Interconnectedness: the Motherly Compassion of Teteoinan and Kuan Yin (see: https://ezinearticles.com/?Arvigo---Maternal-Treatment-Inspired-by-...
In the Nahuatl culture of Mexico, the goddess of the sweat bath was Temazcalteci, "the grandmother of the baths." A manifestation of the goddess Teteoinan, "the mother of the gods", or, as she is also called, "our grandmother", the principal goddess among the higher Nahuatl divinities. In truth this goddess was the goddess of medicine & of the medicinal herbs; adored by doctors & surgeons, bleeders & also by midwives. Teteoinan evokes the name "Kuan Yin" as a derivation of a Chinese name for the goddess that is energy of motherly compassion. These principles are understood in quite the same way and for quite the same purposes. In her subtle presence, Kuan Yin appears to be one of those very rare deities who quietly imbues multiple manifestations at once.
This also helps bring us back to Benjamin Lee Whorf's famous dictum that speakers of different languages are ‘not equivalent as observers’. And how vital indigenous language speaking -- especially in observing, sensing, feeling and healing.
“Over-reliance on strictly English labels means researchers [and healing practitioners] can end up overlooking important dimensions of variation in how humans conceptualize the world.“