The essence of each Kuan Yin Verse is distilled into a single word.
This word contains the consciousness of the atom.
St. John writes: "In the beginning was the word.
The word was in God's presence, and the word was God."
The word reflects an image, created in your mind either in the past or the future.
The word is a focal point for present time reflection and contemplation.
The following are the single word thought-form for each
Kuan Yin Verse.
The complete volume of verses, reflecting the quatrain form
adapted by translators from the original Chinese
and interpreted in the Universal Language of Mind©
for today's global consciousness,
are found in the book The Taraka Yoga of Kuan Yin by Gael O'Guinn.
It is available here as an ebook download
or can be ordered from your favorite
bookseller or distributor.
From the single word springs 17 syllables,
a haiku form of each Kuan Yin Verse.
An audio version, voiced by Gael, is available here
KUAN YIN HAIKU