The actual, “virtual cloud” of human existence

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readSep 5, 2021

Question from the Internet:

“Your intrinsic views and comments about a perfectly integrated human society hold sustainability, but ultimately as a whole society and the individual convert, adapts to the mechanism of the world we live in, with the ultimate attempt to better one’s self, the environment, and society as a whole in I suppose egoistic attempt to create a better soul/souls, in the hope of redemption and to seek a place in Heaven with God as our Saviour…the salvation most of us admire and adore.

As for society, have you ever considered that all of our CNSs are connected in a quantumly biological way? “

Kabbalah — a unique, empirical, natural science — teaches that we are all irrevocably, intimately interconnected like individual neurons in the CNS, but not in a physical way, but on a much deeper, emotional, thought level.

Our physical mind, nervous system acts as a certain modem to capture and digest this “cloud” where we are all interconnected to a single, completely, mutually integrated system, which at this stage — due to our inherently egocentric, subjective consciousness, perception — we are not aware of, cannot actually feel.

We can — through the practical, scientific method Kabbalists prepared for us — use this “physical modem” in us, by interconnecting with each other in a unique way, access and start perceiving that non-physical “cloud” where we are all part of the same network. We can develop this perception of that “non-physical” cloud to such an extent that sensing ourselves there overrides our present physical sensation.

This means that even after the demise of our physical bodies we will continue sensing existence in that “cloud”, in our mutually integrated network above the physical, subjective, egocentric limitations of time, space, and motion.

This is something we can all tangibly, realistically, purposefully, and methodically achieve here and now, while we still feel ourselves alive in our biological bodies.

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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.