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We are called “Manasa Light Age Foundation (R) ”.
Manasa Light Age Foundation is a non-profit, non-political and non-religious charitable Trust.
Our main activities are
Teaching and training in Meditation as taught by the Rishis or the Light Masters.
Studying the Spiritual Realities mainly using the intuitive faculties as done by the Rishis in earlier times.
Spreading the Light Channels World Movement, helping everyone entering the Light Age.
Guiding people who wish to sail through 2012.
Other activities include
Publishing Books and the Newsletter to disseminate the Spiritual Knowledge channelled by the Light Masters
Helping the village children here in their school studies, moral discipline and cultural development under a special project called the “Jyoti Project”.
The Founders of this Path, the Rishis Path or the Sapta Rishis Path are, in reality, the seven great Light Masters guided by Master V.
On the human plane two Light Masters founded this Path.
Maharshi Amara (1919-1982)
He was one of the tallest Light Masters ever walked on the earth. He came in contact with the seven Light Masters in the Astral plane at the age of nine and worked with them till his end.
He travelled astrally daily to other worlds and gathered vast Spiritual Knowledge, particularly the science of Meditation.
He founded the Rishis Path in 1974 when the Dark Age or the Kali Yuga ended.
He continues to guide the followers from the Astral plane even now.
Guruji Krishnananda (1939)
He is the direct disciple of Maharshi Amara. He met Maharshi Amara in 1977 to learn Meditation and joined his Spiritual Project in 1981.
He founded Manasa Light Age Foundation in 1988 and established the Study Centre in 2007.
He wrote “Doorways to Light” (1998) which is considered as one of the most important books after the “Autobiography of a Yogi”.
His book “Channelled Knowledge from the Rishis” (2005) has channelled answers to most of the questions that a seeker of Truth and a Meditator come across.
He is a channel for the Hierarchy.
He lives in Taponagara, 20 KMs away from Bangalore, India. He lives in seclusion and lives away from the glare of publicity like his Guru did.
Manasa Foundaton is established in a newly budding township called Taponagara, by the side of a tiny village called Chikkagubbi which lies one kilometre off Hennur-Bagalur Road, which leads to new Bengaluru International Airport. Taponagara is about 20 KMs away from Bangalore city, India.
In 1935, Maharshi Amara meditated for 24 days and nights on a nearby hillock when he saw a huge light falling from the sky near Taponagara. Then, it was revealed to him that a special Spiritual Centre would be established by the Light Masters here.
Guruji Krishnananda founded Taponagara in 1993 with a lonely hut.
In 1994, a huge field of energy was built by the Light Masters which was about one and a half kilometres in radius. The field has now grown to a hemisphere of about four kilometres in diameter.
Taponagara has the Head Quarters of the Path called Manasa. One Kilometre away, in another village called Gollahalli, the Study Centre is established. This area is known as Antar-Manasa.
Taponagara has two important structures:
Kundalini Tower where special Kundalini energy brought down from the Higher Plane of Adi Shakti is placed under the ground and
Cosmic Tower which has two pyramids, one inverted pyramid sitting on the other containing the energies and entry points into the Higher Planes.
Taponagara also has a special park developed for Meditations.
By the side of Antar-Manasa lies the recently built (Dec 2009) Great Ra Meditation Hall. Here energies from Great Ra, the source of energies of the Egyptian Ra, are stored.
Taponagara is located in the northern part of Bangalore (India) beyond Lingarajapuram. It is about 22 kilometres away from the Railway and Bus stations.
The new International Airport is 30 kilometres from here.
One has to travel a distance of about 8 kilometres on the Hennur-Bagalur Road and then after crossing the land marks (Southern Asia Bible College and Poorna Pragna School) take a right turn at a place called Byrathi Bande and travel 1.5 kilometres.There are sign boards with arrow marks from here.
It may take about an hour to reach Taponagara from Majestic.