Are we truly insignificant specks in the Universe?

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readNov 2, 2022


Question from the Internet:

“Isn’t the idea that we are alone in a vast, unfamiliar, and ever-expanding universe nightmarish? Could there be a better place for humans than Earth?”

I fully agree with you. It is a nightmarish feeling to feel ourselves alone in a vast and mostly unknown Universe. Even together with other people and the whole planet, we are not even a speck floating aimlessly around compared to the Universe.

And as long as we remain as we are, locked into our inherently egocentric and subjective field of vision, sensing from reality only what is deemed important for our 100% self-serving, self-justifying and individualistic calculations and perception, nothing will change.

But if we decide and desire to break out of our limited and distorted cocoons in order to develop a truly objective and truthful perception of reality and life-experience, we can build a deep and intimate relationship with the Universe.

We can reach the state when instead of feeling like useless and insignificant specks floating around aimlessly, we basically hold the whole Universe in our hands, seeing and understanding all the cause-and-effect processes that create and nurture life in the whole system.

If we learn how to break out of our limited and distorted, egocentric and subjective prisons by experiencing and perceiving reality through the desires and viewpoints of other people, we acquire an unlimited, multi-faceted and composite perception of reality above and beyond the limitations of time and space.

We can practically and purposefully achieve this with the help of a special method in the right, methodically organized human environment.

Then we will understand that it does not matter if we come to this recognition on Earth or on another planet or in “Deep Space”. The changes that determine the changing perception and life-experience unfold inside us. And when we acquire the new, upgraded and qualitatively much higher, limitless and objective “quantum perception”, we will also understand and feel that space and time were only temporary constructs of our original and unreal perception.



Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.