What is The Universal White Brotherhood?

‘And when I speak of the Universal White Brotherhood, I mean all those who work for the light, whatever their religious or spiritual affiliation. All who work for the good are members of the Universal White Brotherhood, and it is they who will purify the earth.’ O.M.A.


Philosopher - Pedagogue



Canadian Association



Explanation of The Name and The Logo

It is important to clarify the meaning of the word « white », which must be understood symbolically and unrelated to the skin color of any race...


Purpose of The Association

The Universal White Brotherhood of Canada is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study, dissemination and daily practice of the teaching of Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov.


What is a Spiritual Master?

True teachers must manifest in daily life the philosophy they teach. But above all, they must possess an exceptional quality : selflessness.



The history of the Canadian brotherhood dates back to the 1970s, when a group of people wished to study in depth the spiritual teaching of the Master Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov.


Photographs and videos

Enjoy these magnificent images of Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov. We hope the themes treated in these vidéo extracts will help you in your research and your spiritual development.


Virtual Tour

We invite you to a visual tour of the Domaine Blagoslovénié, center of the Canadian association of the Universal White Brotherhood.


The Development of One’s Spiritual Nature

Brotherhood associations throughout the world

Today the Master’s teaching is studied in more than thirty countries, and his books have been translated into thirty-five languages.

Brotherhood associations throughout the world

"The whole world must exist as one family. All people on earth must come to know themselves as one family, without suffering, witout borders, without war. It is for this that I work."


Daily Meditation 22 February 2003

'To be happy, human beings must learn to work with their thoughts, feelings, imagination and will, in order to prepare in the invisible for a future world of peace, harmon and light. It is this work that will bring them plenitude, and whatever happens, they will always have this work. Upheavals in society may deprive them of their usual activities, but they can carry out this inner work wherever they are, even in the most difficult conditions, even in the other world.'


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