18 Guiding Principles

1

Meditate in the right way i.e., Anapanasati .. and teach everyone the same Anapanasati. No difficult asanas and pranayama methods.

2

Read right spiritual books .. i.e., Books by Osho, Lobsang Rampa, Castaneda, Jane Roberts, Annie Besant, Linda Goodman, Deepak Chopra, Sylvia Browne, Torkom Saraydarian, Yogananda Paramahamsa etc., etc.

3

Exchange meditational / spiritual experiences with everyone who is interested.

4

Spend much time every day in silence; worldly gossip is absolutely forbidden.

5

Utilize full-moon nights for intensive meditation.

6

Utilize Pyramid Energy for Meditation, as much as possible.

7

Give-up psychological dependence on medicines .. only meditational energy heals.

8

No meat .. no fish .. no eggs. Be vegetarian.
Eat according only to need.

9

Spend much time in pure nature .. e.g., forests, meadows, river banks and mountains etc.

10

No ‘ spiritual ’ clothing .. no ‘ sacred ’ body-marks .. no rituals.
 
Spirituality is a matter of inner achievement … and there is nothing to show-off to others.

11

Impart meditation training to children, right from their early child-hood.

We have to compulsorily teach meditation to the children. Taking care of the child, we have taken care of the whole humanity. Start teaching children from the age five.

12

Learn to live as masters and never as disciples.

We learn from each and every person in general … and we are not disciples of any one person in particular. Becoming a master is the goal of life.  

17

Establish Pyramid Meditation Centers in all villages, towns and cities.

Pyramid Masters are required to establish meditation centers in villages, towns or cities. Every Pyramid Master is a Bodhisattva or a Buddha. A “Bodhisattva” is a spiritual master who is stationed in one place and teaches all the persons who may approach him, and a “Buddha” is a spiritual master who moves from place to place and teaches all those who welcome him.

18

Publish meditational experiences and personal spiritual transformation.

Sir Francis Bacon has emphatically stated that “ Writing makes for perfect man “. All senior Pyramid Masters have to pen their meditational and spiritual experiences and publish them as a rule.