In the Shakti Ma, we honor many spiritual masters. To connect to the spiritual master, the Mahajryan can receive an initiation and do a mantra charge, read and contemplate a text, or another process. To connect with the Spiritual Master, we need to devote some energy—time, resources, devotion, and develop humility. Each Master has a specific teaching to help us develop a Virtue.
Any student can choose whether to make a stronger connection to the Master. In the Shakti Ma, we use mantras and prayers to help us attain a certain state of being. Each mantra has a specific purpose, just like each tool in the shed has a specific use. For example, if we want to develop our connection to Shakyamuni Buddha, we can charge his Mantra and use it on a regular basis.
Each Mantra helps us observe a state of being. If we use the Compassion mantra and want to have more effect, we observe where we are not in compassion. When we charge a mantra on the mala, we bring this energy into the body. The more we integrate what is related to the mantra, the more we have this energy in our body.
To learn how to made a strong connection to the Masters, contact one of our Teachers.
Here, we provide a brief description of each spiritual master or divinity in the Shakti Ma program.
For each Master, Shakti Ma teachers can recommend a Mantra charge, contemplation, text, or practice to help you strengthen your connection.
Bhaishajye Guru is the first Master addressed in the Shakti Ma Progression. Bhaishajye Guru, the Blue Medicine Buddha, is consciousness. We use consciousness to transform something. Bhaishajye Guru holds two tools: a medicine flower and a vase to hold amruta, the liquid of immortality. It is difficult to feel and see consciousness. We observe in consciousness so that we can receive a revelation or truth about an event. The more you expand your consciousness, the more you can receive wisdom. You develop the Virtue of Prudence.
Shakyamuni Buddha’s life occurred around 550 BC. As a young man, he left his home and worldly belongings, achieving a state of Buddha (to be Awake).
He taught The Middle Way, which offers there is:
An understanding of suffering
A path towards the liberation of suffering
Shakyamuni developed Compassion as a Virtue so that everyone by his side would stop suffering.
In the Devotee Level of Shakti Ma, Amitabha Buddha, Infinite Light Awakened, represents Universal Consciousness without definition. When we manifest something, we don’t choose one aspect of God; we are God without definition. In non-distinction, we have more power. If we define God, we live some separation. The first state of being to which we pray is God without distinction, the God with no name.08/09/2016
MahaVajra is an enlightened spiritual Master with great understanding of different spiritual paths and traditions from oriental to occidental wisdom. He is the founder and MahaAcharya of the Buddhism tradition known as Mahajrya (the “Great Field” of consciousness), also known as Quantum Buddhism Association. His tradition is undefined.
Maha Vajra is a living spiritual master, showing us compassion, undefined love, truth, non-attachment, justice and the teaching of integration for the purification of the ego. Click below for more information about Maha.
In the Shakti Ma, students choose a tradition of study to focus on:
Christian, Buddhist or Hindu
depending on their background, focus or intention. All are free to choose.
Accordingly, you charge the following Guide Level Masters associated with your choosen tradition.
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lived around 2000 BC. In the Bible, he appears in Genesis 14:18 as the King of Salem. He is known as the King of Justice. He was a severe master with himself, meaning that in him, justice always prevailed before all else, this justice not being human justice as dictated by law. His justice is the Divine Justice, which is the right of all humans to live their own experience without ever preventing others living their own experiences or harming them as they do so. He is considered one of the fathers of Kabbalah, the science of the creation of the universe which enables us to discover ourselves.
lived at a time when suffering’s principal cause was materialism and greed. In the face of this, he taught charity and forgiveness as virtues—the charity of sharing with your fellow man so that all could enjoy life’s experiences, and forgiveness because it liberates us from suffering. Forgiveness heals the heart and leads us to a desire to share again.
In the Mahajrya we study Jesus, not centered on Christianity’s dogmatism, but rather contemplating the actual words spoken directly by him in the Bible. We want to develop the Virtues of Charity and Forgiveness that Jesus taught.
was the founder of a form of spiritual practice known as Reiki, used as a complementary therapy for the treatment of physical, emotional, and mental diseases. He is a mage in the tradition of the Majutsu. It is believed that the aim of these teachings was to provide a method for students to achieve enlightenment. Unlike religion, though, there was no belief system attached. Though enlightenment was the aim, the healing that was taking place for students was a wonderful side effect. What sets Usui Mikao's teachings apart from other hands-on healing methods is his use of reiju or attunement to remind students of their spiritual connection. .
Once a Shakti Ma student has chosen their tradition of study: Christian, Buddhist or Hindu, they then charge the Divine Mother associated with that tradition:
Christians pray to Maria
Buddhists pray to Tara
Hindus use the Gayatri Mantra
Divine Mother in non-distinction. Saying a prayer from the selected tradition helps you connect to the representation of the Divine Mother so you can feel her presence. Even though there are some specific images and prayers for the Divine Mother, we keep in mind that the Divine Mother is indistinct.
Krishna is one of the five masters of the Mahajrya. He is part of the Hindu tradition. Bhagavan Krishna lived many centuries before Christ. Revered throughout India as an avatar (incarnation of God), the historical facts of Krishna’s life are interwoven with a maze of legend and mythology. The teachings of Lord Krishna are enshrined in the Bhagavad Gita. Krishna’s mantra is used by the followers of Krishna to bring joy.
Krishna’s main virtue studied in the Mahajrya is Non-Action, in which there is no lack of action, rather, a lack of attachment to the result of the action. To develop that, students study and use Siddhi Meditation and the Bhagavad-Gita.
Dhanvantari is remembered for his research and development with the use of herbs to heal—the Ayurveda. Herbs are used to rebalance the physical body. Dhanvantari holds four tools: a Conch Shell; a Wheel (Sudarshan Chakra); a Leech or a Herb; and a pot of heavenly nectar that holds amruta, the liquid of immortality. Dhanvantari is the master of transformation.
To learn more about each spiritual master or how to develop a stronger connection, contact one of the Shakti Ma teachers