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  • A cordial relation
  • Serve in silence and simplicity
  • The inclination to serve
  • Service for the groups

A cordial relation

The only key for establishing a cordial relation is to do something for the others, knowing their needs.

Serve in silence and simplicity

We should do some service for which we don't get money, in silence and simplicity. This gives joy and liberates from the debts of one's individual karma.

The inclination to serve

Good Will is an attitude to have the inclination to serve at all times and to watch out for opportunities.

Service for the groups

The measure for service is: What have you done for the group? Natural groups form themselves around us, at home or at our work. We shouldn't define group in a too narrow manner.

Meditation and more

“Try to live in a group and see how you can fit into it.”
Service Fields

Strengthening the Practice

Group meditation

Meditations, prayers, rituals, worship and study of wisdom scriptures help to connect to the one consciousness. For meditation, the group energy is of great help. We can experience a higher consciousness and a greater presence of the spirit more easily.

Coming together in a group strengthens us in our practice and in the decision to express goodwill in daily life. Individually, we are not as strong as in the community of like-minded people. And individuals with a certain degree of accomplishment can help others to link-up with the Light.

When we are alone at home, we more easily give way to the tendencies of our personality and we find it more difficult to follow the exercises. A stable group can neutralise the individual irritations.

Accepting responsibility for a group, the rhythm of regular gatherings and the purity of focus is an important service activity. Every one who actively contributes strengthens the group. Contact a group

Joining a group

If you like to join a group, have a look at WTT Groups and their Activities. If there is no group in your area, you might start a group with your friends. The impulse for a group starts from within. Contact Group

A Joint Aspiration

The rhythm and structure for meditations, study of wisdom teachings, living together and exchange was set by Dr. E. Krishnamacharya and further continued by Dr. K. Parvathi Kumar. The groups choose their way of group living and pick up the practices which suit best their joint aspiration.

The examples given here illustrate the meditational activities of different groups. You find proposals for meditations and other spiritual practices on the pages about Meditation. meditation

Meditation and Study

The groups regularly meet for meditation and for study of the wisdom teachings. In some groups there are classes/courses with lectures of experienced members on different topics such as the teachings of the WTT, the etheric world, Secret Doctrine or astrology. Lecture

Special Occasions

Other days for group meetings are full moon and new moon or Dhanishta, when the moon is in the second half of Aquarius.

Some groups also meet on special occasions like the seasonal festivals of the solstices and equinoxes or other festivals. On these days, some bigger groups organise one-day or weekend seminars.

Furthermore, some groups meet to celebrate the May Call and December Call Days or the birthdays of great spiritual teachers, who inspire through their being.

Some group members also join the festivals and rituals conducted by Dr. K. Parvathi Kumar via live transmission.

Special Purposes

Meditations for healing purposes are held on Thursdays or on 11th moon phases. Some members combine it with visits to sick people at their homes or hospitals to give them emotional support.

Committed members also join on Sunday morning for the Global Prayer for Peace.

Some groups regularly do Fire Rituals and Water Rituals.

Some give support for dying people by doing prayers of forgiveness and thanksgiving. This way the souls can detach more easily and leave their bodies.

Eating Together

In many groups it is a good tradition to conclude some meetings by having lunch or dinner together. This strengthens the bond of cordiality. Eating together





“Let us work together
Let us grow together
Let us share together
Let us be protected together
Let not malice prevail
Let there be no hindrance to Light
Let peace prevail
in all the three planes.”

Free Group Decisions

These are some examples of meditational group activities. The individual groups decide themselves about their rhythm and work, depending on the dedication of the members.

All activities are free of cost or just at cost price for expenses fixed by the group. No rules are imposed.

Every group is a challenge to see people with different temperaments and personalities as a completion. In a group, there happens a grouping of personalities, so that the one consciousness working through the entire group can be experienced.

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