Kuan Yin's Rosary of Mercy
soft cover 23 pages compiled by The Hearts Center
Devotion to the Mother of the East
This 33 minute rosary was created as a devotion to the Mother of the East and as a way to bring East and West together. Follow in the footsteps of Kuan Yin as you join in this rosary of love and forgiveness and let this light flow through you to emanate blessings and compassion to all.
This rosary of contemplative prayer was designed to help devotees of Kuan Yin to become one with her compassionate and merciful heart. Kuan Yin known as the Mother of Mercy in the East, has been worshipped by Buddhists for thousands of years. She is the greatest of Bodhisattvas and embodies the totality of compassion for humanity. She removes obstacles, erases past offenses, dispenses mercy, healing and spiritual graces, while always meeting the true inner needs of the soul.
If you purchase a physical copy of the CD it comes with a beautiful 25 page full color booklet that includes all the words to the songs and prayers. The booklet also includes 8 pictures of Kuan Yin from artists around the world.
When I give this rosary it's like a half-hour of constant attention and love of Kuan Yin. Not only that, not just on me, but I feel as though my aura sort of merges with hers when I’m doing this Kuan Yin rosary, I feel as though radiation is coming through me to bless the whole earth. I feel connected to all life; all the people in the whole world and I feel mercy and love and understanding flowing through me to bless them. And so Kuan Yin's rosary is like a half-hour of bliss, it's the best part of my day. –Boyd Badten
When giving Kuan Yin’s rosary I get a feeling of very profound compassion that weaves in with everyone else who’s doing it at the same time also one thing that brings joy and to me it makes it so special is that I think that intertwined in there with the very deep compassionate feeling that you have is also a very lighthearted wink from should Kuan Yin –Nancy Badten
I love the music. Most of all I’ve always been close to Kuan Yin even though I never knew what her name was when I was small. But the flame of Mercy has always been very important to me and doing this ritual together I know I experience I feel were on putting on the mantle Kuan Yin and becoming one with the Mercy flame. If order is heaven’s fall first law I believe mercy is at least heaven’s second law. – Nancy Kolze
As we have been giving this ritual now for many months I feel a new suchness within my heart that allows me to be who I truly am as a merciful being, bringing light to others and gracing our Earth with beauty and tenderness. --David Lewis
Kuan Yin has said the following about her rosary—
July 2, 2010
"This day you have planted a great seed of light here that will grow into a new tree of light, a tree of compassion, a tree of mercy-joy. And as each of you, who have also planted this seed within the soil of your own being, water and nurture this light of mercy day by day as you participate again and again in this gentle embrace of my heart and mercy’s light, your own Bodhi tree will be there for you to experience as you meditate under it for the victory of your heart, your mindfulness, blessed ones."
November 27, 2010
"I am Kuan Yin. And I would have you know that each and every time that you give the Rosary of Mercy with me, I extend currents of my heart’s fire to you personally and to all those in your extended families who require the healing power of Mercy’s flame. Yes, dearest ones, you may not always be aware of exactly how the words that you speak become tangible in the world of form, and yet I say that through many of my assistants and angel devas who are masters in the focalization of the light of mercy in your world, miracles can ensue and do in your domain because you have allowed your own heart to be a focal point for this mercy light to radiate forth and for God, through this light, to be present in many realms of being."