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Doctrine

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Submitted by LoneBear on Fri, 02/14/2014 - 18:51

The doctrine of the monastic order is simple: to act as a spiritual catalyst to help others along the path they have chosen. What that means is we do not push, promote or attempt to “convert” anyone from one path to another—we provide the tools, techniques and resources to help a person find the path that is best suited for their own connection with the spirit and to find the path to a higher, ethical existence—if that be God, Ascension, or “other,” it makes no difference. Any path that leads to higher, ethical and spiritual consciousness is the right choice, and it is up to us to assist where we can on the path.

  1. The aim of the monastery is to promote individual consciousness, resulting in a spiritual connection and ethical lifestyle.
  2. The basic doctrine is that of Stewardship. We accept that we are caretakers of this world, and it is up to us to do what we can to make it a better place for ALL life (not just humanity).
  3. The code of the monastery is from chivalry: duty, honor and responsibility.