We can learn how to snap out of the vicious historic cycles!

Question from the Internet:

“Why does humanity seem to be a bag of walking problems? Can it do nothing without it resulting in crises, problems, and suffering? Is this towards itself or towards the external and natural world?”

Your assessment is spot on. It also reflects the helplessly recurring vicious cycles as we have been building and destroying civilizations for millennia.

And now in our own civilization we are also reaching the seemingly inevitable dead-end, leading to the usual civilization-ending explosion, which might mean the end of the human species considering our mass destructive capability, and the irreversible imbalance we have caused in Nature.

The root cause of this problem — we only started to recognise, accept on a mass scale in our generation — is the inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and exploitative program that drives all of us. Thus as long as we continue blindly, instinctively following this program we have no chance of escaping the seemingly inevitable self-destruction.

The signs are not good.

As we can ascertain during the pandemic from leaders to laypeople, everybody can hardly wait to return to the same, unnatural, excessively consuming, ruthlessly competitive life, succeeding at each other’s and Nature’s expense without about desire, inclination to change.

Fortunately there is a growing, so far invisible and silent “critical mass" of people, who could become the pioneers, potentially capable of redirecting, pulling Humanity towards a different, safer, peaceful, just and sustainable future.

These pioneers use a very special, purposeful and highly practical external method for changing, upgrading their own Human nature, attitude towards each other, and by that they will become the shining positive example in a global Human society that is becoming increasingly chaotic, hopeless and dark.


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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.