Theosophy is Divine Wisdom. Maitreya Theosophy is Divine Wisdom merged with Divine Love; Theosophy perceived in the Light of Maitreya.
Maitreya is the World Teacher who represents the Love of God. He is known in the West as the Christ, and in the East as Krishna and Maitreya Buddha.
Maitreya Theosophy teaches how to apply Theosophy practically so that one’s life demonstrates one’s search for truth, honesty, and love in action. It is a teaching for people who wish to respond to the call of Maitreya, and wish to live in His world as Children of the Heart who walk the Way of the Heart to perfection of all human qualities and virtues.
On this website, teachings occur through the use of transmissions which are an overshadowing of Ananda Tara Shan by the Masters of the Hierarchy. When Ananda uses words such as 'I am Jesus', she is speaking on behalf of the Master and is not referring to herself.
Concerning participation in spiritual work
If you have a serious physical or psychological condition, you are advised against taking part in activities that call upon spiritual energies without prior consultation with an experienced meditation teacher. Where serious illness or imbalance is present, it is recommended that the body and mind focus on healing and regaining balance. In these cases, it is better to work on healing in cooperation with health care practitioners through, for example, relaxation, positive thinking and stress reduction.
If you have used psychoactive substances such as illegal or legal drugs (including medications such as antidepressants, mood stabilisers, tranquillisers, or hypnotics), or alcohol (more than the occasional social drink), a minimum of 3-7 years free of using such substances is recommended before it is advisable to participate in spiritual work.
These statements are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical or psychological advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please do not disregard professional medical or psychological advice or delay in seeking it because of something in these statements.