i have a few problems with crowley, the main one being i wouldn't trust him in a room with me alone, but the paradigm he founded resonates with me like no other. plus, there are so many more figures than him that i would argue are just as important as crowley: jack parsons, kenneth grant, frater achad, marjorie cameron... the list goes on (and i'll add to it when i find new people who inspire me). because it's relatively new, thelema is a living tradition, meaning it changes every day with the times and issues we face. it involves a lot of synchretism, so as you study thelema, you need to learn bits of so many other traditions, religions and philosophies from all of history, all over the world. this is one of my favourite things about it, it encourages individual agency and freedom to believe whatever resonates with you most, rather than forcing you into a life dictated by a dogma, where surely not everything contained within is your true calling. love is the law, love under will!
research to get a grasp on these 3 crucial and very simple rituals and practices associated with thelema. youtube links have the most in-depth and easily digestible info. worried about accessibility? you can do these all in your mind if you really try! seriously! having a daily practice is so important, and it can take as little or as long as you want. i personally do resh 3 or 4 of the times in the day (4 if i am awake at all 4 points, but it's rare for me), and an LBRP every night. it's about 10 minutes of my day total, and i'm glad i take that time. it helps a lot with mindfulness and assessing whether i'm following my true will and giving myself agency. it's like a premium subscription for meditation.