Zélia de Toledo Piza       

Eubiose is not a new religion, nor a new philosophy. The meaning of the name can give an idea of his cover: "I," Greek prefix, means "good." "I" in Portuguese, in the philosophical sense, means the higher conscience of the person, the eternal part of the being. "Bios" means "life." So Eubiose would be the search of a method of life that may allow the expansion of the "I" interior, with freedom to think and act. It is the science of "good living".

The true practitioner of Eubiose is eclectic, analogist and syncretistic.

Eclectic because he listens, studies and analyzes all the points made in the mental field.

Analogical because makes comparisons within a single branch of knowledge and between the several branches.

Syncretistic because it brings together knowledge structures, forming a comprehensive and rich synthesis.

Eubiose is based in the Eastern tradition, also known as the Wisdom Initiation of the Ages, which, in turn, has its roots in the revelations made by extraordinary beings that have emerged over time, such as Rama, Vyasa, Patanjali, Krishna, Lao Tse, Moises, Buddha, Mohammed, Christ and others. When we make a study of these revelations, we see that they form the basis of all religions and philosophies. The differences existing today are the result of interpretations made by the founders of various sects and schools. But all contain, even if covertly, the same basis, the Truth Capital.

To base itself Eubiose makes use of science, mythology, religion, philosophy, trying to cover everything that has already been couched by the human thought.

Following the science, it is faced with many conclusions that are already part of the context of The Initiation Wisdom of the Ages. The teachings of this ancient tradition are lost in the mists of time and the confirmations are spread across the globe. It demonstrates that the unity and universality of the symbols written in indelible characters in the remoter regions of Asia, Africa, Europe, America, Oceania. The one who has been entered in the study of sciences such as archeology, sees the same truths in the ruins of Palenque, in the Yucatan, in the ones of Luxor, Egypt, the pagodas carved in the bowels of the rocks in India and in the inscriptions found in the Mediterranean, the giants of Easter Island, in different regions of Brazil, including in the Midwest ("Chapada dos Guimarćes", "Serra do Roncador", etc.)..

Following the mythologies, the Eubiose studies and compares them all and see the same myths, the same symbols, and the expression of the same truths.

Taking a comparative analysis of all religions, the Eubiose observes and demonstrates that they all contain one and the same doctrine. For example, we see that all religions speak of a Divine Trinity: 




 Holy Spirit

















 Brazilian Indians:




All of them affirm that there is a primordial unity which breaks down in that agenda - the One-Triune concept expressed in the Initiation Wisdom of the Ages.

There are other examples that show that there is a unity of doctrine, only men interpret differently these mysteries and form dogmas. In reaching this conclusion, the Eubiose respects all religions of the world.

In the philosophy it studies the philosophical concepts of all times until the present, seeing that they also coincide.

The Eubiose is completely free from any dogmatism. The mental attitude of the disciple must be the one of the scientist, that is, the revelations presented should be accepted as hypothetical assumptions to be submitted to research until they can be approved, disapproved or replaced. The student must suspend any judgment until, by his own training, develop the ability to discover the facts by himself.

The technology has reached a lush degree of development because the men of science have discovered laws governing the phenomena of nature. The same applies to the student of Eubiose, he should try to discover the laws governing the universe and the effect of these laws in him, except that, instead of investigating in the laboratory, out of himself, he becomes in the laboratory and in the investigator.

The Eubiose teaches that man possesses within him latent energies that should be awakened by special processes.

In the next article we will present the process that Eubiose proposes for the inner development of the human being.