Quan Yin poster by Jo Thomas Blaine. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
Quan Yin is a Bodhisattva (enlightened one who serves humanity) from the Buddhist tradition. She is known as the Goddess of Mercy and Compassion.... more
Quan Yin is a Bodhisattva (enlightened one who serves humanity) from the Buddhist tradition. She is known as the Goddess of Mercy and Compassion. Her name in Chinese, Guanshiyin, means “the one who hears the sounds of the world.”
Her message to you, channeled by Maija Ingrida Meijers, is: "How Calm I remain. For I am the Mother of Accepting Love, Who knows the truth of you, and Who patiently nurses you as you slip and wander in your buttery human loves and fleeting dreams. I wait for you to awaken, My gentle hand on your forehead, and my open heart offering you your Spiritual Home. I know you are truly One with Eternal Joyous Calm. I hold forth this flower of unfolding Peace to you. Look to Me. Listen to Me. I will soothe you, and awaken you to your rightful sweet, sweet Calm, to sustain you as you walk the earth.
About Jo Thomas Blaine
Feed your soul with the deep beauty of transformative and intentional spiritual art. Intuitively channeled sacred geometry: original mandalas by Jo Thomas Blaine.These mandalas are meant to give you, the viewer, a certain "medicine"... a balancing, an energizing, an inspiring and a re-connection. They are drawn and painted entirely by hand, usually about 18" in diameter, and requiring about 60 hours of artistry.
Jo has been painting Mandalas throughout her adult life. An intense love of color, a lifelong fascination with the patterns found in nature, an ongoing quest to connect with the spiritual essence of the Self and the World, and her early work as a kaleidoscope maker all influenced and nurtured Jo's love of the Mandala: symmetry...