The cornerstone of Maha's teaching is both a science and art of personal growth. It consists of learning how to deal with suffering in daily life to efficiently find happiness. Both a science and an art, Emotional Integration will gradually lead you through every step of your spiritual evolution. More advanced techniques will also empower you, accelerate any new skill acquisition, and awaken your consciousness.
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The Maha Technique is a basic approach to spiritual empowerment, adapted to our modern age. Maha created this technique for everyone to use and empower, giving everyone a kick-start in acquiring tangible and accessible spiritual tools to better face today’s challenges. Although it takes at least 2 months of daily practice and a few minutes a day to empower the technique, afterwards, the user is capable of encouraging his body to heal faster, getting out of minor depression or mood swings, generating energy and spiritual protection circles, and many other useful effects. The abilities of all holistic healers are dramatically increased.
The Maha Technique is suitable for Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Muslims, and many others. Mantras that invoke divinities have been adapted to each tradition. Most mantras concern one’s own soul or higher Self.
Once empowered, simply practicing the Maha Technique on a daily basis sustains the empowerment and gradually produces interesting side effects, all supernatural. As an example, practicing 1 mala of Heaven mantra (five minutes per day) without missing a single day will eventually attract an angel (or heavenly being) to you. It will remain with you as long as you are virtuous, or behave correctly.
It is useful for people who wish to attend a seminar with Maha Vajra, to be aware of the principles of the Maha Technique and to start empowering it. And yet, some of Maha’s students are much evolved and spiritually awakened without ever using a single spiritual technique, not even The Maha Technique. However, these students do not possess much supernatural abilities. Maha does not mind at all, since unwavering happiness is a better goal than acquiring abilities. This technique is freely offered to you, for your own enjoyment.
To empower mantras of The Maha Technique, you will need a mala, which is a Buddhist or Hindu prayer necklace of precisely 108 beads (or 109 beads if the 109th bead is not counted). You can find a mala at your local holistic store, or online. For each bead you count/swap, you recite the selected mantra once. At the end of the mala, you will have recited the mantra 108 times. If you do not have a mala, cannot acquire one, or do not wish to use a mala, you can count 5 minutes of mantra recitation to be the equivalent of reciting one mala. Instructions to charge mantras are provided in the free guide of The Maha Technique.
Atma Yoga is the yoga of the Soul/Self. As you progress, step-by-step you will:
With the first steps of Atma Yoga, we learn how to elevate our mind into peace and our heart into happiness, by force, regardless of our actual state of mind or emotional trials. It is a set of mantra charges and philosophical contemplations that bring us to a state of awakening. By becoming aware of the eternal soul, the temporary trials we face become insignificant, and hence are much easier to resolve. By becoming aware of the greatness of our higher self, the mind easily purifies and remains in a state of awe in front of the treasure that we are. By remembering the unity of your Self with the Supreme Self of the universe, all feelings of competition and comparison fall away, leaving us with a sense of eternal communion.
These teachings require seminar, in-person initiation or at the very least, a Skype (video) meeting with a certified teacher, using a computer equipped with a camera and microphone.
To inspire you, we provide the names of the Atma Yoga mantras in the order they are taught:
If a soul would have a name, interpreted in sound form, it would sound much like a Sanskrit or Hebrew name. We use Sanskrit to call the name of our soul. Through Atma Yoga, at any time we may learn the name of our Higher Self or receive it by the master, so we can summon its presence through our human experience. We also receive a "bija mantra", a syllable that is emitted by our soul that we use in transcendental meditation. A bija mantra given by an enlightened master is much more efficient, because the master also transmits the consciousness of the mantra to the soul of the student.
We wish to remind you that you are a complete being. A spiritual master is a useful guide, not a subject of adoration. There is no authority in spirituality. The goal of any process is to free you, not make you dependent on any source. You can accomplish everything on your own; it's simply faster with a master.
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Charging your soul and energy system with the five elements enhances everything you do afterwards. It gives you conscious access to the raw matter that created the universe. The basics are taught in The Maha Technique, but the science of it goes much further. When used consciously:
The five elements, as taught by Maha Vajra, are not the classical elements you would expect. Before matter existed at all, before there was something created, earth was not the solid grounds we perceive it to be today, fire had nothing to burn, water could not be fluid, and air was not gaseous. Maha teaches us the science of the five elements in their original pure-thought form, that delivered the creation. The side-effect of their presence in the manifested world can be perceived as the things that we usual call earth, fire, water and air. To this, the fifth element is added, sometimes called the Void or the Spirit element. He likes to call it the Heaven element.
Basic elements: Start by charging the five elements as explained in The Maha Technique. This step typically takes 60 days, at an average of 35 minutes per day. Completely devoted students can do it in only 12 days, charging every element simultaneously, at 3 hours a day. This step is enough for everyday use.
Major elements: Students who wish to go further in using the five elements to heal others and accelerate the development of supernatural abilities would charge and meditate on the five Major elements. This step can take anywhere between 6 months and 1 year, 30 to 45 minutes per day. We know that you can become a Reiki Master in only 3 weekends, but after that, can you really produce close-to-miracle healing effects?
Primordial elements: There is a process called the "primordial process", which comprises five mantras of extremely high consciousness, and five mantras of the primordial elements. The primordial process is taught only to the students who did their homework, charged every other elemental process, and did a lot of “integration”, which is another tool taught by Maha to his advanced students. Charging the primordial process before you are ready can destroy your life, so fast it pulls you to the experience of enlightenment, non-attachment, perception of oneness, and other experiences that the human ego usually fears.
To inspire you, we provide the names of the primordial process mantras in the order they are taught, along with the five primordial element mantras:
The Sudarshan Chakra mantra destroys everything left of human structures in your human system. Maha never had a student yet capable of handling the energies it invokes.
Receiving an initiation
from an enlightened master greatly accelerates the development
process. Once you've charged the basic elements from The Maha Technique, a seminar
is recommended to receive further initiation and teachings.
If you can't attend a seminar, a Skype (video) conversation with a certified teacher can be arranged if you have a computer
with a camera and microphone.
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The Kama Chakra is a process that purifies your past experiences relating to desire in every form, at every level. To accelerate your evolution and spiritual emancipation, it is essential to resolve past issues relating to the experience of desire, pleasure, love, affection, and sexuality. It is a process only taught through seminar, because of the sensibility of the matter. During the teaching, no one has to reveal anything about themselves. The tools are given to process each our own experiences.
The basic Kama Chakra process is a prerequisite to access advanced teachings of Kundalini Yoga, Atma Yoga, and science of manifestation. Once you’ve mastered the technique called “integration”, this is what the Kama Chakra process leads to:
This process comprises the practice of “integration” as taught by Maha, and mantra processes done while fixing the image of a specific Yantra (sacred image) or visualize it. This process is slightly different then those taught by other enlightened master, in order to remain dogma/religious free.
Kuji-In is a ritual process that encourages the development of body, mind and spirit. It enhances the nervous system, endocrine system, energy channels of the body, mental abilities, comprehension, quickness of body and mind, and opens the doors to great spiritual depth. It involves the combination of many tools to focus all of the practitioner’s attention: hand gesture, spoken words, mental visualization, philosophic contemplation, focus points on the body.
Kuji-Kiri (九字切り) means “Nine symbolic cuts”. It is a technique that belongs to the esoteric Buddhist tradition. From the outside, it seems to consist in drawing nine lines in the form of a grid, then drawing a symbol on the grid. In fact, it is the setting in place of nine energy structures, that once activated, can empower a concept represented by the drawn symbol over the grid.
In other words, the nine lines that we draw in Kuji-Kiri, are nine energy concepts that we lay down on a surface or in the air. This grid is empowered when the person who draws the grid has activated the nine powers in his consciousness. At this point, the drawn grid becomes a representation of the matrix of the world, into which you can summon another conceptual energy.
A Kuji-Kiri user is sometimes called a majutsushi, which translates as magician or conjurer. 真 ma = pure; 術 jutsu = art; 仕 shi = user. Thus, user of the pure art. Usually, the Kuji-Kiri users are experienced monks or priests in the Mikkyo (esoteric) Buddhist traditions, such as Shingon, Ten-Daï, or Shugendo. But there is sufficient correspondence with the Taoist ways to suggest that it came to Japan along with Chinese Buddhists who carried the influence of Taoist ways. Nowadays, it is mostly popular because of Ninjitsu, but ninjas are not the only ones using Kuji-Kiri.