Lady Master Nada by Ramon Martinez Lopez

Lady Master Nada Chohan of the Sixth Ray empowerment and attunement

Founder, Ramon Martinez Lopez

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Ascended Lady Master Nada is Chohan of the Sixth Ray, the purple and gold ray, of peace, service and brotherhood. She tutors souls in mastering these qualities in the solar-plexus chakra, and helps them prepare to receive the Holy Spirit’s gifts of speaking in tongues and interpretation of tongues. In addition, she is known as the unifier of families and twin flames. The word Nada means the voice of the silence, and also a receding of the personality into the nothingness, giving way to the Christ Self.

Healing is one of Her actions or services to mankind. She is one Who directs healing to the mankind of Earth. She uses a Pink Flame for some of Her work. Nada is a member of the Karmic Board and represents the Third Ray in that body. She has recently assumed the Chohanship for the Sixth Ray for the time being. Her symbol is a pink rose.

Nada also serves on the Karmic Board—a group of eight ascended masters and cosmic beings who dispense justice to this system of worlds, adjudicating karma, mercy and judgment on behalf of every soul. Through both these offices in the Great White Brotherhood (chohan and member of the Karmic Board), she teaches the path of personal Christhood by expressing love through ministration and service to life.

She assists ministers, missionaries, healers, teachers, psychologists, counselors at law, professional people, public servants in government as well as those devoted to serving the needs of people in every branch of human and health services. You will also find her at the side of businessmen and -women, blue-collar, skilled and unskilled workers, farmers, ranchers, defenders of freedom and revolutionaries of love in every field.

Assisting Saint Germain in his "great gathering of the elect" who will serve with him in the cause of world freedom is beloved Nada, Chohan of the Sixth Ray. This Ascended Lady Master also serves on the Karmic Board as the representative of the Third Ray. Through both offices she teaches Jesus' path of personal Christhood through ministration and service to life.

In other embodiments, Nada took up the avocation of law and became an expert in the defense of souls oppressed by the spoilers in the earth. During her meditations upon the Law of God and in the course of her ministrations in the temple, she perceived the Law "as the certain defense which the Mother must use to protect her children from the wiles of this world, from the fallen ones who seek also to use the Law to their unjust purposes." In her final incarnation 2,700 years ago, Nada was the youngest of a large family of exceptionally gifted children.

The beloved angel Charity appeared to her at a very early age and taught her how to draw God's love from the flame in her heart and to radiate it into the Nature kingdom for the blessing of life. The Archeia of the Third Ray also taught Nada to expand her threefold flame for the quickening of the chakras of her brothers and sisters, that by a heightened inner awareness they might bless the people and uplift the culture of the Divine Mother on earth through the arts.

The gifts of the Holy Spirit which Nada administers are those of diverse kinds of tongues and the interpretation of tongues. These gifts involve the mastery of nuances of vibration in the five secret rays and their almost infinite combinations with the elements of the seven rays as the qualities of the Word are released through the petals of the chakras.

As pertains to human, divine, and angelic tongues, these gifts involve the mastery of speech, communication and the delivery of the Word. They range from the mastery of earth's languages for the transmission of the Word universally to all to proficiency in the tongues of angels as spoken by angelic messengers through the empowerment of the Holy Spirit.

The gifts of tongues also facilitate understanding between peoples and figure in the art of diplomacy and just plain getting along with your neighbor--the soft answer that turneth away wrath, the bridling of the tongue that James admonished--comforting a child or the wounded soul or dealing in the power of the Lord's Spirit with the Devil's railings and possessing demons.

Following in Jesus' footsteps, beloved Nada had assumed the full Chohanship of the Sixth Ray by December 31, 1959. Nada serves in Jesus' retreat in the etheric octave over Saudi Arabia, where many disciples of the Lord have received their training directly from his Sacred Heart, face to face, during the Saviour's two-thousand-year occupancy of that office.

Here in the home of the Prince of Peace Nada instructs and gives exercises in the God-mastery of the emotions and the quieting of the inordinate passions of the desire body. Using Jesus' mantra "Peace be still!" she demonstrates the use of the solar plexus for the release of the power of peace through the seven sacred centers. Here, too, she unveils the mystery of Jesus' saying "He that believeth on me, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water. " As Nada directs disciples in the application of the radiant purple-and-gold flame of the Sixth Ray--a key step in the nine steps of precipitation taught by the Master Alchemist Saint Germain and the priesthood of the Order of Melchizedek (as well as by the Seven Mighty Elohim and the elemental builders of form) she stresses the path of devotion (bhakti yoga) through the reestablishment of a personal heart-tie to Jesus. This lovetie, she says, is the key to "believing on him." And in this case, believing is seeing--seeing just how to put on his consciousness, to assimilate his Body and his Blood, and to internalize his Word.

Oneness with the Christ of Jesus, chakra by chakra, reinforced through the individual Christ Self, is the open door to the disciple's instrumentation of that flow of Light from the Great Central Sun by which sons and daughters of God hold the balance for earth and her evolutions. The flow of Light out of "the belly," which means through the solar plexus, or place of the Sun, is of spiritual significance:

Here the belly refers to the womb as the matrix, or place prepared, for the soul's alchemy of bringing forth the Divine Manchild--the Christ consciousness of the universal age. This realization of the self as the instrument of the Greater Self with its attendant putting on of the Light of the, Great Central Sun (the Son of God) leads to the God Self-realization of the Mother seen as the soul who is Woman, "clothed with the 'Sun.'" By this Sixth Ray alchemy of Christ's love combined with the Ruby Ray action of the Third Ray--present in the Manchild who has the gifts of the Holy Ghost while he is yet in his mother's womb--Nada, assisted by her angels and devotees, contributes to the mitigation of world tension and the astral weight of the mass consciousness. Thus, this path of practicing the presence of the Lord-pursued by his own who abide in his heart as he abides in theirs--is the Sixth Ray aspect and action of the transmutation of personal and planetary karma.

Nada is very much involved in the initiation and sponsorship of twin flames and the Aquarian-age family. And she draws her circle of love around homes of Light where father and mother set the example of the Path and children are tutored in the Law from birth by right standard and right action.



Radharani empowerment by Ramon Martinez Lopez - Unlimited Transcendental Qualities, Affection, Compassion, Calmness, Mercy, Humbleness, Charm

Founder: Ramon Martinez Lopez

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Krishna, and topmost of all goddesses. Her name means that She is the most excellent worshiper of Lord Krishna. However, She is also an expansion of the Lord’s energy. Since She is also an extension of Krishna, She is the feminine aspect of God. Thus, in the Gaudiya Vaishnava tradition, God is both male and female. They are one, but Krishna expands into two, Himself and Radharani, for the sake of divine loving pastimes.

Radharani is the source of all expansions of the energies of God – the shaktis, or other goddesses. Thus, Vishnu, Rama, even Shiva are all expansions of the one Supreme Being, Krishna, and similarly Lakshmi, Sita, and even Durga are all expansions of this Supreme Feminine form of God, Radharani.

Radharani has many names according to Her qualities and characteristics. Some of the names that Radharani is known by include:

Govinda-anandini–She who gives pleasure to Govinda [Krishna];

Govinda-mohini–She who mystifies Govinda;

Govinda-sarvasa–the all-in-all of Lord Govinda;

Shiromani Sarva-kanta–the crown jewel of all the Lord’s consorts; and…

Krishnamayi–the one who sees Krishna both within and without.

She is also known as Sarva-kanti, which indicates that all beauty and luster rest in Her body, and all the Lakshmis derive their beauty from Her. Sarva-kanti also means that all the desires of Lord Krishna rest in Srimati Radharani. As Lord Krishna enchants the world with His beauty and charm, Sri Radha enchants Him. Therefore She is the Supreme Goddess. Sri Radha is the full power, and Lord Krishna is the possessor of full power. (Cc.Adi-lila, 4.82, 84, 87-96) Thus, the two are non-different, as the sunshine is nondifferent from the sun, or as the energy is non-different from the energetic or source of energy.

In this way, without Radha there is no meaning to Krishna and without Krishna there is no meaning to Radha. Because of this, in the Vaishnava tradition we always pay respects first to the Lord’s internal energy in the form of Radha, and then to the Lord. Thus They are referred to as Radha-Krishna. In this way, Radha and Krishna are one, but when Lord Krishna wants to enjoy, He manifests Himself as Radharani. Otherwise, there is no energy in which Krishna can attain pleasure outside Himself.

Appearing 500 years ago in Bengal, India, Lord Chaitanya propagated the chanting of the Hare Krishna Mantra as the only means to experience Radha’s love for Krishna.

The Hare Krishna mantra directs one’s attention and devotion to Radha as well as Krishna. Radha is also known as Mother Hara, which is the name Hare in the vocative form within the mantra. So in chanting Hare Krishna, we are first approaching the Lord’s internal potency and asking Radha to please engage us in the service of Lord Krishna.

She is also the compassionate nature of the Lord, and thus more easily approached than trying to reach Lord Krishna directly. And when we read these descriptions of Radha, it is no wonder why they are devoted to Her. For example, it is explained that Srimati Radharani has unlimited transcendental qualities, of which twenty-five are principal.

These include:

1) She is very sweet.

2) She is always freshly youthful.

3) Her eyes are restless.

4) She smiles brightly.

5) She has beautiful, auspicious lines.

6) She makes Krishna happy with Her bodily aroma.

7) She is very expert in singing.

Her speech is charming.

9) She is very expert in joking and speaking pleasantly.

10) She is very humble and meek.

11) She is always full of mercy.

12) She is cunning

13) She is expert in executing Her duties.

14) She is shy.

15) She is always respectful.

16) She is always calm.

17) She is always grave.

18) She is expert in enjoying life.

19) She is situated in the topmost level of ecstatic love.

20) She is the reservoir of loving affairs in Gokula.

21) She is the most famous of submissive devotees.

22) She is very affectionate to elderly people.

23) She is very submissive to the love of Her friends.

24) She is the chief gopi.

25) She always keeps Krishna under Her control.In short, She possesses unlimited transcendental qualities, just as Lord Krishna does. (Ujjvala-nilamani, Sri-radha-prakarana 11-15)



Maha Kali Seichim Attunement

Maha Kali Seichim Founded By Stephen Comee Workshop Contents Covering:- I. What Is Maha Kali Seichim? What Is Seichim? Ancient Origins Seichim and Hinduism Margot "Deepa" Slater . . . Shares Her Story II. An Introduction to Maha Kali Who Is Kali? All About Kali Various Forms of Kali Maha Kali The Transcendant Power of Time The 100 Names of Kali III. Writings on Kali, Mantras & Meditation The Dance of Time (by Sri Chinmoy) The Four Powers of the Mother (by Sri Aurobindo) Two Poems on the Mother (by Ramprasad Sen) The Mantras of Maha Kali Maha Kali Heart Exercise IV. Maha Kali Yantras What Is a Yantra? Maha Kali Yantra Kali Yantra Kali (Mahavidya) Yantra ?yama Yantra Kali Yantra Meditation V. Kalighat VI.The Process of Using Maha Kali Seichim VII. Symbols to Use with the Maha Kali Healing Energy 1. KR?M! 2. H?M VIII. Self-Empowerment Method IX. Attunement Method 1. Synergy Reiki Method of Maha Kali Empowerment 2. Vedic Reiju Empowerment Method Appendix 1. A Simple Maha Kali Sadhana Practice The Mahavidya Sadhana of Kali You will receive a manual, one distance attunement and a certificate with lineage.





Seichim,a word (pronounced "SAY-keem") of unknown origin-but closely related to the ancient Egyptian word sekhem, which means life-force, or energy-isused to indicate a system of healing that many feel has ancient originsin Tibet. This practice is said to have been handed down from very ancient times.




What Is Green Tara Seichim?


What Is Seichim?


Ancient Origins


Seichim and Buddhism


Origin of the Cult of Tara


Her Name


More Than One Tara? The Two Wives


Green Tara Relation to Amitabha


White Tara


About the Tara Mantras


Who Is Tara and Why Do We Pray to Her?


The Origin of Tara


Why Do We Need to Practice Tara


The Benefits of Tara Practice


Green Tara and the Twenty-One Taras


The Symbolism of Green Tara


The Twenty-One Taras


The Mantra of Tara


Green Tara Heart Exercise


The Popular Mantras of Some Forms of Tara


Other Popular Forms of Tara


a) Kurukulle (Wrathful Red/Black Tara)

b) Norgyun (Peaceful Yellow Tara)

c) Marici (Peaceful Red/Yellow Tara)

d) Red Tara (Peaceful Red Tara)


The Process of Using Green Tara Seichim


4 Tibetan  Symbols to Use with the Green Tara Healing Energy


Self-Empowerment Method


Method of Green Tara Empowerment


Tibetan  Empowerment Method


The Green Tara Seichim course is available to current Reiki Masters.


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Kuan yin es una bodisatva, es decir, un ser que ha trascendido la existencia fenoménica y que sin embargo continua accesible a los seres para conducirles a la Libertad.

Ella encarna la Compasión y la Sabiduría en perfecta unión, y se manifiesta como la actividad salvadora y protectora. Verdaderamente, se encuentra reflejada como en un espejo en religiones de todo el mundo; como María en la Cristiandad y Tara en el Vajrayana. Como Kuan yin preside la enseñanza suprema del Buda Sakyamuni: "el corazón de la sabiduría esencial" (la "Prajñaparamita Hridayam"), la doctrina Mahayana de la vacuidad.

En China y otros paises de Extremo Oriente, es fervientemente venerada porque sus favores son siempre generosamente dispensados y Ella socorre continuamente de cualquier peligro a quien la recuerda.

significa "la que escucha y atiende los lamentos del mundo (de todos los seres)".


Kuan yin es una bella joven, sin embargo en otros tiempos Ella existió como un joven varón. El se llamaba Avalokita ("el que contempla a los seres") en India, y Chenresi en Tibet -del que se considera el patrón y la deidad budista más popular. Mientras habitó en esos paises como el bodisatva celestial de la Gran Compasión, poseyó nombre y forma masculina; pero en su emplazamiento posterior en China es cuando decidió transformarse, seguramente para contribuir al cambio de polaridad planetario -en la nueva era que comienza- donde la mujer y los valores que representa han de pasar al primer plano y equilibrar la vida humana y terrena, tras muchos milenios de dominio del aspecto masculino sobre la conciencia colectiva.


Kuan yin más tarde viajó a Japón, Korea, Vietnam, Thailandia, Singapur... y hoy dia a Occidente. Ya siempre ha conservado desde entonces su identidad y forma femenina, siendo conocida como Kwanon, Kwan Am y otros nombres en todos esos países del budismo Mahayana.



Kuan yin nos lleva amablemente de su mano, como criaturas en crecimiento y evolución. Ella ayuda a la fertilidad de todo tipo; para concebir hijos deseados, para crear obras maravillosas, para dar a luz al ser divino que es nuestra verdadera naturaleza... Tan solo confiarse en Ella es igual a renacer en este mismo instante en la Tierra Pura de la iluminación y el amor.

No hay mejores votos para agradecerle su bondad que ser amables con todos los seres, ser rayos de su Compasión en acción. Sus ritos y yogas pueden ser tan simples como recordar y cantar su nombre, invocarla con el mantra o el dharani (exhortación), inclinarse ante su imagen o visualizarla como la esencia de nuestro propio corazón, encender una lámpara por Ella, dedicarse a los seres en múltiples actividades benefactoras, meditar en el silencio original de la propia mente que es el sonido absoluto de su voz divina, comprender y respetar con ecuanimidad la diversidad de senderos espirituales y sus muchas formas divinas -como aspectos de su misma presencia y enseñanza, vivir sencillamente sabiendo que siempre hay un más allá... un espacio para la trascendencia... desapegándonos de conceptos rígidos y sentimientos obsesivos, ser flexibles y naturales... Este es su sencillo culto, su Dharma, su Tao.


Kuan yin salva siempre y a todos. Tan sólo es preciso que el momento haya llegado, que nuestra conciencia esté receptiva a su melodía inspiradora que revela el camino de la liberación.

Si dirigimos nuestra mirada hacia Ella, hallaremos guía y orientación, pues despertará nuestra intuición directa de las cosas. Ella no está fuera de nosotros, habita en nuestro corazón como el latido de vida que siempre trae la vida, pues su energía es la del amor.

Siendo criaturas de la Conciencia, al mismo tiempo Ella trasciende nuestras formas corporales y vidas fenoménicas. Por eso la podemos llamar como a un ser que nos abarca y nos contiene. Vivimos, nos movemos y tenemos el ser en el gran océano de la creación, en cuyo centro se eleva la isla-montaña del Potalá, donde reside Kuan yin como la Conciencia original.

Ella es el faro que dirige a los navegantes del gran mar de la existencia, cuya luz es visible desde cualquier costa. Ella es lo más pequeño y lo más grande, el corazón del corazón y la esfera sin perímetro de lo real. ...Dentro y fuera, sin dualidad ni diferencia, por eso no importa cómo pensemos en Ella, si como una deidad objetivamente existente o como un poder subjetivo de la mente de Clara Luz... Tangible y sutil, Ella es ambas verdades, y por cualquier punta de su estrellado manto que tiremos de Ella, igualmente su esplendor ilimitado nos alcanzará e iluminará.


¡¡Namo Kuan yin!!





Tara es un nombre sanscrito cuya raíz Tri significa en el causativo "hacer atravesar", "hacer alcanzar la otra orilla", en sentido propio como figurado, de ahí el sentido general de "salvar, socorrer, liberar". El nombre tibetano correspondiente es Dreulma o Drölma; tiene el mismo sentido que Tara, ya que el verbo del que deriva significa "salvar, hacer atravesar". Tara es por lo tanto: "aquella que hace atravesar (el océano de las existencia)" o también "aquella que hace alcanzar (la otra orilla en la que cesan los estados condicionados de la existencia)"

Principio femenino de liberación, perfección de la sabiduría, madre de los budas, protectora del Tibet, Tara es la mayor dama-yidam del panteón tibetano.

Según la leyenda, Tara la bodhisatva habría nacido bajo los rasgos de la princesa "Luna de sabiduría", que decidió hacerse monja. Los monjes le aconsejaron orar para obtener un renacimiento más propicio en un cuerpo masculino. Ella les respondió que en la realidad última, no existen ya ni hombre ni mujer así como no existen el "yo" y el "mio", e hizo voto de continuar manifestándose en un cuerpo de mujer para ayudar a todos los seres, hasta que el océano de la existencia samsárica se seque.

También se dice que nació de una lágrima vertida por Chenreri (o Avalokiteshvara) el buda de la compasión, del cual ella es una emanación. El nombre Tara, que quiere decir estrella, es interpretado como "aquella que ayuda a atravesar" (el océano del samsara), la salvadora, la liberadora. Tara vuela al socorro de todos aquellos que la invocan en la adversidad, o, como lo dice el sabio indio Chandragomi en el siglo VII, "Aya Tara responde instantáneamente a todas las oraciones desinteresadas. Los deseos egoístas corren el riesgo de tomar algo más de tiempo..."

Las dos formas más conocidas de Tara son la verde y la blanca, así como 21 manifestaciones que son objeto de una bella plegaria. La Tara verde protege de los miedos, de los peligros y de los enemigos, que ella doma pacíficamente. La Tara blanca es invocada a menudo para obtener curación y longevidad.


Tara (Sanskrit: तारा, tārā; Tib. སྒྲོལ་མ་, Drolma) or Ārya Tārā, also known as Jetsun Dolma (Tibetan language:rje btsun sgrol ma) in Tibetan Buddhism, is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. She is known as the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements. In Japan she is known as Tarani Bosatsu, and little-known as Tuoluo in Chinese Buddhism.[2]

Tara is a tantric meditation deity whose practice is used by practitioners of the Tibetan branch of Vajrayana Buddhism to develop certain inner qualities and understand outer, inner and secret teachings about compassion and emptiness. Tara is actually the generic name for a set of Buddhas or bodhisattvas of similar aspect. These may more properly be understood as different aspects of the same quality, as bodhisattvas are often considered metaphoric for Buddhist virtues.

The most widely known forms of Tārā are:

Green Tārā, known as the Buddha of enlightened activity

White Tārā, also known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity; also known as The Wish-fulfilling Wheel, or Cintachakra

Red Tārā, of fierce aspect associated with magnetizing all good things

Black Tārā, associated with power

Yellow Tārā, associated with wealth and prosperity

Blue Tārā, associated with transmutation of anger

Cittamani Tārā, a form of Tārā widely practiced at the level of Highest Yoga Tantra in the Gelug School of Tibetan Buddhism, portrayed as green and often conflated with Green Tārā

Khadiravani Tārā (Tārā of the acacia forest), who appeared to Nagarjuna in the Khadiravani forest of South India and who is sometimes referred to as the "22nd Tārā."

There is also recognition in some schools of Buddhism of twenty-one Tārās. A practice text entitled "In Praise of the 21 Tārās", is recited during the morning in all four sects of Tibetan Buddhism.

The main Tārā mantra is the same for Buddhists and Hindus alike: oṃ tāre tuttāre ture svāhā. It is pronounced by Tibetans and Buddhists who follow the Tibetan traditions as oṃ tāre tu tāre ture soha