more towards spiritual purification than physical, as only a pure soul can aspire to get redemption, and be bestowed with eternal bliss. The concept of a life after death would exist in this religion, as without it, the meaning of life in this world becomes vague and futile. All the followers of this religion would have to strive to attain the highest form of purity in order to attain peace and salvation. Therefore, it would be more of an independent and solitary act than a group effort. There would be no political or religious hierarchy in this religion; that is, no concept of a Father or Pope or any clergy acting on behalf of the followers; rather, there would be a direct connection between the follower and God, and each man would be directly responsible for his acts. If some one has wronged another human being, he can only be pardoned if he seeks forgiveness from the victim; no one else can absolve him, and there would be no confesstionals like in Christianity. . However, the act of self purity would not extend to the limits of not hurting other creatures and even insects, the way it is practiced in the extreme form of Buddhism. This concept would be essentially spiritual in nature.
For this purpose, the stress would be on meditation as a daily ritual. This would be mandatory on all followers, as without regular meditation, the followers would be at a risk of being consumed into the attractions and waywardness of this world. A constant practice of meditation would free their minds of all the bonds of this world, and would remind them of their true purpose; that of attaining purity and salvation. However, the exact form of meditation would be left up to the discretion of the followers, as it is