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Quan Yin statuette – 12 cm

18,00 

Quan Yin is the embodiment of compassion and friendship, and she can hear the crying of every living being. Quan Yin is also known as the Goddess of Mercy. She is a virgin goddess who will protect women, a patroness of the sea, supports the ones who ask for help and hears every prayer.
Quan Yin is often depicted holding a twig from the weeping willow, known for its trailing leaf branches that hang down to the ground and through which the raindrops drip like tears. It is said that Quan Yin is the representation of the same energy as Maria and Tara.

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Description

Material: white alabaster, polyresin
Size: 12 cm
Weight: 230 g

Quan Yin is the embodiment of compassion and friendship, and she can hear the crying of every living being. Quan Yin is also known as the Goddess of Mercy. She is a virgin goddess who will protect women, a patroness of the sea, supports the ones who ask for help and hears every prayer.
Quan Yin is often depicted holding a twig from the weeping willow, known for its trailing leaf branches that hang down to the ground and through which the raindrops drip like tears. It is said that Quan Yin is the representation of the same energy as Maria and Tara.

Placing a Quan Yin statue in your home can attract positive Chi energy. Quan Yin statues are a popular feng shui item. There are a few hard and fast feng shui rules you want to follow so as not to offend the Quan Yin. Be sure to follow these instructions and you’ll soon reap the blessings of a grateful feng shui Quan Yin.

Feng Shui Rules for QUAN YIN Placement

Place a Quan Yin at a height that is at least eye level. Looking down at a deity is considered rude and irreverent. Avoid placing near electrical outlets or equipment with moving parts and motors. This type of activity disturbs the surrounding energy.

No Quan Yin in Bathroom, Bedroom or Kitchen
When placing a Quan Yin statue or any statue of a deity make sure the location is truly one of reverence. This means you should never place a Quan Yin in a bedroom, bathroom or kitchen.

Quan Yin Facing Front Door
Many feng shui consultants recommend placing the Quan Yin opposite the main front door of a home on a table that is about 30 inches high. This location allows Quan Yin to interact with the chi energy entering your home. From this position, the statue can neutralize any negative chi, and transform it from damaging to very lucky energy.

Living Room Quan Yin
Quan Yin is also quite comfortable in the living room. The best position for Quan Yin in the living room is facing the front door.

Quan Yin on a Student Desk
Students should place Quan Yin on their desks. This is a perfect location to enlist a little help with lessons and evoke Quan Yin auspicious energy for fulfilling your academic goals.

Quan Yin Statue in the Office
For those that own a business, placing Quan Yin on a reception’s desk can help bring prosperity to your company. You can also place Quan Yin on an office table.

Quan Yin Altar
If you’re Buddhist, then you probably already have an altar; just make sure you place this altar in your home where meditation and reflection can be practiced.

Quan Yin for Yoga Practice
If you practice yoga, then you have a special room or area of a room in your home devote to your exercise. This is an excellent place for a Quan Yin statue. Just be sure to place it eye level or higher.