We exist in a single, fully integrated system — but we do not feel this yet

Question from the Internet:

“What are some issues around the world that either doesn’t make sense to you or you think are redundant, but nobody is doing anything about it?”

Seemingly there are many strange and inexplainable problems worldwide; seemingly, there are many redundant things and many redundant and futile “solutions”.

The problem is that we cannot see the world and reality as a whole; we see everything scattered by our inherently egocentric and subjective perception and consciousness.

Only when we purposefully develop a selfless and integrated consciousness and perception of reality — with the help of a unique, purposeful and practical method — will we be able to see how all the seemingly strange, redundant or inexplainable problems, processes and events interconnect to each other and explain the whole picture.

At the moment, we are like single cells of an integrated living body, each cell sensing and evaluating their state according to their own, disconnected and introverted sensations and experiences. If these cells interconnected and created a collective, mutually complementing circulation and cooperation, suddenly, all the disconnected pieces would comprise a single whole they would all be able to perceive and experience.

This is where we are standing with our human development today, before the breakthrough towards an unprecedented collective consciousness and composite perception of reality that would open up total reality as it is for us.


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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.