What does human communication look like on our next evolutionary level?

Question from the Internet:

“What if you have the power to communicate with everyone on their own understanding at the same time, is that even possible?”

It is possible and actually achieving such mutual communication is our next state of evolution, as only in such a way can we achieve the ideal mutual integration our collective survival depends on.

In order to communicate with everyone on their own understanding, I need to develop the ability to completely silence, subdue my own, inherently egocentric, subjective perception, attitude. Then I would be able to “enter”, accept, tolerate the desires, needs, and viewpoints of another, even others as if they were mine.

And when I can practically, tangibly sense the desires, needs, and viewpoints of others as “mine, then I can act towards them, helping to fulfill them without any subjective, egocentric bias that distorts, corrupts everything.

This is an actual ability, survival necessity we can learn and acquire with the help of a unique, purposeful, and practical method that is built on Nature’s integral template and Nature’s laws that govern the general balance and homeostasis life depends on.

It is a difficult, gradual process that is facilitated by a special environment where all participants commit to achieving this unprecedented attitude, perception of reality, especially to help others to achieve this in a mutually complementing manner.

Then such small environments, groups can merge and attach more and more people — willing to swap the inherently “single-cell” existence to a qualitatively much higher, more advanced “multi-cellular” existence — to themselves, gradually transforming human existence.



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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.