In 1875, a group of mysterious beings, secluded in the hidden recesses of the Himalayas, began an experiment of momentous impact: to reveal the existence of the Masters of Wisdom and their teachings to the world. They started a revolution in spirituality that reverberates around the world to this day.
El Morya and Kuthumi were the best-known spokesmen for the Great White Brotherhood at that time. From their lives and teachings in the late nineteenth century—just before they ascended— we can glean tremendous insights about the path of adeptship and how they trained their chelas. But the story of the adepts does not stop there. They continue to teach us today, and they urge us to follow in their footsteps and become adepts ourselves—because the world needs it! So what does it take, and where do we start? Attend this seminar and find out!
• The spiritual path seen through the eyes of the Eastern adepts El Morya and Kuthumi
• Methods and stages of initiation, taken from Elizabeth Clare Prophet’s “Darshan with the Messenger” series
• Teachings by Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet on The Mahatma Letters, the Bhagavad Gita, mindfulness, and the guru-chela relationship
• Dictations on adeptship by Saint Germain, El Morya, Mother Mary, Gautama Buddha and Lord Maitreya
• Step-by-step meditation and visualization training
• An exploration of critical pitfalls on the path
• A group project on world service
Mercure Ballarat Hotel and Convention Centre is an upscale hotel and conference venue, set amongst three hectares of beautifully manicured gardens, complete with its own ornamental lake. Conveniently located just 75 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, Mercure Ballarat is situated opposite the multi-award winning Sovereign Hill, with close proximity to the historic centre of Ballarat.
We will have twin and single rooms available this year. All have views overlooking the Courtyard’s stunning gardens and bushland, each room boasts direct ground floor access, quality furnishings and traditional décor. There is free parking generally available directly in front of your room. See the registration section for more details including costing
During your stay at Mercure you can take advantage of the beautiful serene setting that surrounds you and access the pool, jogging track and spa. There are squash and tennis courts next door available for hire at a modest fee.
613 Main Rd, Golden Point VIC 3350
The Mews Apartments: Located on the same grounds, and for those seeking to self-cater, these 2 bedroom apartments all have fully equipped kitchens. Availability is limited http://www.ballaratmews.com.au/
Within 10mins drive of the conference centre there are a number of choices.
Big4 Ballarat Goldfields Holiday Park
03 5330 8000
Pricing varies from $308.00 for an unpowered site to $895.00 for a studio cabin. All options sleep up to 6. Prices may vary according to availability and the time of the year, so book early.
Eureka Stockade Caravan Park
03 5331 2281
For those self catering for dinner and/or lunch there are many restaurants close by as well as delivery services for pizza, chinese etc.
Weather in Ballarat:
January Temperatures in Ballarat range from 21c – 40c with occasional rain and the possibility of cool evenings of 10 -13c. Due to its altitude it is generally cooler than Melbourne especially at night.
What to bring: sun hat, sun glasses, sun screen, swimming attire & towel, and your umbrella.
We will not be booking buses this year as there are regular shuttles from Tullamarine Airport to Ballarat.
Bookings can be made on the day at least 2 1/2 hours before departure. Shuttle departs Tullamarine 7 times a day on weekends between 6:05AM and 7:25PM. The downloads folder has an up to date schedule to view, download or print.
The shuttle services travel through a series of small towns along the way before arriving at the Ballarat railway station. Travel time is about 1 1/2 hours. You will then need to call a taxi to take you to the Mercure Ballarat Hotel & Conference Centre, 613 Main Rd, Ballarat, 3350.
We may also be able to give you a lift depending on who is around and free to make a run into town.
Ph: 03 5333 4181
If driving by car, you will travel on the Western Freeway/M8 from Melbourne.
We have to give the venue final numbers on the rooms by the middle of December so the early bird cutoff for registration has been pushed back to Dec 31st 2016 this year so you can prioritise your payments for food and accommodation. Remember every delegate needs to book a seminar registration along with their food and accommodation.
If staying off-site or at the Mews apartments you MUST choose one of the conference packages to go with your seminar registration.
Children 15 years and younger stay free (including breakfast). Lunch and/or Dinner are extra with the added option of Adult dinners.
Those 16 yrs and older pay full adult fees.
Make your selection from the products to the right and proceed to checkout.
Credit Card, PayPal, EFT or Cheque.
We have implemented an automated lay-by option via PayPal this year (If you don’t already have a PayPal account you will need to create one) or you can make regular payments via EFT, Cheque or using the self service payment forms for credit card of PayPal.
If you have any questions then call us or drop us a note below.
Child/Teen Meal Options$ 0.00–$ 518.00 Select options
Day Visitors – SU registration + conference package NO Lunch$ 525.00–$ 555.00 Select options
Day Visitors – SU Registration + conference package with lunch$ 747.00–$ 777.00 Select options
Single Room$ 1,288.00–$ 1,825.00 Select options
Summit University 2017 Concession$ 280.00 Add to basket
Twin Share$ 836.50–$ 1,373.50 Select options
Summit University 2017 Registration
$ 350.00Add to basket
Mews Apartments – (self catering) 2-4 persons$ 1,540.00 Select options
Downloads for Summit University 2017FLYER and SITE MAP
AIRPORT SHUTTLE BUS SCHEDULE
PDF and ONLINE versions of the MAHATMA LETTERS (recommended reading)
Flyer and Registration form. You are free to download it and pass around and/or print it out.