Jedi's Criticism

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Jedi’s believe in the Force, Their rituals consist of mediation, contemplation, training to become sensitive to the Force’s energy, fluctuations and disturbances. For example, a ritual for Islam is to take a pilgrimage to Mecca. Which is when they go to the birth place of Muhammad to pay respect to him. It is said that Jedi’s must maintain a clear mind on a daily basis. The Jedi have a code, they believe that physical training is just as important as training the mind and spirit. These are a necessity to maintain the Jedi way of life. They are also warriors of peace, they believe that force isn’t needed to resolve a conflict. Instead they resolve conflict through peace, harmony and understanding. Jedi’s are guardians of peace and solution on…show more content…
Something that is set apart is also considered sacred. In Jediism, the master Jedi encourages everyone to study the Star Wars movies for more insight into the religion. The Sacred for Jediism is the Jedi Code, which consist of the four Jedi truths. “There is no emotion, there is peace.” “There is no ignorance, there is knowledge.” “There is no passion, there is serenity.” “There is no death, there is the Force.” Sometimes there is an additional line which is: “There is no chaos, there is harmony.” Which would make that as line four and moves line four to five. This code is the Old Republic Jedi. The Jedi Creed is the code of the New Republic Jedi, led by Luke Skywalker. The Jedi Creed is: “Jedi are Guardians of Peace in the Galaxy. Jedi use their powers to defend and protect, never attack others. Jedi respect all life in any form. Jedi serve others rather than rule over them, for the good of the galaxy. Jedi Seek to improve themselves through knowledge and training.” The Jedi Church has no official doctrine or scripture. The Jedi church recognizes that all living things share a living force. They believe that all people have a natural knowledge of what is right and

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