We are an inter-spiritual organization, embracing people of many different backgrounds. Our vision of God/Goddess/Source/Great Mystery is that of a loving, infinite, co-creative presence that answers to many different names, and can be found by many different paths. Our root doctrine is our 21 Tzaddi Principles, laid down by our founders to guide us in embodying the “open door of love” that was the first incarnation of Tzaddi, in keeping with 1st Corinthians 12: There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. There are different kinds of working, but the same God works through all of them in all people.
We welcome you to join us for worship, which in our tradition can include a variety of activities, including prayer, meditation, spiritual growth and development, and service. We gather in the spirit of love. We hold worship services open to the public in a variety of formats and locations. For many of us, our spirituality is explored through psychic, subtle, causal, and nondual energy experiences, sometimes referred to as “mystical” or “metaphysical” experiences.
Tzaddi hosts a seminary with formation programs to train our clergy. Much of our curriculum is posted for free on this web site, and much of the programs can be completed from the comfort of your home using the internet and teleconferencing for your faculty tutorials and long-distance gatherings with other students and community members.
Tzaddi is a spiritual vibration that first came through Amy Kees, and exists now for you and all of us who are drawn to it, to assist us in our spiritual growth and development. As human beings we can experience a continuum of consciousness, from the dense to the refined. The spiritual path is the progression toward a fuller realization and expression of our divinity, our greatest potential. This pure energy is an ongoing, revelatory experience; it may be revealed to us through our workplaces, our families, in nature, and in other settings; it does not depend upon any particular ritual or on being in a particular building; it does not require us to be “religious” or affiliated with any particular religion; it is always waiting for us to recognize it within ourselves and others; and it rewards us amply with its presence when we create a space for receiving it.
Please see our Calendar for in-person, teleconference, and other gatherings.
Please note that there is no public reception in our office; if you would like to contact us, please use the contact form on this web site. Thank you!