philosophy


We can achieve optimum balance and alignment with our life's work and purpose when the heart is purified, the mind is quieted, and the soul is revived. Through an integral and multi-faceted approach that encompasses body, mind, and spirit, each scope aims to synthesize the connections, focusing on uplifting and expanding our human potential, consciousness, and ultimate Self-realization.

The emphasis is laid on upright thinking, loving aspiration, and pure, clean living. Only thus can the creative work we were meant to do be carried forward with safety, and only thus can the subjective thought-form pass downward into objective manifestation, and be a constructive agent on the plane of human existence.

THE THREE PILLARS:
Nourish the Body (pure clean living
Nurture the Mind (right thinking
Engage the Spirit (loving desire toward creativity and proactivity)

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NOURISH THE BODY

Health, along with Freedom and Truth, are your natural birthright. The saying that the greatest wealth is health signifies that good health is the most valuable possession you could possibly have. Our unique constitution and ability to rejuvenate and heal from within allows us to restore our body’s natural state of health and vitality. 

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NURTURE THE MIND

Just like the body is our most valuable possession, the mind is our greatest vehicle for change. Only when we purify our minds can we wipe the dust off the mirror of our heart to reflect the shine and brilliance of a pure diamond. Nothing can ever darken the path of a pure heart and a pure mind, which remains invincible like a diamond

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ENGAGE THE SPIRIT

Spiritual growth and service are inseparably linked. In all that we do, it is important to think of our spiritual work in relation to our living in the world and our life of service. One particular aspect of service, in which all of us are engaged, is the task of establishing right human relations. Relationships sum up the whole story of understanding our role in life.