1. Living life to the fullest, by not worrying about how the future will turn out or even about how the present is shaping up. Acknowledge your circumstances and work to improve them if you want, and plan for the future, but know that worry solves nothing.
2. Having reason, logic, and an open mind and heart in one's spirituality, and the belief that anything is possible.
3. Wisdom and enlightenment as a process, not a destination. Even Lucifer is in this process.
4. Having ideas, but not beliefs. Beliefs being the one thing most humans will kill or die over, it is not advised to have beliefs.
5. That something is true beyond this physical plane, and it can be known, but as with any science, things change. Thus, dogma is discouraged. "When dogma enters the brain, all intellectual activity ceases." - R. A. Wilson
6. Respect for all life forms - causing them no needless hurt or cruelty - because we are all interconnected. It is not wise to chance what might become of your own survival by harming the environment of which you are a part (in this case, Earth.)
7. Not doubting your abilities, for you are capable of becoming as the Gods themselves. Even the Christian Bible says we are made in the Gods' image, which means we are young Gods, not fully grown.
8. Reality as a fluid - yet mostly consensus-based - thing. You have power to influence reality, but so does everyone else. Do not lapse into solipsism... if you were all that there was, nothing would be out of your immediate ability to create.
9. Life as an ever-changing process, a balance between creation and evolution. One's ethics and morals, if rigid in such a fluid world, are bound to snap. Be like the reed, and bend with the winds of change, to avoid breaking in them.
10. Freedom to dress, say, be, do, have sex, and think as you want to, as long as you are not willfully or needlessly hurting, killing, or harassing another living being. And by "needlessly" I mean "for any reason other than food, shelter, or clothing, while keeping in consideration the sixth statement, and without being cruel."
11. Taking responsibility for the natural consequences of your actions. Not punishments, just natural consequences. Punishments are artificial consequences.
12. Having an open mind, open heart, and compassion. This does NOT mean you must tolerate abuse. Quite the opposite: the best thing for both abuser and abused is to take action against the abuse. Try not to kill, for self defense is not just killing, but defend one's self however one must.
13. Defense of the Self as not just the body and mind - not even as primarily the body and mind; Self is Mind, Body, AND Soul. Attacks against the Self come in many forms; identify them and defend against them.
14. Recognizing that you ARE qualified AND equipped to intuitively know the Truth, even (and especially) when it differs from what you've been taught. Just follow your heart and you cannot go wrong. Though figuring out what's coming from your heart and what is from other sources can be difficult.