…I did not work by the Christian Rationalist Doctrine, I had not the happiness to get to know it and I could not; but my spirit as I was always a fighter, that faced difficult situations, I have known how to take advantage and how to improve. So today I work in the Higher Astral Pleiad… Martin Luther King Jr.

Twenty Christian Rationalist's Principles

Twenty Christian Rationalist's Principles


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1- To strengthen the will for the practice of good.
2- To identify evil thoughts to repel them and to make good use of free will;
3- To cultivate uplifted thoughts in favor of one's counterpart;
4- Not to wish to others what one does not wish for oneself;
5- To lend a helping hand to whomever needs it, whenever the available means and the opportunity allow it, without contributing to idleness or vices in anyone.
6- To respect others' points of view, especially when sincerely expressed;
7-  Not to connect oneself through thought to mean, disturbed, or impudent people;
8- To fight slander;
9- To eliminate heated arguments from everyday habits;
10- To keep full mental and physical hygiene;
11- To exert one's will power against irritability;
12- To keep emotions in balance when analyzing  facts so as not to disturb the necessary serenity;
13- To adopt, as a disciplinary rule,  the healthy habit of only making decisions aimed at being just, and for this purpose, to act with serenity and valor and only after careful consideration;
14- To conduct oneself in a respectful way in regard to language and attitudes.
15- To be mindful of politeness and punctuality which are reflexes of a sound upbringing.
16- To foster longevity by all means, including spiritual means, as one should not forget that bodily health is dependent on a good state of mind.
17- To cultivate the habit of good humor since organic cells receive healthy influences by way of good humor.
18- To exercise moderation in speech, dress, work, sleep, nourishment and recreation;
19- To devote one's full energies to the safety and stability of the household; and
20- To refine to the utmost the brotherly feeling of friendship towards good people, having in mind the intensification of the affinitive current in our planet, for the common good.

Reference: Book Christian Rationalism - page 128 - 129.
Luiz de Mattos. Christian Rationalism
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