Do you want to help the world and build a stronger connection with your own spiritual nature? Transmission Meditation is the simplest way to do both. --
Transmission Meditation is a group service activity which 'steps down' the great spiritual energies that continually stream into our planet. During transmission, the Masters of Wisdom direct these energies from the spiritual planes through the energy centers (chakras) of the group members in a highly scientific manner. This process, which makes the energies more useful to humanity and the other kingdoms in nature, is similar to that of electrical transformers, which step down the power between generators and household outlets.
Based on their wise understanding of our world, the Masters re-direct these stepped-down energies to wherever they are most needed at that moment in time. In response to these energies, for example, nations that have been enemies for centuries may now find they can talk together around a table and peacefully work out solutions.
Transmission Meditation is safe, scientific, non-denominational, and extremely potent. It will not interfere with any other religious or spiritual practice. In fact it will enhance your personal meditation and any other service activities in which you may be engaged. Many people find they can experience and demonstrate love more easily. Others report that their mind is more stimulated and creative. Some people receive healing, spontaneously, during the transmissions.
There are more than 600 Transmission groups in 40 countries worldwide meeting on a regular basis. You may join an existing group in your local area or form your own group by simply inviting a few interested friends to meet with you at least once a week. All you need is the intention to do so and the desire to serve. There is never any fee to participate. A group may begin with as few as three people. Once a routine is established it often becomes a special and important point of focus in each individual's life.
For information about the group closest to you, send your name, complete mailing address, and telephone number through our Contact Us page. This information is collected only for this purpose and will not be given out or used in any other way.
Note: If there is no existing group in an area, new inquirers are referred to previous inquirers from that area in the hope that, eventually, someone will take the initiative and a new group will be formed. For such referrals, only your telephone number is given.