The members of Temple of Nature believe in the privilege of all people to seek and follow that which is right in their own conscience, including personal beliefs and practices. We understand that membership in the Temple of Nature does not require exclusivity – members may belong to such other Churches, Covens, Circles, Groves, etc. as they find appropriate.
The belief system of the Temple of Nature is based not on one tradition but on a composite system of spiritual and magical beliefs resting firmly on this four pillars:
* Ancient Wisdom and New Understanding: we encourage the study of ancient texts looking for new/contemporary ways to apply the wisdom they contain.
* Research of Primitive Cultures: we respectfully study indigenous cultures to expand our comprehension of the web of life.
* East/West Approach: we study the spiritual philosophies and magickal practices of Eastern cultures as well as the arts and sciences preserved by Western Esotericism to incorporate in everyday life the most useful resources to enhance personal development and improve our quality of life.
* Experimental Work: we encourage practical application of theoretical study. Through constant experimentation new understanding arise.