Choices demonstrate free will and are one sign of sentient presence. People have free will. Take it away, reduce it, pretend that they don’t have it, or allow them to pretend they don’t, and they are greatly diminished. A team can never surpass the limits of its individual members unless it exploits or even increases the exercise of their free will. An individual can never become a part of—nor really identify with—a team that requires the subversion of his free will as a precondition of membership. Such subversion paradoxically nullifies his ability to truly join. This is why The Core protocols include CheckOut and Passer.
Making decisions is a way for a team to create (and apply) group intention and to identify, incorporate, and mobilize free will.
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