Our culture knows a good deal about religion, and little of spirituality. Meditation brings a strong emphasis on the mental and spiritual state of the practitioner. The rationalizing and calculating functions of the mind are transferred to a higher vibration so that the mind and body can react immediately and in unison to an outside influence. It is the completion of a thought without being seen by naked eyes. It’s the time that one can learns to be an empty vessel, within which ideas can be formed as the relevant clue to an unknown location, event, object, person, or concept.

These ideas are not connected to any personal desires, wants, issues, beliefs, or structures that may already exist within us. It points to consciousness as the ultimate time-machine and the mind as the gateway to human creativity. It also establishes our own clear responsibility for the design of our future. A master can actually tap into the collective unconscious that connects everything and everyone in the universe.

That is the divine habit practiced since childhood and physically called the perfect symbiosis between mind and target. The traditional and original religion of Japan Shinto literally means it “the way of kami,” and kami means “mystical.” It is not a system of ideas, meta-physics, or religion. It is even less endowed with dogma, belief, vows, or symbols than the rest. The mastery of this way in the past has been called clairvoyance, prophecy, or soothsaying.

The 20th century confirmed its existence. Remote viewing is simply using psychic ability to obtain information. Ordinary people can’t learn to do what “psychics” do. Together with a huge commitment and a highly disciplined mind it requires a good heart. All the books published on the Amazon website said nothing about this truth but contradicted in stating opposite viewpoints. “This book teaches you how to teach yourself.” “These books can provide a comprehensive training program as well as important chapters on the ethics, protocol, and applications of remote viewing.

Meanwhile, religion almost invariably becomes corrupted to various degrees by politics and other mundane factors and can end up creating more psychological and social problems than it solves. All human institutions or religion has got no monopoly any more on Earth. Human mind is being controlled in a more offensive way. We can’t find or create enough meaning in our Universe. We go for an insatiable greed for material things.  It is now distracting us enough so we don’t feel the pain of living in a meaningless world. It makes us not feel part of something greater.

Formal religion is not a vital force in many modern people’s life. We practice a kind of dogmatic and hidden “religion” that investigators call conspiracy – a belief system masquerading as science that claims only what is material is real; all spiritual or religious ideas and experiences are impossible and crazy; and they will be stamped out if humanity is in progress.


Ministry: the work or vocation of a minister of religion

Clergy: the body of all people ordained for religious duties, especially in the Christian Church

Cloth: the clergy; the clerical profession

Spirituality: the quality of being concerned with the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things

Priesthood: the office or position of a priest; priests in general

Clerics: a priest or religious leader, especially a Christian or Muslim one.

Priests: an ordained minister of the Catholic, Orthodox, or Anglican Church having the authority to perform certain rites and administer certain sacraments.

Prelacy: the government of the Christian Church by clerics of high social rank and power

Pulpit: religious teaching as expressed in sermons; preachers collectively

Vicarage: the residence of a vicar

Clericals: a person or a party advocating the power or influence of the church in politics, government, etc. A person who does clerical work; office worker

Piousness: having or showing a dutiful spirit of reverence for God or an earnest wish to fulfill religious obligations.

Holiness: a title given to the Pope, Orthodox patriarchs, and the Dalai Lama, or used in addressing them

Religiosity: strong religious feeling or belief.

Religiousness: having or showing belief in and reverence for God or a deity.

Devoutness: the quality of believing strongly in a religion and obeying all its rules or principles

Conclave: (in the Roman Catholic Church) the assembly of cardinals for the election of a pope

Pastorate: the office or period of office of a pastor

Cardinalate: the office, rank, or dignity of a cardinal.

Rabbinate: the position or tenure of office of a rabbi

Diaconate: the office of deacon, or a person’s tenure of it

Canonry: the office or benefice of a canon

Deaconry: a chapel in the city of Rome under the care of a cardinal deacon

Canonicate: the office of a canon

Women of God: A woman who is devout in her belief in God.

Man of God: a clergyman

Lords spiritual: the bishops in the House of Lords

Holy order: the sacrament or rite of ordination as a member of the Christian clergy, especially in the grades of bishop, priest, or deacon

First estate: the first of the traditional political estates specifically : clergy

Clergyman: a male priest, minister, or religious leader, especially a Christian one

Churchman: a male member of the Christian clergy or of a Church.

Churchwoman: a female member of the Christian clergy or of a Church.

Churchperson: a member of the clergy

Clergywoman: a female priest, minister, or religious leader, especially a Christian one

The cloth: the clergy; the clerical profession

The priesthood: the office or position of a priest





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