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  • Meditation
  • Rituals
  • Sacred Places
  • Masters
  • Group Life

Meditation

Meditation is the basis for all inner growth. The silent growth of the soul happens in moments of silence.

Rituals

Worship, prayers, rituals and meditations are only the means to connect to the One consciousness.

Sacred Places

You have to be alert when entering sacred places. Don’t go with a predetermined mind. Do nothing but being in the Presence.

Masters

The study of the lives of Masters of Wisdom, their actions and teachings inspire us and thereby alter our thought patterns.

Group Life

The heart is the only gateway for group consciousness and group activity.

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World Teacher Trust

WTT-symbol The World Teacher Trust (WTT) is an organisation of people, who are inspired by the lives and teachings of the great Teachers of Eternal Wisdom.

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Wisdom Teachings

Dr. E. Krishnamacharya and Dr. K. Parvathi Kumar have been teaching numerous concepts of wisdom. Short texts outline some facets of these teachings in a condensed form. more about Wisdom Teachings

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New Books

Mars - The Kumara Mars - The Kumara

Mars is of great help to the aspirant who wants to transcend the barriers of the lower planes. It is in this context the seers gave the higher dimensions of Mars. Utilizing these dimensions, an aspirant can gain the positive vibrations of Mars and progress on the path. The most sublime and divine aspect of Mars is presented in the sublime concepts of Saravanabhava, Subrahmanya, Kartikeya, Visakha, Shanmukha and Skanda. This book tries to capture these sublime dimensions of Mars, the Kumara.

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Om Namo Narayanaya OM Namo Narayanaya. Significance, Meaning & Practice

Narayana stands for the alpha and omega of the universe: The Vedic seers gained this four-lettered sound in their penances, found its significance and its meaning. They initiated the seekers into this mantra from ancient most times to enable self-realization and at-one-ment with Narayana. This book is for seekers who would ardently like to work with the mantra of Narayana.

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Spotlight

NEW: Lord Dattatreya: The teachers in various planes of creation are a manifestation of the one teaching principle, which is referred to in the ancient Indian wisdom as Dattatreya. Dattatreya is the Grand Teacher or “Guru Principle” in the universe.

Annual Report: Annual Report The Annual Report 2013 of the World Teacher Trust - Global gives a panorama of the group activities in the Western world inspired by the WTT.

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Service

Meditation, study and service are the three sides of the triangle with which life works.

Therefore, the WTT recommends to meditate regularly, to study the knowledge of the Wisdom Teachings and to render service to humanity.

Master KPK Dr. K. Parvathi Kumar, Global Chairman of the WTT, says:

“Service becomes the bridge to link up to the higher awareness. Hence, the WTT strongly emphasises upon service activities concurrent with spiritual practice.”

Service Activity Insights:

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Meditation and Rituals

Meditation is the basis for all inner growth. The silent growth of the Soul happens in moments of silence. There are many kinds of meditation.

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Events & Dates

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Astrological Dates

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Book of the Month

Sri Dattatreya. The Symbol & the Significance Sri Dattatreya. The Symbol & the Significance

Dattatreya is the Grand Teacher or “Guru principle” in the universe. The teachers in various planes are the manifestations of the one teaching principle who is referred to in the ancient Indian wisdom as Dattatreya. Dattatreya also exists in a form in all planes.

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Dattatreya is the Grand Teacher or “Guru principle” in the universe. The teachers in various planes are the manifestations of the one teaching principle who is referred to in the ancient Indian wisdom as Dattatreya.

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