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Monasticism

True monasticism is of one’s love and devotion to God.

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Monasticism

True monasticism implies that one is totally devoted to deliberate work for the Evolution of Universal Consciousness. The most important part of the work of every monk is continuous efforts on transforming oneself (as consciousness) according to the Plan of God for His children, and also helping other people in this.

True monasticism consists not in wearing a particular uniform or haircut, not in participation in the rite of "initiation", and not in getting new names.

True monastic status can only be acquired as a result of one’s love and devotion to God and one’s personal spiritual efforts.

 
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True monasticism is of one’s love and devotion to God