Namo Kuan Shih Yin Pu Sa
Salutations to the most compassionate and merciful
Bodhisattva Kuan Yin
She Who Hears the Cries of the World …
MotherHouse Goddess Temple is delighted to offer REFUGE: A Kuan Yin Mini Telesummit in honor of her birthday on 3/25/19.
Kuan Yin is the Chinese Goddess of Compassion and Mercy. It is not flippant to say that Kuan Yin is easily the nicest Goddess that I know. No issue, no hurt, no cry is too insignificant to elicit her assistance. As with the Virgin Mary, stories of Kuan Yin appearing to those in need are found throughout the world.
Kuan Yin is the calm in the storm, a beacon to the needy, the Mother who bends gracefully and willingly to respond to the fears of her children. She also can embody fierce compassion as she wields the sword to cut through delusion and expose the truth.
Kuan Yin’s devotees are truly global, inspired and comforted by the unflinching presence of this Bodhisattva.
Beginning on Kuan Yin’s birthday and continuing for five days, the interviews and offerings from each of the Presenters will be available for you to explore and use as inspiration for your personal connection and journey with Goddess. Refer back to the information as after as you like to call upon the presence of Kuan Yin. The telesummit content remains open for at least one year.
Presenters and Topics
Facilitator – Kimberly Moore, Priestess & Founder of MotherHouse & Mystery School of the Goddess & presenting Chanting to Kuan Yin
Dr. Ranjini George – The Journey to Kuan Yin (The Kuan Yin Story Cafe)
Yeshe Matthews – Kuan Yin Devotion (Mt. Shasta Goddess Temple)
Katherine Skaggs – Kuan Yin as the Empress in the Mythical Goddess Tarot (Katherine Skaggs)
Renee Starr – Quan Yin’s Garden (Goddess Priestess Witch)
Gwynne Warner – From the Lotus of Our Hearts: Devotional Offerings for Guan Yin’s Birthday (10,000 Blessings Feng Shui)
BONUS OFFERINGS ON SIGN UP:
- Kuan Yin’s Myth & Correspondences
- The Bodhisattva Prayer
- Kuan Yin Music Playlist
- Article: What Would Kuan Yin Say? Practicing Self Compassion
“Rocks, willows, lotus pools or running water are often indications of her presences. In the chime of bronze or jade, the sigh of wind in the pines, the prattle and tinkle of streams, her voice is heard.” — John Blofeld