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It is said in ancient writings that she was embodied as Miao Shan (whose name means "wonderfully kind one"), a Chinese princess who lived about 700 BC. This legendary Buddhist saint is said to have spent nine years living on an island off the coast of China, healing, meditating and saving sailors from shipwreck. This island became a place of worship and pilgrimage for many, especially in one of the caves there, which was transformed into a shrine dedicated to Kwan Yin.

Quan Yin the Chinese goddess of mercy and compassion. Read about the Goddess Quan Yin here.

Kwan Yin (Quan Yin, Chinese Mother Goddess)

Kwan Yin (Quan Yin, Chinese Mother Goddess) Beautiful Mother of Compassion, poor your Mother's Milk upon this World for healing and Peace.

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