Quan Yin represents the "bodhisattva --literally "a being of Bodhi, or enlightenment," who is destined to become a Buddha but has foregone the bliss of Nirvana with a vow to save all children of God. She carries the Goddess and Divine Mother ,the same Goddess and Divine energy carried by the Virgin Mary in Christianity. and Isis in the Egyptian mystery schools. Quan Yin's name is a translation of the Sanskrit name of her chief progenitor which is Avalokitesvara, also known as Avalokita. In its proper form it is Kuanshih Yin, which means "She who harkens to the cries of the world." Avalokitesvara and Quan Yin are embodiments of compassion. Quan Yin is also known as Kuan Yin, Quan'Am (Vietnam), Kannon (Japan), and Kanin (Bali), She is the embodiment of compassionate loving kindness, hearing the cries of all beings. Quan Yin enjoys a strong resonance with the Christian Mary and the Tibetan goddess Tara. Quan Yin vowed to remain in the earthly realms and not enter the heavenly worlds until all other living things have completed their own enlightenment and thus become liberated from the pain-filled cycle of birth, death, and rebirth.Quan Yin is unique among the heavenly hierarchy in that She is so utterly free from pride or vengefulness that She remains reluctant to punish even those to whom a severe lesson might be appropriate. She counsels us by Her actions to cultivate within ourselves those particular refined qualities that all beings are said to naturally possess in some vestigial form.
At a consciousness level of 137,000 Quan Yin will move you to very high levels of acceptance of others, being in the moment, seeing all sides of the situation and extending total compassion simultaneously. This doesn’t mean you will turn into Quan Yin in a flash, for your lower denser issues will surface for processing as your compassion increases.