Wayism is the sacred Path that combines sacred Knowledge, Spiritual Awareness, a Benevolent mind and a Lifestyle of Healing and Happiness.The earliest traces of Wayist philosophy are seen in ancient Egypt and in the Upanishadic era, several thousand years ago.
During the era 500BCE, we had Siddhartha Gautama (who became a Buddha after enlightenment) and LaoTzi(Laozi) from China (founder of Daoism) explaining core Wayist principles.
However, it was not until the 1st century that the philosophy of The Way came to full bloom in West and East. During this era we had Jesus going about from Egypt to India to teach The Way. The Bhagavad Gita (Hindu) and several Mahayana (Buddhist) schools embraced the teaching of The Way.
Besides those who self-identify as Wayists in the ancient tradition, outside of organized religion. Wayists are also found within Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism and Daoism. Wayism is the core upon which organized religions built their empires.
Fundamentals of Wayist Philosophy
1) Earth is a school for soul beings.
2) The purpose of life for incarnated souls on Earth is to learn Wisdom, which is humility, simplicity and compassion
3) Once sufficient loving-kindness is acquired through this process of enlightenment, the soul is metamorphosed (as a caterpillar is transformed into a butterfly) into a spiritual being—and the soul graduates from the school of soul life (samsara)
4) The soul is reborn, as Jesus explained, into Heaven. No more reincarnation, no more school (hell?) on Earth.
5) Spirit beings who graduated from Earth School exist as helper beings; assisting incarnated souls on all organic planets to fulfil their purpose of life.
6) The Creator of the universes is Immutable and Unknowable, we call the One. From the One emanates a constant flow of energy we call The Way (or OM, YinYang, the Word, or Trimurti). Through the Way, all are created and upheld.
The Way is the Plan and Mechanism of Creation, containing natural laws (gravity, evolution of some species, etc.) and supernatural laws (karma, etc.). The One is Omnipresent since the ‘Energy’ of The Way that emanates from the One regulates not only the metaphysical universe but also sub-atomic characteristics and all material things throughout all universes. In this sense, we say Namaste to all beings, and we know that “God is closer to us than our hand” (Upanishads).