Prosveta New Zealand 

The works of Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov offer practical spirituality for the coming new era.

Our aim at Prosveta New Zealand is to promote and distribute his works in our part of the world. 

The books have been edited and  translated  from the original spoken lectures, imported and distributed throughout New Zealand by active disciples of Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov on a non profit making basis.

Please contact us if you would like further information about his spiritual  teaching or if you would like to help promote or distribute these books



Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov (1900-1986) was born in Bulgaria. In 1917, he met his Spiritual Master, Peter Deunov (1864-1944), and studied with him for twenty years. In 1937, mandated by his Master to spread his spiritual teaching, Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov settled in France, where he gave thousands of free public talks until his death almost fifty years later.

For Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov, what is essential in life is the way we live. Great knowledge of life and human nature has no real meaning unless we can put our know-how into practice in our everyday life. To help us attain the high ideal he puts before us, he gives us powerful tools which are both simple and effective and which enable us to develop new and better ways to face up to life's difficulties.

With clarity of expression, he tells us how we can improve the way we think, eat, breathe, love, conceive and bring children into the world; how to help others and ourselves. He also addresses subjects such as how to form a universal fraternity, the future of humanity, the family, the relationship between men and women, love and sexuality, the education

'The idea of brotherhood, for which we are working, is still like a newborn child. I am talking to the entire universe about this child who wants to grow, to learn how to walk, to be educated. I know all its needs; my constant concern is to ensure it lives and grows. I have no other work, and I have to be so vigilant!'

This idea of brotherhood, it is that and that alone which has the power to bring peace in the world. I came to be with you here to achieve an ideal of fraternal life which will serve as an example for the future… to bring a model of collective, fraternal life, where each individual will consciously accept a kind of magnificent servitude in order to reach another kind of freedom, which is truer, deeper, that of their higher self.