The Living Word of Kuan Yin

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CreateSpace, Jul 12, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 376 pages
When Lena Lees prayed to a beautiful statue of the goddess Kuan Yin at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, there ensued a story almost too incredible to believe. A few years later, making an appointment with a hypnotherapist, Lena found herself engaged in an ongoing conversation: channeling the words and spiritual canons of the ancient Asian deity she had earlier prayed to.The story of the manifestation of this book is as fascinating and wondrous as its message. A tapestry of found pieces to the cosmic puzzle coupled with mystifying phenomenon, The Living Word of Kuan Yin journals the astounding spiritual sojourn involving a mother of three and her muse. A meticulous chronicling of how, through hypnosis, Asia's ancient deity, Kuan Yin, spoke through Lena, this work ultimately demonstrates how each of us carries within the twin potentials for rebirth: compassion and free will.Focused upon the power of loving-kindness and the importance of personal beliefs and life choices, Kuan Yin speaks with immediacy and ardor. Insisting that it is upon each of us to understand her kaleidoscopic shape shifting: Kuan Yin offers her wondrous insight and wisdom, spirituality for our times.

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