The True Religion
The Gnosticism that the “Nordic Pontificate” (NPA) and the International Association for Total Human Culture (AIC) stand for is spirituality – higher qualitative soul-related consciousness. This characterizes the earthly man who is part of the New Age “The Golden Age”. This event occurred in connection with the winter solstice on December 21-23, 2012, when our solar system and planet Earth had completed their approximately 26,000-year cycle and crossed the equatorial line of our galaxy and entered a giant photon belt emanating from the Central Universe, The central sun “Alcyone” in the Pleiadian star system.
Spirituality has to do with higher qualitative Soul Consciousness, “self-consciousness”.
As time went by and with changing social values, the basic spiritual teachings were added extra rules and rituals, which eventually took the form of a mind-influenced formal religion without spiritual pursuit.
The core of the Nordic Pontificate and the AIC doctrine and teachings is a belief that there is a spiritual purpose in human life – to experience the divinity of God that lives in us all regardless of race, gender, or national affiliation. It is through this experience that we will realize the truth of the concept that there is only one God and divinity which is omnipresent. This constitutes the Creative Power, the life force in all life. In our innermost being we all express this love in the same way as the drop of the ocean.
The central point in the AIC doctrine is a spiritual trained and evolved teacher who explains the purpose of life and guides and instructs those who are interested in metaphysics – “Life Science”.
By performing a guided meditation exercise that is focused on the forehead region according to the teacher’s instructions, individuals can experience God’s presence in themselves. It is a solitary practice that is done in quietude in one’s own home.
Members commit to a way of life that supports spiritual growth while fulfilling their responsibilities to family, friends, and society. There are no rituals, ceremonies, hierarchies. There are also no mandatory meetings. Members do not have to give up their cultural identities or religious preferences to follow this path.
To build on the primary spiritual practice of meditation, members are vegetarians, abstain from alcohol, tobacco, and recreational drugs and are expected to lead a life of high moral values. A vegetarian diet encourages respect and empathy for all life and acknowledges that there is a karma “debt” to pay for unnecessary kills. Today you don’t have to consume meat that man had to feed on in his previous lives.
To abstain from intoxicants improves the ability to concentrate and calms the mind during meditation. Members are encouraged to be self-sufficient (supporting) and not be a burden to society. They are free to make their own choices in life and maintain any cultural or religious connections they choose. We in AIC and NPA do not interfere in the personal lives of members.
Inherent in the philosophy of society is the importance of voluntary work, which means selfless service. Voluntary services are the backbone of all activities linked to AIC and NPA. All administrative functions, newsletters and translations of books and journals explaining the teachings are done by interested parties on a voluntary basis.
Mahatma Gandhi embodied the importance of service in his statement; The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
Man through service loses his sense of self-worth and becomes humble. It is the foundation of a spiritual life. By losing the EGO, one finds oneself, one’s true identity.