The Discipline of the Way
A Discipline of mind and body, which is said to pierce the Veil to see the non/reality beneath the world as it is, might be, or should be, rooted in, and transcending, all aspects of urXron: the physical, ru, and uru. Practitioners, called students of the Way, are usually individual or small groups of wanderers, or are gathered in communities of fellow students, called chapters. (Practitioners are commonly referred to as monks, though this strictly refers to the members of specifically ascetic communities.) Chapters often provide general education in basic literacy and numeracy to the lay public.
The “Mother Chapter”, is the great Temple-City of Lhangsahm, situated in a high mountain country.
Within the overall practice of the Way, there are four teaching traditions.
Having now covered all the Great Disciplines, proceed to some Miscellania.
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