Thursday, June 20, 2013

Existential Bill of Rights

Each individual, having been born into this world, has the right to exist and that such existence be recognized as the intention of nature.

Each individual has the right to perceive the world and engage with it on their own terms, through the innate capacities granted their body, mind and consciousness.

Each individual has the right to do with their body what they will, including to modify it as they see fit and to explore any and all of its functions.

Each individual has the right to feel any emotion or sensation that might arise within themselves, and to use their capacities to decide and control which they allow themselves to feel.

Each individual has the right to think the thoughts that emerge from their mind with impunity, and engage their capacities to move their thought in any direction whatsoever.

Each individual has the right to access their consciousness and to explore with impunity its connection to the collective and the universal consciousness, whether aided or not by substances of nature, or extracted and synthesized from nature, so long as doing so does not impinge the rights of others.

Each individual has the right to use their capacities to decide and control the inputs they receive through their connection to the collective and the universal consciousness.

Each individual has a sovereign right to an identity, and shall not require nor shall submit to external validation of who they are or project themselves to be in the world.

Each individual has a right to change their identity at will.

Individuals have a right to gather, conjoin or connect through any of the capacities of their being for any purpose whatsoever, so long as doing so and the effects of their doing so do not impinge the rights of others. Each individual has the right to extract themselves from such groupings at any time for any reason whatsoever or for no reason.

1 comment:

  1. Now THAT's a non-trivial Bill of Rights! Sharing.

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