Muhheakannuck Nations at Nu Schodack
When we take on a physical body, we have total control over it unless we temporarily lose this right by misuse. But this is ours to use or lose. No one else can usurp this right. We cannot usurp another’s right to free expression. We incur infringement on our own free expression by so doing.
To be truly sovereign, we must respect the sovereignty of others. Deciding what is “best“ for another violates their sovereignty. In violating another’s sovereignty we violate our own. We are all connected.What we do to another we do to self. Sovereignty includes respect, compassion, cooperation, equality, sharing, non hierarchical and non judgemental ways of interacting. Following the hierarchical dictates of one or a few denies the sovereignty of all. Judging another places the judger over the one judged, denying equality and free expression. Working cooperatively enables all to achieve their aims and purposes with as little effort as needed. Sharing information, knowledge and resources enables all to better succeed. Forming group consensus improves the energy flow, fosters cooperation, respect and compassion, encourages people to do better than they original imagine possible and increases energy levels.