Uniting above differences

Question from the Internet:

“With everyone having their own agenda, how could we ever come to a consensus on anything?”

This is something we have to learn. As you said, by default, instinctively we are all locked into our own egocentric and subjective bubbles.

Moreover, as a result of our 100% self-serving, self-justifying, individualistic, and exploitative nature we constantly try to succeed, survive at each other’s expense.

This means that instinctively we all behave, act, exist like cancer cells towards each other and Nature. On the other hand — as we learn from historical experience and even more from contemporary events — these destructive cancer cells, individual humans are locked into a single, fully integrated, and interdependent system. This is why we reach a very real breaking point, the edge of the cliff leading to humanity’s self-destruction.

Fortunately, with the help of a unique, purposeful, and highly practical educational method — that is based on Nature’s strict, unforgiving laws of mutual integration — we can understand and tangibly feel our inevitable interdependence.

We can “viscerally feel” what this interdependence means and what we gain by adapting ourselves to Nature’s integral template above and against our instinctive nature. The fast-changing events around us already show what will happen, what is already happening if we stay within our inherent egocentric, subjective bubbles.

The right education can help us to rise above our instincts and become similar to Nature consciously, purposefully, methodically — first simply to survive as a single species in Nature, then also learning how to elevate ourselves to a qualitatively much higher level of collective existence we can’t even dream about, comprehend right now.



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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.