The Individualistic Understanding of Economics

     A question which arises when evaluating economic systems is, "which one is more successful?"  To answer that question the idea of success must be defined apart from the efficiency of the system which is merely an attribute which defines no end goal of the society.  Is success; quantity and/or quality of material goods, constant growth of the system, stability of the system, military power, wisdom and/or happiness of the people, complexity, or simplicity, etc.?  Just what is the end goal?

 

- Economy is from the Greek words oikos (house) and nomos (to manage), thus "house management."

Some accepted definitions of economy are:

1.  The careful or thrifty use or management of resources, as of income materials or labor. – American Heritage 

2. The system of production, distribution and consumption ­– cognitive science laboratory at Princeton university

3.  The state of a country or region in terms of the production and consumption of goods and services.

– Wikipedia

 

Economics is the study of this state and system defined as: 

1.  "The practical science of production and distribution of wealth", wealth being defined as "the stock of useful things"  - John Stuart Mill

2.  "The science which studies human behavior as a relationship between ends and scarce means which have alternative uses."   - Lionel Robbins

 

     The Individualist believes that the most noble "end" a human can seek is the perfection of mind body and spirit, all other "ends" are deviations from this path and wastes of time and energy to varying degrees.  This is the Individualistic concept of economic success which consequently alters many economic mechanisms of the present world, rendering most of them useless if not pointless, as they do not contribute to this "successful end".

     Economy began simply as self-subsistence.  Such as simply producing food, water and shelter and distributing it to only oneself.  Soon this grew to distribution amongst the people of the group, then evolved to Macro subsistence, even larger scale tasks performed by the few for the many with knowledge that they withheld from their brethren (by accident or purposefully) such as large scale farming. With the handing over of personal responsibilities to others an unnecessary complexity of economics is produced and a cycle of malignant growth is initiated.  Soon services need rendered for the myriad of tasks neglected because of the one unnaturally doing things for the many has substantially less time to do those things he should be doing for himself.  The exact same happens to all who become involved, such as those rendering the services now need services for tasks they too have neglected.  Thus this cycle of nonsense grows only thickening ignorance amongst the people and further specializing their abilities and awareness, removing true independence by increasing dependency upon others. 

     As soon as "value" begins being placed on these tasks and services a whole new dimension of perversion is born.  The initial over complexity may still have been being performed in a compassionate manner.  Yet with value comes corruption as time is initially of equal value to all, hence the granter of services or macro-supplier raises prices so that they have more free time.  This forces the people dependent on that good or service to have less time because they now have to work more.  Therefore in the simplest state all beings have exactly the same spare time, when this complexity is erected time becomes a fluid commodity which flows from the many to the few. Thus whether they know it or not, those supplying a good or service upon which others have allowed themselves to depend upon, control those people.  Soon this force is realized by some, and inequity enters man as he begins to prey upon his fellow brothers' trust and ignorance and the true need supplier is born.  Prices are raised, lies are told for their reasoning. Deception in endless facets arises such as Goods and services that are not needed but the people are convinced in every way to utilize them, thus distorting their concept of essentials and simplicity, allowing further complexity which is by its nature a proportionate veil for deception.   This cycle continues growth in complexity, specialization, alienation, ignorance, dependence, and deception creating distrust amongst the brotherhood of man and dividing them against each other in endless ways while taking time from the many and giving it to the few magnifying all negative emotions.  As time is essential for happiness thus those with less time, begin to experience negative feelings.  Before long these bottom end users, miserable and timeless, begin to desperately seek time by the same methods albeit more hasteful through severe lack of time, thus resulting in inferior solutions.  Such as a prostitute or drug dealer.  Both operating on capitalistic principles, with the value of their gain exceeding that of the expenditures.  Thus, the most effective method becomes adopted. The easiest being simply theft, little work (time and energy)for exactly what is needed, the same practice that occurs constantly in modern business.  Soon even Law is used to gain time or money, and thus, the circle of corruption is complete.

     This is the formula of the need suppliers, the intermediate between private wealth and public interest, either real or synthetically generated.  This is where the terrible relationship between the banks and businesses come into play.  The majority of bottom end users are unable to do business with the merchants do to lack of time and money the system inflicts upon the masses.  Thus the merchants, hungry for more time and eager to exploit this massive resource of people, develop the banks so that they can "assist" the people in doing business.  The bank is really the only one doing business with the merchant, and enslaving the people for their "help".  To illustrate the point, the merchant seduces a soul into a material object, this soul now needs money to quench this desire, the merchant's partner, or second face, the bank, lends a hand.  The "Loan" goes from the bank, right past the individual, to the merchant.  Thus, the bank directly pays the merchant to bait the people to enslave themselves to the bank who then also makes money off these already poor souls by usury increasing their desperation.  The bank thus becomes the controller of the work force crippling them even further by usury taking the last of their time and money.  Most likely the bank is a collection of wealth by a merchant or group of merchants to initiate this system of control.  Over time the bank becomes strictly oriented to these self initiated monetary feedback loops, growing exponentially in power and control.  Making bond slaves of the entire populace.

     The handing over of one's own responsibilities to others in even the smallest degree initiates this process of individual alienation leading to a lack of understanding of the mechanics of the entire unnecessary system as well as methods of self subsistence.  Subsequently breeding false convictions of how all things work together and the true purpose of life, leaving these individuals prey for wiser forces to take advantage of this ignorance ending in inescapable dependency.  To avoid this information asymmetry and its repercussions delineated above, the Individualists believe in all power to the individual bar none.  The single most important key to this is free unrestricted knowledge.  Thus, The Individualists erect The Library of Accredited Free Knowledge and Instruction which teaches all the people Freely.  Additionally vast improvements are made to the public education system of the minors.  All necessities of self sustenance are taught as well as free access granted to all knowledge possessed by all mankind collected and clearly cataloged by LAFKI.  With the masses enlightened, the cycle of dependency begins to reverse.

     The Individualistic society's priority is not monetary or material gain; it is intellectual gain, resulting in efficiency of every industry, orchestrating them toward one goal, the evolution of mankind.  Therefore, because its priorities are completely different from the pointless priorities of past systems, many laws of the dying world's economics do not apply. They are seen as incomplete and inferior distortions of truth, gross misconceptions which only serve to limit man.

     Such are the concepts of employment, economic growth, supply and demand, privatization and specialization all flawed concepts which limit man because they are a resultant of a system which has forfeited individual responsibility.   The initial creation of a macro supplier creates first privatization, then employment, then specialization, then a supply and a demand, then a monitoring of the cycle and forces implemented to achieve "economic growth" which is merely increased profit for the need suppliers at the expense of the masses.  

     Demand need not exist before supply, as humans can be convinced into a need. Supply and demand can only be considered true and natural laws when speaking of basic subsistence such as a fixed amount of people and a fixed amount of food which nature yielded that particular season.  They become merely quasi-laws in today's economic complexity because the demand (decisions of the people) can be artificially implemented by marketing propaganda, incentives and price altering.  Price itself is mistakenly looked at by some as a measure of relative scarcity, but withheld knowledge creates an illusion of scarcity when in fact there is plenty.  Thus the entire system is based on illusions, therefore any "economic analysis" is also illusory to varying degrees.  To maintain this faulty system it must be constantly monitored and meticulously altered by the proponents of the banks and the need suppliers so as not to allow its overdue collapse.  Production and prices are therefore set to limit the market and maintain animation of this long-dead machine for the gain of only the need suppliers, the very reason for the insanity of paying farmers to burn crops.  The control of these prices directly controls the people by controlling their decisions which are based on those prices.

    Unrestricted free knowledge makes one less susceptible to faulty elements of this system such as the need for employment.  Employment results in wages and unemployment.  Wages empower only the bank, which holds the payroll money of the merchant increasing its own loaning power. Unemployment is something to be feared only in societies whose people are so specialized that they are incompetent in all tasks but one. Thus they are incapable of surviving without the help of the system when their specialized task suddenly becomes obsolete, which is the unfortunate destiny of the majority of pointless tasks in today's insane world.  In the Individualistic society these problems do not exist because of the knowledge of self-subsistence.  One needs not to work for another because one is generating all of one's needs by oneself.  One works only by choice and interest, employment being sought and businesses being wrought because of the love of a particular thing, such as electronics, airplanes, engines etc. not for material gain out of desperation.  Knowledge alone negates the need for employment thus negating the need for unemployment welfare, which taxes society.

     Employers only encourage limitation in man by encouraging specialization of labor and cause it to become even more specialized by rewarding the individual with the higher output. The money paid out by the employer remains the same as his production efficiency increases because of increasing one workers wage while a less efficient worker is terminated to compensate.  This increases the strength of only the employer because of the greater efficiency had for the same cost, and weakens the masses because another is unemployed who is too specialized to sustain himself, thus taxes society to sustain him.

     Specialized labor further tends towards waste when a specialist has completed all tasks, he is then out of work.  Therefore either the employer will create unnecessary work to maintain this individual or the individual will initially never allow the work to be complete by slowing his pace, or will create faulty works in need of constant repair.  Thus the infamous slogan of materialistic waste is borne "Job Security" the direct result of specialized labor.  If none of this can be maintained the individual is laid off and without self-sufficiency, now taxes society.  Thus the supposed benefits gained through specialization are lost in its many tendencies towards waste.

     The specialist may be superior to all in just one task but is impotent in all others.  The well-rounded laborer is inferior in any one task but capable and aware of many.  The Individualist sees a virtue therein.  The sum total of all of these known tasks allows the practitioner insights and understandings, which will not appear in the strictly specialized individual, granting the potential for higher solutions.  The specialist in a meaningless task has a meaningless knowledge, useless in one's own personal evolution.  Thus, focus on simplifying tasks for less training time breeds deeper ignorance in the individual regardless of time saved in training which yields only profit to the company.  Specialists, no matter their degree of mastery, will never improve the quality or purpose of an object which was poorly engineered or conceived, it matters not how perfect the specialists craft and assemble to the plans, the product will simply be a rapid and efficiently produced piece of junk.  Many of today's products are examples of this, an endless sea of entirely meaningless, useless, unnecessary garbage contributing nothing to humanity, pushed upon them as a need, leading society further astray from their true priorities, while wasting the lives and minds of those who specialized to create them.

     The Individualist realizes that most normal human beings will inevitably find one particular task especially enjoyable, a love.  It is these paths which the Individualist is encouraged to pursue specialization in and none other.  Specialization pursued in love creates an Artist.  Hence both well-rounded understanding and artistic specialization are needed to keep an individual free from alienation to the endless methods of production. Creating high enthusiasm as a direct result of free unrestricted knowledge.  Production in the Individualistic society will therefore be controlled by the desire of an informed people, so high production will not be a relevant factor to measure the success of their system.  As focus upon production in terms of time neglects time used for more important things such as enlightenment of the individual.  High production of useless things is waste and failure to the creator and the society.  Most material goods of necessity are self-made by the knowledgeable Individualist, removing the need for many merchants, except for those few true lovers of a trade.  These are true Artists and not just in the business for the money and control it may provide.  All workers of the Individualistic society are capable of shifting to self-subsistence and creative pursuits at any time.  Therefore abundance does not cause unemployment in the Individualistic society as it does in the present world, it causes an influx of time to the entire populace resulting in additional inspiration and innovation from forces which will later be explained in detail.

For a detailed discussion on the varying definitions of different types of economies click here.

    

There is but one definition for Individualistic economics true throughout time:

1.  An economic system encouraging self production, stressing the meaningful purpose of all things created, and efficiency in that creation, where the amount of private land and size of private business is fairly regulated and a major portion of the means of production, distribution and trades are equally owned and governed by each citizen of the union whose idea of success is the attainment of the highest possible degree of perfection in mind, body and spirit in the life span allotted.

     This alternate concept of economic success prioritizing intellectual gain as opposed to material gain, leads to efficiency of every industry, honing them toward the evolution of mankind.  All deviations from this path are accordingly seen as wastes of time and energy, consequently rendering most of the present economic mechanisms pointless.  The unnecessary complexities of which were initially formed by handing over one's personal responsibilities to others initiating a cycle of malignant growth.  Self-sufficiency, the key to true freedom and growth, was lost.  Education was altered to make corporate tools instead of wise individuals.  Free unrestricted knowledge remedies all of these ailments creating an enlightened society, each contributing to all government and economic decisions.   This is ensured by erection of the Greater Eye of the Populus (GEP), a system of notification composed of the people keeping each individual informed and relaying their opinions and desires directly to the necessary department.  The result is a content, efficient society in harmony with each other and nature whose actions truly mirror the desires of its people. 

     The Individualist is an obvious adversary to the pointless machine of waste and consumption.  Its unhealthy fixation upon "economic growth" and "creating jobs" has become a madness.  A project funded by the people which creates 1000 "jobs" sends 1000 people into servitude for the machine and increases the waste and consumption proportionately.  Far less money spent on teaching 1000 people self sufficiency frees them from the system and decreases its waste and consumption proportionately.  Allowing their work energy to be directed toward loftier goals such as refinement of self, acquisition and assimilation of knowledge and using both to aid mankind.  The old aphorism "give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, teach a man to fish and he eats for a lifetime", takes on profound meaning here.  Without this knowledge of self-sustenance one's very life is in danger and one is forced to depend on another.  The perfect unbreakable chain for a slave. 

     The Individualist therefore becomes the demise of the need suppliers because he fulfills his own needs and takes all aspects of his life into his own hands naturally dissolving the market, a loop composed of the people as end consumer as well as the exploited resource.  Taxed on both ends by a middleman who does nothing.  Individualism establishes regulations keeping the size and influence of surviving private businesses in check by business ownership and employee responsibility laws coupled with 'large entity' and 'excess property' taxes. These cause any private entity which grows large to yield great returns to the people, who are the society upon which its existence depends.

     The native Americans had a simplistic society in harmony with creation, the Individualists recognize this important value but also recognize the power that technology has to assist mankind in evolution, if brought into the same scope.  As more people begin working strictly for them selves, production would slow yet result in efficiency.  Technological advances would increase in frequency and magnitude because of the great deal of time people have to peacefully think deeply coupled with their highly advanced free education system.  Regularly working directly with earthly resources and waste, the society also becomes thoroughly energy conscious.  Resulting in efficiently created products which have a greater purpose, last longer, and are made of more friendly materials.  The Individualists establish a variety of Populus owned facilities, such as fabrication shops, mills, mines farms etc. to assist these ends, not to replace a private market, but simply to allow individuals access to something they may need.  The erection, disbandment and operation of these facilities are directly controlled by an annual consensus of the people.

 

INDIVIDUALISTIC WEALTH

 

     There is individual wealth and omniwealth, that is, the sum total of all wealth.  A measurement of any thing changing throughout time must be taken at one moment in time, a snapshot true only for that moment.  The Individualists view wealth as such a changing body.  Therefore to measure it, it is analyzed at one moment in time and called Static Wealth.  Static wealth is the degree of the quality and quantity of both material and immaterial things accumulated by an entity.  It is "macrovalue".  Value is the degree of quality and quantity of both material and immaterial wealth contained in a single thing.  It is "microwealth".  As can be seen, the Individualists include immaterial things as a factor of wealth also, for they too have value.  Such as knowledge itself has a high value to the ascetic, and gold is worthless.   The value of use is incorporated into this definition by example of a shovel.  It is composed of material things organized into the specific shape for the specific task by knowledge alone, its immaterial component.  The degree of quality of the materials used, such as hardened steel, and quality of knowledge applied such as a rippled cutting edge to cut through roots, would both add value as opposed to a stick with a sharp rock tied to the end.

 

     Static Wealth possesses the following two major components which interact over time creating a compound mechanism that the Individualists call "Dynamic Wealth", which is the cause of all human actions.

1.  Material wealth is the degree of quantity and quality of material things.  Its foundation being natural resources, matter itself, the finest division of which is energy. 

2.  Immaterial wealth is the degree of quantity and quality of immaterial things.  Its foundation being knowledge, the finest division of which is consciousness.

 

     These two directly interact forming:  

1.  Products are the result of Knowledge applied to resources, it is static power, potential, capability

2.  Dynamic Power is the result of Knowledge applied to products to fulfill a goal.  Dynamic power consumes material wealth for motion. Thus a Need is the material wealth consumed by dynamic power creating voids, which are goals.  (Omniwealth, being it is the sum total of all wealth, also has consciousness, thus it can exert dynamic power also.  Such as a forest fire converting material wealth to motion, thus creating needs.  If it happens to consume one's home it creates a goal for that one, a new home.)

3.  Wisdom is the efficiency resultant of the frequency of the interplay of the two polarities of wealth, (material and immaterial).  Or more simply: knowledge that has been practiced to the point of clear understanding of its most efficient application.  Or knowledge that has been applied to the point of rectifying it to its most efficient application by identifying many negative vectors.

     In its broadest sense Zero wealth is the Void, no thing, material or immaterial.  In this massive void one has the ultimate goal.  The ultimate fulfilled goal is the ultimate infinite void filled with the ultimate infinite experience, which is the ultimate wealth, all things (Omniwealth).  The individual consciousness itself is the smallest portion of this wealth.  Incarnation grants the initial material wealth, the physical body.  The senses of the physical body begin to relay knowledge of the surrounding Omniwealth.  Knowledge (immaterial wealth) is experience, information received by the senses.

     The Individual consciousness is constantly organizing accumulated knowledge more efficiently with each new piece of knowledge acquired, this action is called Imagination.  Imagination is speculation by analysis and synthesis of current wealth, simply the movement of things into an order.  Its magnitude (number of permutations) is directly proportionate to the accumulated wealth.  Thus if one has experienced only a mouse and a leaf one can imagine all combinations of just those two, such as a fury leaf or a green mouse, but one could not imagine a bird, imagination is limited to experience, which is knowledge, which is wealth. Uncertainty is the variable, the forever unknown quantity due to infinity.  Such is the static measure of Omniwealth, thus uncertainty lay in all calculations.

     In this process of analytical organization the individual wealth is also constantly compared to Omniwealth.  Within this comparison degrees of harmony exist.  Harmony is an individual wealth equal to Omniwealth yet on a smaller scale.  Thus it resonates with it giving one insights into the nature of Omniwealth (All).  The Void (all things not yet possessed) becomes uniform when in harmony and thus exerts a uniform pull on the individual consciousness causing distinct desire to seemingly vanish.  Desire is a goal unaccomplished, (the force of attraction of a void).   A Goal is a missing aspect of wealth, a negative wealth, a void.  Out of harmony goals exert a pull to varying degrees based on the degree of discord. 

   A goal is selected to fulfill because of the speculated capabilities (products) its addition to wealth would grant.  Thus is manifested the relative potential power level of goals.  Potential power of a goal is a measure of the current "macrovalue" (static wealth) of the individual consciousness relative to the speculated size of Omniwealth (all things).  This individual macrovalue subtracted from the speculated size of Omniwealth leads to a proportionately sized goal (void), for one cannot have a goal bigger than the known universe. This is the Archgoal (The Void, all things not possessed).  The level of its potential power is speculated by the individual static wealth multiplied by the speculated size of the Archgoal. This goal shrinks in size with the accumulation of individual wealth. 

     An example is the tribe living on an island for centuries, thinking it is the totality of existence, content they understand all forces "in the universe" they are omnipotent on their island.  There are no goals left to fulfill, their individual wealth is equal to their speculated size of Omniwealth.  Until an advanced culture comes along taking them up in a plane and showing them that they live on a vast globe, which spins around a stupendously huge sun in an incomprehensibly immense universe.  Suddenly their proportionate wealth is profoundly altered, uncovering countless new goals and potential power.

     The Archgoal can be divided into an infinite system of fulfillment vectors.  Wisdom is what determines the efficiency of travel along vectors determined by understanding. Understanding is the knowledge of the nature of a thing.  Nature is a predicable/known action of a thing under the influence of specific forces.  Understanding plots the series of vectors to fulfill either one or all goals.  A Vector is a predetermined series of applications (products and dynamic power) supposed to end in a fulfilled goal.  Reason is a compound vector, the specific vector of sub-vectors to fulfill an over-goal orchestrated by understanding to avoid known negative vectors, (consequences, misunderstood nature).  Thus the wisest reason displays the greatest understanding by fulfilling the Archgoal in an instant. 

     The vector(s) are organized by feasibility and priority directly related to current static wealth and strength of desire (pull of void).  For without certain knowledge or resources, a vector may not be feasible until those items are accumulated, thus accumulating those objects necessary becomes a priority vector, thus all vectors together become a reason.  However even if a vector is unfeasible, if the desire is sufficient the path may still be chosen, yet it is most likely inefficient (unwise) and fraught with consequences (misunderstandings, negative vectors).   This assessment of the sequence of goals takes time, but its efficiency is not directly proportionate to time.  The complexity of the vector and current degree of understanding and wisdom yield a minimum and maximum solving time.  Thus is the origin of hastened, hesitant, and over analyzed decisions.  However, time can be used to directly increase the speculated size of omniwealth simply because imaginations organizing and synthesizing task is infinite. ( Basic example, pg 151)

     Once the final reason is chosen the consciousness moves toward the void along the plotted vector.  Will is the movement of consciousness along a vector causing subsequent reactions in Omniwealth. Will is what makes Omniwealth dynamic and self-interactive, creating time.   If correctly plotted the movement ends in a fulfilled goal.  A Fulfilled Goal is an intentional addition to wealth.  This adds not only the goal but additional knowledge from insight into correct understanding (if a goal was not accomplished the initial vector was flawed shedding light on the flaw in understanding creating a desire to fill that void etc.)

     For example of the above mechanics, let stagnation be examined. (Not to be confused with sloth, because in stagnation one may still be applying will.  Sloth is lack of application within inharmonious wealth. It is resistant to the pull of desire. Sometimes false contentment.)  A narcotics abuser spends years doing drugs all day.  He is therefore now very efficient in getting and using them for the same goal accomplished years ago, the goal of physical pleasure.  This particular goal yields little wealth and is an ever present void because the senses can never be filled, the instant the stimulus is removed the sense instantly becomes a void again.  Thus from the initial experience little, if any, new wealth is now acquired for the consuming dynamic power exerted.  Thus with no wealth accumulation there are no capabilities gained therefore there is no potential power increase, hence no growth.  All these fulfilled goals, being of negligible potential power, cause a rate of growth which would take lifetimes to fulfill the Archgoal.  However if this individual's static wealth was very limited, so too would be the speculated size of Omniwealth leading to a subsequently limited Archgoal.  Therefore, to this individual, this tiny nearly powerless goal may be relatively huge.  This is further reasoning for the Individualists' implementation of free knowledge.  It increases the speculated size of Omniwealth in the minds of all, allowing them to realize larger goals and to use all their dynamic power to fulfill them.  Simply the realization of a goal (void) initiates a pull (desire) on the perceiver.  When the largest voids (goals) are filled, the largest gains in potential and dynamic power are subsequently achieved, creating powerful individuals and a powerful society.

     The Individualists realize that the highest possible goal is the achievement of Omniwealth, which is all things and thus the infinite experience.  The most efficient vector to attain this is one line that ties all individual units of wealth together in their most efficient order effortlessly accumulating them all in that order up to the last unit.   It is Omniwisdom.  In this light all other goals and vectors are "less wise" to varying degrees.   This is the benchmark used by the Individualists to gauge their goals.  (Effort is a measure of Will through resistance (inefficiency).  Directly related to wealth consumed by dynamic power.)

     The Individualists believe that first there was one consciousness which was all things (Omniwealth). This then divided itself into infinite individual consciousnesses.  Each individual consciousness attempts to accumulate all these infinite pieces of self, each also a consciousness, and reassemble them into the original infinite whole.  Time, the sequence of these accumulations, is an illusion because in infinity an infinitely long second is as long as an infinitely long day.  Thus the One is still whole eternally, yet is still infinitely divided eternally.  It is the divided consciousness which moves through this eternal Oneness in a specific sequence that causes the illusion of time.  The more of its self it accumulates (knowledge) the more this illusion breaks down.  One begins to realize that there is only one consciousness, and one goal, reunification.  Thus all consciousnesses must reach this degree of recollection to reunite with each other into the original self.  It is for this reason that the Individualists believe in tailoring their goals as high as possible and with the broadest benefit to mankind possible, being that it is all One self.  To help another is to help one's self, this is proven by the phenomena of inspiration, when knowledge is shared, new knowledge erupts which may then assist the initial giver.  To help many is to help oneself many times.  This must not be confused with utter selflessness, for to properly help others one must be strong in mind, body and spirit, if one neglects oneself, there is little hope for that one to help mankind.

     This Individualistic concept of wealth consolidates the individual and his goals into one by relating them as two parts of a larger whole (omniwealth), thus the very use of wealth itself is a factor of wealth, lending growth to either the individual (positive) or the void (negative).  There are goals for the self at the expense of others, goals for the self which are neutral to others, and goals for the self that benefit others.  Of these goals, the first has no place in a society because the net benefit to the society may be negative thus a "negative" goal, like many goals of the present world. With the second type, at least there is no negative effect to society but its contributions are minimal.  For what use is knowledge and material wealth if it sits idle?  It is simply potential that may be wasted (inefficient, thus unwise) because of death before its use.  The third causes a dynamic interaction of individuals rapidly increasing the pace of evolution.  Whether an individual is alone in nature, or with men, he is in a society, because of all things being one thing.   The word "society" itself is derived from the Latin societas (fellowship, union) derived from socius (a sharing).   With this understanding the Individualists always strive to be mindful of All in their calculations to fulfill any goal.

     The power level of an entire society is the sum total of each individuals wealth divided by their numbers. Therefore the Individualists instill the largest possible speculated size of omniwealth in their brethren and share all knowledge so that all have the highest portion of immaterial wealth available.  Then the finite material resources are fairly distributed, (not to be confused with equally distributed).  A change in life style grants the time needed for imaginative assessments, realizing the highest goals, and plotting the most efficient paths thereto.  This creates all the conditions for accumulation of incredible potential power in each individual causing the potential power of the entire society to become incomprehensibly vast.  This is the highest power a society can have simply because of the finite nature of material wealth and its impotence without applied knowledge.  Such as a mere pencil applied to mere paper used to enlighten the entire race shows that material quantity and even quality is insignificant next to applied knowledge.  Thus the easiest way to increase the power of a society is to instill the highest available knowledge in each individual, it consumes negligible material resources to do so and the returns are near endless.  It is very similar to how the Federal Reserve creates money out of nothing, except its power is very real.

     Thus, True Individual Dynamic Power is knowledge applied with the highest attained wisdom to material wealth to accumulate the most units of consciousness (knowledge/awareness) for each unit of consciousness as a whole.  More simply, it is knowledge applied with the highest attained wisdom to material wealth to achieve the highest benefit to Omniwealth as a whole (the self is obviously included within Omniwealth, therefore this does not imply utter selflessness).  Or loosely as knowledge applied with highest attained wisdom to material wealth to achieve the highest benefit to mankind (or society) as a whole.  Therefore the True dynamic power of a Society is their collective knowledge applied with collective wisdom to their collective material wealth to accumulate the most units of consciousness for each unit of consciousness as a whole.   Thus achieving the highest benefit for the individual, the society, the globe etc.

     This is the Infinite Work of the Individualist leading to True Wealth and True Success on infinite levels.   Due to the nature of uncertainty, it is uncertain when the Individualists will be truly content.  Contentment is the cessation of fulfilling goals.  Various factors cause contentment, lack of resources will cause contentment because dynamic power consumes resources.  The achievement of harmony will cause a seeming lack of desire due to its uniformity.  Or simply descent into sloth negating positive growth.  At very least, the Individualists are assured contentment at each new level of harmony.


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