What a blessing to sit with one of the great spiritual teachers of the world, Her Holiness Sai Maa. We went very deep and in multiple directions. Speaking with her is profound for me. I always feel changed, altered and lifted after our interactions. May you also be blessed in this way.
What if the power to heal the planet, alleviate suffering, and elevate our world to a state of the highest consciousness was in your hands? That’s exactly what her Holiness Sai Maa, humanitarian and spiritual teacher, wants you to know. The light within us all is the key to this age of global enlightenment.
This rebroadcast of Her Holiness’ first appearance on What Matters Most.
Sai Maa is like no other teacher, healer, leader, or public figure in the world today. Revered as the embodiment of “Divine Mother” in India, Sai Maa travels the globe as a bright beacon, constantly shining her light to awaken and empower humanity while tirelessly working to alleviate pain and suffering.
Honored as a living saint and the first female Jagadguru in more than 2,700 years of the Vishnuswami lineage, Sai Maa carries a fierce yet tender love for all of humankind.
She’s known for her elegance and grace, and it’s her refreshing candor and piercing vision that often inspires profound personal transformation. Sai Maa holds a PhD in Spirituality from the Open International University of Human Development. Her unique fusion of Eastern spiritual wisdom, Western therapeutic knowledge, and energetic mastery is what makes her teachings unique. Students learn to become masters in their own lives — ushering in an age of compassion, unity, and love.
Sai Maa first demonstrated her gift of being able to see energy as a young girl. As she could easily see beyond this physical world, angels and masters were her everyday friends. Later, as an adult living in France with her husband and two children, she developed a thriving therapy practice by merging her energetic sight and healing powers with her Western training in naturopathic, homeopathic, and osteopathic therapies. During this time, she also helped reform health care in the European Union while serving on the Bordeaux City Council.
After she met and became a life-long devoted disciple of the revered spiritual leader and world teacher, Sathya Sai Baba, her higher purpose was revealed: Dedicating her life to sharing practices and teachings that heal and uplift humanity.
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