We can all explore, enter a different reality to the extent we want to, we need it.

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readMay 6, 2021

An opinion from the Internet on changing ourselves:

“I agree with your point of view, that we will have to change our attit wanna viewpoint on order to change how we relate to others. But I don’t think that everyone is ment to be enlightened or people would do something about it already. I’ve noticed that the kids are more sensitive but before, perhaps it’s just a matter of evolution. To dominate what we call the “spiritual world” you have to be 150% committed, not everyone is willing to sacrifice everything for something so “indefinite”.”

Of course your are right, not everybody needs to change, reform oneself to the same extent.

A few people will go “all the way" driven by the need to know our purpose in life, how the system works, how we can become partners with the “Universe”, and so on, how to sense a truly eternal, infinite level of existence while living in this world.

The rest will follow and learn a “lighter version" of the same method in order to escape the increasing suffering, uncertainty, to get a better, safer, more predictable and sustainable life.

The starting point is the same for both groups — and there will be other layers in between — as both human survival on the level of this world, and attaining, exploring a higher dimension of human existence depends on building positive, mutually responsible and mutually complementing human interconections, cooperation.

Otherwise we can’t adapt ourselves to Nature’s fully integrated, interdependent system.
And then the level, depth people are willing to enter these connections, dissolve into the desires, needs, viewpoints of others will determine to what extent we can enter and reveal that higher, collective level of human existence.

On the other hand when we change our consciousness, perception of reality through the right practical method, that “higher dimension" which seemed “indefinite" before become very tangible, much more realistic than our present life in this world at the moment!




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.