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Human individuality


Individuality is the fundamental basis for biological evolution. The universe functions on the basis of creativity and interaction, you cannot have one without the other, and Nature is a part of that. Nature also functions on the basis of aindividuality across an ever increasing spectrum and diversity. Within this we have human beings, or homo sapiens, the last surviving species of hominid apes characterized by large forebrains, a need for creative self-expression, and the use of tools. As no two members of a species are ever completely the same, the same can be said of humans.

Who are you?

What is it that makes you the individual who you are? Do you see yourself as a tiny ball of consciousness trapped in the mind, somewhere between the ears and behind the eyes, encased in a head and body? Are you just an Ego encased in skin and flesh struggling to find that balance between a concern for own desires and those of others? Are you just a persona you have spent years developing? Or are you something more than this?

Irrespective of who you are, you are an individual

Every human being who has ever been born is unique and an individual. There's never been anyone who's exactly like you born ever before in the entire history of Mankind, and there will never be anyone else who's exactly like you born ever again at any point in the future. This is how human evolution works, on the basis of each and every individual human being being born. You are human, a member of the human species, but you are also unique and individual.

The Life Path


The Life Path is developed around the ages of six or seven, when the brain develops enough to provide a sense of autonomy and defines a set of characteristics which define who you are as an individual. This is where you develop a sense of self and selfhood which is influenced by many things, your background, home environment, family relationships, social relationships, early childhood experiences and this goes to form part of your subconscious and unconscious thinking which throughout your life will influence your conscious thinking. This is what leads to an individual set of experiences, circumstances, situations, through which you will respond, make choices, face decisions, and develop your own unique and individual perspective on life.

The influences of two hemispheres of your brain

Your brain is divided into two cerebral hemispheres. Why? the brain is an electromagnetic quantum organ used for detecting, perceiving, manipulating and transforming energy in various forms. As energy can be information, emotion, feelings and ideas just as much as it can be light and sound - please consider that language is simply the perception of culture, words, symbols and beliefs - through an activity we know to be thinking. While functioning perception is pretty much evenly spaced throughout the brain your left cerebral hemisphere and right cerebral hemisphere behave differently and have different biases.

Cerebral hemispheres in the brain


The left cerebral hemisphere has a 'physical' bias and thinks in terms which are linear, lkogical, picking out details, and more details, and even more details, and comparing that what lies in conscious attention with that what exists in experience. The left hemisphere is the source of the 'inner voice' and the constant chatter in your brain and is therefore the part through which you perceive yourself as individual and separate from everything else. This hemisphere therefore focusses on such things as language, words, beliefs, social interactions and culture. This is the part of your brain which is more concerned with your conscious attention and conscious thinking processes.

The right cerebral hemisphere has a 'metaphysical' bias (the word 'meta' simply means 'beyond') and thinks in terms which are kinesthetic, lateral and spatial. This hemisphere of your brain is much more visual, picking up 'vibes', getting a feel for things, picking up on non verbal cues, atmospheres, moods, colours, shapes, textures, also dreams, concepts, and is that part of the brain which senses a connection. This is the part of your brain which is more concerned with your experience of things.

The triangular relationship


The two hemispheres of the brain each influence your perception and unique and individual perspective of your environment, which is largely physical and social, and also your relationship with the more metaphysical aspects of your relationship with the totality or universe, such as consciousness and the deeper aspects of your existence. Usually life is about trying to find a balance between the two, so that you are not overly physical and material, or become too metaphysical and abstract. It is your triangular relationship with everything within the two aspects of your existence which give you your experiences, circumstances and unique perspective on life.

Life is all about your journey and narratives

Many of the issues we see today in society come from people judging themselves and others, often unfairly, disempowerment, inequality and the desire of one individual to enforce their personal beliefs and workldview on others. People judge each other in terms which are mainly physical, in terms of physical appearance, skin colour, sex, gender, physical ability, how much money they have, where they get their money from, how much stuff they have, how big their house is and so on. None of this has any real significance or importance.

There is nobody else who is exactly like you anywhere in the world. Nobody else has your unique sequence of life experiences, nobody else has had to face the choices you have had to face, had to make the same choices and decisions, and there is nobody better at being you than you. Life is all about the journey, it's about the connections you make to others, the experiences you share, the memories, and creating a legacy by which other people will remember you and value your life and perspective. Qultura is here to support you on your journey and create opportunities so that uyou can explore, discover and develop your creative potential.

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Creative Law was previously known as the Theory of Creativity and Energy Spectrum and was first developed by Stella Baker in November 2009 as revision of her previous Theory of Modern Drama. Described by some as almost perfectly tautological, Creative law is an explanation of the fundamental principles of existence and creativity simplified into several paragraphs and is believed to be the most concise explanation of existence and creativity in existence. The development of Creative law was what led to the creation of Qultura and it has been recently renamed Creative Law due to its consistency.

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Universal law was not developed by Stella Baker, so this is just an interpretation of universal law, which is also known as 'natural' law' (not to be confused with natural selection and dawinian theory of evolution). Universal law and creative law dovetail neatly together and universal law is all about the fixed, immutable principles of relativity, the process aspect of existence, action, reaction and interaction and both consequences and outcomes.

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This is the social theory which Stella Baker developed towards the end of 2009 as a result of development of creative law which advocates a dynamic social structure based on cultural development and human creativity which would be fully inclusive, cohesive and based on community rather than hierarchy.

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