Is the world controlled by a single entity?

Zsolt Hermann
3 min readJan 26, 2023

Question from the Internet:

“Do you believe everything in this world is controlled by one entity, and why?”

Yes, the world is controlled by one entity. If the world was not controlled by a single entity, life would not be possible.

Human beings are unique parts of nature, sensing ourselves as independent, standalone beings. We are convinced we can exist on our own, and our main aspirations in life are individual freedom and the complete liberty to do whatever we want in any given situation.

Now imagine if the cells and organs of our biological body behaved the same way. Would we be able to stay healthy and survive even for a second? How could life and positive development exist without all cells, organs, and all the comprising elements of nature harmoniously cooperating and mutually complementing each other — as if following a single frequency or heartbeat?

And why don’t human beings feel this single frequency or heartbeat? Why are we instinctively going against general harmony and homeostasis?

The whole natural reality is governed by a single force field, according to a “theory of everything” or a single evolutionary plan, developing the whole system from a distinct origin towards a predetermined, distinct final goal.

If it was not like this, if we existed in a random system without any central governing force and a singular developmental plan, life simply could not exist.

Why are we “blissfully unaware” of this? Why do most people reject this idea of existing in a single, lawful, and deterministic living system?

It is because this is against our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric, and individualistic nature. If we accepted that we are part of such a single, fully, and mutually integrated system that is governed by a single “idea” or force field, we would need to forfeit our certainty about individual freedom and personal uniqueness.

If we were [parts of such a single and integral system, we would need to exist and behave how the system requires us to exist instead of making our own decisions and actions for our own benefit. So we stubbornly build our human system as if we could exist independently, according to our arbitrary human philosophies and ideologies, defying the laws of nature and evolution’s direction.

How do we fare with this?

When we look at how our generation is inevitably inching closer to a global meltdown, when we observe the total and desperate helplessness as we are facing mounting global crisis situations that threaten our existence, we can conclude that our self-serving, individualistic and excessively overconsuming human system is failing. If we are honest with ourselves, we can recognize and accept that our incompatibility with nature’s system — operating according to a single force field and a single developmental plan — can literally cost us our collective survival.

In truth, all we need is a special method that can help us understand and actually feel that what we consider “freedom” — each pitting against others, each surviving and succeeding at the expense of others — is, in truth, slavery to our selfish egos that destroy and kills like cancer.

We can develop and practice a nature-like mutual integration and cooperation to a point where we start to feel that our true freedom is through dissolving into each other and building a single, living human organism that is also integrated into nature.

As a result, being detached from the 100% egocentric and subjective prisons our ego forces us into, we can experience a totally different and qualitatively much higher sense of Human existence.

We can build and experience a collective consciousness and a unique, composite perception of reality where we practically and viscerally feel and perceive reality without any limitations regarding time or space. We can even detach ourselves from seeing physical life or death — while still seemingly living in our present protein bodies.

True freedom is the result of the separation from the egoistic self, becoming healthy cells in a single human organism that is a fully integrated and fully conscious element of nature’s all-encompassing system.

And then, we will tangibly and irrevocably feel that single, all-encompassing entity, force field, and frequency that controls and develops reality.

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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.