Truth Verified By Experience
The teachings of Ramtha are a unique science. It requires very careful examination and consideration in order to grasp the full meaning and impact of its content. Ramtha's teachings address the fundamental questions about human existence and the human person, our destiny and origins, good and evil, the soul, death and life, the world, our relationship to others, and the nature of space, time and the fabric of reality.
Ramtha's teachings cover a vast amount of subjects, yet they all server to expound the fundamental concepts of his own system of thought. On repeated occasions he emphasized that the totality of his message could be expressed in the statements, "You are God." But how are we to interpret this statement? There are probably as many definitions of the term "God" as there are people on the earth. In order to understand Ramtha's teachings correctly, it is crucial that we become aware of both our own concept of God and how it stands in contrast with Ramtha's own explanation and definition of God and the nature of reality. This constitutes one of the main concerns of the School: the redefinition of the self, and the redefinition of our concept of God and the divine.
Foundations of the Teachings
The four cornerstones of Ramtha's philosophy are:
What You Will Learn
Students of Ramtha's School of Enlightenment are taught the following fundamental concepts and disciplines of the Great Work:
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"Now this is what I desire for you to do: Number one, participate. no one fails this school. There is no such thing as a failure in this school; there are only quitters. And a quitter is equal to that which is termed the lack of participation. Now if you are going to be in this school, you are going to participate. There are no passive matters; there is no such thing, as my advanced students know well." - Ramtha