Who am I? Why am I here? What is the meaning of life? We can help answer those questions. Information is included in our cannon of literature. Hraftzer provides guidance, but we cannot tolerate the sheep culture and lemming mindset that is common in most non-Hraftzer religious groups today (such as Christianity in particular). We encourage people to find their own answers and learn to lead themselves, while at the same time, offering useful suggestions, answers and group solidarity.
Nirvana- We would like to share with others a sense of spiritual contentment that we have discovered which we will call "Nirvana". Once a person connects with a higher spiritual vibration they begin to enter a state of mind of joy and understanding, which we liken to the Eastern Mysticism concept of Nirvana. We believe "heaven" is a state of mind, a way of life. We are not looking to find some joy possibly in the afterlife, but rather to cultivate a proper way of being right now! This state of being then would carry on to any afterlife which exists!
If we want to improve tomorrow we start by fixing things today! We don't sit and wait and hope that after we die suddenly all of our rewards will start gushing in!
How to achieve Nirvana? Meditations (there are several of them) are quite useful, as well as spiritual study (reading about spirituality, philosophies etc.). But above all it is about living the right way and being content with your own actions and community. Many people are unhappy today because they realize that the world is messed up and going over a cliff into a pile of sh*t. Most major religions out there do not make them happy because the religions ring false. They seem to be creating problems rather than solutions (or making excuses).
Once people's lives are in balance by extension the whole world seems to be more balanced. A person must balance their own life, mind and body and through this their influence will radiate out to improve life around them. We encourage interested people to take the time out to learn meditation to explore their own "world view" and spirituality.