Here’s the definition of “religion”, straight from the dictionary:
The belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, esp. a personal God or gods.
Details of belief as taught or discussed.
faith – belief – creed – denomination
And the definition of “craft”:
An activity involving skill in making things by hand.
Use skill in making (something): “he crafted the chair”; “a beautifully crafted object”.
An occupation or trade requiring manual dexterity or skilled artistry.
The membership of such an occupation or trade; guild.
art – skill – trade – artifice – handicraft – vessel
Pretty obvious to me that as Akasha is a craft.
It’s a big difference. Akasha is a path that doesn’t teach you what to think, or what to believe. We don’t ever claim that there are Gods up there in the sky that will wreak vengeance on you if you don’t kowtow to them. And we won’t ever ask you to give us all your money – although that would be nice LOL!
Yep. It’s a craft. If you’re looking for a path that will teach you what to believe, you’ll need to look someplace else. BUT if you’re looking for training that will teach you how to use your mind and body, how to understand the archetypes that religions and cultures have provided for us across the ages, and how to see the patterns that are visible again and again, over and over, in the Universe, then you may have come to the right place.