The sacred ceremony sets into motion a cosmic energy that returns exponentially more powerfully to the mother or father. This energy connects like a ray of the sun with the divine heart of the father/mother—and from his/her divine heart, this is passed on to the sponsor (son or daughter), who will also experience many blessings for the coming year.
Sai Maa’s Energetic Work
H.H. Sai Maa’s energetic work with these Yagyas is deep and intense. Maa works with the abuse and trauma the mothers and fathers carry, as well as clearing hurts in the relationship between parent and child. Maa also works with souls of deceased parents, serving the souls to evolve to higher dimensions.
It is a rare opportunity to have an enlightened energy master offer this energetic work to uplift the energy of our mothers and fathers, and to so serve the evolution of their soul in this way.
At the time of registration, the sponsor will receive a link in the confirmation email which may be shared with the mother or father recipient. This will link to an announcement of the gift of the yagya, have an explanation of the yagya, contain a slideshow of sacred fire ceremonies, and provide additional information about the Mother’s Day or Father’s Day yagya.
~ What are yagyas and how are they performed?
Yagyas are an ancient Vedic science that have been practiced for thousands of years in India. Pundits (priests) chant mantras (sacred sounds) while making offerings into a fire. These different chants and offerings achieve specific outcomes.
~ Is there anything the mother or father needs to do before, during, or after the yagya?
The mother or father will receive the blessings of this yagya simply by having her/his name registered.
~ May a mother’s yagya be sponsored for a pregnant woman?
The child must be born in order to be named as a sponsor.
~ May we sponsor a mother or father who is not our own mother/father?
This is a yagya for mothers/fathers sponsored by their sons/daughters. You may gift this yagya to a parent and their child. During registration you will provide the name of the mother or father and the name of the son or daughter. Each individual parent/child relationship denotes one sponsorship.
~ Is there any age restriction of the son or daughter sponsoring the yagya?
The son or daughter may be any age. Note, the child must be born, not in utero.
~ May we sponsor our grandmother or grandfather?
The focus will be to sponsor your own mother and father and/or to gift yagyas for other sons and daughters and his/her parent, who may not have the means or inclination to do so.
~ What if two or more siblings want to gift their mother or father a yagya? Can siblings go in together on a sponsorship or are these separate sponsorships?
These will be separate registrations. The act of sponsoring is part of the yagya, and therefore each sibling will register as a separate sponsorship for his or her mother or father.