Over the past two thousand years, millions of souls have advanced through the new awareness. Many have outgrown the religions; graduated from them. Now, they need higher education but do not know where to go. Some look back at their old alma maters and feel a sense of anger, a sense of betrayal—some even feel disgust. It is simply that you have outgrown junior school, in a past life even.
Religions are not obsolete
Religions are not obsolete. No, juniors still need schools. In fact, without those schools, where will they learn, how will they advance?
Westerners go East in search of higher alternatives, while easterners go West in search of same.
Seniors are moving away from Christianity, Daoism, Hinduism, and Buddhism in droves because they do not have what senior souls need. In fact, most of these souls we speak of are more advanced than the religions themselves.
Some seniors find in Wayism a good home. Of late, large numbers of people East and West gravitate to the simplicity, compassion, and humility of the International Wayist movement. It is a place to find developmentally appropriate soul food, share, create groups, and meet likeminded people. A place to recharge one’s soul.
We hold to the simple truths, and try our utmost to live the heck out of this lifetime, to live authentic lives, own our minds and live compassionately, in humility and simplicity. This book, as you have seen, is not a marketing document for the Wayist movement but an eye opener for the world at-large. However, if you actually read this far into the book, you should really look at www.wayism.org — you’re different.
Annotations to the book Universal Gateway of Enlightenment: The second coming of Jesus as Lord of the World in c. 78AD, by author Jean du Plessis