Welcome to the SpiritWiki
The SpiritWiki is intended to provide the theoretical foundation for a modern syncretic spirituality, and a spirituality sophisticated science of human life. The SpiritWiki is as much theoretical foundation as it is a portal to Awakening, Activation, and Ascension (a.k.a. Transcendence). In the context of Transcendence, The SpiritWiki is a repository of Right Knowledge offered, in this free an open manner, so that individuals may establish Right Thinking, Right Environment, and Right Action thereby moving themselves, and this planet, towards transformation.
The SpiritWiki is written like on online hyper-text-book. To begin your journey, simply enter in through one of the "Top Nodes" (listed below) and burrow your way down from there.
The Physical Unit: The Physical Unit (PU) refers to the physical body or (more technically correct) the “container” for incarnated Monadic Consciousness. The Physical Unit is the sum total of all structures and mechanisms of the physical body. This includes the mental functions of the parabolic physical brain as it focuses, reflect, and directs monadic consciousness.
Consciousness: Consciousness is the root of all things (Sharp, 2006). Consciousness is the fundamental reality of this universe. Consciousness is awareness, compassion, power, and light. Consciousness is what your Physical Unit was designed to contain.
Pathology: The human physical unit is resilient, however it is not indestructible. Pathology occurs as a result of Neglect, Assault, and [[Needs|needs] deprivation. Pathology undermines function, prevents connection, and is the foundation of human Disease
Purpose: Purpose is what you want to do. Although current conditions on this planet are designed to obscure and corrupt purpose, the true purpose of consciousness can be easily defined. Your purpose is to create a universe where Consciousness can dance, sing, and have fun for ever and ever, amen (Sharp, 2006).
To contribute to the SpiritWiki, please register an account. Please provide some evidence of expertise, and please provide a brief statement of what you would contribute (original research, article expansion based on available research, etc.), and include a recent copy of your CV.