One or two people have asked me who is the statue in the background of some of the Openhand videos recently?
She is Quan Yin, known as the Goddess of Compassion. Her energy is central and foundational to the Openhand frequencies that we work with here. So I felt to share a little about the nature of her energy, why it's important to Openhand and how I came across the marvellous Serpentine statue.
Yesterday, we returned her to Glastonbury, where the Openhand energies will be once more based from 2020 onwards...
Goddess Energy of Compassion
This is the statue that people have asked me about, forming the centre piece of our altar at the Openhand base...
She is Quan Yin, known as the Goddess of Compassion. Her energy is central to the Openhand frequencies that we work with here. It is an energy that compassionately and patiently holds space, while inquiry is explored. She works on opening the 8th chakra and above. Some have said her Twin Flame has previously manifested in the form of Lao Tzu. There is certainly a close connection between the two energies, although in the Lao Tzu form, personally I find the energy more actively illuminating rather than space holding.
In her hand she holds the "Flask of Immortality", containing the downward flowing source energy - the energy flowing through the Universal Torus. She is also often pictoralised riding a dragon. Which to me represents her energies riding through the lower metaphysical energies of the Torus. It is said that she forgoes the sanctity of nirvana so as to stay as a bridge into the lower densities until all have attained Enlightenment. For me this is quite accurate.
Quan Yin is the perfect container vessel to hold the various Openhand frequencies that we work with here. The image and the energetic representation came to me very early on in my incarnation. She appeared in my meditation space holding a tremendously compassionate, loving and supportive consciousness.
A short while later, on one of the earlier Openhand workshops, I had the good fortune to meet a couple of people, Dave and Ann Evans, who also resonated with the Quan Yin energy. It was then that they gifted this tremendous statue to Openhand, which was incredibly generous since she cost a small fortune - I am eternally grateful.
She's made of solid serpentine, and I recall one day driving into Wales to collect her. She was so heavy, it took three of us to lift her into my little car, which weighed it down to the axles! To me the statue exudes a calm, cool and collected energy, an immovable compassion. She's been with me ever since.
Yesterday Aspasia helped me return the statue to Glastonbury, where we'll be basing the Openhand energies once more from the New Year. As Glastonbury represents the heart chakra of the planet, it seems entirely appropriate she reside there.
So a new chapter has turned for the Openhand energies and work into 2020.
I am intrigued as to what will unfold.