World Peace Meditation Facilitator Training

WPM Support Team: Gandiva and Kali Ma

Next Facilitator Training Starts January 22

Introductory Training:
Saturday, January 22
9:00-10:30 am PT/6:00-7:30 pm CET

Practice Sessions:
Saturday, January 29

9:00-11:00 am PT/6:00-8:00 pm CET
Monday, January 31
9:00-11:00 am PT/6:00-8:00 pm CET

This training prepares you to host the WPM for others. Over three sessions of 90 minutes to two hours each, this training provides an overview of Sat Shree’s guidance for facilitators as well as opportunities to practice with a support team.


  • you have been actively studying Sat Shree’s teachings for six months
  • you feel a sincere desire to collaborate with the intention of the WPM
  • you have learned the WPM from an established WPM Facilitator or Sat Shree
  • you have practiced the WPM for 21 consecutive days to allow it to stabilize in your system (this can be completed by the end of the training)

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This training involves three parts to prepare you to host your own WPM group. Part 1 is a two-hour zoom session to review Sat Shree’s guidance on how to lead the WPM practice with others while being a pure channel.  Part 2 involves three two-hour sessions where you and two other new facilitators each host the WPM with one other to become comfortable leading the steps. WPM support team members will guide your trio’s practice. Part 3 involves individual mentor support as you take the next steps to host the WPM for ongoing or new groups.

Note: Before leading a group, facilitators must have practiced the WPM for 21 consecutive days to allow the technique to become established in one’s system.

Part 1 – Hosting a WPM Group (Zoom Session)

We will cover the basics for you to be ready to host a WPM group. Please bring whatever questions that may be emerging for you! We will experience calling in the Sat Force and invoking the Hiranyagarbhaya mantra as well as review and dialogue about these aspects:

  • Sat Shree’s guidelines for leading WPM groups
  • Review of the WPM four steps and how to teach them to people who are new to the WPM 
  • Review a typical WPM gathering
  • Next steps and Questions
  • Planning for Part 2 – WPM Trio Practice

Part 2 – WPM Trio Practice 

Sat Shree says what’s most important for new facilitators is to practice, practice, practice!  Over time, as the hosting role becomes second nature to you, your Being will step forward more fully. Detailed guidelines will be provided to support you use the practice as a learning opportunity. Generally speaking, here’s what happens in the trio practice:

  • You will host a one-hour WPM practice on Zoom for other facilitators. 
  • When it’s your turn, you will be the WPM host and send an invitation and Zoom link to the others. They will participate as if they were new to the WPM. You will have the opportunity to say why the WPM is important to you, teach the four steps, and then lead everyone in actually doing them.
  • Afterward, everyone in the trio will have a chance to share reflections on the experience and what you all are learning about facilitating the WPM.

Part 3 – Mentor Support

You will be assigned a WPM Mentor for three months. The Mentor will be available to assist you think through any aspects of being a WPM facilitator—starting a new group, teaching new people, or meeting what comes up for you in the process. Your mentor will periodically ask you to record and share WPM gatherings that you lead and will provide reflection back to you.

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