Our real, truly Human development starts only now!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readDec 9, 2020


Question from the Internet:

“If we are a part of this planet, why don’t we have a natural instinct to protect it?”

Because evolution assigned a higher role to Human beings.

This unique evolutionary role requires us to achieve integration, partnership with Nature consciously, proactively, by our own efforts contrary to other animals that are blindly, instinctively integrated into Nature’s system.

We have to become Nature’s fully conscious, independent observers, witnesses, partners. This means that we need to have a special, unparalleled duality, being outsiders in relation to Nature on one hand, while being integrated into Nature on the other hand.

We are born “outside" of Nature — from our inherently egocentric, self-serving, self-justifying, individualistic point of view. This is why we behave a against Nature’s laws that sustain the balance and homeostasis life, optimal development depends on.

When we reach a clear recognition, that by blindly following our unnatural, cancer-like instincts were self-destruct, we can start a new, conscious phase of Human development towards acquiring integration, compatibility with Nature.

Then between the original, egocentric, subjective, destructive state and the new, selfless, altruistic, “Nature-like" state we finally acquire the duality that is necessary for our evolutionary Human role.

This unique transition starts in our time, when more and more people recognize our harmful original program, the danger of imminent self-destruction. We also have the necessary, purposeful and practical educational method that can help those who are already sensitive, willing and ready to start changing, upgrading, fine-tuning themselves.

Thus who we are, who we have been, how Humanity developed up to this point was nothing else but a prelude, preparation for our truly Human, conscious development which starts now!




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.