is a group service activity which ‘steps down’ the great spiritual energies that continually stream into our planet. This transmission process, which makes the energies more useful to humanity, is similar to that of electrical transformers, which step down the power between generators and ordinary household outlets.
What is Aquarius Transmission Meditation? Transmission Meditation – a meditation for the new age What is Transmission Meditation? As the energies of the incoming age of Aquarius stimulate our hearts and minds, and as we begin to make contact with that higher aspect of ourselves, the Soul, we will experience an inner prompting to be of service to others.
Can anyone receive a spiritual transmission? In brief, this means that anyone at any time, such that their soul is ripe for the experience, can receive a spiritual transmission. Listening to a friend describe a “transmission” that occurred spontaneously, she said that it did not have words.
What level of consciousness allows spiritual transmission? This is the level of consciousness that allows a spiritual transmission. Usually a transmission occurs in an altered state of consciousness, such as in meditation, in trance, or as a matter of course for those who are still young, and have not cluttered their minds with a limited understanding of a purely physical world and its constructs.
What is a hot house meditation? This meditation is a virtual ‘hot house’ for the spiritual growth of those who participate on a consistent basis. It provides a vehicle for service affecting the entire evolution of humanity for the better.
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What is Transmission Meditation and how does it work? It provides a vehicle for service affecting the entire evolution of humanity for the better. Transmission Meditation enhances any other developmental practice currently used by the individual, and the potency of energies released during meditation can initiate powerful healing experiences.
How do I join a transmission group? There are more than 600 Transmission groups in 40 countries worldwide meeting on a regular basis. You may join an existing group in your 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.
What are the different types of Buddhist meditation? Our practice includes a variety of Buddhist meditation methods from the lineages of both Linji Chan (Japanese: Rinzai Zen) and Caodong Chan (Japanese: Soto Zen) – e.g. Gong-an (Japanese: Koan), Hua-tou, Silent Illumination (Ch. Mo-zhao, related to Jap. Shikantaza), and other methods such as use of the breath.