Within the framework of modern society, constitutional values/principles are the closest we have to this. In the UK we have the Magna Carta (1215) and there is also the Constitution of the United States and Australia (amongst others).
First and foremost, they operate on the fundamental premise of ‘do no harm’, outlining core, inalienable rights afforded to human beings by virtue of being living, breathing souls. These include the right to free movement, freedom of assembly and free expression. These rights are not given to us, but are our birthright, granted by a higher authority, which is our own divinity. It does not matter whether or not you deny the existence of a creator, for no man, government or institution can assume that role. Therefore, any institution in existence is created by the people, for the people and has no dominion over them.
When we were served our birth papers, these were creating a fictional identity. We were conditioned into accepting this, but it was never signed by the flesh and blood human with their expressed consent. In effect, it has no true legitimacy. At any point we can revoke permission to identify with our state issued identity and to reclaim our authentic identity . This is the transcendent spiritual and sovereign self.