Contemporary human society
Question from the Internet:
“How is the contemporary human experience strengthening the human person functioning in our society?”
Our contemporary human experience is the mass recognition of our inevitable mutual integration and our total interdependence on each other — on a global scale.
Most people experience this as an unpleasant experience, lamenting the loss of personal independence, trying to escape the total mutual responsibility that comes with this state.
This is why we need a unique, purposeful and highly practical educational method that can help us understand and tangibly, “viscerally” feel how much we can gain by adjusting and adapting ourselves to this mutual co-existence and the necessary, mutually responsible and mutually complementing cooperation.
After all, when we willingly and practically build a “Nature-like” mutual integration and with its help acquire an unprecedented collective consciousness, and composite perception of reality, we also acquire an upgraded, unlimited sense of existence, liberated from the original, subjective and egocentric restrictions of time, space and physical motion.