Oracle of Kuan Yin Fortune Telling Online
The reading of 100 chinese fortune sticks
Access Guan Yin's Book of Divination
Kuan Shi Yin Prediction
Guan Yin Ling Qian 观音灵签
Access the 100 Divine Guan Yin Lots Interpretation and Meaning.
How to ask for Help from Guanyin Goddess of Mercy?
First make a wish or ask Guanyin for something in your heart.
Then click on the image.
The fortune begins with the "Translation from the Chinese ancient text" of your divination slip.
The computer reads the book for you and gives you the "Meaning" of your divination slip.
This method of fortune telling involves shaking a box full of bamboo sticks also known as reading of 100 chinese fortune sticks numbered 1 to 100 in such a manner that just one number would mysteriously jump out of the box.
This number would then be your fortune and an interpreter would read it to you from his book.
Here the computer reads it for you.
What is Guanyin Oracle?
Guanyin Oracle, also known as Kuan Yin Oracle, is a divination practice that involves seeking guidance and insight from the deity Guanyin who is revered in East Asian Buddhism as the embodiment of compassion and kindness.
The practice of Guanyin Oracle involves seeking guidance from Guanyin using divination tools such as coins, sticks, or cards. The divination tools are often inscribed with symbols or messages that are believed to hold special meaning or significance, and are used to help individuals gain insight and understanding into their lives or specific situations.
To perform a Guanyin Oracle, an individual may consult with a trained practitioner or perform the divination on their own. Here our program does it for you. The process typically involves asking a specific question or seeking guidance on a particular issue, and then using the divination tools to receive an answer or guidance from Guanyin .
The practice of Guanyin Oracle is often seen as a way to connect with the divine and seek guidance and support in times of need. It is a popular practice in many East Asian countries and is often performed at temples or shrines dedicated to Guanyin.
While the practice of Guanyin oracle is not considered a mainstream form of divination, it is still widely practiced and respected in many parts of the world and is seen as a way to connect with the divine and seek guidance and understanding in life.
Guanyin ( 观音- 觀音- guānyīn), Guam Yin, Quan Yin, Kwan Yin, Kuan Yin, Kuanyin: Short for Guanshiyin (观世音-觀世音) Goddess of mercy and compassion.
Literally meaning "The one who sees and hears the cries of the world".
The name is pronounced Gwun Yam or Gun Yam in Cantonese Chinese, also written as Kwun Yam Kwun Yum or Kwun Sai Yum (觀世音) in Hong Kong or Kun Lam in Macau; and also Kwun Yum or Kun Yum in southern China.
In Japanese: 観音 Kan'non Kannon, 観世音 Kanzeon; in Korean 관음 Gwan-eum, 관세음 Gwanse-eum; Vietnamese Quan Âm, Quan Thế Âm or Quán Thế Âm Bồ Tát.
In Khmer, She is called "Preah Mae Kun Ci Iem".
In Thai she is called Kuan Im (กวนอิม), Phra Mae Kuan Im (พระแม่กวนอิม), or Chao Mae Kuan Im (เจ้าแม่กวนอิม). Ciamsi online.
There are three celebrations annually dedicated to Guan Yin among the Chinese Buddhists:
The Bodhisattva's Birthday: 19th of the second lunar month. (Friday, March 10, 2023)
The Bodhisattva's Enlightenment Day: 19th of the sixth lunar month. (Saturday, August 5, 2023)
The Bodhisattva's Leaving Home Day: 19th of the ninth lunar month. (Thursday, November 2, 2023)