Our Philosophy

Divine Transformation is a contemporary applied religious philosophy that teaches the principles for living a better life, starting today. We promote the beautiful truth that everything you need to lead the life you desire is available to you.

At the core of our philosophy you’ll find timeless spiritual truths portrayed in a manner that can be easily understood, remembered, and acted upon.

One of our guiding principles are just these few simple words:

You will find what you are looking for

This might sound like hopeful sentiment, but it is meant in a practical and realistic sense. Science informs us that our subconscious mind filters much distraction from our conscious awareness, because it has to. And thus we don’t “see” many things until we start specifically looking for them. Every one of us can raise our awareness and discover a better world. It exists all around us right now. What are you looking for in this life? Do your actions support that?

In this life, the lucky people are on fire with a creative project. Fulfilling it is their heart’s desire. They proceed with enthusiasm and the full knowledge that any resources they need will be found along the way. After all, life is but a game, a treasure hunt and a great adventure. Attitude and level of awareness are the only real limiting factors.

In many legacy religious faiths, the focus is on prayer in it’s dictionary sense, a request for help from a God or object of worship. Adherents pray on schedule in a comforting ritual, but the results vary.

In our philosophy we believe strongly in prayer, but prayer in the literal sense. If we are spirits in physical bodies, then our prayer is the movement of spirit through our physical form. In other words, our thoughts turned into actions. Our thoughts are firmly within our own control, and our actions determine everything. And thus another one of our guiding principles is easily understood:

Your actions are your prayers

What exactly are your praying for? Are your actions aligned with your goals, and are your goals supported by your thoughts and feelings?

What is the best thing you could accomplish in this life?

Are you working on that now?