This enchanting pendant features the compassionate Goddess of Mercy, delicately crafted in black Obsidian to bring bountiful blessings of abundance, happiness, and comfort. It is strung creatively on a long strand of Onyx beads necklace accented with turquoise beads.
Kuan Yin (Kwan Yin or Quan Yin) is one of the most universally beloved deities in the Buddhist tradition. Known by different names in different lands, such as Avalokiteshvara in the ancient Sanskrit language of India, Chenrezig in Tibet, and Kannon in Japan, Kuan Yin is the embodiment of compassionate loving kindness. As the Bodhisattva of Compassion, she hears the cries of all beings. According to legend, Kwan Yin vowed to remain in the earthly realm and not enter the heavenly world until all living things had become enlightened and liberated from the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. To symbolize this she is often pictured carrying the Pearl of Illumination.
Obsidian is a perfect crystal for you if your personal self-esteem and confidence need a boost. Obsidians are also known as the Mirror Stone that expands one’s consciousness. Obsidian is a very protective stone and is excellent for blocking out and dissolving negative energies, thus protecting you against evil intentions. Obsidians are also effective at fighting stress and depression; promoting the release of grievances and acceptance of the past.
Onyx is believed to be a powerful protection stone that absorbs negative forces and influences and transforms them into positive ones. It was believed to have the power to protect the wearer from harm and danger and helpful in relieving stress and worries.
This auspicious combination of the Goddess Kwan Yin, Obsidian, and Onyx all add to give a potent symbol of good fortune, prosperity, and protection. Wear the Obsidian Kuan Yin with a 6mm Onyx Necklace for peace of mind and prepare to welcome greater opportunities, success, and love into your life!
All our crystal products are cleansed in a singing bowl before shipment to empower it with positive Sheng Chi.