What is ParamaJyoti ShaktiPat?
The Absolute is the Eternal, Unchanging Source of all Universes. ParamaJyoti is the Eternal Energy (also known as Krishna's Effulgence) that animates all Universes. ParamaJyoti Shaktipat is the transmission of this Eternal Energy from one person to another. Only a person established in Moksha Level 4, Brahman Consciousness or beyond, has access to the ParamaJyoti Field and can transmit ParamaJyoti Shakti.
Many people established in lesser States of Consciousness can engage in Shaktipat, but the Shakti that is transmitted is Relative Shakti from the Prana Field of this Universe. Everything in this Universe is a reflection of the corresponding quality in the Absolute. The Prana Field is a reflection of the ParamaJyoti Field. The Prana-based Shakti is a fraction of the ParamaJyoti Shakti.
Shakti of the Prana Field can, at most, eventually balance the Individual Karmic Traces. If the one transmitting the Prana Field Shakti is not established in at least Jivan Mukti (Moksha Level 1 or Cosmic Consciousness) then the Shakti will only impact the karmic traces on the physical level of the human body. So, whatever karmic traces are balanced will only bring temporary healing and relief to the physical body. In a short time, the deeper levels of karmic traces will regrow into the physical body and the effects enjoyed by the Shaktipat will be lost. This form of Prana Shaktipat is called Diksha or Reiki.
If the transmitter of Prana Shakti is established in Moksha Level 1, then the karmic traces on the physical and prana bodies are balanced and the reciepent will have longer-lasting relief, but eventually the roots of the karmic traces in the Manomaya Kosha will regenerate the karmic traces in the physical and prana bodies.
The transmitter established in Moksha Level 2 will be able to balance karmic traces in the Manomaya Kosha and effect a change that is permanent in the physical and prana bodies. But the action is on a peer-to-peer basis and is not as comprehensively effective in the Manomaya Kosha as is the Prana Shakti of the one in Moksha Level 3. Level 2 and Level 3 transmitters can help the recipient achieve Moksha.
If the transmitter is established in Moksha Level 4, then there is access to ParamaJyoti Shakti and that is unquestionably more effective than Prana-based Shakti, on an order of magnitude of 100 to 1.
The transmission of Shakti at the physical level by someone who has not achieved Moksha causes no damage to the physiology of the transmitter due to the low power of the Shakti. But after Moksha, the transmission of Shakti is damaging to the lower bodies of the transmitter. For example, one in Moksha Level 1 sustains physical body damage (which will heal in time), Moksha Level 2 sustains physical and prana body damage (which may heal, given sufficien time) and Moksha Level 3 sustains damage to the Manomaya Kosha (will probably never heal). In Moksha Level 4, someone with a physical body cannot transmit very much ParamaJyoti Shakti without destroying his/her physical body. Once the physical and prana bodies are gone, the damage sustained from transmitting ParamaJyoti Shakti is inconsequential to the subtle bodies of the transmitter.
How does the transmission of Shakti damage the lower bodies of the transmitter? It is like sending a current of electricity through a wire. The current will heat the wire due to resistance in the wire. At some level of transmission current, the wire will be destroyed - melted - by the high heat generated. However, this damage can be regulated by limiting the "amount" of Shakti transmitted. For example, some experience Shaktipat while in the audience of an enlightened person. This Shaktipat is quite weak and minimally damaging to the transmitter, however it may create a life-changing effect on the recipient. The full value of Shakti is only transmitted between Guru and disciple, in that intimate relationship near the end of the physical life of the Guru.
ParamaJyoti Shakti can instantly balance Individual Karmic Traces but must be transmitted with care and precision so as not to create undue damage to the body of the recipient.
The Need for a Guru
A Guru is required for achieving Jivan Mukti because only through the power of Shaktipat can sufficient karmic traces be balanced to allow that state to dawn. There are always a few people who come into this life with the karma for spontaneous Jivan Mukti (Ekart Tolle for example) but for the rest of us, we must have a Guru. The Guru must be at least at the Moksha Level 2 stage to be able to properly apply sufficient Shaktipat for fast and relatively comfortable progress.
For the seeker after Jivan Mukti, the body is like a burning house - you must achieve Jivan Mukti before the body dies. The Guru will judiciously apply Shaktipat like spraying water on the fire to slow down the progress of aging and speed up the balancing of karmic traces to achieve the Goal before the body is gone. And, this must be accomplished with the least detriment to the Guru's body. Usually, the Guru near the end of his life will select two or three qualified devotees who live in the Ashram and can be monitored on a daily basis. Everytime the Guru gives Shaktipat to a disciple, his body will be weakened and damaged. These individuals will achieve Jivan Mukti just as the body of the Guru is finished.
The Guru who is transmitting Shakti has two purposes: 1) balancing of karmic traces in such a way as to efficiently open up the recipient to Jivan Mukti at the earliest opportunity and 2) allowing the temporary experience of some Level of Moksha for encouragement and motivation of the person's ego.
Jivan Mukti (Moksha Level 1 or Cosmic Consciousness) can be experienced well ahead of balancing all karmic traces by judiciously balancing karmic traces that open up the awareness to the Divine Karmic Traces with the sustained experience of Being the Silent Witness. It is like boring a tunnel through the mountain ranges of karma. When the tunnel reaches the "other side" where the Divine Karmic Traces are uncovered, then the individual is able to maintain Being the Silent Witness 24 hours a day. If the individual continues sadhana and continues widening the "tunnel" then the Moksha will progress to Level 2 and Level 3 and eventually Level 4 is achieved when the mountain range has been mostly leveled.
At Moksha Level 4, one is Videha Mukti and also when living in the Celestial Realms after the end of physical life, Videha Mukti can dawn.
Sahasra Sirsha Brahma Acharyadevatas
In the world today there are fewer than 800 individuals who could qualify as the Guru for the Blessing of Shaktipat. Among these, there are perhaps only one or two that are at the Brahman Consciousness stage of Self-Realization that are capable of ParamaJyoti Shaktipat. But in the Celestial Realms are the many Ascended Masters - those who have achieved Jivan Mukti in their last human life on Earth, who have attained Brahman Consciousness. One thousand of these Brahman Consciousness Ascended Masters have volunteered to become the Gurus of one thousand human beings on Earth. These are the Sahasra Sirsha Brahma Acharyadevatas. They have a test of sincerity and qualification which involves the attendance of 162 SSB Meditations and 30 Doctor of Divinity in Brahman Consciousness Knowledge Meetings.
What is the Sahasra Sirsha Brahma Meditation?
This whole project actually began 5,050 years ago when Krishna was leaving His Incarnation after 150 years on Earth. He stated that in about 5,000 years (that would be now) there will come a big transformation of the human race and most people on Earth would perish. But some would remain and those people would then regenerate the human population and live in a Golden Age lasts for 10,000 years. In 1975, Maharishi noticed the Dawn of the Age of Enlightenment ("through the window of science") and declared humanity would see a 10,000 year period of Heaven on Earth.
Since the end of 2012, the Ascended Masters of the Celestial Realms have been implementing a plan to raise all of Humanity into the 5th Dimension (the Celestial Realms or Heaven on Earth) as an antidote to the out-of-control dominance, chaos and destruction that is being foisted upon Humanity by the governments of the world.
What is needed is a core group of 1,000 meditators to create the energy patterns in the 3-D physical world to meet with the energy patterns being sent to us from the Celestial world (5th Dimension) and cause a massive Emergence Event that will rapidly transform our world into Heaven on Earth for all of (remaining) Humanity.
The Ascended Masters have provided the Sahasra Sirsha Brahma Meditation to create the energy patterns required for the Emergence Event. They say the date of this Emergence Event can be predicted - it will come when we have at least 1,000 SSB Meditators participating in daily SSB Meditations for a period of at least 120 days.
In addition, the SSB meditation provides enormous benefits to participants, the foremost of which is Jivan Mukti through Videha Mukti is the objective for every meditator. What is the purpose of human existence? Jivan Mukti, or otherwise known as Enlightenment, Cosmic Consciousness, or Moksha Level 1. This event in life signals the end to the repetitive cycle of birth and death in human and four million other life forms - all propeled by karma.
To balance sufficient karmic traces to allow the experience of Jivan Mukti requires Absolute Shaktipat administered at the precise right moments. This requires the dedicated attention of one's Guru who has achieved Videha Mukti (Brahman Consciousness). This is where the Acharyadevatas come in, to take responsibility for each SSB meditator attaining first Jivan Mukti then eventually Videha Mukti.