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Does anyone own a copy of The Jedi Path book (with vault)? Also, why are our 3 tenants different from the 3 pillars listed in the book?

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Yes many of us own copies, I know I do.

The three pillars are different because this site formulated its doctrine of the three tenets, around the year 2006 and The Jedi Path: A Manual for Students of the Force came out around 2010. I believe, someone correct me if I'm wrong.

I know this site formulated the Doctrine based on Jeddism as a practical religion so the information that went into it was created with that point of view in mind.

The Jedi Path was created based on the movies, canon, and lore of the Star Wars Universe. Although Jeddism follows and identifies with a lot of the information in the Star Wars Universe, it doesn't strictly follow the intended focus of SW's lore.

Good question. So you studied the book. What did you think about it?

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The book is great for understanding the basics of Jedi teachings. It helps to have those additional comments. I even added a few of my own.

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Great good to hear. How long have you been interested in being a Jedi? And are you doing any training on your own before you came here?

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No true prior training, just educating myself.

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I just recently received a copy! I haven't gotten very deep into it yet, but so far it's coming across to me like a textbook on facts and histories from the movies. It's neat, but I hope there's a little more to it soon, lol.

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I also own a copy with the vault of this and the book of the sith. I found them both to be entertaining, if a little fictional universe heavy. Aside from the code(s) contained therein, I found very little philosophy worth mentioning in them.

Primarily, I was more fascinated with the boxes they came in and "artifacts" they came with than the books themselves.

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I've read it and also thought it to be a fun read, I also own the bounty hunter one. Though fun, it' very diverse from what we here at the temple are about

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I'd rather recommend getting a copy of the Jedi Compass. It's got a lot of interesting articles from various people in the Jedi communities, and I'd recommend that to any Jedi initiate starting out on the path.

Plus, the income the book generates goes to UNICEF, if I don't remember wrongly :) Which is all kinds of awesome!

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I own a copy of the Jedi Path and Sith Path for reference. However, I would recommend Musashi's Book of Five Rings for study. I learn something new every time I re-read it.

Jedi Compass is a decent read as well, even I am in it, which I take as an accomplishment.

Please feel free to ask us anything of our history or philosophy, we would love to share.

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