“Each person has his or her own ideals, and impulses direct those ideals naturally into their own specific avenues of development—avenues meant to fulfill both the individual and his society.

“Impulses provide specifications, methods, meanings, definitions. They point toward definite avenues of expression, avenues that will provide the individual with a sense of actualization, natural power, and that will automatically provide feedback, so that the person knows he is impressing his environment for the better.

“Those natural impulses, followed, will automatically lead to political and social organizations that become both tools for individual development and implements for the fulfillment of the society.”

—The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, Session 860



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