The 11 virtues
These eleven great virtues are part of the Universal Laws. By acquiring
virtues, you build character, integrity, and ethics, which results in a
concentration of psychic powers. This creates a direct channel to the
forces of the Universe and is the cause and effect of Life. Follow these
day of your life.
A form of wisdom which allows you to refrain from passing judgment on
your fellow humans.
The second virtue and it stresses, love, clemency, leniency, and an
interest in the welfare of others. One gives of oneself and does not
The third virtue is the awareness of our own shortcomings and does not imply
weakness. It is the result of strength and is the absence of
arrogance, pride, and self interest
This is the fourth virtue dedication of oneself to an ideal as a cause
such as service to the Universal Spirit.
The fifth virtue is calmness and composure under suffering or provocation
while performing demanding tasks.
The sixth virtue, is a serenity of mind under provocation and demonstrates
self possession, non resistance and teaches binding will
in any situation. It is an exercise in humility.
The seventh virtue is the absence of deceit, hypocrisy, and sham. This
manifests in a genuine person and shows a desire to learn and practice
what is right.
The eighth virtue, is a deliberate moral determination of danger and is
the product of reason. It is distinctive from bravery, because bravery
is usually an instinctive response to a perilous situation.
The ninth virtue, is exactness, accuracy, and definiteness. It opposes
careless work and hazy thinking.
The tenth virtue is the ability to deal with the environment with a
minimum of time, energy and materials.
Is the last virtue and is the power to discern the motives of
people, see their characters, and is also the ability to see the real
truth beneath the apparent surface of situations.