The Straight Path
The term Straight Path can be found, among other sources, in Tao Te Ching (53), in the New Testament (2 Peter 2:15), in the Quran (2:136, 2:257, 2:266, 28:50), in the Teachings of Buddhism, and in the Teachings of Sathya Sai [8 and others]. These words imply the possibility for the fastest realization of the Creator’s Intention for every one of us. This Intention can be expressed in the clearest and most concise way by the words of Jesus Christ: “… be perfect, as your Heavenly Father is perfect” (Matthew 5:48).
All those, who are involved — in one way or another — in the theme of spiritual development, should remember that an ethical component is the basis for this development. You can find abundant information about this in [8-9], among other books, and in other materials that are mentioned at the end of this publication.
Now let us focus on the intellectual interpretation of the term Straight Path and on the psychoenergetical component of spiritual work.