Is for the study of Jediism. We are not a role playing group, or affiliated with Star Wars, Lucasfilms, or Disney. We are Old World spiritual beliefs with New World adaptations. We believe everyone has the right to interpret the Force however it is laid upon their hearts. Everyone also has the right to give the Force whatever name they wish. At Arkinnea Jedi Order we do not discriminate against Jedi or Grey Jedi, race, religion, or sex. There is no such thing as the light or dark side. There is only the Force and the paths each of us choose.
Aumism aims to balance body and mind, to understand oneself better, in order to better understand others, to pray for the evolution of all beings, to help humanity move forward along the path of tolerance, harmony and peace. Aumism brings science and religion back together, with realistic prospects for our common future. Aumism provides clear and practical solutions for the problems of our modern-day society, such as marital relationships, education and the future of our youth.
This Doctrine offers to solve the current moral and spiritual crisis by giving meaning to our lives and helping each other walk in Love.
It teaches us new perspectives on death, reincarnation and human psychology.
We are participants in an international internet constituency of individuals. All of us have a naturalistic worldview, free of supernatural or mystical elements. A Bright’s ethics and actions are based on a naturalistic worldview. The Brights aspire to an egalitarian civic vision. We want citizens who have a naturalistic worldview to be accepted as full participants in civil society
Former shoemaker and former fundamentalist Christian preacher John de Ruiter is a Canadian author and philosopher considered by some to be a cult guru. His new-age philosophies are marketed by his company, Oasis Edmonton Inc. The company built the Oasis Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is the home of De Ruiter’s “College of Integrated Philosophy.” De Ruiter travels around the world, conducting meetings in Denmark, Germany, India, Israel, and other countries. People also travel from around the world travel to the college in Edmonton, where they attend three-hour meetings that are conducted largely in silence, with long periods of intense gazing toward the front of the room.
Eckankar is not affiliated with any other religious group. Followers believe its purpose is to help individuals find their way back to God through direct personal spiritual experiences. The movement teaches simple spiritual exercises, such as singing “Hu”, called “a love song to God”, to experience the Light and Sound of God and recognize the presence of the Holy Spirit.
I AM Institute of Applied Metaphysics
Founder: Winifred Grace Barton
The Jedi Church believes that there is one all powerful force that binds all things in the universe together. The Jedi religion is something innate inside everyone of us, the Jedi Church believes that our sense of morality is innate. So quiet your mind and listen to the force within you!
The Kabalarian Philosophy is dedicated to share with all humanity the understanding of the natural laws of life which, if constructively applied, can create and maintain a harmonious balance between the physical body, the mind, and the universal spiritual life force within, which is a part of all forms of existence.
It teaches the relationship of Universal Reason to life, how the power of Reason becomes involved in life, and how human individuality is created through the relationship of mathematics, date of birth, language, name, and mind. Such understanding gives all people the knowledge and opportunity to create and control their own destiny, to establish good health, a constructive free mind, happiness, and to have the privilege of developing their spiritual potential to achieve individual conscious fulfilment.
The institute’s stated aim is to apply the ideas of the poet and philosopher Friedrich Schiller to what it calls the “contemporary world crisis.” The American branch of the Institute publishes a quarterly magazine, Fidelio, which it describes as a “Journal of Poetry, Science, and Statecraft.” The German branch publishes a similar magazine called Ibykus, named after Schiller’s poem “The Cranes of Ibykus.”
Since 1920, Self-Realization Fellowship (SRF) has been dedicated to carrying on the spiritual and humanitarian work of its founder, Paramahansa Yogananda, widely revered as the father of Yoga in the West.SRF is a worldwide religious organization with international headquarters in Los Angeles. As expressed in the Aims and Ideals formulated by Paramahansa Yogananda, the society seeks to foster a spirit of greater understanding and goodwill among the diverse peoples and religions of our global family, and to help those of all cultures and nationalities to realize and express more fully in their lives the beauty, nobility, and divinity of the human spirit.
The Jedi here are real people that live or lived their lives according to the principles of Jediism, the real Jedi religion or philosophy. Jedi followers, ministers and leaders embrace Jediism as a real living, breathing religion and sincerely believe in its teachings. Jediism does not base its focus on myth and fiction but on the real life issues and philosophies that are at the source of myth. Whether you want to become a Jedi, are a real Jedi looking for additional training or just interested in learning about and discussing The Force, we’re here for you.We believe in Peace, Justice, Love, Learning and Benevolence: It is unlikely that the Jedi way conflicts with other beliefs and traditions.
Here at the International Church of Jediism, we connect Jediism people of all walks of life from all genre and backgrounds to the one goal of uniting the understanding and fulfilment of life in its greatest form. You don’t have to change your religion or drop a certain belief to become a part of the International Church of Jediism. All you need is to understand and use the tools of the International Church of Jediism in your existence and you will see mass life improvement almost overnight. One day, there will be a world, in which there is no discrimination, no violence and no poverty. The Church of Jediism is focused on unifying people from all walks of life in order to achieve this goal.