Kuan Yin Oracle Cards
Kuan Yin is my absolute favourite goddess, I call on her all the time for guidance and these wonderful cards mean you can too.
In Chinese mythology, Kuan Yin is the goddess of mercy and considered to be the physical embodiment of compassion. Kuan Yin is known by many different names: Kannon in Japan, Quan Am in Vietnam and Guan Yin in Malaysia, for example. In all traditions the name means, the one who hears the cries of the world.
The 44 cards in this deck are designed to guide you to a place of inner peace and beauty, designed by Alana Fairchild, a wonderful spiritual teacher from Australia. Celebrating goddesses is a wonderful way to embrace female characteristics and celebrate our energy, thoughts and capabilities.
The energy of Kuan Yin will send you blessings, guidance and light from the embodiment of the divine feminine. Each card is beautifully illustrated and contains a message and practical exercise inspired by her guiding voice, to help you on your spiritual path and live a loving and enlightened life.
Pack Includes: 44-Card Deck and 144 Page GuidebookCard Size: Approximately 9.5 x 14 cm (3.8 x 5.5").
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