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The Oneness Blessing

Apr 03, 2011 10:02AM

Sri Bhagavan and Sri Amma, founders of the Oneness University in India have brought the Oneness Blessing to the world. They contend that the solution to humanity's problems can only be found through enlightenment. Their inspired vision is to enlighten 64,000 people around the world. In turn, these people will act to help transform the rest of humanity.

The Oneness Blessing, formerly known as Deeksha (also spelled Diksha) is taught in Golden City, India. According to the website, the Deeksha is a transfer of spiritual energy to the neocortex of the brain. Deeksha initiates a neurobiological change in the brain that when complete enables the senses to be free from the constant interference of the mind. When the senses are unclouded by the mind’s interpretations, a natural clarity of perception occurs with accompanying spontaneous feelings of joy, inner calmness and a connection to the Oneness in everything.

Deeksha is transferred by the Deeksha giver normally placing his or her hands onto the crown of the head. Experiences during the deeksha vary, sometimes strong, sometimes subtle, sometimes delayed until even days later. The recipient may experience a tingling sensation in the head, or blissful feelings running through the body, or sometimes nothing at all. Whatever the experience, the recipient can trust that the process of enlightenment has begun, a process designed for your own nature that will lead gradually (or sometimes spontaneously) into Awakening.

Deeksha does not belong to any religion, or any particular belief or spiritual path. Deeksha is given each day to people all over the world, people of all races, all religions, all spiritual beliefs or no spiritual beliefs, and to people of all nationalities. The Shakti Shtala or Oneness Temple, a white marble structure 20 times the size of the Taj Mahal, is being built in India for the use of enlightened people from around the world of all backgrounds and religions.

For more information, call 321-751-7584 or visit Local Oneness Blessings will be facilitated by graduates of Oneness University, Sue Bailey and Nancy Thompson on January 9th in Cocoa and January 24th in Melbourne. For more information about Deeksha, see or


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