The Australian Spiritual Alliance (Alliance / ASA), was specifically established to recognise, acknowledge and advocate on behalf of members, being Adults operating independently or as a Group being genuine providers of intuitive spiritual goods and services in the community.
This objective includes the intuitive forms of Health services including Natural and Indigenous Therapies, Traditional and Complimentary Medicine, Spiritual Research and Investigation, Intuitive Healers and Readers, Teachers and Facilitators who provide guidance and assistance to enable a person to develop at their own pace without fear and have a stable and holistic balance of Body, Mind and Spirit, knowing there is an afterlife and communication between spirits occurs.
The ASA by its Aims and Objectives do not cause a conflict with any other intuitive organisation or group and actually encourages and seeks their co-operation.
Currently the Fraternity being as independent as it is includes intuitive goods and service providers operating as Sole Traders, Groups or Businesses who must declare they operate “For Entertainment Purposes” and support themselves in any legal dealings with Branches of Government such as –
* Health Complaints Commission (HCCC)
* Consumer Protection Laws (DFT)
* Workplace Health and Safety Laws (WorkCover)
* ACCC , TGA, etc.
*any Legal matters, including Child Care Standards and Health and Safety.
Under most circumstances an intuitive operator confronted with any legal issues would need good and appropriate advice, a healthy bank balance and alternate income source –
be prepared, proactive and forearmed by being a member of the ASA.
Membership of the ASA changes these circumstances to the point that when a member expresses their Membership of the ASA, before they provide any intuitive service or activity, the member – no longer does so for entertainment purposes.
The Spiritual Fraternity for many years has been overlooking the fundamental criteria that Spirituality is the back-bone of life and most faith based organisations and has been so for many years.
A coordinated cohesive fraternity is able to deal with the above criticisms and raise the level of community, political and legal trust and respect. The ASA by having a Statement of Faith in it’s Constitution is able to do just that. There is solidarity and strength in numbers.
“We will not impose our way of life but we will shine for others to follow”