Antahkarana is an ancient Sanskrit
word that means “web of light.”
The antahkarana connects us together, like a macrocosmic dreamcatcher.
We are lightbearers. We bear God’s light
in our hearts, and that light flows through the antahkarana
to strengthen life everywhere.
We are mystics and gnostics. We seek to know
God through personal experience, and to be one with that experience.
• Like Kabbalists of old, we labor to
restore Adam Kadmon, to heal the divided body of God.
• Like Buddhists, we are mindful that
love heals, and that hatred never ceases by hatred.
• Like Sufis, we proclaim there is only
• Like Zoroastrians, we understand that
that God is a living, sacred fire.
• Like Hindus, we worship that flame
as the Atman within each heartbeat.
• Like Native Americans, we honor the
• Like Christians, we usher in the New
Jerusalem and the City Foursquare as a divine blueprint that
can manifest through us.
We serve to set life free. We understand that God works through
people, so we strive to bring out the best in each other. We
want to relate with good will and respect, to follow the golden
rule of, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto
you.” We want to mirror the culture of ascended and angelic
beings in the etheric retreats of the heaven-world, bringing
them closer to home.
Golden Rule Around the World
is the sum of duty: Do naught unto others
which would cause you pain if done to you." ~ Mahabharata
Buddhism: Hurt not others in ways that you
yourself would find hurtful. ~ Udana Varga 5:18
Judaism: "What is hateful to you, do not to
That is the entire Law; all the rest is commentary." ~ Talmud,
Christianity: "All things whatsoever ye would
should do to you, do ye even so to them." ~ Matthew 7:12
Confucianism: "Surely it is the maxim of loving-kindness:
Do not unto others that you would not have them do unto you."
~ Analects 15:23
Islam: "No one of you is a believer until he
his brother that which he desires for himself." ~ Sunnah
Native Wisdom: "This we know. The earth does
not belong to man;
man belongs to the earth. Man did not weave the web of life;
he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web,
he does to himself." ~ Chief Seattle
Taoism: "Regard your neighbor's gain as your
and your neighbor's loss as your own loss." ~ T'ai Shag Kan
nature alone is good which refrains
from doing unto another whatsoever is not good: for itself."
~ Dadistan-i-dinik 94:5
and the Bible!