How Qultura works

Qultura is a system for figuring out your Principle and Process - the existential core of your life - through the development of empathy and community.


Qultura is a method or system for developing consciousness through the development of empathy and community which is based on Creative Law. Creative Law is the simplest possible explanation of the universal principle of creativity and interaction which was developed by one of the founders of Qultura, Stella Baker, in November 2009. Some people have compared Creative Law to Tai Chi or the eastern philosophy of Taoism, as it is based on I-Ching, which was developed by Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu, who also developed the concept of the Dao and developed Taoism around 430 BC. But Creative Law is not the same as Taoism.

Creative Law is based on the Therevada.

The Therevada is the oldest extant school of Buddhism believed to be the first school of Buddhism developed by the disciples of Prince Siddharta Gautama, who is the original Buddha, who taught for 45 years around 500 BC in Northern India. The Therevada is a strict, conservative flavour of Mahayana Buddhism, known as 'The School of the Elders' which maintains that the Dhamma and only the Dhamma is reality, and everything else is an illusion.

Stella Baker, who is now in her 50's, has studied the Therevada since the age of 17 and it forms the core of her mindset and thinking. Back in 1983 when she was 17 the only books she could obtain on the Therevada came from esoteric bookshops such as Drawing Down the Moon in Seven Dials (which no longer exists) and Watkins Books in Charing Cross, opened in 1897 by John Watkins, a personal friend of Madame Yelena Blavatsky, who founded the Vipassana spiritual movement which was instrumental to the development of of Western Buddhism. Creative Law has got nothing to do with this movement. This was also when Stella Baker started studying mysticism, the occult and magic.

If anything Creative Law can also be considered an offshoot of theosophy because in 1996, when Stella Baker first started work on the development of Creative Law, she started out by developing a modern theory of drama by taking the Stanislavski method of acting and simplifying it with concepts advanced by concepts advanced by philosopher Rudolf Steiner between 1907 and 1920. She advanced a theory of drama and acting which was not based on repetition and 'psychophysical' actions but on spontaneity, empathy and mindfulness. This was when she discovered that drama and role play was far more efficient and effective when it came to developing consciousness than yoga and even meditation.

Drama negates trauma

This is the fundamental premise of Creative Law which Stella Baker discovered in November 2009 when she developed Creative Law out of her (previous) theory of modern drama. All change and interaction is cyclical in nature and is based on the interaction of consciousness, energy and space in the universe. Consciousness is information but it is also existence. Space is everything in existence together and energy is what connects consciousness to space. Trauma is the solitary force in the universe because it is what breaks down consciousness to create space, and it is empathy through drama which negates trauma and develops consciousness through a process of individuation.

Out of this we have biological evolution

This all seems complicated but it's not. The Creative Law meme (the illustration at the top of this page) contains the fundamental information of Creative Law. In the centre you have the Creative Cycle, representative of consciousness. Then you have the two opposing poles of drama and trauma. This is the principle. The creativity and interaction which takes place in your life, i.e. what you do and what happens to you, is the process. This together makes up reality. You don't need to learn anything, study anything or even believe anything to develop consciousness - you simply have to live and go through your process of individuation. Your process of individuation - you being you and becoming you - is fundamentally human evolution as it applies to you.

You see a tree doesn't need to be taught how to be a tree. It already is a tree. A cat doesn't need to be taught how to be a cat. It knows how to be a cat, simply because it is naturally a cat. You are naturally a human being, and you are naturally you. You don't need to be taught how to be you or how to be a human being. You just need to connect to other people, belong to a community, and develop empathy. It is through empathy that we evolve as a species.

Qultura is a method for developing empathy through community

Below you have around a dozen short webpages which explains the entire system. This is an explanation of what the Principle and Process is, and how we achieve empathy through community together. Everything starts on the Message Board and if you have any further questions or need other information you can message us.

The Principle and Process

Core reference

This is the core reference section for the universal principles on which the Qultura method and system is based.

The method

This is the method and system of developing community through individual community projects and individual roles.

The activities

This is what you can do to develop the Qultura community based on your interests, life experience, aptitude and intelligence.

The Community

Message Board

This is the central online meeting point where we meet to get to know one another and discuss how to develop the community.

The Qultura community

This is everyone together who is involved in the Qultura community. Note that participation in the community is free of charge for everyone.

Qultura Core

This is the central hub of the community, the community resource, and network through which we connect to develop the community.