Question: Is there a place in the integral system for a person’s individual work?
Answer: A person’s individual work is how he makes himself an integral part of the entire system. His individual work is enormous.
Being a small wheel of the general system, he should see the entire mechanism in front of himself, how he starts it and how everything depends on him. He must perceive this whole mechanism as perfect, depending only on him.
That is, his personality is not lost, but, rather, it becomes unique.
He is the only one that runs the entire world.
From KabTV’s “Building the Social Environment” 9/25/12