Discovering Kwan Yin, Buddhist Goddess of Compassion: A Path Toward Clarity and Peace (Paperback)

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Discovering Kwan Yin, Buddhist Goddess of Compassion: A Path Toward Clarity and Peace (Paperback)

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Sandy Boucher, celebrated author of Opening the Lotus and Turning the Wheel, now offers North American readers their first opportunity to share in Kwan Yin's illuminating wisdom. Along with providing meditations, chants, and prayers this lovely, illustrated volume recounts the stories of this bodhisattva (one who delays her own full enlightenment to work for the liberation of all beings) and explains Kwan Yin's role in Buddhism. Discovering Kwan Yin is sure to become an important spiritual touchstone for those who seek to celebrate the goddess in their lives, to give and receive the loving power of her presence.
Sandy Boucher, a leading spokesperson on women and Buddhism, is the author of several books including She Appears! Encounters with Kwan Yin Goddess of Compassion; Discovering Kwan YinOpening the Lotus; and Turning the Wheel. In 1979, Boucher was granted the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Literature for her extensive work. Born and raised in Ohio, she now resides in Oakland, California.
Product Details ISBN: 9780807013410
ISBN-10: 0807013412
Publisher: Beacon Press
Publication Date: May 12th, 2000
Pages: 140
Language: English
[This book is] rooted in the struggles of everyday life. --Shambhala Sun

"Sandy Boucher skillfully and engagingly brings the goddess Kwan Yin in her many guises from the East to the West-and into our hearts-in this wonderful book." --Rick Fields, author of How the Swans Came to the Lake: A History of Buddhism in America

"A fascinating introduction to Kwan Yin, the most revered goddess of Asia." --Values and Visions Reviews

"[Discovering Kwan Yin] gives us a form of knowledge we deeply need in these times." --Susan Griffen, author of What Her Body Thought