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The Kuan Yin Meditation

Kuan Yin

I invite you to take some time to gaze at the image of this beautiful, gentle goddess. She is Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Compassion. She is the loving mother of all. Let your eyes wander over the delicate folds of her gown, her loving face, her dainty hands and foot, and the light that emanates from her. In her right hand she holds a large Chinese coin. We see her in the act of bringing the money back into her heart to transform it into the love she feels for all her children.

At the same time she is handing the money, transformed by her love, back out to all of us. Money was originally sacred. It was part of the Great Mother of all. It was part of the sacred dance of life. For several thousand years, we have been separated from this divine connection with money, and being separate we have experienced great pain and suffering.

Now, as we move toward a new era, in which power and greed will make way for love, goodwill and abundance for all, the Mother God returns to help us transform the way we understand money.

Kuan Yin is saying in this picture, "Join me in the wondrous act of transforming the energy around money from fear, greed, anger and lack, into love, joy, goodwill and abundance for all who inhabit our magnificent planet."

"Money is the blood of the planet. Heal the money and we can heal the world." "Money flows through the world as blood flows through the body. Money carries with it the ability to provide for all the world's needs, but when it is diseased, the entire world becomes diseased. To heal a person with a blood disease, the blood must be healed or a transfusion given so that healthy blood can flow through the body, bringing with it the properties needed to heal the rest of the body. "
-- MONEY IS LOVE - page 81

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