To become “experts” first we need to acquire a selfless, objective viewpoint

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readAug 11, 2020

Question from the Internet:

“Why do the so-called "experts" say one thing but we never experience nor know anyone who has experienced anything regarding the subject that the experts know so much about?”

First of all, our inherent consciousness, perception of reality is self-justifying, subjective, egocentric. Thus even true scientists, experts conclude their research, findings as they see it true, proven from their own point of view.

As long as we didn't figure out, learned how to observe, research reality in a completely selfless, truthful, objective way, our “expertise” will remain limited, distorted, it is by default flawed.

Additionally in our age of partisanship, celebrity culture “experts” have become paid propaganda, part of pop culture, anybody who became famous for any reason suddenly becomes an expert on any issue that fills the headlines.

Thus the only way out of this false state is first of all, to help those who want to achieve a truly objective, selfless viewpoint on reality, to give them the appropriate, purposeful and practical method that can help them rise above their inherent viewpoints, to detach themselves from their automatically egocentric, subjective bias.

Then from those will grow out a few “true experts”, who can study and attain Nature's system we exist in “as it is”. Then they can advise us how to solve problems as they will be able to reveal the true root causes and their solutions.



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.