These are all suggested commitments when it comes to self-expression.
We're living in what can be described of the Era of Misery. This culture of hyper-individualism has led to many people taking themselves far too seriously and being attached to their own self-importance. This is due to the competitive nature of our social and cultural attitudes. Everything has become ideological, serious, and there's no real opportunities for real life social interaction which doesn't involve spending money and excessive consumption.
This is why many people spend their days harrumphing and pawing the ground like a herd of bison and by the time they go to bed many probably end up looking like dead parrots.
We are of the belief that, as our social and cultural attitudes are all based on the lie of individualism, if you are of sound mind none of this can be taken seriously.
This is where, if you are part of the community, we suggest you make a genuine commitment to lightening things up, developing humour, and where necessary playing the role of the joker or jester. Use humour, make people laugh, and use humour, parody and jokes to ridicule people in positions of power and authority when they get too full of themselves.
Being six years old was a special time in your life because, in your personal development it was the period when your individual and unique perspective was most likely properly balanced between actual reality - what we are trying to promote - and cultural reality - what we have all been conditioned to accept as the truth and reality.
More importantly, this is also probably the time when you were still living in the present moment and not conditioned to live in the past or the future. This was the age when you were trying to figure things out in your environment, in your family, and your world, which is why we are suggesting you do the exact same thing again by joining our community and connecting to others.
This means you don't take our current social and cultural beliefs seriously, but instead you treat it all as some sort of a game we all play. This Consensus is an attempt to inspire you and others to make up better rules through a process of exploration, experimentation and learning through participation in our community. This is the whole point of the concept of different roles and projects in the community. None of this is serious at the end of the day. It's all designed to create opportunities for you and others to create your own changes and dynamics in your cultural beliefs and social relationships.
This is where we feel that going through the process of being a six year old once again, with your current perception and perspective, could turn out to be a valuable commitment.
You make a commitment to having fun with other people, taking risks and giving people chances. We are living in a culture where people are too attached to their own self-importance, taking things far too seriously. People have become far too political, far too ideological, far too committed to point scoring, arguing, ideological squabbling, maintaining and perpetuating social divisions, and spending too much time thinking about, discussing and arguing about the perspectives of a lot of people in power who quite frankly, don't give a shit about them or their lives.
The only way we're going to draw people into this community is by having lots of fun ourselves, creating lots of pleasant activities and opportunities for people to get involved, have fun themselves and commit to developing empathy. Developing empathy is hard work and it's extremely important to emphasize and prioritize the benefits of social interaction, meaningful community interaction, and just having fun.
This is about making a commitment to subversive creativity and being subversive creatively. Being subversive means sharing your truth with others creatively through different art forms and different types of creative output and artistic content. What we are looking for people to do is to create and churn out large amounts of subversive art.
Tell the truth from your own unique and individual experience and express yourself creatively - write, draw, paint, photograph, sing, make music, write poetry, put narratives into writing through stories, essays, books, scripts, plays, independent films, and so on and get it out there.
This is an important step to developing empathy and the need for empathy in people outside the Qultura community. It also is beneficial to developing connections, social bonds, and developing disciplines.
Culture is a fundamental aspect of language because it is cultural awareness which determines how you use language and therefore it is culture which determines to a very large extent how language gets used.
Count the years from say 1625 onwards - this is how long Western culture has been based on the lie of individualism, how long people have been subjected to dis-empowerment and later to artificial scarcity implemented by followers of Adam Smith and the birth of economics around the same time as the formation of the United States in 1776. This has led to the deprivation of opportunities, to the genocides, and various hierarchies have spent centuries manipulating our culture, our language and therefore our beliefs to exercise authority both with our consent and without it.
This means that anyone who thinks that they can change our society or the ideology of a ruling hierarchy by protests, demonstrations, screaming and shouting in the street and waving placards isn't going to get anywhere. Not in today's culture. Not in today's society. The odds are stacked too heavily against them.
The only way anyone is ever going to achieve change is by creating their own culture and sharing it with others through creative self expression and subversion. We believe that the development and use of empathy between people in a rapidly developing global community and network together with the creation and generation of lots and lots of subversive art has the potential to create a platform for change among people - not those in power.
This is because words (and images) are powerful. Very powerful. Language forms the basis of not just our beliefs, but also of magic. Magic is used far more often than you think, and this includes when it is being used against you. Think about the most commonly form used magical prop - the banknote or coin - look at a banknote or coin and you will see language and imagery - and think about all the times you have used money as part of a ritual. Think of the power a single word can have when it is spoken to another person. Now think of the power words have over you, whether you are the one saying the words, or when the words are spoken by someone else.
Now what are the words you use which you should never say to yourself? What are the words you should never use? What are the words you should never even have in your mind? Think about this. Think about the words you use, and the toxic parts of your vocabulary, and how the toxic part of your language affects the energy around you, fills your mind, shapes your brain. How do these words affect the energy between you and someone else? Think about the effects of that toxic vocabulary put into words and sentences and shared or used against people, and how it serves to create divisions, hostility, shuts down discussions and discourse. How is the political discourse the politicians and media are feeding you affecting you in your community? How effective is that political discourse in getting you and others where you need to go in life?
You need to consider committing to cleansing the language you use and figuring out strategies for when toxic language is used against you. Much of this comes down to erasing three words from your vocabulary - blame, deserve and entitled. This is a big step in rejecting the false belief in individualism.