social activism

Is change from bottom up or top down or both?

Some believe that change comes from the individual level, "be the change you seek". Whilst others feel that it is the system that needs to change and that results in different behaviour.

I feel that working from both directions is important.

Bottom up approach

The birth of a new world will require many of us to function with more ease at greater complexity. As individuals we now have the opportunity upgrade our human OS. There have recently been many advances in psychology, neurobiology, psychopharmacology and technology. As well as culmination and distillation of the worlds wisdom traditions that offer far better sense-making and choice-making (autonomy) for oneself and as a collective.

I intend to inspire the startup of a Neurohacker LAB, an online community with localized meetups to explore tools and technologies as a collective to help each other develop a unique ecology of practices in order to catalyze self transcendence and wisdom.

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Top down approach

Rather that trying to win political favor or appealing for investment we now have emergent decentralized technologies with democratized AI with which we can now build intelligent personal and social neural networks and game plans to act and apply our human and natural resources for the evolution, betterment and health of all beings on this planet.

 

Join the development team and help to design and build the new systems to eventually replace money and government and other systems that flow from that.

With the approach of biomimicry we are building new social fabrics, platforms of  trust, collective decision-making and new agreements around exchange (money). Explore my Youtube channel (coming soon) showcasing leading thinkers who bring insights of this possible emergent world.

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