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Kuan Yin Reversible Cowl Neck Top

$375.00
Kuan Yin Reversible Cowl Neck Top

Kuan Yin Reversible Cowl Neck Top

$375.00
description
Detailed trim line each side of this double cowl neck top with shirring. 

Two different cowls means options: You can wear a larger or smaller cowl in the front or back depending on your mood and the occasion!

Shirring on the sides means generous stretch and a flattering fit.

An elegant, versatile, and classic top to add to any wardrobe. Shown here with Artemis track pants.


Lalita Size US Size
xs 0 00-0
s 1 2-4
m 2 6-8
lg 3 10-12
1x 4 14-16
2x 5 18-20
3x 6 22-24
Custom C Custom

Care Instructions
Machine washable, inside out, on delicate cycle, in cold water. 
Lay flat to dry.

92% Bamboo Rayon, 8% Elastane

ABOUT KUAN YIN

Kuan Yin is one of the most universally beloved of deities in the Buddhist tradition. Also known as Quan Yin, Quan'Am (Vietnam), Kannon (Japan), and Kanin (Bali), She is the embodiment of compassionate loving kindness. As the Bodhisattva of Compassion, She hears the cries of all beings. Quan Yin enjoys a strong resonance with the Christian Mary, the Mother of Jesus, and the Tibetan goddess Tara.

In many images She is depicted carrying the pearls of illumination. Often Quan Yin is shown pouring a stream of healing water, the "Water of Life," from a small vase. With this water devotees and all living things are blessed with physical and spiritual peace. She holds a sheaf of ripe rice or a bowl of rice seed as a metaphor for fertility and sustenance. The dragon, an ancient symbol for high spirituality, wisdom, strength, and divine powers of transformation, is a common motif found in combination with the Goddess of Mercy.

Sometimes Kuan Yin is represented as a many armed figure, with each hand either containing a different cosmic symbol or expressing a specific ritual position, or mudra. This characterizes the Goddess as the source and sustenance of all things. Her cupped hands often form the Yoni Mudra, symbolizing the womb as the door for entry to this world through the universal female principle.

By connecting with Kuan Yin, we acquire what the Taoists called te.   This word can be translated as power and virtue, potency, or "actualizing-tao".  An ancient word, Te is associated with Tao, as in the Tao-te chingTe is the power or virtue that allows something to fully exist, a realizing power that can be accumulated, nurtured and acquired by people and objects.  In the human world it is the charisma or inner power that makes a 'great person' great.  Powerful te generates a powerful person; exalted te produces a sage. If we are full of te, we are numinous because we hold the power to realize the way or tao in ourselves. By accumulating and refining te, we both contribute to and partake of paradise.

Source Material - The Kuan Yin Oracle, the Voice of the Goddess of Compassion by Stephen Karcher