I am the founder and spiritual leader of Oja International Temple worldwide. My interest is in teaching my fellow men how to awaken the Inner Self which is the God's element in every individual.
The Temple is interdenominational and has over 30,000 members worldwide, especially in Nigeria, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Italy, France, Brazil, Mexico, Ghana, Jamaica, Belgium, China, Japan, South Africa, India and Germany to mention a few.
The Temple combines the orthodox religious practices with the traditional, judaical, sufical, esoterical, astrological and metaphysical teachings in its operations and thereby providing a vast array of opportunities to its members in regard to health, finance, business, family and personal positive energy building.
Oja International Temple's philosophy emphazises that since the consciousness of the Cosmic is in every individual, we are all co-creators with God. Consequently, the Temple attempts through its teachings to bring alive the mystical and spiritual aspects of human beings, thereby affording them the opportunity to live in harmony with the Cosmic. Once an individual is in harmony with the Cosmic, he will be able to manifest his desires, happy, prosperous and fulfilled. To actualize this philosophy, all those who request for spiritual assistance are carefully and faithfully guided on how to solve their problems in accordance with the rhythmic forces of the Cosmic.
For more information, please visit the Temple's web...
Hospital Chaplain. Interested especially in spirituality, healing, nonviolence, and peacemaking as a follower of Jesus Christ and as one who continues to seek, and to find, that of God in every human being and/or religion....
I am a CPA 54 years old. I feel a need to be part of a spiritual community but have never felt completely comfortable in traditional churchs. And I very much would like to know more about this group....
The interest i have is dat i love spiritual things,i love seeing what ordinary eyes can not see.
I know very many people in my locallity are interested in such religion.I wish such a Church could be opened in my country while I promise to spread the church with your surport....
I love meeting people,travelling and touching lives positively no matter how brief the encounter.
I am a french/EFL teacher currently teaching English to Sudaneses in Egypt as a volunteer teacher.
I was born into the Anglican faith and I have a firm belief in God and i respect the fact that others might not have the same belief as me.
I hope to have an organisation in future that will reach out to people especially women and children.
I am looking forward to meeting people that will have postive impact in my life and help me in my personal growth....
Commissioned the bishop of Oregon City (titular see), July 26, 2007; elevated Oct. 7, 2007; ordained priest in an apostolic tradition Sept. 9, 2006; ordained pastor March 26, 2005.
Sarah brings many worlds together, according to observers. A kind of enigma to some, she is both a staunch traditionalist who honours the ancient paths and learns from the wisdom of the old, and an unconventional and rather eccentric reformer who brings that tradition to this world in a new and engaging way. As a bishop and an artist, Sarah practices the pursuit of artistic creativity and beauty as a sacred way of connecting the everyday world with the divine. Her educational background includes visual art, journalism and Christian theology and ministries. Sarah was ordained priest in March 2005 (re-ordained into an Old Catholic-Anglican order in September 2006), and was elected bishop in July 2007. Her episcopacy brought a renewed activity and much needed changes in the Church of the Divine Heart, which was founded in 2005 but suffered from much organizational frustration over the lack of leadership and autonomy. In April 2008, she formally resigned as the general superintendent of the Church of the Divine Heart, at which point the church also was dissolved. Today Sarah continues the liturgical project through St. Anne's Liturgical & Theological Institute, while also continuing her local ministries in a much smaller scale through St. Mary's Mission Society.
Sarah has also involved herself in...
A truth seeker from birth, I have lightly traversed the eastern religions, theosophy, the classical philosophies as well as the Greek mythologies as part of my faith journey to date. What wisdoms I have gleaned have been filtered through a nominal Christian foundation.
Kahlil Gibran suggests that your neighbour is your other self dwelling behind a wall. In understanding, all walls shall fall down. Who knows but that your neighbour is your better self wearing another body? See that you love him as you would yourself. He too is a manifestation of the Most High.
Unfortunately, in an image-conscious age, the idea that a neighbour is 'our better self wearing another body' appears to fuel competition rather than offer encouragement.
I am excited by a website devoted to enhancing universal understanding.
Congratulations to all involved in establishing and maintaining this site....
i am a man,and i am a trader here,but i am not yet balanced in terms of capital,i.e(fund)i would love to share my feelings to men of goodwill and interact with good people of the world that is above me ,and to learn from their past experience.my hobbies is reading,exchanging gifts,and travelling,my belief is that all thing are possible under the care of the almighty that always provides for the needy.i hope to be a good busines man in the future and help to train others who are in need,my intrest in meeting other people in this network will be great,cause i love to meet people always especially those in the first world....
I am a university professor and I (try to) teach ethics in a business school. I get teased about this a lot lately. I like to read widely, especially science fiction, comparative religion, and ethics. I enjoy international travel and have been to 12 different countries in the past year.
I am an active Episcopalian, but attend a Presbyterian Church with my wife and kids and regularly attend a Catholic church near my home. My kids think I am a church junkie since I typically go to church 3 times every weekend: Saturday night, Sunday morning, and Sunday evening. I reply that I need all the church I can get because of my inherently sinful proclivities.
I enjoy working with people of other faiths. Although I am not a Buddhist, I am an active volunteer in the local Buddhist community and a frequent guest in a local Thai Buddhist temple. Although I am not Muslim, I serve as the faculty advisor to the Muslim Student Association on my campus and join them for Juma prayer on Friday afternoons. These activities cause my elderly mother to worry about me a lot.
I find that "intelligent people of good will" often have very different notions of "ultimate truth". I can only conclude that we live in a religiously ambiguous world. It is not the way I would have set things up, but I didn't create this world; I just have to live in it. Somehow, we have to learn to live together. Or, as my favorite author Orson Scott Card jokingly quips: "Just because you're going to hell...
Reiki level 1.
Master Practitioner of NLP, Timeline Therapy and Hypnosis.
Exploring other spiritual expressions. Non dogmatically
Driving in the country
62 going on 45. Married 36 years. in beautiful relationship...
I am a mystic with a keen interest in modern and "post-modern" spirituality, a deep appreciation for traditional spiritual and religious practices and literature and a special interest in Christian monastic and contemplative traditions.
I was baptized and confirmed in the Episcopal Church. In the last decade I have shifted into involvement with the Methodist Church.
I am currently active member of the Methodist Church in my town and sing in the church choir. I am also the founder and administrator of an Internet community, the Life More Abundant Club, that offers online members no-cost and low cost home income opportunities, marketing information and resources and personal development, spiritual and Christian resources. The Club also has an offline category of membership....
I was raised an anglican, became a Christian Spiritualist, and in 1990 returned to a spiritual way of life through a twelve-step programme.
Today am a retired and a part-time Lay Chaplain to Seafarers at our local deep-sea port of Lyttelton, New Zealand. I live in the nearby city of Christchurch. I am part of a local Interfaith Dialogue Group.
I am part of an Anglican congregation...
I am more of a seeker than a member of any one religion. My beliefs span more than one.
I sometimes feel that not only is the truth out there but it is within reach if we only can see within the other. We are all a part of the Creation. Nothing is left out.
I love reading and discussing the beliefs of others. It is the only way that I know of creating my own path in this life...
I am a devotee of Sathya Sai Baba, whom I beleive to be the Christ for this age.
I am an Anglican Lay Minister.
I have written two books on the teachings of Sai Baba and their relationship to Christian tradition.
I have a special interest in finding the real Jesus and his original teachings.
I look forward to the reconciliation of science with spirituality - it must come as there is only one Truth....
I am of Cherokee and Scots-Irish descent, raised in a Christian
home, and my birth place is in Western North Carolina,about 50 miles
away from the Eastern Cherokee Reservation. For a long time now, I
have heard the call of the ancestors and trying very hard to walk
the Red Road, but I still have a lot of learning to do.
I believe that true spirituality is born of the heart and soul
and brought about by the teachings of the Great Spirit. With the help of our ancestors we are also given an understanding of how to live a good and worthy life. My basic philosophy of life is that Truth Always Wins.
I have a wonderful husband, three furbabies and two grown-up
children who live in other states,but we are a close family.
I am medically retired from my lifelong work as a Clinical
Laboratory Scientist in which I spent 30 good years.
In my lifetime, I hope for true peace in the world among all people,
not a New World Order which I believe to be totally political. My
wish is for there to be healthcare for everyone, no homeless people,
and an end to unemployment or penniless retirement for many.
This can be achieved by human understanding,education and guidance
and love for the Great Spirit of all people...
I'm Interested in: *Nonviolence,(and the ethics of "just war" or justifiable use of violent means in any religion--when, if ever, has violent means been supported for presumably just ends?)
* Contemplative Spirituality (Meditation, Contemplation, "Centering Prayer", etc.), especially when shared with people of various faiths
* World Scriptures (learning more about them, and their interpretation(s)
* Disability or Chronic Illness and Healing (or Ethics)...
My name is Anele Berekwu from Nigeria married with childern and working. I am delighted to spiritual act and believe in Christ.I am committed to spiritual awareness for the benefit of beings. I love to be in union with spiritual group.
My name is Br Andrew Blair EFO - I am a brother in the Ecumenical Franciscan Order in Australia.
I was born at Sedgley, U.K. and arrived here in Australia on Christmas day 1966. I am an Australian Citizen and consider this to be my home.
This is my second marriage,Jessica and I have been together since September 1998
No I am her full time carer, she is chronically ill and the most recent thing to enter our lives in her electric wheel chair
I dabble in web building, write inclusive Theology, poetry; we love walking and photography.
I am an online friend of Izzy Dawiz and would like to know others here....