RamaSpirit is a grand experiment: can human beings take the initiative in calling forth a new manifestation of Spirit on a scale that illuminates many souls? Is it possible to chart in advance the arrival of a Savior/Redeemer/Avatar, or even more than one? And can we establish a sodality that will seed the next step in evolution?
No matter what may happen in the future, though, the proof of the pudding is in the Now. The living presence of RamaSpirit is active in the world right now. Those who tap into it can experience divine intervention in the real-life challenges they face day-to-day, a new basis for human relationship, and the potential for healing their deepest afflictions.
Dharma is the path we have to follow to fulfill our destiny, in the Spirit and the flesh. It’s the struggle for virtue amidst the vicissitudes of life. Dharma encompasses morality, ethics, and religious righteousness, but transcends them all. By following the dharma, we gradually lighten our load of karma from past actions, ascend ever closer to God, and increase our chances for realization of OM (Spirit).
RamaDharma encompasses a broad range of practice and a totally new Weltanschauung (worldview). There are seven major benchmarks on our path, seven core dharmas that form the foundation of our Magnum Opus (Great Work). We’ll outline them briefly so that anyone can get a sense of whether or not this way and this work are suitable for them. There is no judgement or ill will against anyone for not being compatible with RamaSpirit, but we must establish the boundaries and present the standards to select those who are, or rather to enable such people to select themselves.
A Seven-Point Prospectus
The first principle that frames our worldview is the supremacy of Spirit over self and ego. The awakening of the individual to his or her imperfection and shortcomings opens the way to redemption. Spiritual surrender can bring an immediate sense of liberation, but it must become an ongoing practice. This effort can infuse the rigors of daily life with the light of Spirit, and it can best be pursued in a community of kindred souls, a sodality.
The second necessity for aligning with RamaSpirit is a critical attitude toward the nature of life in the postmodern hi-tech Matrix. Our long-term aim is to separate from it completely. Meanwhile, we take measures to shield ourselves from the most toxic effects, and to deprogram ourselves step by step, pulling the plugs one at a time from our bodies and souls.
The third dharma follows naturally from the second: if we escape from the Matrix, we have to be ready to live in the real world. Spirit must root itself in the Earth in order to manifest as a truly human community and resonate in the lives of the people. We have to cast off the artificial trappings that turn people into humatons, the degenerate robotic zombies who populate the Matrix. And we’re going further than back to the land: we want to get back in touch with our primal nature. A Spirit-primal fusion will create a ground of being for a new way of life.
The fourth objective is to elevate sexuality out of the muck of postmodern promiscuity without getting sucked back into the swamp of sexual repression. This is only possible in a close-knit community of people who are regenerating their primal nature while devoting themselves to the Spirit. From this potent alchemy the fire of Eros will rise to a plateau beyond anything known in the past.
Our fifth principle is racial affirmation. Every race has its own dharma, and the larger dharma of the human species needs the special, distinct essences of the separate races that comprise it. These are lost in the melting-pot Matrix, causing everyone to become less human. We hope that our message inspires people of every race and persuasion; nevertheless, RamaSpirit is the reborn essence of the white race. Our racial dharma is therefore unto Thule, the white spiritual homeland.
The sixth insight is that the human species has genetically deteriorated over the past centuries as a result of industrialization, pollution, and the devolutionary lifestyle. This means that all people alive today, especially in the postmodernized parts of the world, are biologically inferior to their premodern ancestors. Individuals are no longer able to live up to their full human potential because they are members of a gene pool that has declined. This harsh reality has an immense impact on the daily lives and spiritual practice of people who recognize it and wish to begin to reverse the trend.
The seventh basic reality we recognize is the natural order. Reality is not a democracy, but an organic hierarchy in which different qualities manifest in different degrees among individual people and groups. Some of this differential is inborn and some of it is developed, but the fact is that it’s there, and always will be. The best aim of a community and a society is not to try to make everyone equal, but to increase the proportion of superior individuals and to support their natural inclinations toward compassionate responsibility and enlightened leadership.
Full text of the Seven Dharmas:
Step One: Self-Conviction
Step Two: Surrender to Spirit