Kuan Yin seated on Lotus Throne. Elegant, highly detailed and exquisitely finished in a faux wood. When we see Kuan Yin on her Lotus Throne, we are reminded of her buddhic attainment and enlightenment.
• Faux Wood
• Height: 7.5 inches
• Weight: 2 lbs
"... people are constantly praying for mercy, but they are so much less willing to grant it to others. We all make mistakes, and mercy is a welcome unguent. Remember the story of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables? The bishop granted him mercy by not pressing charges when the thief stole the bishop’s silverware. Instead he offered Valjean the gift of his silver candlesticks. This act of mercy touched the core of Jean Valjean’s being. From then on he wanted to live with honor and givingness towards life.
You do not want to miss the Jean Valjeans who walk through your life. Mercy changes the giver as well as the receiver. Mercy is not sympathetic or enabling. Mercy is transformative. Pray to Kuan Yin, the Eastern master of mercy, to tutor your soul in the flame of mercy, for truly she is the master teacher for this holy attribute." from Messages from Heaven pp. 55-56.