess Kuan Yin's modern spiritual teachings. While not as well known in the West, Chinese Goddess of Compassion and Mercy, Kuan Yin, has been traditionally highly venerated in the Chinese Pantheon. Her legend reaching far and wide, She has many names and forms. Known as Kannon in Japan, Avalokitesvara in India, Quan Am in Vietnam and Spyan-rasgzigs or Bodhisattva Chenresi in Tibet, She is the Eastern Deity who weeps for those upon the earth. And indeed, Goddess Kuan Yin is sharer of both misfortune and joy of the masses. Showing the Way, clasping in her hand the mythic weeping willow twig, She showers love, wisdom and compassion upon those who would follow. A tapestry of found pieces to the cosmic puzzle coupled with wondrous and mystifying phenomenon, The Living Word of Kuan Yin chronicles the origin of the Kuan Yin spiritual doctrine: following Ms. Lees' amazing conversation with Asia's goddess of compassion, Kuan Yin. Goddess Kuan Yin's authentic words inform how each of us carry within us the twin potentials for rebirth: compassion and free will. The Goddess also addresses how no matter where we have landed in our lives, we each experience seen and unseen forces. Addressing reincarnation, karma and free will Goddess Kuan Yin states: "There are the waves and there is the wind, seen and unseen forces. Everyone has these same elements in their lives, the seen and unseen, karma and free will. The question is, 'how are you going to handle what you have?'"

Focused upon the power of loving-kindness and the importance of intention and personal beliefs, Kuan Yin speaks with immediacy and ardor. This transcription of her channeled words is unique as it represents a direct and authentic communication with this ancient Goddess: her gift to humanity. Speaking through Lena at this crucial historical moment,

Kuan Yin offers her wondrous insight and wisdom on crucial topics including the creation of personal reality, immortality, reincarnation and contemporary world affairs.

You may already be familiar with Goddess Kuan Yin. She has traditionally been (in Chinese culture) the protector of mothers and children. She has also been patroness and protector of fishermen. Not surprisingly, therefore, Kuan Yin speaks extensively on the power of motherly love, compassion and loving-kindness. Beyond her wise and prophetic words, however, are her parables--chapter vignettes demonstrating her profound teachings concerning one's creation of personal reality and immortality. Ever the changeling, Kuan Yin could, at any juncture, transform her guise. The embodiment of her empathetic and powerful message, her forms show the divine dynamic that

is the God/Goddess Force. Transmuting with ecstatic abandon, the Goddess demonstrates how we are all a part of this vital dynamic. Appearing to Lena as thousand-arms Kuan Yin, she states: "So to attract and assist many people, I manifest in many ways."

Morphing into bigger than life, godlike forms, Kuan Yin demonstrates our full god-potential. Insisting evil does not exist and that nothing can overcome the God Force, Kuan Yin emphasizes there is no reason to fear. Teaching that no one is better than the next, she stresses the lessons here on earth involve acceptance of differences and the development of community. Stating "You've already lived all your lives!" Kuan Yin wants us to understand that we are eternal beings.

Explaining it is necessary to return to this earth odyssey, experiencing even the darkness (ignorance) to finally enter Nirvana (Oneness), Kuan Yin insists that it is the earth experience which represents the most important step in our entire evolution: "Human mistakes and inaccuracies are no less important than divinity...the incredible process of being human allows for the higher self to acknowledge and extract divinity from one's trials and tribulations."

Furthermore, Kuan Yin advises that what is needed on earth is "compassion for the untruth". Touching "untruth's" shoulder with the utmost compassion, she demonstrates her infinite capacity for love and forgiveness. Stemming the tide of war and destruction can only occur, she maintains, through "sprinkling elements of truth and healing". This process requires one understand the issues of his or her life from a place of detachment. To examine one's life from this impartial perspective allows the Higher Self to participate in daily choices and problem solving. While ego is responsible for maintaining the self in day-to-day reality, much of the pressure of decision-making can be mitigated when allowing one's relationship with the higher self to unfold. Divinity is not, then, some distant or unattainable ideal. Rather is intimately associated with all that is considered part of a "realistic life". To spiritually assess one's personal dramas from a place of detachment; to regard them as integral to spiritual growth is an enlightened choice. This personal choice, in itself, has the power to transform the course of one's life path. However, Kuan Yin offers important spiritual techniques and tools--ways to overcome adversity and despair that are available to everyone 24/7.

"Abundance and love are always there. Believe in the highest good. There is a higher essence to everything. The realm you're in has a heaviness that mutes energy. You can penetrate through it, no matter how dark and heavy. Sometimes it has nothing to do with karma. Just don't forget to keep it open. Don't get too bogged down, don't limit the brightness. Reach through the dark energy and grab it. You might see the smoke coming out of the chimney and you'll even see the smoky sky. You need to reach through the smoke and bring the light to you. Remember the possibilities of something greater then are right here. Be willing to go to the lightness."

Manifesting during Lena's trance, Kuan Yin did not arrive with a list of instructions. Nor was there a user's manual so to interpret her many and varied transformations. Insisting that her kaleidoscopic shape shifting harbors the mysteries of the universe, Kuan Yin instead explains that it rests upon us to unravel the meanings of her vast array of amazing and mysterious forms:

"I don't really know what I'm seeing. I just see all kinds of shapes and forms of Kuan Yin," continues Lena. "I'm now witnessing a scene of Hiroshima, a great mushroom cloud. She's inside it. Now it is inside of her. Suddenly, it explodes in her body and she absorbs, becomes the energy.That's her message for this chapter. Nothing can harm her. Even the most devastating force is changed, softened so that people will grow even when experiencing complete destruction. She's not afraid to merge with the most fearsome creations."

"You see," announces Kuan Yin, "I am still am in my original form. It didn't destroy me...Your life on earth is the most important thing in your existence," ordinates Kuan Yin. "Your existence is eternal. This phase (of your soul) is so important because you learn so much in human form. This is where the individual's ‘spark' or existence can expand into bigger, more powerful energies, not entities. Entities are closed systems whereas energies are open systems," differentiates Kuan Yin. "Some energies are not as potent. The only way to develop a potent energy is to spend an existence on the earth. There, one can develop a compassionate nature so that when passing onto other dimensions, one can be of help. When one leaves one's earth body one will need to fully understand compassion to be helpful, effective...Humanity, then, is misunderstood. It's a powerful place to be when it is fully experienced." explains Kuan Yin. "Unless one fully experiences one's humanity, one will have to experience earth again and again. One will have to repeat the lessons offered here upon the earth. It is possible that one need not have to reincarnate. Many don't live up to their full potential because they're afraid of death.I want to emphasize here that only the body dies. People get too attached (to their physicality). But, they have to. One's consciousness must be fairly strong in order for the soul's desire to continue. The more we feel our humanity, the more help we can give and the more joy we can create."

"It is important to accept that the human condition is temporary, fleeting. It's filled with pain and suffering, beauty, strange tastes, odors of death, everything that exists in the universe. Problems are created when one is so obsessed with his or her own death, when one is too attached to their life. This attachment to a single incarnation causes the species to play out gruesome deaths. If you knew you were more than just this life, you would not plunder the land, each other."

"Death is like giving birth. Birth can be painful. Sometimes women die from giving birth. However, once the baby is born, all the pain vanishes in an instant. Love for that tiny newborn makes one forget the pain, the fear. And as I've said, during other exchanges: love between mother and child is the highest experience, the closest to divine love. You might wonder about the parallel I'm making between birth and death. But I say to you, the fear and pain accompanying an awful death is over quickly. Beyond that portal one is suddenly in the light, in oneness and bliss." http://www.amazon.com/Living-Word-Kuan-Yin/dp/1419646400 http://www.kuanyin.city.with.us http://www.amazines.com

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