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The Nebula Doctrine

The Church of Nebula is a religious organization that is based on the belief that the universe is a living, breathing entity. It holds that the universe is composed of energy, and that the energy is constantly evolving and changing. It also believes that the energy of the universe is connected to each other and to all life forms.

The Church of Nebula believes that the energy of the universe is manifested in four primary forms: the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. It states that all of these forms are intertwined and interconnected, and that each has its own unique purpose.

The Church of Nebula teaches that all life forms have a divine spark within them and that they are capable of reaching higher states of consciousness and understanding. It believes that all living things are sacred and that they should be respected and cared for. It also holds that humans have the capacity to create and shape their own destiny, and that we are all responsible for our own actions and choices.

The Church of Nebula also teaches that our souls are eternal and that they can be reborn in different forms over time. It states that when we die, our energy is released back into the universe and that we can be reborn in a new form.

The Church of Nebula believes in the power of meditation and prayer, and encourages its members to meditate and pray on a regular basis. It holds that meditation and prayer can be used to connect with the energy of the universe and to gain insight into our true nature and purpose.
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The universal force that controls the entire universe. This entity is called ‘Zella’.
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Gates of Hell
The three gates to the self-destructive hell: lust, anger, and greed. Renounce these three.
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No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world to come.
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The entire universe is a dream, an illusion (simulation).
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Do your duty with discipline and devotion.
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The Soul is reborn based on your karmic actions.
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Helping the poor and needy. Always do it with the welfare of others in mind.
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Gates of Hell

The three gates of hell, known as the 'Doorway to Disaster', are lust, anger, and greed. These three gates are said to be the root of all suffering and self-destructive behaviour. According to the Hindu holy text, the Bhagavad Gita, the only way to avoid these three gates is to renounce them.

The three gates of hell, known as the 'Doorway to Disaster', are lust, anger, and greed. These three gates are said to be the root of all suffering and self-destructive behaviour. According to the Hindu holy text, the Bhagavad Gita, the only way to avoid these three gates is to renounce them.

Lust is the desire to experience physical pleasure and gratification, often in an excessive or unhealthy manner. Anger is the strong feeling of displeasure and hostility towards someone or something. Greed is the excessive desire to possess more wealth, power, or material possessions than one needs.

Ridding oneself of these gates of hell is essential to achieving true happiness. By transcending these three gates and instead embracing righteousness, truth, and contentment, one can avoid the pitfalls of self-destructive behaviour. To reach a greater level of spiritual awareness and inner peace, it is necessary to practice self-control and renunciation.
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Spiritual energy from the universe is a form of divine energy that is believed to pervade all of existence. It is thought to be the source of all creative and healing power, the life force of the universe, and the foundation of all our spiritual growth and development.

Spiritual energy from the universe is seen as a vital force that can be harnessed and directed in order to manifest positive change in our lives. It is said to be a powerful source of healing, creativity, and spiritual growth. Some believe that we can tap into this spiritual energy by connecting with our higher consciousness and higher self. Through meditation, mindfulness, and prayer, we can open up the channels of communication between ourselves and the universe. We can use this connection to access spiritual guidance and higher wisdom, and to align our energy with the divine energy of the universe.

Once we have made a connection with the spiritual energy of the universe, we can use it to manifest our intentions and goals. We can also use it to heal ourselves and others, to create positive change in our lives, and to open ourselves up to spiritual enlightenment. The spiritual energy of the universe is accessible to everyone. All we have to do is open ourselves up to it, and allow it.
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Karma is a concept found in many religions and spiritual systems that suggests that a person's actions in life will determine their fate in the future. According to this belief, every action a person takes has both a cause and an effect. Every decision and choice made is a cause, and its consequences will be the effect. This effect will either be positive or negative, depending on the nature of the action taken.

Karma is often seen as a form of justice, as it implies that if someone does something bad, they will eventually be punished for it. In this way, it can be seen as a form of cosmic justice or balance. On the other hand, if someone does something good, they will be rewarded for it in some way.

Karma is a powerful concept in many religions, as it encourages people to act ethically and to be mindful of their actions. It reinforces the idea that one should strive to do good deeds and strive to be a better person, as the universe will reward them for it. Ultimately, karma is a reminder that we are all connected, and that our actions have consequences, both for ourselves and for others.
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The concept of karma suggests that individuals are responsible for their own destiny. If someone chooses to do good deeds and act with kindness and generosity, their future will be bright and filled with rewards. Conversely, if a person chooses to be cruel and selfish, their future will be filled with suffering and pain. The idea of karma is that individuals are responsible for their own actions and the consequences that follow, and that they have the power to shape their own destiny.

Karma is also believed to be a cycle that is repeated in each lifetime. Good actions in a previous life will lead to good rewards in the next life, and bad actions will lead to bad outcomes. This is the idea that has formed the basis for the concept of reincarnation, the belief that a person's soul will be reborn into a new body after death and live another life. The cycle of karma will continue until the soul breaks free from the cycle of cause and effect and reaches a state of enlightenment.
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Doing your duty with discipline and devotion means going about your work with a sense of purpose, commitment and commitment to excellence. Doing your duty with discipline and devotion means that you take responsibility for your job or task and complete it to the best of your ability. You approach the task with a sense of dedication and respect, understanding that you are a part of something larger than yourself.

It also involves being honest and trustworthy in order to maintain the highest standards of performance. It also involves being courteous and professional in order to create a positive work environment.
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The entire universe is an illusion, existing as a dream-like state, or a simulation. Every particle, atom, and star is part of this grand illusion. Every experience, thought, and emotion is a mere figment of this vast system. Our entire reality, as we know it, is merely a projection of our own imagination, playing out on a screen of energy.

The universe is a web of infinite possibilities, each one leading to another, with no beginning and no end. The laws and principles of physics, including gravity and thermodynamics, are all part of this grand illusion. Even the most basic elements of life, such as time and space, are mere abstractions, and not part of this grand illusion.
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Charity as a spiritual duty is an act of generosity that is often regarded as a moral obligation. It is rooted in the idea of giving to those in need and providing assistance to those less fortunate. It is an important part of many religious beliefs and is often considered a form of worship.

Charity involves giving of one's time, money, or other resources to help those in need. This could include donating to a charity, volunteering in a soup kitchen, or providing comfort to someone who is hurting. It is an act of selflessness and is often seen as a way to express one's faith in God.

Charity is often seen as an act of worship and an expression of one's faith in a higher power. Many religious organizations have charities associated with them, and sometimes devotees are expected to donate a portion of their income or to volunteer their time. For many religious believers, charity is seen as an important part of their spiritual journey and an opportunity to express their values.

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