WorldWideWay

The worldwideway

is the path that leads within, back to our essential being. For seekers of this way, guidance is available without which there is little chance of finding the path. worldwideway

Way of Life


Intention, Awareness & Intelligence

are 3 things necessary to carry back into life what is found from internal practice. These may also be understood as

Struggle, Acceptance & Understanding

or

Aspiration, Equanimity & Non-attachment

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Way of Taiji & Yoga


Balance Inner & Outer Life


Naturalness and balance are central Daoist ideals, with Mother Earth as the model. Naturalness refers not to external ease or lack of effort, but to perfect inner attunement to the Deep Inner Essence of both ourself and the wider world. The initial method is to gather and refine energy (Qi), externally through physical movements and breathing exercises, internally by concentration of the Deep Mind on and within the body and energy field. waydeeper

Way of Meditation


Way To the Beyond


Rumi:

The Way is straight and well sign-posted. To wander off brings great trouble. To change the sign-posts incurs great cost. waybeyond

Patrick A Kelly

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Patrick's Books

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3 Great Streams


Daoism, Gnostic/Sufism, and Yoga as experienced by Patrick Kelly over 40 years under the guidance of Gnostic (Naqshibandi Sufi Shaikh) Abdullah Dougan (1918-1987), Daoist Taiji Master Huang Xingxian (1908-1992), and Raja Yogi Mounimaharaj of Rajasthan (1900?-2007). This true contact, both external and internal, with the 3 great streams of esoteric teachings - the Asian, the Indian and the Middle Eastern/European - now supports Patrick's teaching, which aims to lead people deeply inside themselves towards the one formless Source, which has no name. 3streams

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