Can we become “all-seeing” or “all-knowing”?

Question from the Internet:

“Is there anyone who is all-seeing about anything?”

There is no individual person who could become “all-seeing”.

We are all born inherently egocentric and subjective, perceiving a very limited and distorted fragment of reality. Individually we all assess, judge and compute only the parts of reality that concern our 100% self-serving, self-justifying, individualistic and exploitative “pleasure/pain” calculations.

Thus whatever we feel, know, and are certain about is inevitably false and fragmented.

On the other hand, by building and sustaining a unique collective consciousness and accompanying composite perception of reality, we can all become “all-seeing”.

As quantum physics already hints and tries to explain, true reality is beyond our limited coordinates of time, space and physical motion. Only when we become similar to true reality through the above-mentioned collective consciousness and composite perception can we look into, assess and attain reality as it is.

And we have the necessary, purposeful and practical method which can help us develop the necessary skills and abilities by getting used to and accepting and perceiving reality through the desires and viewpoints of other people.

Then we acquire a unique duality and contrast between our inherently egocentric, subjective and limited perception and the newly acquired selfless and objective viewpoint. And through this contrast, we can also precisely and accurately verify the new perception and the reality we start to see, feel and compute.



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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.