Quan Yin, also known as Guanyin or Kuan Yin, is a revered figure in East Asian Buddhism, particularly in Chinese Buddhism. She is a bodhisattva, which means an enlightened being who has chosen to remain in the cycle of birth and rebirth to help all living beings attain enlightenment.
The term "Watermoon" associated with Quan Yin refers to her pure and serene nature. It symbolizes the clarity and calmness of the moon's reflection in water, highlighting her ability to remain undisturbed by the troubles of the world while offering compassion and assistance to those in need.
Quan Yin is widely regarded as the bodhisattva of compassion and mercy. She provides guidance, protection, and assistance in times of trouble. She embodies the ideals of compassion, empathy, and selfless service, making her an inspirational figure for those on the path to spiritual awakening and enlightenment.
Dimensions: H: 11" / W: 7½" / D: 6"