As part of this group of love and service, missions help strengthen and transform your inner life and accelerate your personal growth process. Participating in this group is voluntary, but because of the benefits associated with this service, we encourage your membership. Helping another brings personal satisfaction and insight. Each Mission helps the participant develop the Virtue of Charity, giving the other person what he/she needs.
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For this self-less service, Shakti Ma members have priority to receive a mission; and then, Mahajrya members, and finally relatives or friends of the Mahajrya, as long as they practice some kind of spirituality. This is because the resources of all the members should be maximized, and the person who will receive the mission has to be open to this energy; otherwise, it would only be a waste of those resources. This is why there is a process of observation before we accept a mission.
The mission puts light onto the person. This intense light can cause the recipient of the mission to see what they don’t want to see, and sometimes that can be painful. For this reason, the person receiving the mission must be able to accomplish emotional integration or have a teacher who can help them, do some processes such as prayers, mantras and observation. It’s beneficial for some integration to occur prior to and after the mission. To learn emotional integration, contact one of our teachers.
Participating in a mission gives you the opportunity to observe in yourself what the other person is manifesting in your life.
I received a mission about 2 years ago when I was very new to the Mahajrya and its teachings. My life was stressful and I didn't know where to turn. I do remember, to this day how "loved" and cared for I felt (from total strangers!). I also still think about how much hope I felt and how motivated I felt to delve deeper in my studies.
I find the Shakti Ma to be a great school. When someone asks for help (a mission) and we do it, that person receives a lot of energy and consciousness, which helps them to better deal with the situation they are encountering... also helps everyone doing it by integrating and facing experiences through another person. It’s because of the amount of growth they bring to everyone involved that I find missions to be a blessing.
Each participant in this group charged the Five Elements Mantras, practiced Transmigration, and learned Emotional Integration. Members use the Five Elements Mantras to affect the physical plane. Other mantras and prayers are used to bring another state of being, depending on the condition that we want to influence. Transmigration enables us to feel what the other person is feeling. Using Emotional Integration transforms the energy, creating a positive effect.
To learn how to do a mission, contact one of our teachers.
Before each mission, the persons responsible for the Shakti Ma observe this situation. Each case has unique circumstances that need to be considered. In the Shakti Ma, you learn how to observe at the level of the soul to determine whether or not a mission will help the person. Sometimes, the suffering that the person is experiencing is necessary for their evolution or for their family. It is what the soul must experience to learn. This is compassion.
If you want to join the Shakti Ma and participate in the Mission group, you can visit with one of our teachers, or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Students who want to help others can request a membership in this group. So, we encourage you to reach out a helping hand to help someone overcome a difficult challenge.
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Thanks to all those who helped me in my mission, I want to present the results of how the mission affected my experience and healing.
My situation according to the doctors was serious and a surgical intervention had been scheduled three days later. Since the beginning of the mission I began to feel more and more peace, support and love. My integrations were very deep and very simple, something that would normally have taken a long time of integration, were achieved in a short time. There was much consciousness and much light, and I could feel the divine mother everywhere. The next day of the mission, the nurses were becoming more affectionate, the doctors who had decided on my intervention, began to doubt the surgical operation, since my physical and analytical condition were very good.
On the day of the surgical operation, the doctor told me that they did not understand my situation, when they did ultrasound, they saw gravity, but now because of my positive physical condition and blood controls, they did not know what had happened, they decided not to operate. One month ago, I had a checkup and the tumor and infection had completely disappeared.
Taking part in the missions makes me feel caring for others, it awakened passion and devotion in me and, at the same time, I go on learning which techniques I can use for healing. In reality, since I started on this path, I deal better with emotions and I am more aware of love and joy, I feel them more present in myself and in all the rest around. I can affirm that since I started my spiritual path, I’ve changed to a better person.
The Mission work is practical field work of unconditional love, helping a person in need who asked for our help. Overall, it is the best for their soul, not necessarily that they are healed. It helps me a lot to being able to read all the comments of people who shared, feeling united to an egregor of people where each of us follow our own path, but we do it in the same direction.