“Regard your life as about choices, experiences and desire and that you are already liberated. Don’t be afraid of desire. It is why you’re here: to taste, live. There are layers and layers: coat upon coat of denseness. This is the human condition. It is similar to the hundred thousand lenses comprising a bee’s eye.” -Kuan Yin
In Beneficial Law of Attraction: the Manifestation Teachings, Kuan Yin insists personal reality is the result of one’s mindset: a powerful gestalt of beliefs, intentions and emotions and that the present is our “way out” of any limiting circumstances. Further, the Goddess states that each individual is endowed with free will: the power to envision and attract their most expansive reality.
Kuan Yin also maintains that each belief/intention/emotion pattern has its own unique vibration. As like vibration attracts like vibration it is crucial to assess one’s life circumstances in terms of one’s personal belief/vibration patterns. If you believe that you are “not enough” or you do not “have enough” you could be reinforcing and projecting the very thought forms that inhibit manifestation, thereby attracting further limitation. If, on the other hand you consistently project that you are “better than” or in competition with others, you may have difficulty achieving a true ‘give and take’, ’in the flow’ momentum.
The “not enough,” “better than” and “survival of the fittest” beliefs, according to Kuan Yin, are the major forces undermining our current paradigm. Continuing, She maintains that these three beliefs are responsible for the majority of humanity’s misguided decisions and their potentially disastrous results:
“Humanity has created itself around the “survival of the fittest” belief and the fearful belief that there are not enough resources … there are a lot of people who have enormous wealth. In spite of having material things they may have a poverty consciousness. Wealth is a state of mind. Real wealth is not worrying about money. Rather, be focused on higher consciousness.” -Kuan Yin
Obviously, the above detrimental beliefs are antithetical to Kuan Yin’s definition of a prosperous mindset and the belief that there exists an abundance of resources—an abundance of love. Happiness should always be considered a relative term. Whether instant or long term, fulfillment will ultimately match one’s deepest sensibilities and values: wherever one is on that spectrum. Upon this happiness ‘foundation’ we are already in prosperity. We can then decide the direction for the road ahead. And then, brick by brick; attract that road:
“Let the magic happen! It is always there. Abundance and love are always there. Believe in the highest good,” proclaims Kuan Yin. “There is a higher essence to everything. The realm you’re in has a heaviness that mutes energy. You can penetrate through it, no matter how dark and heavy. Sometimes it has nothing to do with karma. Just don’t forget to keep it open. Don’t get too bogged down…Prosperity can happen at any time!”
To a greater degree, Western civilization embraces a prosperity mindset. Specifically, that we can make our dreams come true. What differentiates prosperity versus poverty consciousness? Clearly, Kuan Yin states that a poverty consciousness is assuming the worst and always worrying about the future. Rather, as Kuan Yin states above:
“Regard your life as about choices, experiences and desire and that you are already liberated!”
According to Kuan Yin, it is of utmost importance to comprehend the beautiful paradox—that we each possess our uniqueness and individuality while remaining part of the One: “The God force is separate and not separate, whole and not whole at the same time. Really, it is not reducible. Even when it is divided into individual energies, it does not diminish the total God force or the power of the individual.”
Stating that we “create everything from our thoughts” and “the universe will bring anything one wants”, Kuan Yin wants us to also appreciate the wonders of nature: “Don’t forget to marvel at the wonders of the world. Remember to marvel at these things when you’ve had enough, for the time being, of the human realm. Science helps one marvel…There are marvels under the sea. There are great examples in nature of how to live in harmony. Observe, for example, the geese, how they stay in perfect chevron formation, while winging their way towards their destination.”
Kuan Yin’s list concerning achieving higher consciousness and the prosperity it can bring would be incomplete without mentioning compassion. Regarded in the East as the “Goddess of Compassion,” Kuan Yin wants us to know that the earth plane is a wonderful opportunity for achieving our highest vibration of love and compassion.