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Master Mountain – A Retreat into Presence

January last year during a journey to India, I had the good occasion to visit the Nilagiris, the Blue Mountains in South India. I was very much thrilled to be in this sublime presence, where there is the residence of the Grand Rishi Agastya in the subtle spheres. There are a number of posts in the blog about this great Master.

Now the Indian brotherhood of the WTT, especially the group of Bangalore, has launched a project of building a retreat centre in the magnificent surroundings of Kodanadu, with direct view on the Durga Mountain, or Rangaswami Pillar, where there is the centre of the subtle ashram. They just have published a very well done video, “Master Mountain – A Retreat into Presence”. It starts with the following words:

“The Ashram in the Blue Mountains is acclaimed in the Puranas as being equal to all other ashrams on the planet put together. In the theosophical literature, the Nilagiris Ashram of Sage Agastya is referred to as the Ashram of Master Jupiter. Nilagiris is located in the heart centre of the planet. In the words of Master Parvathi Kumar, the Ashram at the Master Mountain at Kodanadu in the Nilagiris is said to be the true headquarters of the work relating to the Aquarian Master.”

The Master Mountain, (c) video Click on the picture to enlarge

6 Responses to “Master Mountain – A Retreat into Presence”

  1. Julie Oxford Says:

    A wonderful project!

  2. A.T.RAO Says:

    great master KPK effort through ‘ THE CIRCLE OF GOOD WILL ‘where disciple’s soul depart from the cycle of life and enters the sudarshan wheel.


  3. V v b s murthy Says:

    Thank you Sir, for the nice coverage of the unknown fact.
    It’s also a wonderful thing to create a resort within the vicinity.
    Master KPK only could do this. Such a magnificient work.
    With regards

  4. Dave Collins Says:

    Wow, that sounds amazing. It’s very exciting that this project is taking place. I would love to visit there some day.

  5. Flowers on the Wayside Says:

    Yes, it is a very beautiful place at about 2.300 m height – a thrilling ambiance.

  6. K V Ramulu Says:

    I am fortunate to hear and see the Master Mountain Video

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