The evolutionary Human purpose in Nature’s system
Opinion from the Internet on Humanity’s place in Natural evolution:
“If it is natures fully integrated system for us to be forced to evolve and species have become extinct in the past, isn’t it possible that humans will succumb to the same fate if we do not reach the tipping point? It seams that at least 51% of humans would half to proactively “will” ourselves to the next level of evolution. And what if 51% do not want to to?
From what I understand, we have free will, and most people, even if they’re unhappy and uncomfortable, do not want to change. Wouldn’t it be our choice and not necessarily a system of nature forcing us to?
I agree with you that there is a constant evolutionary push. The dinosaurs possibly did evolve into birds and we could have evolved from apes but it is highly unlikely and not yet scientifically proven. So what makes you so sure that it is inevitable?
Could it be possible for humans to be annihilated in the flesh but continue to evolve in spirit? Maybe in the next dimension or a parallel universe. After all, we don’t know how much more abuse the planet can take. It may just shake us off like fleas on a dog.”
These are very important questions.
And I fully understand that it is very difficult to understand, accept what I try to say, write, as it is completely opposite to everything we have known, brought up, educated with.
What I try to pass on is what a very unique, empirical Natural science teaches, which scientific method was compiled by very special scientists through millennia, who managed to change, “fine-tune” themselves to become fully integrated, “insider observers” of Nature’s system, completely neutralizing the inherently egocentric, subjective bias all Human beings are born with.
This gave them unparalleled, selfless and objective consciousness and perception of reality.
As a result they acquired a “higher level”, truly systematic approach to researching Nature, seeing, mapping all the cause and effect precesses, including viewing evolution from its origin to its most optimal final state.
So according to this science evolution’s plan is deterministic and relentless. In this plan Human beings have a very unique, unparalleled role which requires a special preparation.
We have to become integrated into Nature just like any other animals in order to survive, but we also have to retain a unique, independent, conscious observer status, so we could become “Human”: similar to Nature, but capable of observing, understand, witnessing and justifying Nature’s perfection, life-flow.
Other animals cannot do this since they are instinctively integrated in the system, unaware of the balance and the utter perfection of the system they exist in.
Only Human beings have the chance to achieve this unique, conscious observer, witness state.
For that we had to be born “seemingly outside” of the system with opposite qualities, as “enemies of Nature”. It is this inherent “outsider status”, opposition that helps us in achieving the goal Nature’s evolution “assigned” to us.
Thus it is not in Nature’s “interest” - sorry for the humane description, language as Nature is a lawful system so this all unfolds according to laws, not according to am “emotional God”, or “Upper Force” as religions and some other teachings describe - to exterminate us.
We will suffer from not following evolution’s direction, being late in coming to our senses, but it will be “just enough”, just the necessary intolerable suffering to keep us pushing towards what we need to do.
We can hasten, and lighten this process, mostly avoiding the suffering, mattress pressure, if at least a “critical mass” - which doesn’t have to be 50%, but 15–20% of each society, population - starts the necessary changes proactively, consciously, with the help of the above mentioned scientific method.
Finally, when we actually achieve that integration into Nature, and develop the necessary, selfless, objective consciousness, perception of reality, we will start to sense an existence that is unbounded by the usual, subjective, physical limitations of time, space, physical motion, matter.
So how we experience life will become very different even if we still exists in the biological bodies as well…