Intensions

Step 2: Establish the MISSION that will support the seven objectives. 

We have established seven objectives that applies to every stage of development of Plan 777 from earliest discussions to fully self-sustaining arcologies. Each objective supports a specific element of well-being. Over the next several pages we will briefly explore each objective and the workshops that help to communicate the objective to prospective members of an arcology of well-being.  These workshops can be enjoyed online or in local groups called “hubs.”

 

To accomplish our objectives we established a "leveling up" system.

MEMBER OF THE ONLINE DISCUSSION at GlobalWell-Being.org means you have put serious thought to the questions we are discussing and have contributed ideas and suggestions in many comment boxes.  Until there is a hub forming in your local area, you may progress online with live teachers who will mentor you via phone, email, and text.

MEMBER OF A LOCAL HUB means you are helping to organize a hub in your local area. Attending the workshops will give you the points you need to get an interview for a position on a team.  You will gain access to arcology team openings and can begin the process of finding a niche in an arcology somewhere in the world.

MEMBER OF A TEAM means you have completed the workshops, have reviewed the list of opening, and are ready to offer your time and skills to one of the seven teams.  Each team is focused one of the seven objectives.

MEMBER OF A CO-OP means you are actively forming a co-op, a legal entity that will function within the structure of an arcology.

MEMBER OF AN ARCOLOGY means you have pin-pointed a physical location of the arcology where you want to live and work, and are ready to create a “Contribution Agreement” to offer your unique skills and talents to the arcology economy.

HUB-OM.COM

We call our hubs, “Hub-Om”

HUB: Highest Universal Blueprint   OM: Oneness Model   

“Hub” is a center or a gathering place.
“Om” is that tone that sends vibrations of well-being out into the universe during meditation.
“HUB-OM” Five letters that mean so much.

 

Forming Local Hubs

The first physical sign of a developing arcology is the formation of a local “hub.”  To build arcologies from the inside out we compiled educational workshops that inform, educate, and prepare interested people for life in a non-profit arcology of well-being in service to others.

The “hub” refers to both a physical location, a place where we can gather together for workshops and think tanks. These local gatherings are how we build lasting relationships before building the arcology. The “hub” can also refer to a group of people, organized by meeting in homes.  This hub might also be a subset within existing groups such as churches, the workplace, schools or community centers. The “hub” can also refer to the function, the teaching center where lives are changed for the better, workshops and think tanks that build lasting relationships that may lay the foundation for the arcology.

Many benefits can be achieved by establishing hubs of connection long before designing and building an arcology of well-being.  The functionality of the arcology can be in full swing before any sizable monetary investment is made simply by organizing a variety of weekly workshops. These meetings will provide the opportunity for real-world experiments in social and economic structures.  New members will have the opportunity to see if the core values of Global Well-Being aligns closely with their own values.  They can come and go easily in the early stages rather than leaving later from a more committed position in the community economic system.

These formative meetings provide a “cocoon” for the crucial stages of inner transformation. Our Workshops and Think Tanks are designed to “build communities from the ground up.”  We first form a hub by gathering friends and family over a common meal to learn skills that will lay the foundation for living in a self-sustaining community.  When you work your way through the foundation workshops, you are then equipped to teach workshops in your local area to earn extra income.  This will begin the process of “making money” in a whole new way that leads to something specific for you to contribute to an arcology of well-being some day in the future.

HUB-OM

Hub-Om is made up of seven teams formed around one of the seven objectives corresponding to “building from the inside out.”  Your budding teams will soon develop co-ops that will function as the seven centers of your future arcology. These steps will be covered in other chapters. 

The director of each center is the first position that is needed to get a team started. Team planning meetings for all seven centers can be combined until they grow past 90 minutes in length. When all seven teams cannot complete their planning together in under 90 minutes, each team can meet at a separate time, but please don’t set them all up at the same time. Assign a day of the week to each of the seven team meetings. Remember that all seven elements are important to the well-being of each individual. If each team director holds a planning meeting on a separate day of the week it is possible that those who wanted to attend all seven meetings would be able to.  

MISSION:  Well-Being for All

VISION: "Build Arcologies of Well-Being from the inside out and the ground up, online first, then on land, nearby and around the world."

Self Governance:

  • No carrots to motivate.
  • No punishment to enforce.
  • No firing. No reviews.
  • Order without supervisors.
  • Free agents interacting.
  • Transparent framework and rules.
  • Information flowing freely.
  • Autonomy and freedom to act.
  • Collaborative alignment.
  • Not self-reliant independence, but an inter-dependent support system.

Two rules: 

  • We will not use force.
  • We will honor our commitments.

Seven objectives

for every local hub.

We all need to actively seek all 7 objectives.

1. Stabilize Basic Needs

2. Improve Self Care

3. Develop Life Purpose

4. Expand Consciousness

5. Unify Families

5. Protect Resources

7. Heal Humanity