“Barefooted and naked of breast,
I mingle with the people of the world.
My clothes are ragged and dust-laden,
and I am ever blissful.
I use no magic to extend my life;
Now, before me, the dead trees
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Ajah Dharma is a tradition of wisdom, mainly drawing from eastern sources. During this auspicious and unprecedented time of Spiritual Awakening on our planet, we unite as a community, heart to heart, soul to soul in ceremony aligning with the Divine Consciousness of Unity. Ajah recognizes the unity of all, Ajah understands that seperation is an illusion that causes all suffering.
the Ajah understands this and thus chooses to be the observer of life instead of the doer of change…..
Ajah equates God with ‘everything’ as god is absolute.
Ajah is rooted in eastern philosophy but freely mixes anything pleasant from any religion as the Ajah considers all religions are true from differant points of view.
“To bring back the natural harmony that humans once enjoyed.
To save the planet from present practices of destruction.
To find and re-employ real truth.
To promote true balance between both genders.
To share and be less materialistic.
To become rid of prejudice.
To learn to be related.
To be kind to animals and take no more than we need.
To play with one’s children and love each equally and fairly.
To be brave and courageous, enough so,
to take a stand and make a commitment.
To understand what Generations Unborn really means.
To accept the Great Mystery
in order to end foolish argument over religion.”
– obligations of the path walkers
Ajah Dharma has few precepts and is a differant religion and has a differant meaning for each person who takes up its practice.
Ajah considers non-dual philosophy as true.
Ajah believes in eastern spiritual practices.
Ajah believes in reincarnation.
Ajah believes in karma.
Ajah believes in realized beings.
Ajah practices meditation and yoga.
Ajah equates God with everything, the absolute, the Hindu Brahman, the merging of all opposites.
Ajah often use alters like Wiccans & Hindus do. and perform rituals sometimes. and prays.
Ajah has grown taking in elements of hinduism, budhism, sihkism, wicca, taoism, native american practices, shamanism, rastafari, and ancient pagan culture…. as well as any other faith.
“Oh Great Spirit, I raise
my pipe to you.
To your messengers the four winds, and
to Mother Earth who provides
for your children.
Give us the wisdom to teach our children
to love, to respect, and to be kind
to each other so that they may grow
with peace of mind
Let us learn to share all good things that
you provide for us on this Earth.”
-Chief Yellow Hawk