Serenity and peace radiate from this exquisitely hand-painted statue. The Bodhisattva Kuan Yin in your home shrine will be a reminder to practice love and compassion in your daily life, especially for yourself.
This Kuan Yin statue is a favorite of those seeking to have a baby.
Kuan Yin standing on waves on the lotus throne demonstrates her buddhic enlightenment. From the pale jade green robe to the blooming lotus flowers, the charming detail is delightful.
• Hand-painted resin
• Height: 20 inches
• Weight: 10 lbs.
In many statues, Kuan Yin is portrayed holding a vase or pouring a vase. This represents the dew of compassion that she dispenses upon a world in need. You might see Kuan Yin on a lotus blossom or tortoise floating on waves. This represents her buddhic enlightenment. Sailors look upon Kuan Yin as their own personal savior. She is also called upon by women (and men) who are childless. Statues of her holding a baby are said to help fertility.