Wayism is the lifestyle Path that combines sacred Knowledge, Spiritual Awareness, a Benevolent mind and a Lifestyle of Healing and Happiness.

The earliest traces of Wayist philosophy are seen in the ancient Upanishadic era, several thousand years ago. During the later era of 500 BCE, we see the Socratic and Platonic school of Greece, Siddhartha Gautama (who became a Buddha after enlightenment) and LaoTzi from China (Tao te Ching / Daodejing) explaining core principles that became a hallmark of 1st century AD Wayism as expounded by Jesus.

It was not until the 1st century that the philosophy of The Way came to full bloom in West and East. During this era Jesus was going about from Egypt to India to teach The Way. The Bhagavad Gita (Hindu) and several Mahayana (Buddhist) schools embraced the teaching of The Way and named their schools of thought along those lines: 8-fold Way of Siddartha, 4-fold Way of Yoga in the Gita, The Way and its Virtues (Tao te Ching / Daodejing), and more.

Besides those who self-identify as Wayists in the ancient tradition, outside of organized religion, Wayists are also found within Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism and Taoism / Daoism. Wayism is the core upon which organized religions built their empires.

Waysim was originally intended (and very successful) as a reformation movement. It spurred reformations in Judaism (Christianity), and Buddhism (Mahayana) and Hinduism (Bhakti movement).  

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For more information on the Wayist teaching of the 2nd coming of Jesus Christ as Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara in c.78AD see the book by Jean du Plessis, Universal Gateway of Enlightenment

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