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Free Membership

Community members have access to most of the material on this vast website.

Community members participate in almost every aspect of the website, including the ability to comment on content, edit content, translate pages, and propose new pages.

A Community Member can establish a personal profile, create a personal blog, create groups, join groups, friend other members, access courses, download books.

Due to spam and vandalism we need to put some obstacles in the path of signing up for membership. This helps keep bots at bay and slows down people with dishonorable intent.

Sign up for free membership somewhere on this page.


We need volunteers to monitor various aspects of this website, including the monitoring quality of of wiki pages, forums, blogs, uploaded graphics, etc. If you can read and write, you can help, because it is not technical in any way.

We need volunteers to manage and maintain the server and tikiwiki backend.

Please let us know if you are interested in volunteering. Use the Contact form on this website. Much obliged.

Difference between Article and Wiki

A Wiki page is a page where others can add, edit, improve the content over time. Typically, Wiki pages contain definitions and facts about a topic.
An article is the writer's opinion. As members we can like and comment on the article but we cannot edit the contents.

What if I see a Wiki page on a topic with inadequate content?

If you know where to source Wayist content, or you are a subject expert, please add content to the page.

What is considered bona-fide Wayist content?

Source Wayist content from the websites monitored by International Association of Wayist Organizations.

wayism.org | wayist.org | wayism.info | wayist.com | and more

There are other sources too, like writings and blogs of known Wayist teachers or books that you know are mentioned in bona-fide resources.

There is no harm in getting something wrong as long as you are not too sensitive to handle when a correction is made. There is more harm in if we do not get the job done.

Translate a page

At the bottom of a page is a link to Translate. When you translate a page using the link, the system knows to link your page to the original and knows how to present it to users. Without that, you have an orphan page and of course nobody wants to make orphans, its just not nice.


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