Amulet Lucky Kwan Yin Quan and Natural Shell Pendant Necklace
- Pendant Size: 35mm X 25mm
- Kwan Yin Quan Charm Size: 33mm X 22mm
- Comes with 18 inch Black Satin Cord with Lobster Bail.
- Pendant comes with Genuine and Natural Assembled Shell Tag
- Comes with Gift Box
Very Unique, Attractive and Special Amulet Kwan Yin Quan Pendant. It Comes with Antique Brass Pewter Kwan Yin Quan Charm and Genuine Assembled Shell Tag. It also comes with 18 inch Black Satin Cord with lobster bail.
Kwan Yin Quan Charm is Double Sided and Holds Magic, Good Luck and Protection Symbols on the Back of the Charm, see extra images for details. This Pendant is designed on Genuine and Natural Assembled Shell Tag and attracts Natural Good Luck Powers and Energies to its Owner and Makes it Very Unique Piece of Jewelry.
Chinese has been known as one of the Oldest Languages on the Planet. That is probably the reason, why their letters and characters do not look any closer to all other languages. Chinese Characters are holding a Real Meaning, which are representing some of the Most Powerful Symbols for a Human Kind.
Meaning and Legend of Kwan Yin Quan:
Kwan Yin Quan is known as the Goddess of Blessings & Healing. She is the most beloved and revered of the Chinese deities. Kwan Yin Quan is the Divine Mother we all long for: Merciful, Tender, Compassionate, Loving, Protecting, Caring, Healing, and Wise. Many believe that she is the female representation of Avalokitesvara, who is the Tibetan and Nepalese God of Blessings. In Asia, statues of Kwan Yin Quan can be found in front of, or on the grounds of, many Buddhist temples. Pre-revolutionary China, this semi divine being was honored in virtually every home; she was the most powerful being in the entire Chinese pantheon. According to tradition Kwan Yin Quan had been an ordinary person who had followed the path of wisdom and service until after many incarnations she reached the supreme goal, nirvana. Full of resolve she exclaimed: "If in time to come I am to obtain power to benefit all beings, may I now be endowed with a thousand hands, a thousand eyes." Instantly her wish was granted, and since that moment Kwan Yin Quan has appeared in so many different forms, and in so many lands, it does seem that she has a thousand eyes and a thousand hands to Help those in need. As the Kuan Yin Sutra states, when one turns to Kwan Yin Quan, to the self within which images the divine self, a raging fire becomes a placid pool; chains that bind one's hands and feet are loosened; beasts flee, and snakes lose their poison. Also in times of great danger "miracles" do occur. For when self-nature is awakened, and blessings active, we are Kwan Yin Quan - the incarnation of mercy and love. The statues help remind us of this. They speak to our spiritual self.
GOOD LUCK and NATURAL Powers of Natural Shell:
Shell is one of the most ancient living creatures on this planet. It has been in existence for over 30,000 million years. When worn on the skin the shell transmits vibrations from the ocean to the body that counter balance overly dynamic energies due to its water nature. People are instantly taken with its beautiful colors. Shell is also used to absorb negativity and bring good luck. As well stimulates intuition and promotes cooperation between self and others.