When Serge Kahili King was fourteen he was initiated into the path of Hawaiian shamanism by his father.
At eighteen he was adopted as the grandson of Joseph Kahili of Kauai, a "kupua" or shaman of the Hawaiian tradition.
In addition to his years of training with the Kahili family, Dr. King spent seven years in West Africa being trained
in African shamanic traditions, and has made in-depth studies of other such traditions around the world.
Today he teaches people how to use shamanic
healing techniques and uses his knowledge to help others discover their own creative power. ... More...
Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, a spiritual leader in the Sufi Order of the West, was born in London ...
Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan is the author of numerous books, including the ... More...
is the spiritual leader of the Sufi Order International
(established by Hazrat Inayat Khan in London, 1917)
and founding director of the Suluk Academy, ... More...
Join Peruvian born master curandero and gifted shamanic ceremonialist,
Oscar began his formal apprenticeship in Peruvian curanderismo in 1969 with famed huachumero Don Celso Rojas of Chiclayo,
and in 1982 was initiated into the Paqokuna tradition under the tutelage of Don Benito Corihuaman Vargas from Wasao.. More...
Sri Chinmoy is a spiritual teacher who is trying to inspire and serve mankind with his soulful offerings -
his prayers and meditations, literary, musical and artistic works. More...
Nityananda (was) a great mahasiddha who lived in Ganeshpuri,
India, and his student, Swami Rudrananda (Rudi), one of the first Americans to bring eastern spirituality to this country.
Swami Chetanananda is the current lineage holder and the spiritual director of Nityananda Institute. ... More... and
Sri Aurobindo spent his life through his vast writings and through his own development
working for the freedom of India, the path to the further evolution of life on earth, and to
bring down what he called the Supermind to enable such progress. He referred to his teachings as the
‘Amma’ as she is known all over the world today, has inspired and started innumerable humanitarian services.
She has earned international recognition for her outstanding contributions to the world community.
She is recognized as an extraordinary spiritual leader by the United Nations
and by the people all over the world...More...
‘In January 1993, Shri Dhyanyogi gave her the spiritual name, Anandi Ma, which means,
"One who is in Bliss and keeps others in Bliss." Her early years passed in a quiet and
uneventful manner, in an environment rich with spiritual practice and energy.
One day in 1972, at the age of fourteen, she spontaneously entered a very deep, meditative state.
In her own words, she saw "the light of a million suns,"
and in the same moment, had a vision of the Divine Mother, and merged with Her.More...