Monday, May 16, 2011

A Kuan Yin Meditation on Oneness

I’m just going to see what Kuan Yin has to say. I just want to see if she has a specific message and/or a specific audience, even if it is just for one person. I’ll just wait for her response.”

“Sit with me in divine faith and believe in me. And I’ll be there. This goes for all beings,” greets Kuan Yin.

“I’m feeling Kuan Yin has an important message but I don’t know how to articulate it. It’s something very powerful but simple. I just need to sit with Kuan Yin to understand.”

There ensues a long silence as Lena attempts to decipher the information being presented by Kuan Yin:

“It’s an interesting dichotomy”, continues Lena; “trying to grapple with one’s dilemma about being in the material world. Kuan Yin is telling me that instead of seeing things and events separately, we should perceive them as part of the whole. Conversely, she is saying we also forget to notice the little things, a single stone or grain of sand. So, the existential question is: when to notice the little things and when to see things as a whole. A powerful meditation when contemplating the Oneness of everything is to find something’s unique qualities. For instance, observe an island’s wholeness and then the uniqueness of a single stone. Westerners are dealing with this dichotomy on a grand scale. Kuan Yin wants me to emphasize that Her meditation is simple but powerful. It’s like physical exercise. One can practice it just once a day or as often as one likes. Other examples to meditate upon besides an island and an individual stone on the island beach are faces in a crowd or a leaf on a tree. Each person in the crowd is, naturally, unique and yet, at that same moment, part of the whole. The same is true for leaves on the trees. Practicing this deceptively easy meditation helps each of us to see reality.

When Kuan Yin refers to reality, she really means truth, the importance of life. Some may need to practice distancing themselves from materialism while others may need to become more grounded in the material world. This meditation can, when properly implemented, balance these two types of people."

Kuan Yin Speaks on the Power of Compassion

While hypnotizing my client, Lena Lees, I was witness to her spontaneous channeling of Eastern Goddess of Compassion, Kuan Yin. These sessions continued for over a year. The Deity's primary messages were that we do indeed create/attract reality, we are here to learn compassion and Her Love and Forgiveness Principle and to appreciate, indeed "marvel" at the wondrous creations surrounding us.

Even though I had hypnotized many others, I could never have imagined the scenario that transformed my life. Indeed, it was a singular psychic event.

Lena Lees herself had lived an amazing life, understanding even at a young age that she was blessed with special abilities enabling her to communicate with those who have passed on. These souls were troubled and sought Lena’s clairvoyant gift to help them console grieving relatives and loved ones.

The story of the Kuan Yin channelings may have begun when Ms. Lees prayed to a beautiful stone visage of Kuan Yin. Having traveled from California to visit with family and friends in Philadelphia, Lena knew this would be the last time, for a while, that she’d be able to visit the East Coast. Placing a visit to the Philadelphia Museum of Art on her family’s vacation itinerary, Lena had no idea of the importance of her decision, how it would later profoundly transform her life. At the museum with her husband and children by her side, she suddenly gravitated to a room boasting an impressive display of Asian shrines and statuary. Drawn to a particularly striking sculpture of Kuan Yin, Lena believed the statue was comforting her, speaking to her. Beseeching Kuan Yin, she and her family asked for assistance with the many challenges they faced ahead. Several years later; making an appointment with me, Lena found herself engaged in an ongoing conversation; channeling the words and spiritual canons of the ancient Asian deity. It became clear that Kuan Yin was using Lena to pass extremely important information on to me; that I was to teach others how these laws would help them achieve spirituality and success in life.

On Christmas day 2004, the catastrophic Indian Ocean Tsunami made landfall. Claiming hundreds of thousands of lives and displacing millions more, the earthquake (and its resulting wave train) had (in a matter of minutes) wrecked havoc on eleven countries.

In a profound display of her psychic capabilities, Lena had been (directly following that event) awakened from her dreams. Feeling a heavy weight bearing down upon her chest she was aware (from previous experiences) that the heaviness was caused by one or more ‘visiting’ energies (souls). Immobilized, unable to even move her limbs, Lena heard an eerie sound—like wind rushing past the side of her face. Trying to console or dismiss the apparently angry and confused disembodied spirits her efforts seemed futile. Finally the souls left, freeing her to go back to sleep.

Humanity has (through the channeled information of extremely intuitive beings), periodically attracted crucial information to assist in understanding the nature of personal and mass reality. Indeed, there have been numerous examples of this throughout history. What especially captured my interest was Kuan Yin’s delineation of the “Collective Agreement” dominating the present paradigm: the underlying thought dynamics attracting specific personal and mass reality.

In the work Oracle of Compassion: the Living Word of Kuan Yin ancient deity, Kuan Yin answers what may be the most important question of ours or any other era: who we are as a species. The current state of affairs of war, poverty and environmental degradation cause many modern philosophers to question whether we are inherently cooperative or competitive. Often Darwin’s research on the nature of various species is cited as an explanation for acts of war and aggression; that humanity is a naturally competitive species.

Periodically, biologists have emphasized the competitive aspects of survival. However, Darwin himself recognized and pointed out the greater advantage of cooperation and compassion within a local group of a species. Indeed, in times of disaster we witness the overwhelming kindness and assistance to aide in victims’ recovery.

Having free will, humanity engages in a full spectrum of activities from helping each other to greed and war. Why is compassion and cooperation currently not generally emphasized? What are the societal pathways that have to be changed so that the majority of societal norms (intentions, actions, spiritual goals) point toward the compassionate end of the scale?

In a physical disease, sooner or later the victim will show deleterious symptoms: signs that the body is breaking down in some way. As a societal disease, war can negatively impact society, the environment and spiritual development at all levels.

Humanity has (through the channeled information of extremely intuitive beings), periodically attracted crucial information to assist in understanding the nature of personal and mass reality—that we are eternal beings living a human existence. Throughout her spiritual teachings, Kuan Yin loosens the Gordion Knot of our entanglement. Compassion at the level personified by Kuan Yin is not some luxury sentiment that might be expressed towards others at the appropriate moment. Indeed, it is at the very core of our survival. And as Kuan Yin’s Law of Compassion is intimately connected with all daily choices and emotions, such compassionate feelings on the part of the ego will join and expand the great rhapsody of light and sound stretching beyond any time/space constraints. “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” This ancient Law of Compassion maxim emphasizing compassion and generosity demonstrates that when compassion is at the forefront of consciousness, one will receive back a multitude of blessings, finally culminating in a release from fear.

The deity explains that our present paradigm mostly dominated by the Fear Triad “better than”, “not enough” and “survival of the fittest” beliefs will eventually force souls coming to earth to accelerate their evolution through confronting and then changing their behavior in regard to the above. Because these limiting beliefs play such a prominent role on earth, Kuan Yin insists that life on earth will eventually point the way to our “escape hatch” from any cycles of limitation and fear.

What indeed is our liberation? Similar to Christ and Buddha, Kuan Yin instructs us on the potency of motherly love and compassion: that they are the most powerful liberating forces in the universe:

Referring to Her Love and Forgiveness Principle; Kuan Yin states: “Loving kindness is the most powerful force in the universe…it is potent even when displayed during the so-called mundane tasks of daily existence. It’s so potent that if everyone could get into that ‘space’ for a minute or even less…all consciousness on earth would immediately change…You can help teach the world about empathy. If you’d rather use the words, ‘loving kindness’, that’s fine. Empathy or loving-kindness! They are the same. But remember, they’re very different from guilt or pity. Having true empathy is to understand another’s pain and suffering from a place of power. Your job is to also create new possibilities.”-Kuan Yin

Obviously, there exist in the Multiverse more livable worlds, void of poverty and pollution. In the following quote, Lena Lees channels Spirit Deity Kuan Yin’s depiction of a much more compassionate, workable system: “There is the ‘pure wealth’: the wealth of higher consciousness. I’m now being shown a dimension, a plane, where that pure wealth of consciousness is a reality. It is reality where everyone is loved, where everyone is fed and healthy. Kuan Yin is showing me around this dimension. She’s showing me the good-heartedness of the energies that live here. There is someone walking on the path above, looking down to where the people are. I’m being shown how everyone is simultaneously aware, that if someone loves, they all feel love. If someone gives, they all give. And if someone is hurting, they all feel the hurt. Those who dwell in this parallel reality are one and separate at the same time. That’s why this reality works. Because the earth plain is so dense, the dimension I’ve described above can’t be replicated here. However, we can strive and learn from this other reality.”