This procedure of transferring the spiritual power is termed as Shaktipaat. This procedure is not so easy as it appears. A Guru also acquires spiritual power with tenacious efforts and then accumulates it inside his body. This procedure of transfer of spiritual strength can be accomplished only by a Guru, whose intention is to uplift his disciple in every aspect, to provide him totality and to give him strength so that the disciple can emerge successful in his Sadhna and can realise the authencity of Mantra and Tantra. The disciple can also conquer his material obstacles through his divine powers and in this way can attain fulfillment in his life. Shaktipaat Diksha is one of the most powerful forms of Diksha. The Guru through His gaze or by touch of His thumb on the Third Eye of a disciple activates certain points in this part which enable the latter to gain much in the area related to that particular point. There are actually 32 subtle points on the spot known as the Third Eye on the forehead. 16 of these relate to spiritual accomplishments and 16 to material accomplishments. Very similarly there are 16 points of each in the Thumb of the Guru and by matching similar points in His thumb and on the forehead of the disciple Guru can activate all or some points and bestow specific benefits on the disciple by making some of His energy to flow into a specific point or points. Only the Guru knows well which point has to be pressed in which way so as to help the disciple gain what he wishes to. This process is actually nothing but the Guru’s method of transmitting His divine energy through the Third Eye into specific centre’s on the Kundalini of the Sadhak. Every centre of the Kundalini has special powers and if even one capability is awakened it can prove enough to make a disciple uniquely successful in life.