Learning, implementing our true Human potential
Question from the Internet:
Why is it people seem to have no clue what their true potential is as a human being, or what our collective potential as a species could possibly be?
We do not know this because we haven’t learned it yet. Learning it and implementing our actual human potential, role in Nature’s deterministic, fully integrated system makes us Human beings.
If we were born with an instinctive sense of our role, integration in the system, we would be like any other animal, blindly, automatically fulfilling their roles in Nature without actually being aware of it.
Human beings were paradoxically “created” unfinished, as if separated from Nature, as true outsiders who do not feel themselves integrated into the system. As a result through all our lives, through all human evolution we have been fighting Nature and each other in the lack of sensing our inherent mutual integration with each other and Nature.
At the same time, we were also given a special, human intellect, capable of critical self-assessment, an ability to see ourselves ‘from the side”, analyzing how we relate to each other and Nature. And by now we also have a vast amount of historic and contemporary experience to conclude that our separation from each other and Nature, our lack of integration is harmful and will literally kill us.
As a result, in our generation more and more people start questioning their purpose in life, the meaning of life, what it means to be “Human” in Nature.
With the help of a unique, purposeful, and practical educational, scientific method we can learn and tangibly feel our total integration, interdependence from Nature’s side, and how opposite is our own individualistic, egoistic, subjective worldview and behavior compared to this.
Then with the help of this method, we can start to build the “Nature-like” integration between each other — above and against our instinctive separation, rejection — until we achieve a unique state of mutual integration and seamless integration into Nature as a result of the similarity with the system we achieve.
Then, from within the system — while also retaining our independent viewpoint — we can finally, fully understand how Nature works, what Nature-s evolution tries to achieve, and what our unique, unparalleled human role in this system is.
In the end, as a result of this “cosmic education” we go through, we become Nature’s only conscious, integrated but independent observers and partners, we will tangibly feel as if we ourselves designed and governed the system.