June 18, 2004
Properties of Organization
- Newly emerging organizations develop as a result of a number of
- The general pressure of inherent light and energy behind all
intermediate forms seeks to express its infinite character in life.
- The general play of forces in the environment exerts a pressure
on all existing organizations to adapt to a dynamic and changing
- The pressure within a particular organization to achieve higher
levels of expression within the current and advancing organization of life.
- The increasing power of form, instrumentality, function, process
and consciousness within each organization and its resulting capacity to
perceive newer ways of adaptation and advancement.
- Newly emerging organizations take a very long time to achieve an
active expression in the current organization of life. The initial
expression of a new organization may take place hundreds, thousands, tens
of thousands or even millions of years earlier.
- Newly emerging organizations start as a subconscious expression of
light and energy that percolates to the surface of life through a complex
matrix of intermediate organizations.
- In time, it finds its first rudimentary expression in one or a
small group of isolated individuals within a given collective. At this
point it is a subconscious expression that will take a very long time to
emerge as a clear formulation.
- During these early periods, subconscious light and energy
expresses as impulsive or unplanned action that produces acts or
activities, which help the subconscious impulse take on greater clarity
- Through a series of such events over long periods of time an inner
urging creates a perception that in time awakens as an organized idea.
- The effort to consciously structure action and activities
continues to help their inner perception to become an active formation in
- The emerging organization advances incrementally.
- The quality and nature of the inner drive, its organization in the
mind, the outer instrumentality and knowledge of the forms trying to express
it, the general conditions in the environment and the readiness of the
collective for advancement determine the progress individuals achieve in
expressing a new organization.
- Throughout history individuals have spent a lifetime seeking ways
to develop a new organization without achieving any practical results.
Many times their knowledge was lost. In other cases, it was passed onto
others who shared some insight into the emerging organization. This slow
and tedious effort continued until every factor at each level in the
concerned intermediate organizations was ready for the new organization to
- The original subconscious perception acquired greater substance
and form as the body, life force and mental energy worked to harmonize
around this new idea. When the inner perception took on a subtle and
integrated form in and across all levels of the existing organization, the
inner conditions combined with the necessary instrumentation to express
outwardly as a new intermediate organization.
- The pioneer who succeeds in revealing a new organization is one
who is completely in tune with this subtle and integrated form and
possesses the skills and capabilities to express it as an outer
- Most new organizations are developed simultaneously around the
world by a number of people. The result is credited to the individual
whose inner and outer conditions are supportive and in harmony with life
and its expressive capacities.
- The reason these efforts take place at many locations
simultaneously is because new forms emerge in and from the universal plane
of light and energy into the outer intermediate forms of organizations.
The emergence of new forms is not an exclusive movement; therefore, it
finds multiple centers of expression to increase its chances of success.
Those who are attuned and perceptive attract the emerging idea on behalf
of the collective.
- The emergence of a new organization is a very challenging
situation because all of the pre-existing organizations have a life and
expressive power that has already succeeded in establishing themselves in
the outer world.
- A new organization is isolated, frail, and open to challenge or
threat from all existing forces. Since most new organizations are not
self-sufficient, they require protection to fully establish themselves in
- Many new organizations are destroyed in the initial stages of
expression because outer conditions do not support the new order that
seeks expression. Generally, this is seen as a failure, but in fact, it is
only one step in a long line of the inner and outer forces aligning
themselves at each level until they are strong enough to gain expression
in life. Until the integration, harmonization, and instrumentality is
complete, the conditions for expression have not been met and so the new
form fails to express.
- The pioneer that achieves a break through is an inventor or
innovator. He or she is one in a long line of forms that has worked to
express the new form of light and energy, which is capable of expressing
more of the infinity of their nature.
- The outer pioneer is one who has a number of characteristics:
- He or she must have that inner perception and acceptance of the
- He or she must been touched by the emerging organizations to a
point where a powerful energy related to its emergence fills the pioneer
with a passion, drive, persistence and courage needed to complete the
- He or she must have the necessary inner knowledge and outer
instrumentality (skill) to translate the increasing power of the idea
into an outer form of expression through their own effort or the efforts
- He or she must have enough of a connection with life’s outer
expressive capacity whether permanent or temporary to support the new
organization during its emergence phase
- He or she must be somewhat related to but detached from the
current outer expression of life in order to permit the new idea to enter
- Once the new organization expresses itself in life, it must be
nurtured until it becomes fully organized and self-sufficient.
- If the pioneer is not able to provide these conditions, the form
may not survive.
- During the emergence phase, all existing forms of expression will
challenge the emergence of the new organization. Therefore, a new
organization must be protected from the established order until it has
become self-sufficient and capable of a certain level of self-defense.
- Evolution is full of examples of new organizations emerging and
failing to survive for a long period due to the lack of nurturing and/or
protection It is only when the inner pressure and the outer forces align,
integrate and harmonize that a lasting outer form emerges.
- In the field of biological forms, this process of emergence can
take thousands, tens of thousands and even millions of years to produce a
truly new biological organization.
- In the field of social development, the time required for new
forms to emerge is much less, but it can still take centuries or even
millennia for a new outer organization to fully emerge in society.
- As the society continues to develop and build an increasingly
complex series of intermediate forms, the speed of emergence increases
- Once a new form has emerged and survived, it demonstrates a number
of common characteristics.
- It continuously undergoes a gradual and sometimes dramatic
reorganization in terms of its outer form, instrumentality, function,
process and power of expression, as it establishes itself and becomes
self sufficient and later self expanding across the collective.
- It seeks to extend its actions to a wider and wider cross-section
of the collective until every individual possesses and utilizes its
power. This process of horizontal extension has been historically a slow
and tedious process, but as the overall expressive character of the outer
infrastructure increases this process has become faster and faster.
- In society when the organization spreads to the limit of the
collective in which it has emerged, it uses a number of links to other
social units so that in time it can find expression even in these
unrelated or distant collectives.
- All emerging organizations show a simultaneous process of
horizontal and vertical extension as well as a continuous process of
integration in both directions of its extension.
- New organizations not only extend horizontally across the
society. They also change in character from simple to complex. This
change increases its power and capacity to express its force of action.
- As a new organization emerges it creates a number of secondary
organizations that support its expressive capacity at wider and higher
levels of the collective order.
- All emerging organizations demonstrate a capacity to improve and
increase its efficiency and productivity and that of the collective as it
expands in space and time.
- All emerging organizations demonstrate the ability to create
increasing valuable technology and instrumentation that improves its
functioning and in turn all other functions within the collective.
- All new organizations release a new wave of energy and light into
the society that helps to build up a greater and more integrated power
that drives the collective to higher and higher levels of survival,
growth and development.
- All new organizations
create a new level of capacity within the collective to produce results
that express an increasing level of quality when compared to previous
- All new organizations raise the capacity of the collective in all
types and levels of functioning that moves towards practical infinity.
- All new social organizations increase society’s capacity to
eliminate scarcity and to create greater abundance.
- All new social organizations increase society’s theoretical and
effective knowledge of life and existence.
- All new social organizations increase the life span of members
within the collective.
- All new social organizations increase society’s joy and
- All new social organizations increase the power of society to
create and express beauty.
- All new social organizations increase society’s freedom.
- All new social organizations help society to rise from the
physical realm to the plane of life to the realm of mind and beyond.
- All new social organizations make society more organized and
- All new social organizations make society more disciplined.
- All new social organizations create and express an increasing
range of values across all planes of life.
- All new social organizations require an increasing development of
individual skills in order to use and master the power of organization.