Is Disobedience the Solution for Change?

Black sheep out of white sheep - text

Translated from French and edited by Rhiame

Right now, the collective consciousness (or planetary consciousness) is awakening and the more I awaken to the reality of who I really am, the more I see things differently. I start seeing the truth behind the lies. The black sheep(1) within me then awakes and wants to rebel.

That’s what happened when I realized in 1992 where my income tax was going and what it was used for. My innate black sheep nature surfaced and I stopped filing my tax return.  It was not difficult to be different because I’ve always been different in my life. But for some people it is more difficult to be different because they’ve never been. One cannot evolve without living one’s difference. It’s important to understand that ‘being different’ is required for someone wanting to evolve. But does it mean one must disobey?


As we have seen in The Big Picture of the Evolution of Human Consciousness(1), the intrinsic nature of the black sheep is disobedience while the white sheep is obedient. But ‘obedience’ is specific to human beings. Let me explain what seems to be a paradox. If we go far back, at the time of the very first cell, the pure cell – right before it started evolving, making exchanges, being afraid and getting restless – it was perfectly obedient. This cell has what I call a “stupid will”, and by stupid I mean innocent, pure, candid. It has no program; it does what it is told to do, period. It is the very attribute of each of our cells; obedience is what we are made of in the beginning.  It’s always surprising to see how obedient most human beings are. It’s simply because it is their core nature.

So it’s time to stop praising disobedience and its kind – rebellion, strike, march, protest, etc…  Andre Gide once said, “The world can only be saved by dissenters.”  No, it’s not true. Remaining a white sheep is certainly not the solution but nor is being a black sheep. It would mean going against our very nature. The fundamental question is: Whom do I obey?

Rebelling is war and it’s exhausting. Remember that fear and exhaustion is what makes us die, nothing else  – as German New Medicine has demonstrated. Therefore we must stop rebelling and waging wars. Why are there wars? Because I am constantly at war deep inside with myself. What happens outside me is just a manifestation of what happens inside. I create in my image and likeness because I am indeed the full Creatrix(2) of the world surrounding me.

How do I create war inside me? Each time my ego resists my soul’s will. The ego is specific to the sheep, whether white or black. It is the guardian of our animal program of survival, the program of death based on fear. As long as I obey my ego (and the external institutions that emerged from it – legal, political, religious, spiritual, educational, family, etc.), there will be war and no shift can be expected – at least not the one we so hope for.

The answer then lies in making the transfer of power from ego to soul(3). This means that I decide to obey my soul only, nothing and nobody else. Since the soul is idessic (divine), it will never tell me to steal, kill or be mean. Only ego can suggest such things. The process is to mutate from poor powerless sheep (ego) to sovereign mare (soul). I transform to a totally new species. It means that I have to die to the sheep, that I have to stop thinking, acting and behaving like a sheep. The process is similar to that of the caterpillar transforming into a butterfly. The caterpillar has to disintegrate totally first for the butterfly to emerge.  How do we do that concretely in daily life? That’s the very path of Personocratia and that’s what we learn during the workshops.

Words of Ghis during the public lecture “Outlaw or Beyond-the-law?” – translated from French and edited by Rhiame I Supra Healing.


  1. Read Personocratia’s booklet #1 to learn more about The Big Picture of Evolution with the 4 Levels of Human Consciousness: white sheep, black sheep, sovereign mare, winged mare
  2. Creatrix: feminine term for “creator”.
  3. Read Personocratia’s booklet #2 to learn more about Ego and Soul, how to identify them and make the transfer of power.