Do you believe that messages can come from beyond? In 2004, Lena Lees spoke directly with the Eastern goddess of compassion, Kuan Yin, while in a hypnosis-induced trance. During those twenty-eight trance sessions, Kuan Yin addressed such timely issues as global warming, reincarnation and perhaps most importantly, the Iraq War. The following direct quotes, explain this ancient goddess's viewpoint:
“You must acknowledge and experience this part of the universe. Karma is intricate, too vast. You would, with your limited human senses, consider it too unfair. But you have tools to really, truly love. Loving the children is very important. But love everyone as you would love your children...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. However, 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. However, they have to. One’s consciousness of the physical 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...The best you can do,” stresses Kuan Yin, “is to live a life governed by integrity. Live your life with authenticity. Do the best you can and be honest with yourself and others. There is a collective agreement that this (life you are living on earth) is reality. Therefore, you have to play along...Do not believe that your humanity prevents you from being spiritual. Know that this (earth) drama doesn’t mean spirituality doesn’t exist on the earth plane. Try to be forgiving and objective when enduring your own earthly drama. Indeed, one’s approach to one’s own life drama can actually affect the outcome. That is, certain interactive strategies can render an “ordinary” drama, spiritual. Don’t fall into the trap of ego and money. Don’t be too concerned whether the drama you’re experiencing is a result of karma. Rather, emphasize the concept that we are all one, that no one is better than the other. You are all sacred energies and everyone is as sacred as the next.”
Kuan Yin, Chinese Goddess of Compassion and Mercy is the highly venerated deity in the Chinese Pantheon. Many in the East have sought and found her loving and comforting visage and words. Her many forms have been
immortalized; elaborately sculpted and painted in temples and pagodas throughout the eastern hemisphere. It is said that the deity is capable of assuming thirty-three distinct forms and that seven of them are feminine.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 wisdom and love upon those who would follow. In the book, The Living Word of Kuan Yin, this goddess makes it clear that she is very available and that anyone calling upon her for assistence will be answered. The trick, I suppose, is knowing in what form she will appear. For this goddess is a changeling. It is sometimes claimed that humanity cannot truly know God. Yet, through this Goddess' amazing transformations and shape shifting, Goddess Kuan Yin demonstrates the infinite love and compassion of the universe. Teaching that there is
no birth or death, Kuan Yin maintains that they are but illusions of ego-based consciousness. Her imaginative
transformations also allude to the multidimsionality of the Self. Commenting upon this manuscript, readers have marveled at how it "gives a great insight into just how little we know about the true workings of God and the universe, but at the same time helps you to understand your unique divinity." Guided, by Kuan Yin, through spectacular astral vistas, Lena’s trances were gateways to illumination with visionary sojourns spanning the earth plane and beyond. Embellishing each amazing journey is Kuan Yin’s ability to transform herself into any shape she so desires.
Her transformations utilize two primary modes: metaphor and archetype. While entertaining, her metamorphoses are intended to be much more. As she has expressed, her shape shifting allows her to take whatever forms necessary to convey her spiritual teachings. Central to her scriptures is that while it is important to have a path to follow, one needs to release all expectations concerning the outcome lest they create a "negative driving force".There is nothing wrong with attaining great wealth or position in life. However, Kuan Yin wants us to know that the greatest wealth is the bond between family members and friends.
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