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In Sustainocracy we decided not to fight “the system”. Instead we invite everyone, including the hierarchies, to join our narrative of multidisciplinary cocreation, individual freedom and authenticity, equality, dynamic clustering and purpose driven interaction through the core human values. Sometimes people ask us to become a political party. We refuse because politics is power driven (the old hierarchy) and we are driven by a flow of co-creation, driven by concrete values. They blame us for not fighting (“ostrich mentality”, some say). We explain our awareness driven wellness paradigm based on having experienced the pain as a learning exercise. We support those who fight as equals because they weaken the system so that it can dissolve faster into our new era. But we refuse to join the fight because we want to be the flow that all can join, even if they were part of the hierarchy before. We don’t want anyone to fear being judged for their past, we want them all valued for their present choices and commitment. That is why we want to be what we are, and grow as an evolution, not a revolution.
This (8 minute) video of Martha Beck shows how the natural end of the global hierarchy works simply because we are what we are, artistic, free, creative and dynamically progressive in horizonal togetherness. Hopefully this gives those who worry a little trust and inspiration to leave the hierarchical dependence (which sustains the pyramid), join our flow and start expressing ourselves creatively together.