Qultura is a new method of enquiry derived from Therevada (Tibetan) Buddhism with elements adopted from Taoism. Like Buddhism Qultura is based on acceptance of reincarnation and karma as part of fundamental reality, and similar to both Buddhism and the Taoism Qultura is based on yin yang, polar thinking, dependent arising and the I-Ching. Therefore like Buddhism and the Taoism Qultura can be used to learn about mysticism, develop conscious awareness, develop mindfulness, mental and emotional discipline, and get to the true nature and fundamental truth of who you really are and what your life is really all about.
However Qultura is also radically different from both Buddhism and the Tao Te Ching. By way of a comparison...
|Created||c.530 BC||c. 400 BC||2009|
|Text/Scripture||Pali Canon||the Tao Te Ching||Principle & Process|
|Core method||Abidhamma||the Dao||unmind|
|A method you follow?||yes||yes||no|
Qultura methodology is based almost entirely on mysticism, numerology and magic, so unlike Buddhism and Taoism it's not really a complete method or philosophy you can follow. It's actually much simpler than both Buddhism and Taoism because Qultura methodology is presented to you in 'kit' form, through this website, the Qultura Core website and the main book, the 'Principle and the Process' which you can download for free via the link on the right. How it works is as follows:
This section is a guide for anyone who's new to Qultura. Click on any link to find out how everything fits together.Our methodology Our community Qultura Core The website Message Board The opportunity
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You get a solid foundation in Qultura methodology by reading the book 'The Principle and the Process'. Download for free by clicking on the links below.