Social Change: Individual and Collective

So say, we as an individual want to work for social change, well, how do we do that? It’s both individual and collective.

Individually we work for social change by addressing the society of ourselves, the society of all data (thoughts, emotions, sensations and other experiences) that we consider to be our identity.

Then we open up our beneficial potencies so that they subsume the reified identity we have constructed. As we do, we no longer live from that identity. Again, the greatest social change we can ever engage is this moment and spontaneous recognition of its self-release. Therein is the power of beneficial potency.

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