Josef Zezulka
Josef Zezulka


New Registered Spiritual-Religious Society

The number of state-registered churches and religious societies has increased. Thus one of Josef Zezulka´s wishes, unrealizable in his day, has come true.

In life, we experience only a few fundamental events. The first meeting with the spiritual teacher Josef Zezulka, the first public speech and founding of the Spiritual University Bytí, and today, the establishment of The Society of Josef Zezulka as a registered spiritual-religious society. I thank God that I could have been “there” together with you.

The Society of Josef Zezulka is a spiritual-religious society of a new type, working for the benefit of the whole biosphere. Its spiritual teaching is based on the work of a bringer Josef Zezulka (he was born on the 30th March, 1912 in Brno – died on the 13th December, 1992 in Prague) who was the founder of a new healing discipline biotronics and the author of the life philosophy of Existence, i.e. the philosophical-spiritual teaching of a new kind. The Society of Josef Zezulka aims to present and clarify the philosophy of Existence and biotronics in a way that Josef Zezulka had adopted and presented, and thus to realize and fulfil his legacy.

Tomáš Pfeiffer
Tomáš Pfeiffer

Mission of the Spiritual-Religious Society and Basic Articles of its Faith:

The mission of this spiritual-religious society is to fulfil freedom of thought, conscience and religion through spreading, practical fulfilment and realization of the modern philosophical-spiritual teaching brought by Josef Zezulka; namely by means of spiritual-religious service, teaching, education, spiritual-religious acts and other suitable ways.
The beginning of the Society falls into a period when the spiritual teaching bringer, Josef Zezulka, went through his spiritual awakening, that is during the time period following 1945. Soon thereafter the secret teaching of the first spiritual groups had begun.
Within the lectures, gatherings and other events of the Spiritual University Bytí, the modern philosophical-spiritual teaching – philosophy of Existence – and biotronics have been presented in public since 1994 by the sanator Tomáš Pfeiffer, the disciple and sole entrusted follower of the bringer J. Zezulka. A regular part of spiritual gatherings is a spiritual ceremony, benediction by the philosophical-spiritual teaching representative – sanator. The traditional culmination of year-long spiritual events is the annual pilgrimage to Říp Mountain on the Day of the Open Heaven – the 30th March, regarded by the spiritual-religious society as the supreme spiritual holiday of the year. The pilgrimage has already been taking place since 1995 with a high number of pilgrims. A part of the Day of the Open Heaven is a spiritual ceremony, prayer and benediction to all people present and to everything that exists and does not exist. Blessing married couples and newborns' baptism are included in the spiritual ceremony on a regular basis.
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The Society is open to all who are interested in the life philosophy of Existence, brought by the founder of the spiritual teaching Josef Zezulka.
The Society presents the teaching at lectures and spiritual gatherings, open to those who want to educate themselves in the spiritual teaching and explore a spiritual journey in terms of the life philosophy of Existence. It is up to the free will of the listeners how often they participate in the spiritual gatherings.
Education in the spiritual teaching is organized within the spiritual educational system called the Spiritual University Bytí, aka DUB which is the Czech acronym. Level zero DUB is open to the general public. Applicants for first level DUB membership are supposed to have gained a well-grounded understanding of brotherhood and compassion for lower creatures, both through reason and emotion, together with vegetarianism resulting therefrom.
After an interview with the sanator which may be arranged at the DUB lecture, follows a ceremonial oath of a first level listener on Říp Mountain, held on the Day of the Open Heaven on the 30th March every year.
Should you wish to express your belonging to The Society of Josef Zezulka, you may register. You may find the form here, or at Tomáš Pfeiffer´s lectures.

Registered Address of the Spiritual-Religious Society:

Společenství Josefa Zezulky
sanátor Tomáš Pfeiffer

Soukenická 1190/21, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
Tel.: +420 222 311 141
e-mail: sjz@dub.cz

Územní společenství

  • Praha
  • Plzeň
  • České Budějovice
  • Brno
  • Ostrava

Místní společenství

  • Hradec Králové
  • Chomutov
  • Teplice
  • Turnov
  • Karlovy Vary
  • Klatovy
  • Ostrov
  • Jindřichův Hradec
  • Jihlava
  • Kroměříž
  • Prostějov
  • Třebíč
  • Vyškov
  • Znojmo
  • Frýdek-Místek
  • Valašské Meziříčí
  • Olomouc
  • Zlín

Výroční zpráva SJZ 2015
Výroční zpráva SJZ 2016
Výroční zpráva SJZ 2017
Výroční zpráva SJZ 2018
Výroční zpráva SJZ 2019
Výroční zpráva SJZ 2020
Výroční zpráva SJZ 2021

kontakt: email: sjz@dub.cz, tel.: 732 963 808

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