kuan yin

A Quote by Lena Lees on push-through, kuan yin, chakras, solar plexus, meditation, spiritual practices, spirituality as a focus, and liberation

"The pain in those chakras is meant to be felt; experienced. You are going to feel it (the sadness, and despair) move. It's part of the "push-through". The energy in the solar plexus, especially, needs to move...Balance. Practice. Meditating upon my form. These are three excellent spiritual practices to put my teachings in place. I want people to know that spirituality is a focus, a commitment, not a punishment. It's liberating."

Lena Lees

Source: The Living Word of Kuan Yin

Contributed by: Hope

A Quote by Lena Lees on kuan yin, planetary imprint, free will, deviants, planetary karmic build-up, grand experiment, and dualities

"There is planetary karmic build-up. It's nothing the planet did: more like a pattern of energy on the planet," replies Kuan Yin. "Whenever an event occurs, there is a "planetary imprint". Energies are drawn to that imprint. Energies are then drawn to the existing energies.The energies that are here on earth have free will. When you mix free will you get certain deviants. It is intended to be a planet for this purpose. Earth represents a certain grade similar to a school. It's all a grand experiment. It's possible to completely re-create this earth," insists Kuan Yin. "You'll kill yourselves before you kill the earth...We're talking in dualities because dualities are built into your language. You think that just because there is an absence of good, for instance, that evil exists. This is not so. In fact, things are far more intricate."

Lena Lees

Source: The Living Word of Kuan Yin

Contributed by: Hope

A Quote by Lena Lees on kuan yin, quan yin, soul, karma, eeg periodicities, brainwaves, trance, dreams, healing, and gravity

Lena explains what Kuan Yin is telling her about the EEG periodicities: "These protective elements (the brainwaves) help our human bodies function and survive on this earth plane. However, this discussion involves the soul. Gravity holds our physical bodies in place. Our skin holds the spirit in place. Heavy layers of energy, karma (around the earth and the body), weigh us down. Every layer is different. The brain waves represent the different layers of consciousness. Each brainwave is a sort of gelatinous substance; layer upon layer; much like the onionskin metaphor. Accessing a certain layer accesses certain abilities [i.e. trance skills in the alpha range, dream abilities in the theta range, etc.]. They all work together perfectly. When an individual "hits" a certain layer, he can work (heal) certain issues.

Lena Lees

Source: The Living Word of Kuan Yin

Contributed by: Hope

A Quote by Lena Lees on kuan yin, kuan yin quotes, focused attentions, meditation, and buddhism


"I'm seeing how one's mind can distract, can come between one another. Here and now [visiting with Kuan Yin], there is no space between our complete focused attentions. The energy is unbroken, continuous. It's like meditation."

Lena Lees

Source: The Living Word of Kuan Yin: The Teachings & Prophecies of The Goddess of Compassion & Mercy

Contributed by: Hope

A Quote by Lena Lees on kuan yin, earth consciousness, and the love and forgiveness principle

"If every human being recognized the power of the love and forgiveness principle, all consciousness on earth would change instantly. Indeed, thoughts can change the course of history. Sometimes, all it takes is enough people knowing about a certain concept."

Lena Lees

Source: The Living Word of Kuan Yin: The Teachings & Prophecies of The Goddess of Compassion & Mercy

Contributed by: Hope

A Quote by Bernard Glassman on compassion, kannon, kuan yin, avalokitesvara, attachment, skillful means, and buddhist compassion

In Buddhism we have different images and symbols. One of my favorites is Kannon, the image of compassion. Kannon can be a male or a female. There are different physical images of Kannon, but one shows Kannon with many, many arms. Why does Kannon have so many arms? I believe it is because Kannon took the the vos to make peace among all sentient beings she was so overwhelmed by the enormity of what that meant that she burst apart into millions of pieces. But the energy of that same vow brought all those pieces back in the shape of a million arms. Each arm holds something different. One arm holds a watch, one holds glasses, one arm bears a pen, one a hoe, one arm a Christmas bag, one a condom. Each arm has something different for the proper occasion.

Each of is an arm of Kannon, enabling Kannon to do her work. Like her, we're also overwhelmed, but when we reallize that the millions of pieces are all operating as one, then there's no problem. The reason we get overwhelmed is that we're attached to a certain result or taht we want to achieve a certain result or that we to achieve a certain goal. If we weren't attached we wouldn't be overwhelmed. It's endless. And we just take one step after the next

Bernard Glassman

Source: Buddhist Acts of Compassion by Pemela Bloom

Contributed by: Ryan

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