Developing a new sense, new consciousness

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readOct 11, 2020

Question from the Internet:

“If you could create a new human sense, what would it be and what would the human now be able to do?”

We are on the brink of developing a completely new, unprecedented Human sense. Natural evolution expects us to “upgrade” our inherently egocentric, individualistic, subjective consciousness and perception of reality, so we would become able to access, sense, experience Natural reality “as it is”, objectively, truthfully, in its totality.

With our original egocentric, subjective consciousness, perception we are locked into our dark, limited and distorted “cocoons, caves”. We sense only a very superficial layer of the world and even that we distort, corrupt with our self-serving, introverted filters.

Paradoxically the more our technology developed, potentially giving us greater ability to research, attain reality, the more we find ourselves confused, blocked, lost in a world we can’t comprehend. Even our most developed sciences became theoretical, philosophical, probing, fantasizing about Natural phenomena we can’t touch, access due to our incompatibility with the world we want to research.

Thus even for the sake of our survival we need to develop the new sense evolution expects us to develop: a unique collective consciousness, collective intellect and emotional faculties.

We have the necessary, unique, purposeful science, educational method that can help us build the positive, mutually responsible, mutually complementing, selfless interconnections, cooperation that will be the infrastructure of this new, connected sense.

And after we safeguarded our collective survival with the help of this new sense, consciousness we will start to explore a completely new, qualitatively much higher Human existence as a result of the new collective ability.



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.