Guan Yin Speaks. Day 26. Be a snorkeler
“Greetings! This is Guan Yin.
This morning in meditation, the being that channels this writing received this guidance.
From the 47th Buddha of the Da Bei Zhou great compassion mantra, Pu To Ye Pu To Ye.
First came a vision of this being in the water, wearing what is called a snorkel. I do not know the origin of this word, but it is vastly entertaining. It is a swimming mask with a tube that keeps one connected to the air source, while allowing the person to be under the water and to see clearly. This being could see herself with big eyes looking out into the water, bright and interested.
Pu To Ye Pu To Ye said,
“Look around you in the water, what do you see?”
The vision continued, with fronds of dark plants, fish, and other likewise snorkeled beings floating aimlessly through the water in a sort of lost sleeping state.
“How can you serve these beings that seem lost and alone?”
This being saw the analogy then, that the water symbolized the mortal dream state of existence, and that the tube from the mask went all the way up to the center of all sustenance, the Tao Source itself. This being perceived that she was, for the moment, filled with this source light and awareness, and allowed herself to sink all the way to the bottom of the dark sea, bringing the other snorkelers with her. They sat in a circle holding hands, and through their connectedness, each began to glow with the light and awareness. The circle grew and grew, all the tubes shining up to the Source, until the entire floor of the sea radiated light and awareness.
En masse, the circle began to ascend to the light, to the surface, to waking from the dark dream. If any member of the circle fell away, they were tenderly brought back and embraced. If one rises, we all rise.
This vision is how it is done, children. One realizes their light, then reaches out to another, and shares that light. Darkness cannot stand against the infinite light of the Tao Source. It is through service and connection, and holding the space for each other that we survive and thrive.
This is the promise of myself, Guan Yin. No one shall be left behind. I shall not receive full enlightenment until all are enlightened. All. I am with you.
That is all. I love you.”
Flowed through Kristin Strachan. Guan Yin Lineage holder, teacher, student of Master Zhi Gang Sha, spiritual practitioner in Colorado.