About The Low Door

The Method

The aim of this spiritual path is to revive, in a new form and above all, one suitable for practical use, the Great Wisdom of the ancient mysteries, that is, true Knowledge, the knowledge that is able to help us rediscover the hidden and still untapped power within us.

We are speaking of a virtually unlimited power that enables us to gain wealth, health, peace of mind and the achievement of goals that were previously thought to be unattainable.

To rediscover the power in us, we need to expand our knowledge, and, in fact, the Low Door method is based on activating the archetypes, the universal codes of living, on expanding knowledge, the knowledge that is needed to use the innate power that each of us possesses.

How can we expand our knowledge through the Low Door method?
It is achieved through storytelling and through seeing specific symbolic images.

In fact, storytelling combined with the visual imagery, gently removes the veils that obscure knowledge and brings out the memory of Truth, thus triggering inner awakening and the transformation of the mind.
We are then able to understand the laws and principles that govern the life of the universe, the knowledge of which is essential to knowing how to use our innate power. Rhonda Byrne upholds this in The Secret, and the law she speaks of is just one of the twenty-three teachings contained in the Low Door that complete the Great Secret.
If knowledge is to be well established in the mind, these laws and principles need to be applied on a daily basis, which is the practical work that Gurdjieff speaks of.

Why are images and storytelling so important?
Cicero summed up the potential of images well by saying: «Memory retains possession of what is heard or thought much more easily when their sensations enter the brain with the help of sight. In this way, representation by images and symbols concretizes abstract and invisible things so effectively, that concrete images practically allow us to see what we are unable to perceive by thought alone».

Storytelling, just as images, allows us to approach a subject on different planes simultaneously, the material, mental and spiritual ones, thus enabling us to apprehend knowledge that would normally be precluded to us.

Why should a spiritual path also lead to a change of the mind?
Because it teaches the mind how to get rid of fears, how not to lie, but to embrace the soul and regain its full creative power.

What is the subject of the story that forms the basis of the Low Door Path?
The story devised by Violet Ross is a journey that unfolds within a house, the house on the hill, where each room contains an important Truth.

As we visit each room we understand who we are, why we were born and how the Universe works. Only those who know the mechanisms that govern life can have the power to change their reality into good.
The story features a man in search of himself and the meaning to give life, but it is a woman who helps the protagonist find the answers he had long been searching for.
Violet believes that men have always responded to the practical necessities of life, competing and excelling, and have developed their rational side more, neglecting their intuitive side.
In doing so, they have silenced their spirituality.

Violet’s invitation to seek change is directed at them, first and foremost, certain that, as she states: “when they decide to rediscover their spirituality, men are able to do it in a profound way and are willing to ‘change their objectives’ and create a world of peace”.
Women, on the other hand, by their nature, because they are also mothers, have always been closer to the sacred, to the divine, and have preserved over the centuries a greater capacity for insight, to “see beyond”.
However, Violet argues: “Women today are often forced by the ruthlessly competitive world of work to change their true nature and masculinize themselves and are losing the sense of the sacred. Therefore, they need to rediscover their role as bearers of empathy, of that spiritual awareness and social skill, which is an important instrument given to human beings so that they can become, every day, the best version of themselves”, and that is also why she created the Low Door method.
Therefore, it is especially up to the woman to take over this important role to give birth to the new man, that is, he who, by the fact of having ‘changed his objectives’ will become conscious, responsible for himself and capable of creating a world of peace”.

How do we use the Low Door Method?
The Low Door Method can be carried out in two ways:

1 – By reading the three books entitled The Low Door Method”.
In this case, however, there is no access to the support of the images created by Violet, which can converse with our subconscious mind better than any other medium.
In the first volume we will learn about the Beyond, our origin, our essence and the purpose for which we are born.
In the second volume we will learn seven Universal Laws. By applying these, we can reprogramme our minds, freeing ourselves from the mechanics of unconsciousness.
In the third volume, finally, we will learn five Universal Principles and three Universal Laws. By putting them into practice we can truly transform our reality.

2 – Through the interactive Web app, using the link: www.thelowdoor.com
In this case, the basic narrative of the Path is developed through 24 film clips. Here, a narrative voice will lead us from room to room, and the highly evocative images created by Violet will enhance our understanding of the Truths revealed.
Again in the latter case the method is always structured as an interactive game in which we will go through three stages of transformation from becoming Beginner to Disciple and finally Master, the Master of ourselves, of course. As we follow the narrative and answer the questions we will be asked, we will find what we have long been seeking: the power to change our reality.


1 – The hermetic Doctrine
The author drew inspiration for the project from the Hermetic doctrine, considering it to be the source of true knowledge. It is contained in the writings of Hermes Trismegistus, a doctrine that has always subtly accompanied the history of mankind and that cyclically returns to man’s attention, strangely enough, when spirituality is lost.
The origin of this higher knowledge goes back to the origins of humanity, and so the ability to understand the Truth seems to be innate, part of being human.
Several people have been able to recognize it in themselves, use it on themselves and tried to spread it – Rama, Krishna, Zoroaster, Hermes Trismegistus, Moses, Orpheus, Pythagoras, and even Jesus Christ, Mohammed, Buddha – so many agents, so many different faces who advocated the same Truth, the same basic thought, interpreting it each in their own way, that is, in the best possible way to reach the consciences of the people of their time.
It is a powerful and transforming thought that makes “the invisible visible”, in fact, aimed at inner awakening but also at the development of conscious intelligence, as said by Marcus Aurelius, Seneca and Cornelius Agrippa.
It is a Unitarian doctrine, meaning that it is based on the sense of Universal Unity as understood by Pythagoras, Parmenides, Plato, Plotinus, Heraclitus, and Aristotle.
But it is also science as Giordano Bruno, Paracelsus, Niccolò Cusano understood. In fact, quantum physics today confirms all the knowledge of this doctrine, the term doctrine meaning knowledge.

2 – Quantum physics and its reinterpretations
Carlo Rovelli’s view of the universe and theories on how to understand what we have never seen.

3 – Alchemical thinking
Alchemy in the sense of the thinking that leads to the transmutation of man into gold, that is, it shows the method and the instruments man needs to become the best version of himself, as Salvatore Brizzi says today.

4 – The spiritual tradition of the here and now
A union between Zen Buddhism, Christianity, Sufism, Hinduism, modern psychology, philosophy, mindfulness and thinkers such as Jiddu Krishnamurti, Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle, Carl Gustav Jung and James Hillman.

5 – The personal development and self-help theories of Milton H. Erikson and Tony Robbins

6 – The Art of Memory
The art of memory, also called the Technique of Loci, or Method of Travel, or even Palace of Memory is an imaginative technique known to the ancient Greeks and Romans and described by Frances Yates in her book The Art of Memory.
Through this technique, the subject memorizes the structure of a building composed of a number of loci and stores information in each of these compartments, creating an image that relates the element to remember to a precise feature of the corresponding place.
In daily life, for example to solve a problem, when we need to retrieve some of that information, it is achieved by “walking” between the loci in search of the desired element.
This path unfolds as a story, a narrative that, as it passes from room to room, it triggers correspondences and similarities between the different information stored in the mental palace and what we are looking for.
From the analogies found, new Truths emerge, new visions of reality, expanding our awareness and problem-solving ability.

7 – Esotericism in images of Dalì and De Chirico
Most of Dali’s paintings, particularly his later ones, such as for example Corpus Hypercubus of 1954, and De Chirico’s metaphysical paintings are imbued with a very strong esoteric meaning expressed in a highly symbolic language. At first glance, these mages seem to contradict reality, instead, on closer inspection, they describe the world and man with the clarity of a mirror. They overturn common logic and, in doing so, act like paradoxes that call deep truths to mind, by forcing us to reason deductively, but through contrast.

The Author: Violet Ross

It is not who I am that is interesting, but what I think” says the author of this incredible method of inner growth, and the thinking Violet refers to was formed through a long comparative analysis of history, anthropology, alchemy, philosophy, esoteric doctrines, theosophy, quantum science and noetics.

Her method based on the comparison of religious traditions, philosophies and modern science, led her to the recovery of a unified basis of knowledge on which she founded the Lower Door path that serves to remind us of the Secret Knowledge we have forgotten.

However, in her decision to disseminate this important instrument for change, she decided to use a pseudonym.

The reason for this choice is based on two well-founded considerations:
1 – Violet believes that we all have innate abilities but to transform ourselves, each of us must first learn not to delegate our change to another person.

2 – Violet does not want to become a guru. She says it is a grave mistake to think that it is important to find a guru to embark on a spiritual path. What is needed is not the figure of a guru but transformative thinking.

As Georges Ivanovic Gurdjieff stated: «A thinker shows the way but then it is the thought that must be followed, not the master».

And Violet adds:
«In this universe there are no teachers and no students. Everything depends on our choices. Each of us, therefore, is our own teacher, saviour, and also our own student. Do you understand the power of what I am telling you? You are the master, you are your own saviour. You are everything, and for this very reason you must know true Reality and its laws. Only then will you know how to use the creative power you have. And that is what the Low Door method is for: it leads to True knowledge, the knowledge you need to change reality and realize your goals. Knowing who I am would add nothing to the power of this spiritual path; on the contrary, it would only make you passive and dependent again. Instead, you have to be active to achieve real change».

«My method is about uniting consciousnesses. The union that I hope will take place is between persons who understand that they have the same origin and purpose in life.
As Maharishi said, if just 1% of the world’s population chose the Common Good, it could turn everything around. 1% is the critical mass of the human population that brings about change, which means that if one in 100 people used a method like the Low Door on themselves with daily determination and constancy, the world could become a Paradise.
We do not need a guru for this, only conscious thought and the union of what I call creative minds».