The emergence of Maitreya the World Teacher

Many now expect the return of their awaited Teacher, whether they call him the Christ, the Messiah, the fifth Buddha, Krishna, or the Imam Mahdi. Millions now know that the one who fulfils all these expectations, Maitreya, the World Teacher, is already living among us and is gradually emerging into full public recognition.

Preferring to be known simply as the Teacher, Maitreya has not come as a religious leader, or to found a new religion, but as an educator in the broadest sense, a teacher and guide for all people irrespective of background or belief. Together with the Masters of Wisdom, He is here to show us how to solve our most critical global problems.

At this time of great political, economic and social crisis, Maitreya will inspire humanity to see itself as one family and create a civilization based on sharing, economic and social justice, and global cooperation.

Latest edition highlights: March 2023
  • The Master —: Sharing for peace
  • Robert C.Hinkley: Good news! We can bend the corporations to our will
  • Alexander Douwes Dekker: Synthesis and Brotherhood — An esoteric approach to history and psychology (Part Two)
  • Cher Gilmore: US environmental progress and challenges
  • Océane Blavot, Rodolfo Bejarano and Mae Buenaventura: Down with Public-Private partnerships — up with a future that is public
  • Jeane Manning: Rachel Carson inspires today‘s frontier science researchers
  • Jason Francis: “Pulling back the veil on shared death experiences” (Part Two) — Interview with William Peters

Share International magazine brings together two major directions of contemporary thought ― the political and the spiritual. It shows the synthesis underlying the political, social, economic and spiritual changes now occurring on a worldwide scale and seeks to stimulate practical action to rebuild our world along more just and compassionate lines.

Share International covers news, events, and comments bearing on the priorities of Maitreya, the World Teacher: an adequate supply of the right food; appropriate housing for all; health care and education as universal rights; and the maintenance of ecological balance in the world.