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The 7 pillars are critical social institutions that impact how people think, behave and live.
When you read Spirconomics it describes the Seven Pillars in greater detail. These categories are at the heart of the Member Community area that you get access to only when you join. This special focus makes it easier to find allies who share your priorities.
The 7 Pillars
1. Business & Financial
If you want to see movement away from models headed by chilling corporate greed, this is your corner—and it’s an important one. Almost everything that needs to happen has a side related to business.
Aspirations for spiritual advancement don’t have to contradict commercial endeavors, and in fact can dovetail nicely if you have the right perspective and goals. Here we look at how business should be conducted from values to infrastructure, as well as the conundrum of how to invest to make a positive difference, especially in the midst of economic turmoil.
Sustainable living is a key word hovering on most people’s lips these days. How do we responsibly manage resources and also deal with the changing climactic and geo-political issues facing us?
Alternative energy, water use, global weather changes, natural resource management, housing, food, gardening and more all fall within this sector. Alongside those issues this is also about defending preservation of the natural world–living in harmony with nature and the animal kingdom.
3. Healthy Living
This is all about living healthy in an unhealthy world. “Living clean” is a large umbrella, with integrative health, fitness and nutritional interests working as close allies here.
Unfettered access to what is needed to live a vital life is crucial, so whether you want healthy foods that wont sicken you or are ready to develop innovative healthcare better suited to the newly emerging human and modern-day Spirconomist, this is your home.
4. Media, Arts & Entertainment
This trio of special interests combines because they don’t just entertain but shape opinions and influence behavior on a large scale. Thus, they have a vital role in molding cultures and impacting the rate of global reform.
Right now this sector is tightly controlled by private interest consortiums that offer limited choices tied to their biased ideology rather than using this area as a tool to advance our human development.
Whether it’s developing advances in the film industry, bringing a different daily news into your home, new uses for music, design & art, even the power of dance, these are just a few areas that can be leveraged differently to lead to something new and better.
5. Interspecies Relationships
For civilization to advance requires new understanding of other life forms, whether it’s those in the animal kingdom that currently share our world or the soon to be introduced beings that exist beyond our planetary borders.
While our ancient ancestors understood the sacred relationship with allied species, this has long been lost. Despite our aversion to the truth, both aliens and animals have much to teach us.
Tackling consciousness and the hidden ways other beings communicate is of paramount importance, and this pillar of reform highlights helping man understand his real place alongside fellow species. Ushering into the open concrete information about the truth behind animal consciousness and communication, as well as extraterrestrial reality, are prime actions for pioneers attracted to this sector.
The future of any race lies in its youth, for they are the next generation of citizens who will carry forward. This area is for those wanting to educate our young beyond conventional practices with the goal of producing intelligent, productive, happy citizens who make good choices in life.
The second layer is all about knowledge and training to optimize life for adult citizens–skills that can improve one’s lot, address emotional well-being and help people make smarter, wiser choices based on a better understanding of life.
7. Responsible Citizenry (Ecomunities)
This is a challenging category because people, cultures, religions and governments vary in their expectations of how we should behave as individuals, as well as our responsibilities to the collective.
Many variables compete to make this a complex arena, and it’s further complicated by the principle that humanity has to learn how to use free choice wisely to properly evolve into a mature being.
But get ready, because man is about to redefine how he lives with his neighbors and exists in harmony with the environment. It’s all going to get started in collaborative sustainable living communities. These are the face of tomorrow and will tackle implications for tolerance and civic responsibility.