We can change how we perceive and experience this world

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readMay 31


Question from the Internet:

“Is this world really a metaphorical battlefield where everyone must fight to stay alive and only the best will keep going in life and the weakest will fall behind?”

You are right. Our world – as we feel and experience it right now – is a metaphorical battlefield where the misunderstood principle of “the survival of the fittest” prevails, meaning whoevere is more ruthless and exploitative, whoevere consumes more and controls others survives while others perish or suffer.

This is not only a “metaphorical battlefield”, but it is also an illusion. As we can see more and more each day, this ruthlessly and exclusively competitive human civilization, where we each try to survive and succeed at each other’s expense, made us exist like cancer – towrads each other and towards nature.

And as such – just like cancer – we are self-destructing and entered terminal stage in our generation.

We feel ourselves existing in this dark and destructive illusion as a result of our inherently egocentric, subjective and individulaistic consciousness and perception of reality. By birth, we all sense ourselves as standalone, separate individuals, that are forced to fight and compete for survival in a hostile natural and human environment, where we can’t trust anything or anybody and has to cater for our own survival at all costs.

But our inherent consciousness and perception of reality is “mistaken”. Evolution purposefull gave birth to human beings with a raw and unfinished consciousness and perception, so we would feel ourselves separated and outside from nature’s otherwise fully integrated, harmonious and mutually complementing system. This was purposeful, to give human beings a unique, separated and outsider point of view of nature, a certain independence we will need for our unique, predetermined and very high, evolutionary Human role and purpose in the system.

In order to come closer to that role and to escape this incessant need to compete and fight against one another – and by that destroying everything including ourselves – we need a unique method that can help us broaden and completely change our consciousness and perception of reality.

We all have to escape our inherently egocentric, subjective and limited and distorted bubbles – or Platos’ Caves – and enter an unlimited, undistorted and totally objective outlook at others and the world. In other words, we could say that we have the ability to rise from an instinctively isolated and “single cell” perception of reality and consciousness to a “multi-cellular” or collective consciousness and conmposite perception through each other.

Then, instead of this dark and hopeless battlefield that can potentially become all of our burial place we can start to sense and experience a real-life “Garden of Eden”, where we all exist for each other’s sake in full integration with nature, all of us immediately and effortlessly receiving everything one needs – as if again existing inside the mother’s womb.

This is something we can start to develop and tangibly feel here and now, with a unique, purposeful and highly practical method.



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.