We have hit the wall with our follower/leader systems and need to set off on the Grand Opus of each individual finding their inner leadership or sovereignty. Thus we must more fully develop and use our prefrontal lobes and change our social behaviors and social structures into those that supports humanization, humaneness and the liberation or enlightenment of the individual. Our depleted, depressed bodies are not strong enough to deny and suppress the truth anymore, and so our false society is collapsing along with our health and the environment. As the dissolution crisis becomes more apparent our attitude is slowly changing toward greater integrity/integration, but there is a lag time involved in having to survive in the old socioeconomical system while establishing the new. It is thus a difficult transition time in which we have to find our Self and deeply trust our heart’s intuition. The point to remember is that we do this transformative work for the entire human enterprise, for the sake of survival and the evolution required to thrive. We have everything going for us, if we could only find a way to live in nature's truth. Viktor Schauberger revealed most pertinently the mystic reality of nature's secrets, and so by reading his books we can peer into the wheelworks of the cosmos, and thereby learn to live by the Life Code.
The sovereign is about internal self-government. Until we stabilize the lifestyle of the autonomous visionary mystic in our daily life we tend to find our direction and encouragement from external sources and cues. Boredom, doubt, ennui, narcolepsy, futility, lack of pleasure, limbo, hesitation etc...are all forms of default that we use to avoid taking up the proactive, executive role in our lives. The mystic in modern material life lives "outside" of flatland reality and so is not likely to be recognized and affirmed by others. This means one's own internal driver has to be tenacious to stay awake while driving in order to get anywhere...because the social realm is not going to reflect a sense of progress, accomplishment or destination back to mystic. There is no syllabus for the modern mystic, nor can a sovereign individual be easily defined, or readily observable at any point in time. This is so because the mystic is not interested in the trappings of spiritual wears, spiritual dogmas and spiritual doings.
The majority of the "work" is done when we are “down” and forced to strive within for what it is that needs to be born. After tangling with the void we can then "play" without it being mere avoidance...for meaning is born from recognition of the absence of meaning. The sovereign's life is a self-directed approach to learning and seeking opportunity for greater perfection or the joy of inquiry. The navigational compass arises from the depths of the unconscious and hints are given to us in our dreams, but in order to keep the momentum going we must be balanced in our cellular energy, exercise, nature-immersion and soul-food. It is easy to get lost on the journey if we do not have a holistic, integral approach to conserving our forward momentum..."movement, e-motion." If no great quest is naturally elicited we can at least find a large problem, and provide a solution, thereby kick-starting the Muse toward a specific goal.