Te Ching The
Way of The Buddha
Confucius, Mo-tzu, and Mencius
||Recognition of these Theosophic
principles is possible through gradual development of the
faculty of understanding (by unselfish service to mankind
combined with esoteric study). These principles can be found in
the literature of many religions, especially the mystical
sections, e.g. Sufism, Gnosis, ancient Kabbalah, certain parts
of Buddhism, Hinduism, etc, as well in old myths.
Supreme Law Of Resonance(Dinu Roman)
Law of Action followed by Reaction (Dinu Roman)
Body & Soul Network
||"Veda" means knowledge,
vedic culture means the spiritually aware society. And "dharma",
as the meaning of life, the way to live the existance on Earth.
Spiritual Awareness Now
is foremost a personal experience with God, your innermost
truth. The intimacy you might experience superceeds all beliefs
and identities and therefore is not necessarly based on a
religion, quite the contrary: mystics in ancient times started
religious groups, cults, which some of them turned out to be
major religious movements, such as Christianity and Islam.