Is Humanity going through a Spiritual Crisis? What are the answers?
Public Talk & Discussion – the Ageless Wisdom Teachings – & Transmission Meditation Workshop
Maitreya, the World Teacher, known by millions, is already living among us, gradually emerging into full public recognition; fulfilling the expectations of many of the return of their awaited Teacher (according to the respective faith as the Christ, the Messiah, the fifth Buddha, Krishna, or the Imam Mahdi).
Maitreya is the Teacher for all humanity (those of all spiritual traditions, and those who follow no particular faith); coming as an educator in the broadest sense.
Maitreya has not come alone, but with the Masters of Wisdom, a group of wise men, who have long worked from behind the scenes as the inspirers, teachers and guides of humanity; returning to the everyday world to help us solve our most critical global problems.
Maitreya will inspire us to create a new civilization based on sharing and justice, freedom and peace, so that all may have the basic necessities of life in a world free from want and war. He and the Masters are here to show us the way forward, but they can only guide – we ourselves have to act to save our world.
Maitreya has formulated simple priorities that demand immediate worldwide attention, covering the essential needs of every man, woman and child: adequate supply of food; housing for all; access to health care, education as universal rights. Another top priority is the restoration of the environment.
Maitreya and the Masters will show us the only way to bring about peace is to create justice; to establish justice, we need to share the resources of the world, equitably, among all humanity according to need.
Maitreya’s open mission has begun. As He Himself has said: “Soon, now very soon, you will see my face and hear my words.” – Maitreya has been based in the Asian community of London since July 1977, gradually emerging into full public view.
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Access + entrance from Raumati Rd/walk + drive past Kāpiti Performing Arts Centre.