Wayism is the worldview that helps advanced souls understand not only the purpose of life but also how our minds, souls, and spirits work—and how best to care for each.
You exist for a reason, and your ancient soul has a fascinating history now coming to fruition. Life on Earth is our school, and you are destined for a wonderful and exciting life in the hereafter.
Saturday, 11 June 2016
History of Wayism in 4 short paragraphs
Wayism is the spiritual lifestyle Path that combines mystical Knowledge, Spiritual Awareness, a Benevolent mind and a Lifestyle of Healing and Happiness.
The earliest traces of Wayist philosophy are seen in ancient times in the Vedic era (almost 4,000 years ago) when philosophers realized that the ONE is unnameable and omnipresent. The Vedic line,
TAT TVAM ASI (thou art That)
lead the way in the new realization of rational people broke who with polytheism and animism. In the later Upanishadic era of +/-800BCE, the philosophy was refined. Therefore, during the 500BCE era, humankind was blessed with the Platonic schools in the West, Siddhartha Gautama (who became a Buddha after enlightenment) in India, and LaoTzi from China explaining core principles that became a hallmark of 1st century Wayism as expounded by Jesus.
It was not until the 1st century that the philosophy of The Way came to full bloom in West and East as a an alternative lifestyle. During this era, Jesus went about from Egypt to India to teach The Way. The Way that flows from the One (or the THAT), that is omnibenevolent, within which all natural and metaphysical Laws rest to manage affairs in creation. He taught of our spiritual Father in Heaven (who is a the most advanced spiritual creature known to humankind), and of the heavenly place where we will continue our existence after we graduate from this school on Earth--that is after we learn the lessons of Compassion and living lives of Loving-kindness. The Bhagavad Gita (Hindu) and several Mahayana (Buddhist) schools embraced the teaching of The Way of compassion, the way of equality for women and the salvation from samsara (the cycle of perpetual reincarnation) for all sentient beings.
Before the end of the 1st century, the immense spiritual presence of the Lord was enshrined in the new Sanskrit book, the Lotus Sutra, wherein He was entitled, Avalokiteshvara - the Lord who looks down from heaven and hears/sees the troubles of all sentient beings. Avalokiteshvara's message of our Father in Heaven and of Compassion, equality and salvation for all beings spread worldwide. Avalokiteshvara is translated to Chinese as Quanyin, Kannon in Japanese. Today, more than 2 billion people in the world look up to this spiritual presence among us.
Wayism was a force that brought about reforms in the great religions of its time. Christianity came from Judaism, based on the philosophy of The Way, and so did Mahayana reform Buddhism, and the Bhakti Tradition come from Hinduism. Besides those who self-identify as Wayists in the ancient tradition, outside of organized religion. Wayists are also found within Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism and Daoism. Wayism is the core upon which several organized religions built their empires. During the past few decades, Wayism came to feature as an alternative Path, an alternative spiritual lifestyle, in answer to the dissatisfactions in the religions of today.