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The Path

We believe following this path can relieve our members and others from their emotional suffering.  These are the 8 steps to cultivating a paradise on earth.

     Luke 17:21  nor will people say, 'Here it is,' or 'There it is,' because the kingdom of God is in your midst.”

     "What you are is what you have been. What you’ll be is what you do now."  - Buddha

Right View - Being in the now and being aware of your surroundings.  No worries for tomorrow or yesterday.  Being thankful for everything in your life, no matter how small.

Right Intention - Following a life of ethical conduct, and self improvement.  Eat healthy food with the desire to become healthier and love your brothers and sisters with compassion and understanding.  Remain positive in all situations and leave negativity at the door.

Right Speech - Speaking without offending others with empathy, and teaching others the path to self improvement.  Always give strength to positive speaking.  Never speak negatively, or disrespectfully.

Right Action - Always do the ethical thing in life, like giving of yourself as well charitably.  Giving of yourself by lending an ear, hug, listening and kind deed is the best way of giving.

Right Livelihood - Never do work that is illegal or unethical.

Right Effort - Controlling ones negative emotions.  Do not cling to your negative emotions and always stay calm in every situation.  Think a way out of your emotions.  Do not cling to attachments towards possessions or people.

Right Concentration - Practice correct methods of meditation.  Be good to your mind and body.  Do not waste thoughts on nonsense.  Have daily thoughts of thankfulness and appreciation for life and nature.

Right Mindfulness - Always be considerate to others while being companionate and sympathetic.  Be aware of peoples feelings.  Do not give in to cravings and desires that do not benefit your life or lives of your brothers and sisters.  Realize that no person is perfect, and for this reason we do not judge or find fault in others.
If further explanations are needed speak to a counsel of ravens member of the organization.
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