Making factual, collective decisions
Question from the Internet:
“How is it possible to make better decisions without all the facts?”
We can’t make proper decisions, we cannot find proper solutions without the facts.
On the other hand, we all have a 100% egocentric, subjective perception of reality, thus we are individually unable to see the world factually, “as it is”.
Still, we can come to an objective, true perception of reality with the help of a special, purposeful, and highly practical scientific method, that can teach us how to observe, perceive reality together, through each other, by each annulling, restricting their own point of view, desires and thoughts towards the others.
Then through the others, we gain a completely new, composite, holographic perception of reality over our inherently limited, distorted, egocentric, and subjective viewpoint.
Through this new “holographic” perception we can understand reality in a unique, multi-angled, “quantum” manner above the illusory, egocentric, and subjective limitations of time, space, and physical motion.
And then with this collective, composite perception and the resulting collective consciousness, intellect we can easily make the right decision leading to true solutions.