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Kuan Yin Goddess of Compassion Magical Oil
The Sanskrit name "Avalokiteshvara" means "the lord who looks upon
the world with compassion
Translated into Chinese, the name is
"Kuan Shih Yin"or Quan Yin.
Shih: the world / the region of sufferers
Yin: all the sounds of the world, in particular, the crying sounds of
beings, verbal or mental, seeking help
Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva is the embodiment of great compassion.
He has vowed to free all sentient beings from suffering.
Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva is has great powers and can help all sentient
beings. His skilful means are limitless and he can appear in any form in all t
he six realms of existence to relieve the suffering of the sentient beings who
live there. He vowed to rescue those who call on him when they are in suffering,
for example, when caught in a fire, shipwrecked or facing an attack.
In the Lotus Sutra, Shakyamuni Buddha said that if a suffering being hears the
name of Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva and earnestly calls out to the bodhisattva,
Avalokiteshvara will hear the call and relieve that being from his suffering.
According to the Huayen Sutra, Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva transforms himself
into forms that suit the nature of those to be helped. His manifestations or t
ransformation bodies are countless.
In China, Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva is represented in female form and is known
as Kuan Yin. Probably because of Kuan Yin's great compassion, a quality which is
traditionally considered feminine, most of the bodhisattva's statues in China since
the Tang Dynasty (A.D. 618 - 907) have appeared as female figures. In India,
however, the bodhisattva is generally represented as a male figure.
In her hands, Kuan Yin may hold a willow branch, a vase with water or occasionally,
a lotus flower.
The willow branch is used to heal people's illnesses or bring fulfillment
to their requests.
The water ( the dew of compassion) has the quality of removing
suffering, purifying the defilements of our body, speech and mind, and lengthening life.
In Buddhist art, Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva is sometimes shown with eleven heads,
1000 hands and eyes on the palms of each hand (Thousand-Armed Avalokiteshvara
Bodhisattva). The thousand eyes allow the bodhisattva to see the sufferings of sentient
beings, and the thousand hands allow her to reach out to help them.
In the Spirit of Kuan Yin this Magical Oil is blessed and consecrated to bring peace,
protection, comfort, and Good Luck. You can wear a drop as a perfume, add a drop
to energize a good luck charm, crystal, or bag, or simply open the bottle occasionally
to let some fragrance and magic into the room.
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