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Spiritual Masters

Highly evolved souls, guided by the Universe to make a difference here on Earth, they are known as masters, teachers or spiritual guides. They spread awareness, give knowledge and unconditional love to our world not only during their lifetime but forever, it doesn’t make any difference how long ago or where they lived.  In a way we are their followers, we learn about their vision, their ideas, hear what they have to say and read the texts they gave us as a legacy while working to shape our own spiritual vision, find our spiritual way and follow our own evolution path.

Most of the information available today on this subject, "spiritual personalities", is focused on famous contemporary teachers or speakers and is organized around quantitative criteria such as: number of books or articles sold, number of lectures or conferences, internet search volume, number of visits on official sites.  

What we have assembled here is different ... we want to bring into focus great masters who have managed to pass the test of time and generations, teachers who have had many disciples in the past and have many disciples today too proving the universality and perpetuity of their ideas. We also consider something extremely important yet difficult to weight, and that is their known psychic capability and the way it has been used for the benefit of others, most often for healing.

 

We also brought inside contemporary personalities. Masters, teachers, speakers or healers who already show special abilities and  great dedication in helping others.

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May 11, 1895 – February 17,  1986

Jiddu Krishnamurti 

World's personality born in India. There are voices that say  he is the greatest thinker and spiritual teacher of all times.  He is   named   "Socrates of the modern times".

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January 31, 1900 – December 25, 1986

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

Philosopher, pedagogue, mystic, and esotericist born in Bulgaria. A leading 20th-century teacher of Western esotericism in Europe,

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September 4, 1931 – June 2, 1987

Anthony de Mello

Spiritual teacher, writer,  public speaker, Jesuit priest born in India. He wrote  books on spirituality and hosted  spiritual retreats and conferences.  

November 23, 1926 - April 24, 2011

Sathia Say Baba

 Indian guru, philanthropist, psychic.  As a child, considered  unusually intelligent and charitable, and  uncommonly talented in devotional music, dance and drama.

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December 12, 1912 - August 26, 1995

Stylianos Atteshlis (Daskalos)

Greek Cypriot mystic, healer, teacher who set up the circle "The Researchers of Truth." He loved writing poetry, painting,   studying languages, nature.

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September 4, 1952 - 

Serghei Nicolaevici Lazarev

Russian parapsychologist, writer, psychologist, philosopher, psychic dedicated to healing diseases based on informational fields study. 

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June 04, 1924 – May 21, 1997

Valeriu Popa

Healer, philantropist, philosopher born in Romania, well known  across the Eastern European space . Dedicated to healing grave diseases based on natural therapies.

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September 30,  1207 - December 17, 1273

Rumi (Mevlana)

Persian  13th-century   poet, faqih, Islamic scholar, theologian,  Sufi mystic.  Rumi's influence transcends national borders and ethnic divisions.

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June 24, 1942 -

Joao Teixeira de Faria

Known as João de Deus, Brazilian medium, psychic surgeon based in Abadiânia, where he ran the Casa de Dom Inácio de Loyola, a spiritual healing center and  retreat.

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