Alignment Rule Set

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An Alignment Rule Set (ARS) is a collection of rules and guidelines designed to help a Physical Unit achieve and maintain alignment with Highest Self, despite "as yet" being in a state of disconnection.<ref>Sosteric, Mike. Lightning Path Workbook Three - Connection. Vol. 3. Lightning Path Workbook Series. St. Albert, Alberta: Lightning Path Press, 2017. The Lightning Path Alignment Rule Set (LPARS) specifies Right Action, Right Environment, and Right Thought as a critical foundations for the aligned existence necessary if one is to achieve strong and persistent Connection.

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Related Terms

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Many ARSs exist. The Christian Ten Commandments, the Buddhist Eight Fold Path, and LP admonishments to Right Action, Right Thought, and Right Environment are all alignment rule sets.

The New Testament Colossians contains some alignment guidance. Colossians 4: 18- seems a patriarchal, classist, and sexist ad on uncharacteristic of Christ's egalitarian and antiauthoritarian perspective.

The Qur'an has its own alignment rules sets, what it calls a "covenant." E.g., "Worship none but Allah. treat with kindness your parents and kindred, and orphans and those in need; speak fair to the people; be steadfast in prayer; and practise regular charity." (Qur,an 2: 83-84).

In traditional native cultures, like the ??? of Mexico, alignment rules may be understood, but simply not written down. For example, when discussing the use of

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