About this Necklace:
Quan Yin Buddha Pendant- Goldplated
- Length: 60cm
- Metals Type: 18K Gold Plated
- Pendant Size: 2.8cm (TWO SIZE)
- Chain Type: Water-wave Chain
The Goddess of Compassion and Mercy Avalokitesvara and Quan Yin are exemplifications of empathy She is generally similar to Green Tara in Tibetan Buddhism.
Quan Yin – Kuan Yin – is an incarnation of Mary, Sophia, and other ladylike symbols. They are all a similar soul – given the Yin recurrence.
For a considerable length of time, Kuan Yin has embodied the immense perfect of Mahayana Buddhism in her part as “bodhisattva (Chinese “p’u-sa)- – truly “a being of bodhi, or edification,” who is bound to wind up a Buddha yet has inevitable the euphoria of Nirvana with a promise to spare all offspring of God.
Quan Yin conveys the Goddess and Divine Mother part of Buddhism. A similar Goddess and Divine vitality conveyed by the Virgin Mary in Christianity. In the Egyptian puzzles it is conveyed by Isis. In Hinduism it is conveyed by Shakti, spouse of Vishnu, by Parvarti, wife of Shiva, by Radha, wife of Krishna, and by Sita, wife of Rama.
Quan Yin’s name is an interpretation of the Sanskrit name of her central ancestor which is Avalokitesvara, otherwise called Avalokita. In its legitimate shape it is Kuanshih Yin, which signifies “She who harkens to the cries of the world.”
In Korea, Japan, and China she is called Quan Yin. She is a divine bodhisattva and a climbed ace. One of her occupations in the divine circles is to sit on the leading body of the Lord of Karma.
Buddhist folklore recounts Avalokitesvara’s being conceived from a beam of light that sprang from Amitabha Buddha’s correct eye. He promptly stated, “Om Mane Padme Hum”. This is one of the mantras by which he can be conjured in Buddhist convention.
Avalokitesvara came to be referred to by most Tibetans as Buddha’s natural portrayal and as guardian of the dharma (principle) until the coming of Maitreya Buddha.