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The Lieberman correction:
Our School of Talents helps young people with Dyslexia, ADHD or Autisme to develop themselves and their talents through stimulating natural network functions of the brain. In our City of Tomorrow projects the same network dynamics are used to set up multidisciplinary co-creation platforms that address global issues locally. With our STIR Academy we help large organizations streamline their internal and external productivity by addressing the social network relationships between all the people involved.
It ALL comes down to how we live and relate together, and with our surroundings. The basic essential of a productive community is social interaction, that spiritual connection of life that connects everything that has come alive, right from the moment the first molecules come together into living patterns of birth, all the way up to the point of them breaking up again to become available for a new cycle of life.
Matthew Lieberman does research on this evolutionary brainfunction that governs our emotions and social activities. He claims that Maslow was wrong by defining the primary needs of us to be our physical basic requirements. We believe the Lieberman correction is correct.
In essence we agree with Lieberman. Where we all tend to go wrong in our thinking is that we take our life for granted and then simply reason about our primary needs to sustain life. Basicly this misperception is the cause of humankind to develop greed and hierarchies of power that ultimately endanger life. We cannot however take life for granted, certainly not as a self aware species. Life is a delicate energetic state between molecules that can be referred to as a social, not physical interaction. We often refer to this unique bondage as “spiritual”. Without this live provoking bondage we would not need to eat, find shelter or anything for that matter. Our physical needs are therefor captured between social energies at molecular level that expands across the entire life system, including human beings, and the awareness provoking issue of “meaning”.
This Lieberman correction has enormous consequences for our societies and the way we develop our societies. Sustainocracy is based on this new piramid and all our activities invite to this new social pattern of awareness, meaning, wellness, productivity and harmony.