The Principle states that government should model itself on “a perfect individual.” The individual possesses six functions. The body 1. follows laws and has 2. internal information systems and 3. control mechanisms by which 4. to obtain, distribute and dispose of energy and 5. to act upon its world. The mind 6. decides what actions to take. Cheon Il Guk’s government has the same six functions.


  1. I deeply appreciate these videos, but I often have difficulty finding the correct ‘next’ video in the series. This may be ONLY my problem, or a glitch in the website.

  2. Correction.

    Dear brothers and sisters,

    With respect.

    Should a church be promoting some different form of government at all?

    Especially as specifically as this site seems to?

    We have laws in our modern democracy to uphold the separation of church and state.

    They exist for a good reason. To protect individual liberty and religious privacy.

    Shouldn’t we be teaching young people to respect these laws?

    Thank you for your consideration.

    • Dear Mark,

      Thanks for your comment and sorry for the late response. My assumptions are that our present form(s) of government are inadequate and in need of improvement, that the improvement needs to come from “inside out,” from a change in values and spirituality (as the Reformation and Great Awakening set the foundation for the American Revolution), and from a change in ideology (as the Enlightenment also set the foundation for the American Revolution), and that True Parents are presenting a correct and persuasive definition of values, spirituality and ideology that are the last best hope to make the needed improvements on our present form(s) of government. The CIG Constitution in no way calls anyone to disrespect laws, and it honors the separation of church and state, as the US Founder’s defined, while honoring the authority of nature and nature’s God, as the US Founders called us to do. So, with these things in mind, I’m promoting a different form of government. I look forward to getting your detailed issues on the specifics that I’m presenting.

      Best always, Tyler


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