The Path of Mastery is a metaphor for a very personal journey, which leads to the fullest development of our potential, helping us express who we are at the core. However, you may find yourself asking, "Is this for me?"
Do you feel lost? It's so easy to lose your sense of direction.
Do you ever feel disconnected from the world or feel like life is meaningless?
Are you feeling stuck? Or never fulfilled?
Don’t Lose Hope!
Many people read books, attend events and visit Gurus in India, to feel spiritually rejuvenated, only to lose all motivation soon. No master, leader, or Guru can walk the path for you. Sometimes you need to take the next step and seek the support to take it. Our efforts can be very useful this way and provide you with tools to use and insights to apply, giving you an idea about of what is possible.
Get the support you need.
In Alignment with Your Beliefs
You don't have to follow some Guru or change your belief system. Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, Atheist – your path is your own. At our core, we value many similar things, such as love, understanding, kindness, dedication, humility, character development, peace, strength, etc. What differs is how we serve these values.
Anything worth following has a universal, transcendent quality which unites all paths.
The Path of Mastery presents universal principles in vehicles that are appropriate for you.
Make a Difference
Many of us look out at the suffering in the world and wish there was something we could do. We often tend to feel too weak, too inexperienced, and too helpless to make a difference. When we feel like we cannot make progress, it's easy to become overwhelmed.
There Is a Path
Whether a person wants to save their aunt dying of cancer, start a non-profit to treat that specific type of cancer, open up a state-of-the-art cancer wing in the area or find a cure for cancer, regardless of scale, all of these "fights" are worthwhile, and they all require different steps and competence.
Just as some may want to close down puppy mills, end a dog-fighting ring, make sure every dog in town has a loving home – each challenge is worth rising to. One cannot fight all wars, let alone expect to win. But if we concentrate our powers in one area, we can become very formidable.