As an Aaiyyanist it is your duty to aid as many people as possible using your wisdom as an Aaiyyanist. When you first become an Aaiyyanist you should have been taught how to heal others, how to aid people spiritually, how to call on entities to guide you, how to project yourself to other realms and many other spiritual techniques – all using the Dravidian symbols that bring a specific Loka or Tala closer to our dimension.
When you first learn the techniques, it is like beginning to read or write. Only through practise can your spiritual power and resonant mind energy increase. So once you learn the techniques (say for healing), you must practise being a healer. Treat as many people as possible, and do it on a daily basis.By practising these spiritual techniques, you will become stronger and more resonantly aligned with the Lokas or Talas that you are trying to open, until eventually it will be second nature.
Most Aaiyyanists charge nothing for their service as (from the words of Guru Sivian) ‘they exist in the spiritual plane, not the material one’. We do however live in the material world, so we should not condemn others who do charge for their service as they may need support to feed their families.
Most traditional Aaiyyanists learn these ancient techniques from an early age and practise them daily so as to build their strength up. Now that the Aaiyyan World Foundation have opened its doors to non Aaiyyanists for the first time, we have noticed that many people are learning the techniques, but not putting their knowledge into practise.
You cannot learn how to walk by reading a book, you must walk, keep walking even if you stumble and fall – until eventually you will be able to run and climb the highest mountains. Similarly with Aaiyyanism. You can read the healing techniques, how to open various Lokas to aid people and bring them good fortune in wealth, love and spirituality etc… but unless you actually do it – you will have learnt nothing.
As Guru Savvaayaian said many centuries ago and has been repeated in various forms since: ‘Aaiyyanism is vocational, the more people we aid the better it is for both the Aaiyyanist and the person we aid. It is a Karmic duty that can help us break the Karmic cycle’.
So, how should you lead your life as an Aaiyyanist. Simply heal and aid everyone you meet. Not only will this help others but it will help you also. Once your power increases (and it will increase), you will find that people will start to seek you out until you will have so many requests for aid that you will not be able grant them all.
Many Aaiyyanists have very long waiting lists (some almost a year long). We know that there is a deluge of people out there looking for help. One of the initial reasons the Aaiyyan World Foundation opened its doors to outsiders (or to people who were Aaiyyanists in a previous life, but had somehow been born to a non Aaiyyanist background), was that the waiting list to be seen by existing Aaiyyanists was so long. There were many people who did not get the help they needed at the time when they needed it.
By teaching these techniques widely, we believe that many people can be helped, which in turn helps us and ultimately helps all of humanity.