KEPF Philosophy

KEPF seeks to understand and cultivate collective-self awareness. Modern culture is so imbued with the dogma of the individual and so jumbled that together with a backdrop of "nations", that it cannot see the forest for the trees. One solution, KEPF suggests, is to rigorously develop and apply the concept of "the individual", while recognizing that it is a concept.

Therefore KEPF proposes a guideline for autonomous individuals to develop the health and wellbeing of their associated bodies, while observing and cultivating healthy relations with others individuals and observing and cultivating healthy relations with the various types of society with which they interact. An autonomous individual is free to make life-changing decisions without obtaining the permission of anyone. This autonomy has mental, emotional and physical components. The work of culturing or building "collective soul" may be an advanced application of this understanding.

This guideline provides for a stepwise expansion of social relations, without abandoning “core self” and priorities.

  1. KEPF recognizes the biological component of human awareness and individuality and proposes that autonomous individuals establish as a core priority the health and wellbeing of the biological unit that he or she primarily identifies with. This demands that he or she uses intelligence, intuition and awareness to modulate bodily behavior in alignment with that priority and to detach from social relations and habits that are contrary to that priority.
  2. KEPF advocates that autonomous individuals learn to engage in behavior with peers which is recognized as fair by those participating in the interaction. “Peers” are other autonomous individuals.
  3. KEPF advocates that when autonomous individuals interact with communities, they nurture the development of intelligence and harmony within themselves and within the culture and social fabric of the communities.
  4. KEPF advocates that autonomous individuals interact with Publics according to the laws that define and govern those Publics. If an autonomous individual experiences the laws of a Public as onerous to his or her development, he or she may refrain from interacting with that Public.
  5. KEPF advocates that autonomous individuals may form associations which freely adopt common cognitive frameworks and laws, in order to live more healthy and fulfilled lives.
  6. KEPF advocates that such associations adopt a “spiritually scientific” attitude to life that enables those associated to expand awareness and exploration of the possibilities of life.