Kat Michaels, CCT, ACM, katmichaels.net
Kwan Yin (also spelled Kuan Yin, Guan Yin, or Quan Yin) is the Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion and the Goddess of Mercy. Prominently celebrated throughout east Asia, Kwan Yin assists with forgiveness, compassion, and unconditional love. Call on Kwan Yin to help you release anger, resentment, and doubt, and to increase forgiveness and love.
Here is a message from Kwan Yin.
Beloveds, first understand that you are loved and cherished, by each other as well as by us. Know this fact and embrace it - allow this to envelop you - for when you know that you are loved, the expression of all that you do will improve, will soften, and will grow to be that which it should be. Learn to show each other your love if you can; love has the power to change things, and it is the most effective method of resistance against hate.
Know also that we are here - we can help with your pain - please ask us for our help. It doesn't matter which of us you ask, for we are all one; follow whatever belief system you follow, and you will reach the same result. Love is the answer; compassion, truth, and care are the influencers. Separation is the opposite of love - separation between you and us, among yourselves, among the various groups that you have established for yourselves - this separation is not the answer. Please know that things will happen more quickly, more seamlessly, if you work together out of love instead of dividing yourselves for various reasons. These reasons are not proper reasons to separate, but should instead serve as motivation to draw together and effect any change that you'd like to make.
Forgiveness is of the utmost importance, especially right now. Please understand that this time has been difficult because we are helping you to rise right now in many different ways - elevate your soul, raise your vibration, shift your perspective - and that happens best through an immersive experience. Intensity often defines an immersive experience, and such has been the case in recent months. But know that if you forgive those in your life who have wronged you, . . . . (continued in comments)