How to cope with and resist to the capitalistic system

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The capitalistic system is a mental construct

Banks, currencies, corporations, laws and governments are mental concepts. Their existences are very superficial as they only exist in the human mind. For instance: the bank does not exist, only bankers do, and these bankers are not bankers but ordinary humans.

See: Mental Matrix

Powerless institutions

The power we attribute to these institutions is virtual and imaginary, just like a urban legend (santa claus etc). The true power of these institution is the power of the people only. Policemen, politicians, bankers are in fact normal human beings with free will. They can choose to free themselves from the mental prison of institutions if they choose to.

Progressive improvement the self to improve the world

Main article: Progressive improvement the self to improve the world

Work must be a contribution to your collectivity

Main article: Work must be a contribution to your collectivity

Making decisions using both intuition and logic

Main article: Making decisions using both intuition and logic

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