World Healers League - WHL
Symbolics of the League shall be formed of five-point star as a feature of pentasystem – the symbol of the life area accepted in the modern biophysics. There in the centre of the star is a human figure, which symbolises the so-called “golden mean” ideal (a piece of graphic arts of Leonardo da Vinci “Human Body Proportions”). There in the left part above the human body depicted in the star, is a picture of ancient Egyptian symbol of perpetual life – “Anha”. There in the right part above the human body depicted in the star, is a picture of Sacred Grail – a symbol of spiritual purity, lucidity and altruistic human relations. There in the left part below the human body depicted in the star, is a picture of symbol “Hermes Caducei”, which in esoteric tradition means the bioenergy functioning principle in human microcosm. There in the right part below the human figure depicted in the star, is a picture of sacred rose - a stylised symbol of Rozenkreizers. This rose means the unity of all religions in common synthetic scientific religious education. There below the human figure depicted in the star, is the ancient symbol of the East – “monad”, which means the law of universal integrity and polar principles interaction of the System of Universe. The entire composition symbolises the statement of ancient Greek thinker. philosopher and scientist Protagor (VI century Before Christ): “A human is a criterion for all things – existing existence and non-existent non-existence”. The picture is encircled by two circles where is the text. There in inner circle are the wide known expression in Latin “Mens sana in corpore sano” (in English – “Healthy spirit in healthy body”); “Natura sanat” (In English – “The Nature cures”); “Cura te ipsum” (in English – Cure your own yourself ). There in the upper part of the outer circle is written the name of the society in Latvian – “Vispasaules Dziednieku līga”, in the lower part – in English ‘”World Healers League”.
WORLD HEALERS LEAGUE (WHL)
invites all healers of the world to own ranks;
special Qualification Committee of the WHL performs testing on a regular basis and issues Certificates of international standard with the permit to practice all over the world;
establishes branches of the WHL in every country of the world;
collects and systemizes the world experience in healing and traditional folk medicine;
places data about its members with the World Register of Healers and on its Internet page;
holds international forums and arranges trips to "Places of Force";
confers special awards "for outstanding services in field of healing";
invites the allied organizations and individuals concerned to co-operation;
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CHARTER of Society “WORLD HEALERS LEAGUE”
Chapter 1. Name of the Society
1.1. Name of the Company shall be “VISPASAULES DZIEDNIEKU LĪGA”, abbreviated – “VDzL” (hereinafter referred to as the “League”, translation to English shall be “WORLD HEALERS LEAGUE”, abbreviated – “WHL”, name in Russian – «ВсемирнаяЛига целителей», abbreviated - «ВЛЦ».
Chapter 2. Business Objective
2.1. The League shall be a professional association, operational objective of which shall be to unite healers, doctors, clergy representatives, eniologists, psychologists, astrologers, valeologists and other experts on various sciences, who practice both in the Republic of Latvia and abroad, in order to further achievement of the long-lasting development targets in improvement of the society and arrangement of the spiritual, moral and social life of the society.
Chapter 3. Term of the Society
3.1. The society is founded for unlimited term.
Chapter 5. Business Territory
5.1. The League shall carry out their work all over the world.
Chapter 10. Structural Units of the Society
10.1. Members of the Board by decision of the Meeting may establish their territorial and other structural units.
10.2. Regulations on the structural unit to be approved by the meeting of the members of the League shall regulate work, rights and obligations of the structural units as well as their relations with the League.
Chapter 11. Regulations on Admittance and Withdrawal of the Members
11.1. Any individual or entity, which has an interest in the successful work of the League may become a member of the League.
11.2. In order to become a member of the League a candidate shall submit to the Secretary of the Council an application according to the approved form. Secretary of the Council shall summarise the documents and shall during a week submit those to the Council of the League for consideration.
11.3. Application of candidate to the League shall be considered at the next meeting of the Council but during a month at the latest after submit of all the required documents. The candidate shall be invited to the meeting of the Council where the candidate’s application is considered as well as he/she shall be ensured with opportunity to share his/her opinion. Absence of the candidate shall not be the obstacle to making a decision by the Council. The Council shall make decision by open voting. The well-grounded decision of the Council shall be informed to the candidate during a week after it is made.
11.4. The Candidate may appeal to the General Meeting of the members against the negative decision of the Council. Should the General Meeting of the members also rejects the candidate’s application, the candidate shall not be admitted to the members of the League, this candidate may submit repeated application upon expiration of a year at the soonest.
11.5. Should the Council or General Meeting of the Members makes the decision to admit the candidate to the members of the League, the new member shall pay the entrance fee in the amount and within the term specified by the Council. The entrance fee and annual membership fee shall be paid in full during 2 (two) months before regular General Meeting. The Council of the League shall by the registered letter, remind to particular member of the League about unpaid annual membership fee or any other unfulfilled obligations to the League.
11.6. The Council may expel a member of the League from the League for the following violations:
11.6.1. unpaid entrance fee and/or membership fee;
11.6.2. non-fulfilment of decisions made by the General Meeting and the Council;
11.6.3. non-fulfilment of own duties and undertaken obligations;
11.6.4. non-fulfilment of the “Solemn Word of the Healer” of the League;
11.6.5. violation of the “Healer’s Ethics Code” of the League;
11.6.6. other activities contradicting this Charter.
11.7. The Council shall consider the matter on expel of the member of the League at the next meeting inviting the member to be expelled and providing him/her opportunity to share his/her opinion. Absence of the member (without valid proving document) shall not be the reason for decision making by the Council. The Council shall inform the well-grounded decision to the member to be expelled during five days after it was made.
11.8. Decision of the Council about expel of the member may be appealed against to the General Meeting of the members of the League. Decision of the General Meeting of the members of the League may be appealed against to the Congress of the members of the League.
Chapter 12. Rights and Obligations of the Members
12.1. Members of the League shall have the following rights:
12.1. to take part in management of the League in the order set forth by the Charter;
12.2. to receive information about work of the League including to study minutes, decisions and orders of all bodies of the League;
12.1.3. to take part in all events arranged by the League, to give suggestions on work of the League and improvements thereof, to defend own opinion;
12.1.4. to be engaged in other democratic organisations;
12.1.5. to withdraw from the League freely by submitting a written application to the Council.
12.2. Obligations of the members of the League shall be as follows:
12.2.1. to observe the Charter of the League and fulfil decision of the General Meeting and the Council;
12.2.3. to meet requirements in the “Solemn Word of the Healer” of the League;
12.2.4. to meet requirements in the “Healer’ s Ethics Code” of the League;
12.2.5. to pay regularly the membership fee, to make payments for the certificate, certification and registration within the terms and in the amounts specified by the Council of the League;
11.2.6. by own active participation, to support fulfilment of the objective and tasks of the League;
11.2.7. treat highly he good name of the League and do not allow any activity, which may ruin image of the League in the public.