Freedom from Ignorance and Delusions
It is important to know yourself and the true nature of existence through the practices of self reflection and non-judgment. You must know yourself void of judgment, cultural delusion, and unwholesomeness before you can achieve awareness.
We must accept that our thoughts and actions create change. We are ultimately in control of our own lives and what we become. We must also understand that creating peace and happiness within our own souls removes suffering and betters our world.
Love and Compassion
It is of primary importance that we strive to cultivate self love in order to truly love others and spread compassion through the Universe. We can cultivate love and compassion better once we are free from delusions and judgment and then learn to accept and understand the nature of humanity through the Four Natural Truths. Then we can strive to remove negative and unwholesome thoughts and emotions towards ourselves and others.
Service to Others
It is important to realize that a life lived in service to others is most rewarding and creates in our souls self worth, purpose, and true connection. Selfish endeavors only bring suffering to ourselves and others. We must always make an effort to be generous in spirit.
Transformation of Illusions
Our world is full of illusion. Impermanence, emptiness, and oneness are realities to be pondered, accepted, and ultimately understood. We should also strive to remove unwholesomeness from our minds. What is unwholesome can be characterized by anything that creates separation and prevents the intimate connection required for humanity’s wholeness and happiness as described in the Four Natural Truths.
Meditation and Mindfulness
There is no past and no future. There is only the present in which we can transform, connect, and simply be. Mindfulness and meditation are the tools we utilize to actualize the lessons of the Dharma of the Goddess.
Understanding and Acknowledging Oneness
We are all connected as part of the ever becoming Universe. We can use meditation and connection with the natural world as a tool to understand this concept in totality. We are all divine and wholly human; perfectly imperfect as we are. But, who we are, how we behave and how we affect relationships with others can change the world for better or worse.
Responsibility of Oneness
We must first do no harm while living in balance with nature. It is our birthright and our responsibility to walk gently upon the earth and do our best to care for her creatures. It is also our birthright and our responsibility to pursue spiritual enlightenment so that we may strive to heal our spirits in order to heal others and find the intimate connection all people require for happiness and an end to suffering.