Every individual has a divine aspect to themselves, and in the practice of Viadescioism, we work on bringing that out. We refer to this divine aspect as a Skadayamasa. All entities and constructs have a Skadayamasa but have not connected to a quite yet. This connection can be facilitated by honoring the divine aspect of the individual as you would another divinity.

This form of autotheism is present inside Viadescioism, which allows individuals to recognize the divinity inside of themselves and honor it as well. This form of divine realization is not done in an egotistical way and is a way of understanding the aspect of you and how you can connect to existence. The understanding of your divinity is not meant for you to demand worship. Still, it allows you to connect to your divine self by finding your aesthetic, value, connections, and what you have power over to empower the whole of your being.

The uniqueness of individuals allows their essence to be expressed in exciting ways, especially when it is put to its maximum. Express your being and the potential of your dreams in its most essential form and honor it. You’re an aspect of existence connecting back to your divine nature by understanding what you are connected to. Create your correspondences like you see the divines have so you can realize your true authentic self and come into that shape.

Practitioners may choose to construct a Divinity altar from which your divinity can come and permeate. This would be filled with connected things and would be a placed order for you to get in touch with your divinity. You would be able to construct one of these altars anywhere, and it could become a very important part of your practice.

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