Kuan Yin's chant and other things merciful
- The chanting of Kuan Yin's name is a popular form of Buddhist practice, and is said to bring great comfort and purity to the chanter. Through calling her name you cultivate in yourself her great compassion. I recommend it.
- Creating a sacred space dedicated to Kuan Yin is even taking off in the West.
- A Thousand-Hand Kwan-Yin on dsiplay in Chongqing
- "Kuan Yin (also knows as Q’uan Yin, Kannon, Guan Yin) is a great goddess of the East, there to help us invoke spiritual blessings, compassion, inner peace and the contentment that comes to those who help spread her message of forgiveness. The spiritual equivalent of Mother Mary in Christianity, Kuan Yin’s popularity spans many countries of Asia where she is universally known as the Goddess of Mercy."
- Michelle tells us how she fell in love with Kuan Yin the first time she heard of her: "Kuan Yin is a bodhisattva, a being who refrains from entering Nirvana in order to help others."
- A temple in the Bronx is giving advance notice of its celebration of Kuan Yin Bodhisattva's Enlightenment Day on the 19th of July this year.
- A CD of Kuan Yin Meditations: "May these meditations bring you deep into connection with the Divine Lotus Mother, her gentleness, fierce love and compassion, her endless devotion to your enlightenment and peace. Om Mani Padme Hum."