Have you ever wondered about the Ascended Masters and which, if any, is helping you along your journey of self discovery and self mastery? Today we will dive into 22 Ascended Masters and what aspects of life they govern. Ascended Masters were once people, like us, who walked Earth and understands what it's like to be here and overcome the temptations to fall short of the Divine Presence we all have within. They decided to transcend this realm and ascend to higher realms. This means they cleared their souls of the Karma in which they held, transcended their reincarnation cycle and ascended to higher realms of existence.
You can think of the things they can assist you with as their areas of mastery. These were their area of concentration while they were living and they mastered this aspect of Universal Knowledge along with mastering themselves.
1. Babaji - The deathless avatar
It is believed that Babaji re-introduced the ancient science of Kriya Yoga (a tool of enlightenment) that got lost during the dark ages. His mission is to bring humanity closer to God and guide them to follow God’s will.
Assists with: breath work, yoga practice, simplifying one’s life, detaching from materiality, protection from religious persecution, clear communication with God, overcoming or reducing addictions, and cravings.
2. Buddha - The enlightened or awakened one
Buddha lived both extremes of living - as a rich prince and as a hermit.
He proposed that the key to happiness was to live “the middle way” or moderation of all things. His teachings also explained that you can find happiness through inner peace. He promotes meditation as the main form of mental training.
Assists with: inner peace, world peace, joy, balance and moderation in life, spiritual growth, compassion, tolerance, acceptance of life’s difficulties, seeing the larger picture and journey of life, and understanding.
3. Devi - The universal mother
A Hindu goddess who is believed to be the female energy of God. She can be quiet and nurturing but can also be a fierce warrior. She protects innumerable villages and blesses her devotees with fortune and success. Her most renowned victory is the slaying of a buffalo demon.
Assists with: purification of body and mind, releasing and detoxification from addictions, finding meaningfulness in life and career, feeling nurtured and protected, rebuilding the body after inner exhaustion, and all aspects of relationships.
4. Diana - Goddess of the hunt and moon
Diana is a symbol of purity and was prayed to by women who want to conceive and those who want an easy childbirth. She is said to have been tall and beautiful in appearance, often presenting herself as a young woman between the ages of 12 and 19.
Assists with: breeding of animals, pregnancy and birthing, painless childbirth, twins or multiple births, connecting with elementals, lesbian concerns, ability to maintain focus on purpose or desired outcome, and energy to go the distance.
5. El Morya - Master of God’s will
El Morya is based on an actual man named Ranbir Singh, son of the ruler of Kashmir in the 1840’s.
He is considered one of the greatest saints of the Church in his devotion to Jesus Christ. His teachings convey that without dedication to the will of God, you cannot be disciplined on any of the other rays.
Assists with: decision-making, faith, holding steadfast to your beliefs, stability, groundedness, energy and psychic protection.
6. Guinevere - Goddess of love relationships, fertility, and motherhood
Guinevere is a Celtic Triple Goddess - flower maiden, mother, and Crone. She brings fertility to the earth, prosperity, and inspiration to mortals. Her name means "white shadow.”
Assists with: finding and enhancing romantic love, women’s issues, releasing jealousy and desires for revenge, understanding the cycles of relationships, and the need for balance.
7. Jesus - Jeshua, Lord and Savior
Jesus is known as the one and only Son of God. He came to earth because of the unfathomable love of God for His creation. He lived a life in which he was tempted to sin like all other men. But he resisted the temptations of the flesh, overcame natural impulses and lived a perfect life of obedience.
Assists with: clear communication with God, Divine guidance and direction, faith issues, forgiveness, revealing the beauty within, healing of all kinds, manifestation, and miracles.
8. Kali - Black mother, most misunderstood goddess
Kali is often portrayed as a mysterious goddess of death and destruction. But she is actually a loving energy that helps free us of fear.
She only destroys that which could divert our Divine mission or keep us in bondage—just like how a mother would take away dangerous items from her children.
Assists with: determination, focus, motivation, direction, courage, protection, tenacity, finding light in the midst of darkness, bringing sacredness to difficult challenges, compassion, forgiveness, and the ability to ascend.
9. Krishna - The Divine One
In the Hindu Trinity, Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu are the three gods that oversee the life cycles on Earth. Krishna is worshipped as the eighth incarnation of Vishnu. He is often portrayed as a romantic figure and a deliverer of joy and happiness.
Assists with: romantic love, relationships, vegetarianism, gardening, purifying food, joy, and spiritual awakening
10. Quan Yin - She who hears prayers
A well-known master in Eastern divinities, Quan Yin is a beautiful Chinese goddess of mercy, compassion, and protection.
It is believed that she answers every prayer sent her way. She holds such a deep love for humanity that after achieving enlightenment, she chose to remain in human form instead of ascending to Buddhahood.
Assists with: clairvoyance, compassion, feminine grace, beauty, and power, kindness, gentleness, and sweetness toward self and others, receiving and giving love, musical abilities, protection for women and children, spiritual enlightenment and gifts, and staying centered in the midst of turmoil.
11. Kuthumi - Master psychologist and sponsor of youth
Kuthumi’s past lives include Saint Francis and Pythagoras. He founded a mystery school in Greece and taught harmonious development of the body, mind, and spirit. If you find yourself distracted from your major goals, Kuthumi can help you maintain diligence. He'll help you organize your schedule in a balanced way.
Assists with: focus, dedication to life purpose, alchemy, problem solving, higher wisdom, conscious intention, patience, manifestation of unlikely or miraculous things, and is beneficial for inventors and entrepreneurs.
12. Lakshmi - Goddess of prosperity and good fortune
Lakshmi is believed to be so beautiful that all of the gods wanted her as a wife. Her mission is to bring eternal happiness to Earth. She helps humanity find meaningful careers that can bring handsome rewards and fulfillment.
Assists with: abundance, beauty and aesthetics, happiness, finding joy in the midst of difficulties, endurance, manifesting home supplies and food, balance, and space clearing for the home.
13. Mary - Our Lady of Guadalupe, Virgin Mary
Mary, the beloved mother, made her ascension more than 2000 years ago, prior to her life with Jesus.
In the life that she made her ascension, she was a woman living a nomadic desert life. After failed attempts of finding a husband, she left her tribe to become a wanderer. She took shelter in a cave where she lived in solitude and prayer until her ascension. She then returned to give birth as the Virgin Mary, a holy vessel to carry and birth the son of God.
Assists with: adopting children, issues related to children, support for those who help children, fertility, mercy, grace, compassion, faith, miracles, and healing of all kinds.
14. Melchizedek - King of righteousness
If Mary embodies the Mother energy, Melchizedek holds the complementary Father energy.
His mission is to bring the principles of Universal Law to the one-ness of all creation. He makes himself known through our dreams and meditations. Melchizedek’s name means king of righteousness, and is in the Bible, (Genesis 14:17-24; Hebrews 5:10, 7:1). Interestingly, there is nothing of his birth or death mentioned in Genesis, which is a genealogical record.
Assists with: correcting unpleasant situations, esoteric understandings, purification, shielding against psychic attacks, therapy involving colors, enlightenment, alchemy, miracles, transformation, and manifestation.
15. Merlin - The Magician
Merlin is a great old sage-wizard, a spiritual teacher, and a psychic visionary who guided King Arthur during the 5th century.
He assists individuals in reconnecting with that special spark of magic within their being and their heart center. He wants us to use our inner wisdom to manifest positive creations.
Assists with: alchemy, crystals, Divine magic, prophecy, foresight, divination, seeing through darkness, energy work, healing, shape shifting, and time-warping.
16. Moses - The Prophet
We know Moses as the prophet called upon by God to free the slaves and lead them out of Egypt and into the promised land. He was asked to deliver the ten Commandments to the Israelites.
He encourages a positive outcome during diversity and awakens our leadership skills to step up into the Divine plan laid for us.
Assists with: interacting and negotiating with authority figures, clear communication with God, courage, faith, leadership, stability, and miracle-working.
17. St Francis - Saint Francis of Assisi, Francis Bernardone
St Francis is well-known for his connection to nature, his care for animals, and his compassion for all.
He was born into a rich family and served as a soldier as a young adult, during which time he was imprisoned. When he was in jail, he received an epiphany. He heard Jesus tell him to put aside his worldly life.
Assists with: animal communication and healing, finding a meaningful career, environmentalism, finding one's life purpose, peace, spiritual devotion, protection or transition of home, and youths trying to overcome delinquency.
18. St Germain - The Count of Saint-Germain, The Wonderman of Europe
Saint Germain is a master alchemist of the sacred fire. He bears the gift of the violet flame of freedom for world transmutation. He was a multi-talented man, a master of numerous languages, a painter, and psychic.
His forte is burning off and rekindling all that hinders the full expression of the soul into liberating light.
Assists with: alchemy, comfortably interacting with authority figures and influential people, courage, direction, life purpose, miraculous manifestations, perseverance, psychic protection, additions, and space clearing.
19. St John of God - Father of the Poor
Saint John is well-known as the patron of the mentally and physically ill, as well as the healthcare workers. He was one of the disciples of Jesus who witnessed the life of Christ and the earliest Church. He has come to help humanity heal and to draw Christ consciousness into the body.
Assists with: anxiety, depression, healing, heart ailments, hospitalizations, joy, increasing, space clearing, faith, and spiritual dedication.
20. St Therese - The Little Flower of Jesus
It is said that when Saint Therese hears a prayer, she will let you see or smell roses. For that reason, she's the patron saint of florists.
She was a Roman Catholic nun and missionary who founded the Missionaries of Charity. She received a Nobel Peace prize for her work with the poor and was canonized in 2016.
Assists with: gardening, creating a sacred space, healing all forms of illness or injury, transformation, travel, pilots and airline crews, and spiritual counseling
21. Serapis Bey - Egyptian god of the underworld, facing your inner darkness
Serapis Bey is a beloved master that disciplines us in the initiations for the ascension.
He helps people work toward spiritual enlightenment. He motivates people towards physical fitness and healthful lifestyles. He is like a spiritual fitness guru who lovingly demands the best from us.
Assists with: addictions and cravings, ascension, clear communication with God, exercise and weight-loss, peace, fulfilling destiny or prophecy, and overcoming inner torments to become positive expressions for artists, musicians, and creative endeavors.
Paramahansa Yogananda introduced the Western world to the practice of Kriya yoga, meditation, and chanting.
In his previous life in Atlantis, it is believed that he worked with those who were struggling with self-love. He helps unite and integrate cultures, motivating people to understand spirituality from both the East & the West.
Assists with: peace, unity of religious beliefs, yoga practice, clear communication with God, Divine love, and healing on all levels—spiritual, emotional, and physical.