With the advent of the Aquarian Age, a new opportunity is available to those who seek to serve their fellow human beings. That opportunity is Transmission Meditation: a group endeavor which is both a service as well as a means to grow spiritually.
We are in a crucial phase of our evolutionary process as spiritual human beings. At this time of crisis and transition, there is a great need for spiritual energies that stimulate human evolution and development in the right direction. By practicing Transmission Meditation we transmit such energies, which nourish and transform our world for the better.
How does Transmission Meditation work? A group of 3 or more people come physically together and sound The Great Invocation ( http://transmissionmeditation.org/GreatInvocation.php ) – a powerful world prayer which has been translated into over 80 languages. When recited, the group is automatically linked with the great Masters of Wisdom - perfected humans who oversee our evolution and are the Custodians for all energies entering our planet. These energies facilitate the difficult changes now in progress and speed the transformations leading to a better world for all.
However, these energies are quite potent. If the Masters simply directed these energies to humanity, they would for the most part not be absorbed. In Transmission Meditation, the group is under the experienced supervision of the Masters, who direct these potent energies through the group members' chakras. As the energies pass through the chakras their potency is lowered so humanity can absorb them. These 'stepped down' energies are then re-directed by the Masters in the world where they are needed the most.
Although the primary purpose of Transmission Meditation is the service it provides, it also has a wonderful secondary effect on the group members. The energies which pass through the group members' chakras help move them forward in evolution.
Throughout the transmission, the group holds its attention at the Ajna chakra which is the sixth etheric chakra located between the eyebrows. Holding one's attention at the Ajna chakra creates an alignment between the physical brain and the soul. This alignment is necessary as the Masters direct the energies first through the soul level of each group member, then down into their chakras. This alignment becomes easier to achieve the more you do Transmission Meditation.
There are over 600 Transmission groups in 40 countries worldwide. Transmission Meditation is always free and open to all. No meditation experience is needed to do Transmission Meditation, only a desire to contact your soul and to serve. If you believe in a spiritual world and that energies condition all life, Transmission Meditation is a wonderful complimentary practice. We’re told hour for hour there is nothing better we could do for the world. So if you’re looking for a way to serve (and a way to evolve), consider Transmission Meditation.