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Principles and convictions aren’t working

History proves that civilizations have been forged upon blood, wars and violence at the expense of ideologies, religions and acquisition of power. On the other hand, there’s the idea of lives being taken in the name of a good cause: for the conquest of freedom or the vindication of principles. Even though they seek and believe it to bring inner peace, grace or what they want out of life, many people’s convictions prevent them from finding harmony with their fellow man or with their world at large.

A solution for peace

Many ideologies and religions don’t create consensus most of the time, then a practical solution to make it happen would be unifying all perspectives. The Five Elements can help you establish accord and agreement in your inner being, and thus lead to more positive energy in your life and outlook on the world.

Building blocks of the Universe

The Five Elements are earth, water, fire, air and galaxy. With them, every object around you can be considered or classified. A common factor that runs through these elements are their permanence, as they are beyond the touch or change of humans. Because of this, they form the very basic building block of the universe.

Unifying Factors

As human beings we breathe the same air, drink the same water, use the same fire, step on the same land and live in the same universe. These are unifying factors. We weren’t born dressed, with a job, knowing ten languages…we were born as equals, and without these Five Elements the vastness of the universe wouldn’t be possible.


The Five Elements of nature don’t discriminate, impose or kill anyone on the basis of religion, race, education, politics, sexual preference or financial status. They are there for us, and it’s our purpose as an organization to teach you how to live happily, without remorse, and above all, to make you believe in yourself and help others do the same.

The Five Elements and Religious/Non-religious groups

What is religion?

Religion has been defined as the relation of human beings to God or the gods or to whatever the individual or group considers sacred. Religious beliefs are eons old, and archaeological evidence suggests that religious beliefs have existed since the first human communities. The beliefs are generally shared by a group and they express communal culture and values through myth, doctrine and ritual. Worship is probably the most basic element of religion, but moral conduct, “right” belief and participation in religious institutions also constitute elements of religious life.

Today, religious ideas and practices permeate all dimensions of society. Religion, or opposition to it, affects the way that people think and act with respect to practically every part of the human experience.

  • It has affected the policies of nations, leading them to adopt religious monarchies, state churches, “faith-based initiatives,” or separation of church and state.
  • It influences some people to practice pacifism and others to wage holy war.
  • It affects the positions that people take on ethical and political issues, such as abortion, stem-cell research, cloning, gay marriage, and euthanasia.
  • It affects some people’s ability to accept scientific theories, such as evolution.
  • It dictates whether to have sex and with whom to have it.
  • It promotes a variety of dietary practices, such as fasting for Lent, keeping kosher, using Hallal meat, or practicing vegetarianism.
  • It produces certain economic activities, such as shopping for Christmas, closing banks on Sunday, or following Islamic lending practices.
  • It promotes certain physical regimens, such as practicing yoga or meditating to relieve stress or lower blood pressure.
  • It affects the way that some parents educate their children, for example in home schools, parochial schools, or church-related colleges and universities.
  • It has moved some people to treat the earth with respect as a goddess, and others to hold it in contempt.

Religions also attempt to answer basic questions relating to the human condition, such as: Why do we suffer? Why is there evil in the world? What happens to us when we die? They answer these questions through the relationship to the sacred or supernatural or through perception of the true nature of reality.

Some religions are outwardly focused,  while some are inwardly focused.

There are also several different kinds of non-religions, which do not have a common belief in a god or God.

“The five elements of nature is beyond faith and beliefs”

The Five Elements Om Viewpoint

The Five Elements Om perspective on religion

Five Elements Om has it’s own perspective about religion. Even when ideology and religion could be conceptualized separately, we do think that there is one defining supra-ideology which emerged from historical facts: religion is divisive and partial; it excludes what’s different even when it’s so diverse at the same time.

Opposite points of view leads to exclusion

We believe religion as a whole will not disappear. Religion has become a lasting tradition, and it seems that human beings have embraced it in order to find a solution to misfortunes, explain baffling events, or even form communities. Nevertheless, each religion disregards opposite points of views, which means that other people can’t be accepted if they don’t share the same values.

The Five Elements Om worldview

We are not against any religious groups or even non-religious groups. We believe in the Five Elements of nature, and we have the belief that everyone has the right to practice and rely on any kind of creed if and only if that experience makes them good individuals, and to gives them the ability to pursue a healthy and happy life.

On the other hand, a member doesn’t need to be a believer in the Five Elements to get help from our organization. The Five Elements follow a technologically advanced way of lifestyle, suited to the 21st century. We are practical people. We don’t mix with politics, religion or economics. This is a non-profit organization that is intended purely to help the unfortunate (like homeless and orphans) to achieve their goals.

We welcome all those who believe in our principle, as well as ones who disagree with us.

Our Creed

We in Five Elements Om agree with the group of believers above partly and we have a clear path compare to the above groups.

1)      We don’t believe in religion or God

2)      We believe in Nature and nature create us

3)      Therefore, we worship the Five Elements (Air, Galaxy, Earth, Fire, Water)

4)      We or any living soul will not be on this planet earth without the Five Elements.

5)      We will protect the Nature for our future generation.

These are the five basic tenets of Five Elements OM