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|Welcome to the Temple of the Jedi Force
|Posted by AceVenom on 2015/5/21 19:50:00 (5798 reads)
Welcome new members and visitors to our web site.
In this site there are forums to discuss numerous topics and ideas with other members of the Temple. Members are given access to more forum topics than that of a visitor. Visitors can see most of the basic items, but to see more registration is necessary.
Visitors can spend time looking at the FAQ's or Frequently Asked Questions, Links, Planet, News and Articles, our Doctrine and Basic Message Boards. All of these are accessible via the links listed on the community menu on the left of the page.
If you chose to be a member, all you need to do is register for the site. Please let one of the Masters know if this gives you any difficulty, or submit a help ticket (also in the community menu).
If you choose to start the path of a Jedi, there are more Message Boards which become available as well as Study Downloads to begin the path of the Way of the Jedi and to help explain how Temple of the Jedi Force practices and teaches Jediism. You will want to start by making an introduction post in the Jedi Initiate Resources area and request to become an initiate. One of the Masters will review your request, update your membership status, and give you your next set of instructions.
While you wait to have your membership upgraded to initiate, please familiarize yourself with our doctrine by reviewing our Temple Doctrine.
Once your membership has been updated to initiate, please create a training journal by posting in the Jedi Training Journals area of our forums. In your training journal your first post should be to re-introduce yourself, tell us what brought you to our temple, what you hope to learn here, and why you want to become a Jedi.
To complete the Initiate's requirements for Apprenticeship, you will need to complete the following:
Meditating on and describe, in a line-by line analysis format, The Jedi code, The Jedi creed, The 3 Primary Tenants of Jediism, The 16 Teachings of the Jedi, and The 13 Vows of the Jedi.
In this analysis, please include your current understanding of the line being analyzed and, if you wish to go the extra mile, how you can/are work(ing) to implement this understanding in your day-to-day life. Please be as elaborate and as thorough as possible, relating any experiences that you have had with them. Please pace yourself with these works, and remember that this is not a race. This is about the journey, and not the destination. This is how you will come to know us, and how we will come to know you. You are not under any deadline to complete this aspect of your journal.
Also, please take some time to consider and answer the following questions: Who are you, and how did you find this Temple? Why do want to become a Jedi? What brought you to this conclusion? If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
Namaste, and again Welcome to the Temple of the Jedi Force!
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|Is The Universe A Hologram?
|Posted by Merin Kyo Den on 2013/12/12 7:54:28 (1576 reads)
Is The Universe A Hologram?
A team of physicists has provided some of the clearest evidence yet that our Universe could be just one big projection.
In 1997, theoretical physicist Juan Maldacena proposed that an audacious model of the Universe in which gravity arises from infinitesimally thin, vibrating strings could be reinterpreted in terms of well-established physics. The mathematically intricate world of strings, which exist in nine dimensions of space plus one of time, would be merely a hologram: the real action would play out in a simpler, flatter cosmos where there is no gravity.
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|Posted by Merin Kyo Den on 2013/8/11 8:41:41 (1133 reads)
I am a link in Lord Buddha’s golden chain of love that stretches around the world.
I must keep my link bright and strong.
I will try to be kind and gentle to every living thing, and protect all who are weaker than myself.
I will try to think pure and beautiful thoughts, to say pure and beautiful words, and to do pure and beautiful deeds, knowing that on what I do now depends my happiness and misery.
May every link in Lord Buddha’s golden chain of love become bright and strong and may we all attain perfect peace.
-- Buddhist Prayer
Happy Sunday everyone.
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|Posted by admin on 2007/10/10 6:10:00 (1841 reads)
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