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The Ethos and Principals of The Way Back Spiritual Group

With Love at the Center

"The Way Back" is the spiritual practice and faith which teaches and promotes the spiritual guidance from the ascended masters of the Spiritual Hierarchy. The Way Back has Love as its core guiding principle. Like Love those involved in "The Way Back" are inclusive, non-judgmental, and giving. The founding enlightened teachers of the "The Way Back" are happy to work with and support anyone from any group who wishes to live a more holistic spiritual life. Attaining Enlightenment provides the potential to live a spiritually integrated life of Love. "The Way Back" teachings guide you to realize this potential.

The Core Teachings and Guiding Principles of The Way Back

The Way Back was started by several experienced Enlightened teachers under direct guidance from the Spiritual Hierarchy. The following understandings rest at the core of their teachings:

In order to become more spiritually aligned with Love a person is encouraged to embrace the qualities of

  1. Humility
  2. Gratitude
  3. Respect
  4. Non-Judgment
  5. Unconditional Love

Which are known collectively as "The Five Sacred Virtues". Adherents of The Way Back are encouraged to develop these qualities within themselves expressed in relationship to:

The Beliefs of The Way Back

There is great value in understanding beliefs, but there is greater value in transcending beliefs by experiencing for yourself the truth that they allude to. All of these "beliefs" can be and have been fully realised by many who have followed The Way Back.

  1. The Way Back recognises the existence of the human soul and human spirit as distinct aspects of a human being. Aura, meridian, chakras, mind, emotional body, etheric and other subtle vehicles make up the human experience.
  2. The Way Back recognises that the soul is on a journey over many lifetimes to raise its vibration towards Love. The soul survives death.
  3. The Way Back recognises that a spirit may undertake the spiritual journey to enlightenment through meditation on spiritual Light and Sound energy, under the guidance of a living master. Spirit is eternal.
  4. The Way Back recognises that at times there is a spiritual master on the planet who can reveal spiritual Light and Sound energy and ultimately Enlightenment.
  5. The Way Back recognises that humanity is guided by the higher spiritual beings, spiritual guides, and ascended masters of the Spiritual Hierarchy, all of which serve Divine Intelligence (God) and have Love as their guiding principle.
  6. The Way Back recognises that there are higher dimensions than the 3rd Dimension within which mankind is aware. All dimensions are created by Divine Intelligence and mankind can explore these higher dimensions via spiritual Light and Sound meditation.
  7. The Way Back recognises that through meditation, prayer and stillness a person can communicate directly with their Spiritual Guide for matters of the soul and spirit.
  8. The Way Back has at its core the belief that no man should worship another. That The Way Back is not only a system of belief but should reveal through direct experience awareness of higher spirituality and communication with Spiritual Guides. That every human has a connection to their Spiritual Guide and thus the Spiritual Hierarchy who are the servants of Divine Intelligence (God).
  9. That all people matter and that all souls are created from Love. We are one.

The Way Back Practice

The Way Back does not tell people what they should believe or enforce any strict behaviours. Each person is given complete freedom to choose what they want to do, to believe or how to act. What we describe here as "practice" is simply an example of how those who founded The Way Back practiced daily.

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