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EvolutionEntwicklung

 

Text der Genesis auf einer Eierschale

Sow a thought and you reap an action;
sow an act and you reap a habit;
sow a habit and you reap a character;
sow a character and you reap a destiny.

Saying in 19th century


 

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Evolution

Spiral Dynamics Bewusstseinsskala – Ken Wilber (Terminologie / Farbgebung)

Spiral Dynamics Bewusstseinsskala
Vom Ersten Tier zum Zweiten Tier
Vom Mangelbewusstsein zum Ganzheitsbewusstsein
StufeFarbeAktiviert
seit
Stadium der EntwicklungFokus / OrientierungBeschreibung
Selbstausdruck
Tier
Bewusstsein
ERSTES TIER * Kontext der Getrenntheit * Überleben * Dualität * Bedürftigkeit/Knappheit
1.Infrarot
bisher
Beige
100.000
v. Chr.
Säugling
______________
Überleben
Jäger und Sammler
Archaisch-instinktiv unwillkürlich-reflexhafte ÜberlebensorientierungDer Selbstausdruck dient den zwingenden körperlichen Überlebensbedürfnissen des instinkt-gesteuerten Homo sapiens.1. Tier
Mangel
2.Magenta
bisher
Violett
50.000
v. Chr.
Kleinkind vor dem
3. Lebensjahr
______________
Familie Sippe
Stammeskultur
Magisch-animistisch tribalistische GruppenordnungDer zwingend vorausgesetzte Selbstausdruck ist, sich den Ältestenführern und Sitten zu unterwerfen.1. Tier
Mangel
3.Rot7000
v. Chr.
Trotzphase
3.-4. Lebensjahr
______________
Ich-Bestimmung
Feudalismus
EGOZENTRISCH egoistisch-ausbeutend, Zwangsmacht Götter-GewaltherrschaftImpulsiv-reaktiver Selbstausdruck zur Erfüllung eigener Wünsche
jenseits von Schuld- und Schamgefühl
1. Tier
Mangel
4.Bernstein
bisher
Blau
3000
v. Chr.
Kindheit bis zur Pubertät
______________
Gesellschaftliche Ordnung
Früher Nationalstaat
SOZIOZENTRISCH mythisch-absolutistisch zweckbestimmt-autoritäre Gehorsamkeits-OrdnungSelbstaufopfernder zweckbestimmter Gehorsam gegenüber rechtmäßigen Autoritätsfiguren zugunsten von Vergünstigungen1. Tier
Mangel
5.Orange1000
n. Chr.

(600 n. Chr. nach Graves / Calhoun)
Junger Erwachsener
18.-25. Lebensjahr
______________
Sozialverträglichkeit
Nationalstaat
WELTZENTRISCH rational leistungsorientiert wissenschaftlich-strategischKalkulierter Selbstausdruck, um Ziele zu erreichen, ohne den Zorn einflussreicher Menschen auf sich zu ziehen1. Tier
Mangel
6.Gruen1850 n. Chr.
nachdrücklich seit Beginn des 20. Jhts.
Erwachsener bis zur Midlife-Crisis
______________
Gesellschaftlicher Konstruktivismus
Korporatismus
WELTZENTRISCH pluralistisch-komplex relativistisch-personalistischgemeinschaftsorientiert-ebenbürtig-partnerschaftlichHintanstellung von Eigeninteressen zugunsten von Akzeptanz und Gruppenharmonie1. Tier
Mangel
ZWEITES TIER * Monumentaler Sinnsprung * Kontext der Interverbundenheit * Nichtlineare Seinserfahrung
7.Blaugrün
bisher
Gelb
1950Erwachsener
ab 40. Lebensjahr
______________
Integrale Wahrnehmung
Kokreation
WELTZENTRISCH bis KOSMOZENTRISCH systemisch-integrativAchtsamer Selbstausdruck, der anderen möglichst nicht schadet und nicht nur dem eigenen Leben dient.2. Tier
Sein

2010: 4-5%
der Menschheit
>2020-30: 11%
der Menschheit
8.Türkis1970Reifer Erwachsener
Nur vereinzelt anzutreffen
______________
Integral-holonisches Bewusstsein
Kohärenz
KOSMOZENTRISCH
Holistisch
Verzicht auf Eigeninteressen zugunsten eines interverbundenen globalen Systems, das gerade erst entsteht2. Tier
Sein

2010: 0,4-0,5%
der Menschheit

 

Quellen (engl.):
► Audiovortrag von Ken Wilber Integral Education, vor Studenten der John F. Kennedy University
Gastgeber Integral+Life, 49 Minuten Dauer, Denver, Colorado, April 2010
► Videobotschaft von Marianne Williamson, Are you part of the 11%? [Gehörst du zu den 11%?],
präsentiert vom Institute of Noetic Sciences, 1:11 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt von shiftinaction 18. Oktober 2007
Siehe auch (engl.): ► Passage from
force driven controlling egoselfpower dwelling Self

 

༺༻EntwicklungsebenePotenzEigenschaft
1.EgozentrischPotenz 1Präkonventionell
2.SoziozentrischPotenz 10 Konventionell
Prärational
3.WeltzentrischPotenz 100Rational
Postkonventionell
4.Kosmo/Spirit/SELBSTzentrischPotenz 1000Transrational

Zwei Versionen der Darwinschen Evolutionstheorie – David Loye


Zwei Auslegungen der Evolutionstheorie von Charles Darwin:
Reduzierter Darwinismus
Dominanz / Unterwerfung (1859) ⇔
Wiederentdeckter Darwinismus – Partnerschaft (2007)
1
Darwins Evolutionstheorie weist aus, dass Entwicklung wesentlich beflusst wird durch
moralisches Empfinden, ethische Einfühlung und (Herzens)Bildung,
NICHT durch Konkurrenzverhalten.
Diese Erkenntnis blieb fast 150 Jahre lang verborgen.
LebensbereichBreite StraßeSchmaler Weg
Enge Pforte
TheorieReduzierter Darwinismus (1859)
"Überleben des Stärkeren"
Syndrom des Egoistischen Gens
Wiederentdeckter Darwinismus (2007)
Liebende Evolutionstheorie
Gegenseitige Fürsorge
VerhaltensmodusDominierend
KONKURRENZDENKEN
Partnerschaftlich
ZUSAMMENARBEIT
AntriebMotivationInspiration
AlterPubertät
Jugendliche Selbstbezogenheit
Erwachsenenreife
Gereifte Gegenseitigkeit
GemeinschaftMindermenschliche, menschenverachtende
und menschenunwürdige Evolution
Entfaltete menschliche Evolution
PolitikBearbeitung (Unterwerfung) und AnpassungDurchsetzung und Streben
WirtschaftEgoismus und Gier,
die wenigen Privilegierten Wohlstand ermöglicht
verbunden mit einem menschenfreundlichen
Trickle-down-Effekt zugunsten der Vielen
Fürsorglichkeit und miteinander Teilen,
um die Schätze der Erde an viele weiterzureichen
WissenschaftReduktionistische Theorie und Geschichte
orientiert an der weit zurückliegenden Vergangenheit
Expansionistische Theorie und Geschichte
orientiert an Gegenwart und Zukunft
Ethik"Überleben des Stärkeren" und
Egoismus über alles
als Antriebskraft der menschlichen Evolution
Liebe und moralisches Einfühlen
als Antriebskraft der menschlichen Evolution
SpiritualitätGrausamer Gott meines
Volks gegen andere Völker

ein Gott, dem man gehorchen muss
Gnädiger Gott aller Menschen beziehungsweise
Guter Wille von Oben und von Unten
zugunsten eines Lebens in Fülle für alle

 

Hinweis: Der Paläontologe Stephen J. Gould †, der zeitlebens ein Vertreter der herkömmlichen Auslegung von Darwins Evolutionstheorie war, wies wiederholt darauf hin, dass die Weltanschauung des Faschismus (Nazismus) mit dem darwinistischen Denkmodell des Überleben des Stärkeren einhergeht.

 

  • Die wichtigste Frage, die ein Mensch sich im Leben stellen kann, lautet: Ist das Universum ein freundlicher Ort oder nicht? Albert Einstein (1879-1955) deutschstämmiger US-amerikanischer-schweizer theoretischer Physiker, Entwickler der Allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie, Physik-Nobelpreisträger, 1921, Aphorismus

 

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Pasteurs Eingeständnis auf dem Sterbebett:

Entgegen seinen eigenen wiederholten Forschungsergebnissem, welche die spontane Lebensentstehung unter sterilen mikrobiologischen Laborbedingungen bestätigten, hatte Pasteur zeitlebens die sozialdarwinistische reduktionistische Auslegung der Evolutionstheorie Darwins vertreten. In den Jahren 1860-1880 ging die wissenschaftliche Debatte darum, ob 'Selbstentstehung' [spontane Lebensemergenz] möglich sei oder nicht. Pasteur hatte Bernards Feldthese des Nährbodens erfolgreich unterdrückt.2 Auf seinem Sterbebett anerkannte Pasteur die Gültigkeit der Arbeit seines von ihm zu Lebzeiten verfolgten Kollegen Bernard.

  • [Claude] Bernard [(1813-1878) französischer Physiologe] hat Recht. Der Keim ist nichts, doch der Nährboden alles. Louis Pasteur [Vater der Mikrobiologie ] (1822-1895) französischer Chemiker, Arzt, Biologe, Villeneuve-l’Étang bei Paris, 28. September 1895

 

Siehe auch:
Die Umkehr des Denkmodells Jemande ⇔ Niemande – Soziale Unternehmenspolitik
Ich-orientiertes Bankwesen ⇔ Du-Wir-orientiertes soziales Bankwesen

Zitate zum Thema Wachstum und Evolution / Growth and evolution

Zitate allgemein

Persönliche Bekenntnisse

  • In den äußersten Zuständen des Schwankens bin ich niemals ein Atheist in dem Sinne gewesen, dass ich die Existenz eines Gottes geleugnet hätte. Ich glaube im allgemeinen (und desto mehr und mehr ich älter werde), aber nicht immer, dass Agnostiker die korrekteste Bezeichnung für meinen Seelenzustand sein würde. Charles Darwin (1809-1882) britischer Naturforscher, Entwickler der biologischen Evolutionstheorie, Briefe an J. Fordyl, zitiert in: Ulrich Beer, Darwin war kein Darwinist, präsentiert vom Rheinischer Merkur, S. 20, Nr. 12, 2006
  • Die Evolution der Menschheit wird durch Gewalt charakterisiert, etwas das Erich Fromm "bösartige Aggression" nannte. Es ist grundsätzlich anders als die Art von Aggression, die man in der Natur sieht: Überleben, Beschaffung von Nahrung oder sexueller Wettbewerb. […] Diese bösartige Aggression bedeutet nach Fromms Verständnis auch eine Art unstillbare Gier, die Tendenz, immer mehr haben zu wollen, mehr Macht, mehr Geld, mehr Besitz, mehr Territorium. Das ist charakteristisch für die menschliche Geschichte. Interview mit Stanislav Grof, M.D., Ph.D. (*1931) tschechisch-US-amerikanischer Psychiater, Psychotherapeut, Medizinphilosoph, Mitbegründer der transpersonalen Psychologie, Autor, Die Welt ist perfekt, präsentiert von Transpersonale Perspektiven, Kareem van Gennip, Vol. 4/98, Logos-Verlag-Berlin, Juli 1998

 

➤ Wir können die Unlenksamkeit des Bösen anerkennen und dennoch nach Würde streben.
➤ Ohne Verklärung können wir verstehen, dass es immer Krieg geben wird, und dennoch für den Frieden arbeiten.
Das können wir tun – denn das ist die Geschichte des menschlichen Fortschritts, das ist die Hoffnung für alle Welt, und in diesem Augenblick der Herausforderung muss das hier auf der Erde unsere Arbeit sein. Barack Obama (*1961) 44. US-Präsident, zitiert in: Artikel Obamas Rede in Oslo, Friedensnobelpreisverleihung, Oslo, Norwegen, präsentiert von der deutschen Zeitung Der Tagesspiegel online, 10. Dezember 2009

General quotes

Personal avowals / insights

  • I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by conscious endeavor. Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) US American historian, philosopher, leading transcendentalist, naturalist, abolitionist, surveyor, tax resister, development critic, poet, author, source unknown

 

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Epigenetics and evolution

Inspired by Jahnel's meeting with Michael Skinner, Ph.D., US American professor, School of Biological Sciences, Washington State University

  • I always thought we evolve upwards, that evolution is something upwards that takes generations, if not eons. […] Epigenetics tells us that evolution can happen within three generations. Evolution is not upwards but in direct relation to our environment. […] We humans who are the most profound changers of the environment on this planet are not just changing environment, we are changing us. As we change the environment we force our own evolution in a certain direction. [...] We impact on the epigenetic level of every species on the planet. Video presentation by Annette Jahnel (*1962) South African photographer, artist, world traveller offering the project "Searching for Galileo", public speaker, author, Curiosity preview, sponsored by the Michelangelo Hotel, Sandton, South Africa, 30. November 2014, YouTube film, minute 5:27, 14:09 minutes duration, posted 27. December 2014

 

  • I tear down comfort zones because they stifle growth.
    You can grow wealth, but not much wisdom in a comfort zone.
    You can grow strong opinions, but not empathy in a comfort zone.
    You can become competent, and yet lose compassion in a comfort zone.
    A successful mental comfort zone is a comfortable slow stagnation.
Annette Jahnel (*1962) South African photographer, artist, world traveller offering the project "Searching for Galileo", public speaker, author, Searching for Galileo, posted in Facebook, 20. March 2016

 

Recommendations

  • Watch your thoughts, they become words;
    watch your words, they become actions;
    watch your actions, they become habits;
    watch your habits, they become character;
    watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.
    Frank Outlaw, late president of the Bi-Lo Stores, cited in: Article ''What They're Saying’', presented by newspaper San Antonio Light, Quote Page 7-B, column 4, San Antonio, Texas, 18. May 1977

 

  • You can blow out a candle
    but you can't blow out a fire
    once the flame begin to catch
    the wind will blow it higher.
    Peter Gabriel (*1950) British singer, musician, songwriter

 

Insights

  • The coming of a spiritual age must be preceded by the appearance of an increasing number of individuals who are no longer satisfied with the normal intellectual, vital and physical existence of man, but perceive that a greater evolution is the real goal of humanity and attempt to effect it in themselves, to lead others to it, and to make it the recognized goal of the human race. In proportion as they succeed and to the degree to which they carry this evolution, the yet unrealized potentiality which they represent will become an actual possibility of the future. Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950) Indian British mystic, philosopher, politician, The Human Cycle, Ideal of Human Unity, War and Self Determination, Lotus Press, 2nd edition 1. January 1970

 

  • Our DNA has been evolving 100 times more rapidly in the last 5000 years due to a natural galactic process, which is also creating climate change throughout our entire solar system. If the prophecies are correct, psychic abilities and powers such as telekinesis, levitation, spiritual healing and telepathy may soon become as common as breathing. David Wilcock divinecosmos.com (*1973) US American consciousness researcher, mystic filmmaker, lecturer, author, Event Horizon 2012, presented by divinecosmos.com, 5. May 2010

 

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Chicken and egg paradox

 

  • Darwinism is not synonymous with evolution. Darwin's [continuous] theory [on 1000s and 1000s of gene mutations] does not explain all the data concerning evolution. [...] Darwin's theory cannot even begin to give an understanding on how an eye (organ) can develop. [...] There don't have to be actual mutations. In fact quantum physics insists that all mutations are [...] quantum possibilities for consciousness to choose from. Only when consciousness is ready to choose, when there is a whole Gestalt of consciousness giving us the organ then only the organ becomes manifest. Audio Interview with Amit Goswami, Ph.D. (*1936) Indian US American professor emeritus of nuclear physics, University of Oregon, quantum cosmologist, author, Science and the Rediscovery of God, #3272, presented by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation ABC Radio National, minute 45:15, 1 hour duration, aired 12. August 2008, reissued 19. January 2009

 

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Misattribution. See:

Nicholas Matzke, Darwin Correspondence Project, Six things Darwin didn't say: the source for a misquotation

  • It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change. Misattributed to Charles Darwin (1809-1882) English naturalist, author of the biological Theory of evolution, paraphrase of Darwin in the writings of  (1921-2010) US American management sociologist, Louisiana State University, source unknown

 

  • Cooperation beats submission. Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, founder and editor of the feminist US magazine "Ms", journalist, writer, source unknown

 

  • It took an incredible decadence for man to accept materialistic theories such as those of Lamarck and Darwin! All traces of confidence in divine harmony and of legitimate pride must have vanished in our lack of reaction against a science that lowers us to the brute state of so-called prehistoric man or anthropoid. Those who steer humanity toward such stultification are madmen or criminals. R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz (1887-1961) French researcher of the art and architecture of the Temple of Luxor in Egypt, author, The Egyptian Miracle. An Introduction to the Wisdom of the Temple, Inner Traditions, 1. November 1985

 

  • Nature does not do our human either "this" or "that". [...] Nature is very conservative with things that work well and very radical when things don't work. When there is crisis it's an opportunity for change. Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, Learning from Nature to Create Global Family, World Wisdom Council, Theme Creating a New Civilization, sponsored by Goi Peace Foundation, Tokyo, 12. November 2005

 

  • The basis of evolution is self organization. There is no master plan in nature or civilization. God is not playing dice with the Universe, but He-She-We does make a good deal of it up as we go along. Self organization develops without predetermination. There is free will, a chance to choose. But the self organization is structured and shaped by the four scales or dimensions.
    Self organization can be understood as the capacity to create information based on the Mandelbrot vector 0 : z z¾ + c considered as a continuous creative process. The key is spontaneous improvisation in the moment – acting in the Tao – returning to Zero. This whole field has been thoroughly explored for millennia by Chinese thinkers […].
    The underlying principle of self organization, the factor creating a larger identity, is called CHI in Chinese philosophy (KI in Japanese). (Strangely enough, this Chinese word is the same as the Greek word for the Pythagorean symbol.) CHI appears in two aspects, WU CHI, emptiness, symbolized by the empty circle, and TAI CHI, plenitude, symbolized by the ancient Chinese fractal. Arnold Keyserling (1922-2005) German professor of philosophy, University of Vienna, Austria, religious scholar, mathematician, great-grandson of Otto von Bismarck, speaker, author, Ralph Losey, coauthor, magnum opus Chance and Choice, chapter 5 "Yin and Yang", free e-book, Prima Sounds Foundation, 1994-2003

 

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Newton and Descartes offered the first scientific mechanical creation story.

British scholar and chief political economy and demography Thomas Malthus (1766-1834) coined the idea 'We are doomed to an endless struggle in scarcity', a rationale for the East India Company to steal from the world.
The original theory of evolution goes back to Darwin's grandfather. Darwin who had adopted the Malthusian model of scarcity had observed competition and cooperation in nature. In his evolutionary theory he had to subvert the cooperation part as it didn't fit the scarcity theory.

  • The universal struggle for life must be thoroughly ingrained in the mind or the whole economy of nature with every fact in it will be dimly seen or misunderstood. It is the doctrine of Malthus applied with manifold force to the whole animal and vegetable kingdom. Charles Darwin (1809-1882) English naturalist, author of the biological Theory of evolution, The Origin of Species, 1859, cited in: Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, Learning from Nature to Create Global Family, World Wisdom Council, Theme Creating a New Civilization, sponsored by Goi Peace Foundation, Tokyo, 12. November 2005

 

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Paradigm-shifting work:

Microbiologist Carl Woese and physicist Nigel Goldenfeld at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign suggest that the evolutionary history may owe its development to the more creative dynamics of self-organizing systems.

  • Just suppose that Darwin's ideas were only a part of the story of evolution. Suppose that a process he never wrote about, and never even imagined, has been controlling the evolution of life throughout most of the Earth's history. It may sound preposterous, but this is exactly what microbiologist Carl Woese and physicist Nigel Goldenfeld, both at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, believe. Darwin's explanation of evolution, they argue, even in its sophisticated modern form, applies only to a recent phase of life on Earth. Feature article Horizontal and vertical: The Evolution of evolution, presented by UK-based weekly English-language international science magazine New Scientist, Mark Buchanan, issue 2744, 26. January 2010

 

 

Evolution in the universes

  • Many different reality frames or dimensions containing sentinent (conscious) entities exist and are interacting according to their own rule sets.
    (I know because I have been there (via OBE as taught by Robert Monroe) and seen how it works. It is logical and the results fit the data.)
    All entities in our larger reality system have the purpose of lowering their entropy by growing up, by becoming more spiritual, by becoming love – i.e. by eliminating fear and ego.
    They still have the same job [growing up] than we do. The system exists. It has to lower its entropy. That's how it evolves. There are only three states you can be in. You can be evolving, you can be static [standing still], or you can be de-evolving [dying]. […] You're either evolving or dying, because being in the middle is unstable. [...] Change happens. Everything changes. You're either evolving or you're dying. Video presentation by Thomas Campbell (*1944) US American physicist, consciousness researcher, Physics, Metaphysics & the Consciousness Connection, part 9 of 18, sponsored by and at London School of Economics, filmed 22. February 2008, YouTube film, minute 1:27, 9:00 minutes duration, posted 13. April 2008

 

 

  • Why does a consciousness system evolve? The second choice dying is a bad choice. So it evolves.
    How does it evolve? By lowering its entropy. It evolves by creating a lot of smaller units of consciousness that interact with their free will so that they can lower their entropy. Without free will you can't lower your entropy, because you cannot learn anything. It's all just a script you're following. Video presentation by Thomas Campbell (*1944) US American physicist, consciousness researcher, Physics, Metaphysics & the Consciousness Connection, part 9 of 18, sponsored by and at London School of Economics, filmed 22. February 2008, YouTube film, minute 2:23, 9:00 minutes duration, posted 13. April 2008

 

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Tricked by perception to keep the species alive

  • Evolution is a mathematically precise theory. We can use the equations of evolution to check this out. We can have various organisms in artificial worlds compete and see which survive and which thrive, which sensory systems are more fit.
    A key notion in those equations is fitness. […] Fitness is not the same thing as reality as it is, and it's fitness, and not reality as it is, that figures centrally in the equations of evolution. […]
    Perceptions of reality goes extinct. In almost every simulation, organisms that see none of reality but are just tuned to fitness drive to extinction all the organisms that perceive reality as it is. So the bottom line is, evolution does not favor veridical, or accurate perceptions. Those perceptions of reality go extinct. […]
    What the equations of evolution are telling us is that all organisms, including us, are in the same boat as the jewel beetle. We do not see reality as it is. We're shaped with tricks and hacks that keep us alive. […]
    Evolution has shaped us with perceptual symbols that are designed to keep us alive. We'd better take them seriously. If you see a snake, don't pick it up. If you see a cliff, don't jump off. They're designed to keep us safe, and we should take them seriously. That does not mean that we should take them literally. That's a logical error. […]
    The theory of evolution presents us with the ultimate dare: Dare to recognize that perception is not about seeing truth, it's about having kids. Video presentation by Donald D. Hoffman, Ph.D., US American professor of cognitive science, University of California, Irvine, author, Do we see reality as it is?, presented by TED Talks, interactive transcript, filmed in March 2015, YouTube film, minutes 9:03, 13:03, 19:00, 21:50 minutes duration, posted 11. June 2015

 

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"Myth" provides people with meaningful placement in time celebrating shared heritage.

  • The evolutionary epic is probably the best myth we will ever have. E. O. Wilson (*1929) US American biologist, researcher on sociobiology, biodiversity, island biogeography, theorist of consilience and biophilia, naturalist, conservationist, author, ''On Human Nature, Harvard University Press, 1978

 

  • Four myths about evolution and purpose
    Myth # 1: To say that there's in some sense a "higher purpose" means there are "spooky forces" at work.
    Myth # 2: To say that evolution has a purpose is to say that it is driven by something other than natural selection.
    Myth # 3: Evolution couldn’t have a purpose, because it doesn’t have a direction.
    Myth # 4: If evolution has a purpose, the purpose must have been imbued by an intelligent being.
    Opinion article Can Evolution Have a 'Higher Purpose'?, presented by US American daily newspaper The New York Times, Robert Wright, US American visiting professor of science and religion, Union Theological Seminary, author, 12. December 2016

 

  • Epigenetics is a kind of cellular memory through which trauma can be passed down to future generations. It's an exciting field of research. Joan Borysenko, Ph.D., US American medical scientist, pioneer of integrative medicine, clinical psychologist, stress expert, spiritual teacher, author, Facebook comment, 23. August 2015

Quotes by Charles Darwin

  • Important as the struggle for existence has been and even still is, yet as far as the highest part of our nature is concerned there are other agencies more important. For the moral qualities are advanced either directly or indirectly much more through the efforts of habit, by our reasoning powers, by instruction, by religion, etc., than through natural selection. Charles Darwin (1809-1882) English naturalist, author of the biological theory of evolution, The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, next to last page, 1871

 

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Cooperation superseding competition:

Men are a profoundly social and caring species.

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Altruism research:

"This new science of altruism and the physiological underpinnings of compassion is finally catching up with Darwin’s observations nearly 130 years ago, that sympathy is [humanity's] strongest instinct." Dacher Keltner, Ph.D., US American professor of psychology, University of California, Berkeley, director of the Greater Good Science Center, author, cited in: 'Survival of the Kindest' – Sympathy is Strongest Human Instinct, 9. December 2009

  • For firstly, the social instincts lead an animal to take pleasure in the society of his fellows, to feel a certain amount of sympathy with them, and to perform various services for them. […] Such actions as the above appear to be the simple result of the greater strength of the social or maternal instincts than that of any other instinct or motive; for they are performed too instantaneously for reflection, or for pleasure or even misery might be felt. In a timid man, on the other hand, the instinct of self-preservation might be so strong, that he would be unable to force himself to run any such risk, perhaps not even for his own child. Charles Darwin (1809-1882) English naturalist, author of the biological theory of evolution, The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, 1871

 

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Darwin's long overlooked insight

  • [Paraphrased.] Sympathy [compassion] is our strongest [human] instinct. Charles Darwin (1809-1882) English naturalist, author of the biological theory of evolution, source unknown

Quotes by David Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

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Hitting bottom – an evolutionary tool

  • Everyone has chosen his own level of consciousness, yet nobody could have done otherwise at any given point in time. We can only get "there" from "here." Every leap has to have a platform to originate from. Pain exists to promote evolution; its cumulative effect finally forces us in a new direction, although the mechanism may be very slow. How many times is it necessary to hit bottom before a lesson is learned? Perhaps thousands, which may account for the sheer quantity of human suffering, so vast as to be incomprehensible. Slowly, by inches, does civilization advance. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, S. 127, Hay House, February 2002

 

  • Spiritual evolution is almost like a space ship taking off from Earth’s gravity; it is difficult at first but it finally leaves the gravitational field. Energy consuming intentionality eventually dissolves into effortless surrender and one becomes the recipient of unfolding awareness. Revelation replaces discovery. Understanding presents itself and becomes self-revealing by grace without effort. Dr. David R. Hawkins, The Eye of the I From Which Nothing is Hidden, chapter 8 Beyond Causality. The Will: Understanding And Comprehension, S. 126, revised edition 2002

 

 

  • Life itself is the ultimate context and power whereby evolution unfolds "unfairly", for like a cork in the sea, excellence automatically rises to the top. […] The smartest octopus gets to be the biggest, and the fastest runner wins the race. Political ranting about the real laws of life is emotional, childish and hardly constitutes justification for attempts to overthrow reality (which is immune anyway). Dr. David R. Hawkins, Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 12 Problematic Issues, S. 216, 2005

 

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Evolution: intention plus attention

 

LoCLevelTemptation
200CourageBravado, machismo
250NeutralityIndifference, withdrawal
310WillingnessOvercommitment, overinvolvement
350AcceptanceFailure to take appropriate action
400ReasonStuck in cause and effect, intellectualism
500LoveSeduction, exploitation, misidentified as personal
540Joy/EcstasyPoor judgement

 

  • It is of little benefit to be personally self-critical or think that one 'should' be farther along the road than they are. Spiritual evolution is irregular and at times often seems sporadic and at other times stationary. Realize that guilt is a narcissistic indulgence. There may be long, dry periods where seemingly nothing is progressing. This is a deception; a 'long, dry period' is what is happening as though it were a test of resolve. These periods can be traversed by transcending the spiritual ego's wish to seek gain via 'progress.' Frustration itself is therefore a sign of trying to control that which is not really controllable. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, chapter 19 "Practicum", S. 351-352, 2008

 


 


 

Englische Texte – English section on Evolution

Rediscovery of Charles Darwin's distorted evolutionary theory

US American social psychologist and evolutionary systems scientist Dr. David Loye authored Darwin’s Lost Theory. Who We Really Are and Where We're Going, Benjamin Franklin Press, 1. September 2007.

 

Loye has researched four major works of Charles Darwin in a scrutinous manner:

  1. Origen of the Species
  2. Descent of Man
  3. The Emotional Life
  4. Notebooks (unpublished for 136 years)

 

Via the Word search function Loye did a simple screening of several terms
of 475 fine print pages in the e-version of Descent of Man, published in 1871.
Following highlights were found:
༺༻Key word/sNumber of citationsMentioned in official book index
1.Mind / brain200 times 
2.Love95 times
Still preserved in newest version
Once
3.Moral sensitivity92 times6 times
4.Mutuality or Mutual aid i.e. Cooperation27 times 
5.Competition12 times 
6.Selfishness12 times 
7.Survival of the fittest
Over exposed and ill applied
Twice 
Darwin: Selfishness a is base principle, which accounts for the low morality of savages.

 

Loye concludes:

  • Darwin's evolutionary postulate:
    The prime motivator for human evolution is neither competition, nor natural selection, nor "survival of the fittest," as popularized but the human capacity for moral sense, ethical sensitivity, and education.
  • Darwin was pre-anticipating Abraham Maslow's humanistic psychology.
  • Darwin gave scientific grounding for Jesus' teaching and for modern brain research.
  • Darwin puts the evolutionary emphasis on sex and the flowering of love.
  • Prior to Sigmund Freud Darwin listed following evolutionary drives (see his Notebooks writings at age 28):
    1. Sexual instincts – Myotic sex = Two different sex organs in two beings - 1st billion years ago.
    2. Parental instinct – Family unit
    3. Social instinct – Group / community unit; development of reason and emotion.
In modern times brain scientists Paul D. MacLean (1913-2007) and Karl Pribram ((1919-2015)) as well as cell biologist Lynn Margulis, Ph.D. (1938-2011) have arrived at the same findings.
See also: ► Three mating drives Helen Fisher ∞ Three types of integration of Yin and Yang

 

Loye commenting the ongoing Darwin wars since the break of the new millenium:

  • Darwin was in favor of "progressive religion" and hated "regressive religion".
  • The arrogance of "science" and the stupidity of "regressive religion" are a hindrance to evolution.
    Neodarwinists stand both for "wrong" religion and "wrong" science.
    Sociobiologists Richard Dawkins, Daniel Bennett and Stephen Jay Gould did not study carefully what Darwin really wrote.

 

 

  • In a wide range of studies, social scientists are amassing a growing body of evidence to show we are evolving to become more compassionate and collaborative in our quest to survive and thrive. In contrast with "every man for himself" interpretations of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection, Dacher Keltner3, and his fellow social scientists are building the case that humans are successful as a species precisely because of our nurturing, altruistic and compassionate traits. Article Social scientists build case for 'survival of the kindest', presented by US American news website for topical science articles Science Daily and Media Relations University of California, Yasmin Anwar, 9. December 2009

 

  • In the Descent of Man Charles Darwin wrote only twice of "survival of the fittest" — but 95 times about love! 92 times about moral sensitivity. And 200 times about brain and mind. Suppression over 100 years of the real Darwin has led to the social, political, economic, scientific, educational, moral and spiritual mess we are in today. David Loye, Ph.D. (*1925) US American social psychologist, evolutionary systems-theorist, futurist, partnership researcher, founder of the The Darwin Project, author, The Darwin Project

 

  • What’s now at stake in the battle for 21st century mind [...] On one hand are gathered those of us who, out of 100,000 years of yearning, generation after generation have worked to advance evolution – that is, to build the better world through the revolution of higher expectation.
    On the other hand are those of us who – blind captives of an antihuman paradigm and a counter-revolution of lower expectation – automatically, and tragically, have worked to check us in place or drive us backward.
    David Loye, Ph.D. (*1925) US American social psychologist, evolutionary systems scientist, partnership researcher, author, Darwin's Second Revolution, book I of the trilogy Darwin and the Battle for 21st Century Mind, prologue, Benjamin Franklin Press, 30. October 2010

 

Sources featuring David Loye, Ph.D. (*1925) US American social psychologist, evolutionary systems-theorist, futurist, partnership researcher, founder of the The Darwin Project, author
List of writings and Current books
► Video interview Darwin in Love with David Loye, YouTube film, 4:20 minutes duration, 8. June 2011
Revealing the other side of Charles Darwin: Love is the motor to human evolution.

Two versions of Darwin's Evolutionary Theory – David Loye


Two interpretations of  Charles Darwin's Evolutionary Theory
Reduced Darwinism (1859) ⇔ Rediscovered Darwinism (2007)
4
Competitive domination modeCooperative partnership mode
Darwin's theory of evolution outlined that the driving power of evolution is
NOT competition but moral sense, ethical sensitivity, and education.
This recognition remained hidden for nearly 150 years.
DomainLow groundHigh ground
Narrow Gate
Social TheoryReduced Darwinism (1859)
"Survival of the fittest"
Selfish genes syndrome
Rediscovered Darwinism (2007)
Loving Evolutionary Theory
Rising of the wisest
Mutual caring
Behavioral modeDomination system
COMPETITION
Partnership model
COOPERATION
DriveMotivationInspiration
AgePuberty
Adolescent self-interest
Maturity
Mature Mutuality
Social LifeSubhuman, inhuman, and inhumane evolutionEvolved human evolution
PoliticsAdaptation and accommodationAssertion and aspiration
EconomicsSelfishness and greed
as the key to wealth for the privileged
including a noble trickle down to the many
Caring and sharing
to spread the wealth of Earth to the many
ScienceReductionist theory and story
oriented to the very deep past
Expansionist theory and story
oriented to today and the future
EthicsSurvival of the fittest and
Selfishness über alles
as the driver for human evolution
Love and moral sensitivity
as the driver of human evolution
SpiritualityFerocious God of my people versus
your people
a God that must be obeyed
Merciful God of all people or Good Will
from on high and below

favoring an abundant life for all
Note: Darwinian Paleontologist Stephen J. Gould † repeatedly noted that the mindset of fascism (nazisism)
correlates with the slogan of survival of the fittest, a pillar of Social Darwinism.

 

  • The most important decision we make is whether we believe we live in a friendly or a hostile universe. Albert Einstein (1879-1955) German-born US American theoretical physicist, developer of the theory of general relativity

 

  • Important as the struggle for existence has been and even still is, yet as far as the highest part of our nature is concerned there are other agencies more important. For the moral qualities are advanced either directly or indirectly much more through the efforts of habit, by our reasoning powers, by instruction, by religion, etc., than through natural selection. Charles Darwin

 

  • At present the most usual argument for the existence of an intelligent God is drawn from deep inward conviction and feelings which are experienced by most persons. [...]
    Formerly I was led by feelings such as those just referred to, (although I do not think that the religious sentiment was ever strongly developed in me), to the firm conviction of the existence of God, and of the immortality of the soul. [...] This argument would be a valid one, if all men of all races had the same inward conviction of the existence of one God; but we know this is very far from being the case. Therefore I cannot see that such inward convictions and feelings are of any weight as evidence of what really exists.
    Charles Darwin, Autobiography
    • Even though he was an agnostic, Darwin spoke of "an ennobling belief in God" as an important criterion in evolution. Interview with Dr. David Loye, Darwin’s lost theory of love, presented by Hologrambooks.com, 'Stray Thoughts', interviewer Frank DeMarco, 20. April 2009

 

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See also:

"Reality is that which has the combative vigor to assert itself." Paraphrased quote by Friedrich Nietzsche, German nihilist philosopher

  • The ideal of morality has no more dangerous rival than the ideal of supreme strength, of a life of maximum vigor, which has also been called the ideal of aesthetic greatness. That life is in truth the ultimate attainment of the barbarian, and unfortunately in these days of civilization’s withering it has won a great many adherents. In pursuance of this ideal man becomes a hybrid thing, a brute-spirit, whose cruel mentality exerts a horrible spell upon weaklings. Novalis (1772-1801) Georg Philipp Friedrich Freiherr von Hardenberg, German philosopher, author of early German Romanticism, cited in: The legacy of Friedrich Nietzsche, Roger Kimball The New Criterion, Volume 10, S. 28, September 1991

 

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See also:

Quotes by Elisabet Sahtouris

  • The Darwinian story only goes to the adolescent part. [...] Sustainability happens when species learn to feed each other instead of to fight each other. What we need now is glocalization. Together we can make it happen. YouTube video presentation by Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, After Darwin, part 1 of 3, 9:26 minutes duration, posted 30. August 2012

 

Inspired and deducted by: ► Dr. David Loye, trilogy Darwin and the Battle for 21st Century Mind,
Prologue, Revolution and Counter Revolution, book I of the trilogy

 

Evolutionary theories: Darwinism – reduced and rediscovered
Dr. David Loye, trilogy Darwin and the Battle for 21st Century Mind,
Revolution and Counter Revolution (forthcoming), book I of the trilogy, epilogue, last quote
Darwin's Evolutionary Theory
reviewed by
Dr. David Loye5
Reduced Darwinism (1859)
Domination – Competition
19-20th century human mindset
Rediscovered Darwinism (2007)
Partnership – Cooperation
21st century human mindset
SociallySubhuman, inhuman, and inhumane evolutionFully human evolution
PoliticallyAdaptation and accommodationAssertion and aspiration
EconomicallySelfishness and greed as the key to wealth for the privilegedCaring and sharing to spread the global wealth
to the many
ScientificallyTruncated theory and story oriented to the deep past, applied spuriously to the presentFully human, action-animating theory and story oriented to today and the future
Moral drive of human evolutionSurvival of the fittest and selfishness über allesLove and moral sensitivity
SpirituallyOriginal sin6, a ferocious God of my people versus your people who has to be obeyedNo God at all or original blessing, merciful God of all people, good will from on high and below, favoring an abundant life for all

 

Reference: ► Video interview with Frans de Waal, Ph.D. (*1948) Dutch US American Candler professor of psychology and primate behavior, director of the Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, biologist, ethologist, speaker, author, Social Darwinism and the lessons of evolution, clip 8, presented by Templeton Foundation, Templeton Book Forum, sponsored by Discover magazine, host Carl Zimmer, YouTube film, 5:16 minutes duration, posted 25. January 2010
Europeans are appalled by the extent of Social Darwinism in the United States as promoted by British philosopher, sociologist Herbert Spencer (1820-1903) Minute 0:38
Competition and self-interest, fear and greed, implemented into societal structures; failed example: convicted CEO of the Enron Corporation Jeffrey Keith Skilling (*1953), who was a fan of Richard Dawkins' "The Selfish Gene". Minute 4:19
Counter literature: ► Michael A. Cremo (*1948) US American Hindu creationist, archeologist, author, Human Devolution. A Vedic Alternative to Darwin's Theory, Torchlight Publishing, 1. January 2003

 

See also:
Correlating the right hemisphere with the left hemisphere
Women's leadership superseding men's leadership
Evaluating male and female leadership qualities – Pew Survey 2008
Problematic Redeemer ◊ Messiah ◊ Savior complex
Innate goodness ⇔ innate badness
Timeline of long-term mass mind control administered by the parallel government
Kosmologie

Leadership ⇔ management – High ground ⇔ low ground

Dichotomy: The high groundlow ground
The narrow gate ⇔ the broad gate
Domain        Leadership                Management       
BasicsFundamental – High GroundSecondary – Low Ground
BasicsFeminine Energy – right brainedMasculine Energy – left brained
Focus onEthical longterm solutions
Integrity
Practical shortterm problem solving
Quick & dirty
Outlook onJoint venturesCompetition (based on enemy image)
CharacteristicsFulfillment, team spirit, big picture,
creativity, connectivity, support
High achievements, discipline,
performances, order,
competition, aggressiveness
BehaviorRaising essential questionsKnowing all the answers already
BehaviorUnderstanding change as
a constant emerging phenomenon
Trying to control
and orchestrating changes
GuidanceVision: 'How can I support you?'Order: 'This is what we will do!'
StyleAcknowledging the efforts madeInsisting on company rules and regulations
LanguageGiraffe7 – HeartJackal – Head
CooperationBrainstorming within a team settingBlaming and/or punishing a scapegoat

 

* * *

 

Domain        A leader is visionary.                A manager is a boss.       
AttitudeA leader does the things right.A manager does the right things.
BeingnessInspired, authentic,
original, holistic
Driven image oriented copy
interested in balance sheets
the classical good soldier
ContextChallenging the status quo – LongtermAccepting the status quo – Shortterm
Questions"What?" and "Who?",
scrutinizing with ''"How come that?"
"How?" and "When?", possibly "Why?"
Focus onHuman beings – inspiring confidenceSystems and structures – relying on control
ActivityRenewal and developmentsAdministration and sustenance

 

Source: ► Partially inspired by Peter Drucker (1909-2005) US American management consultant, self-described "social ecologist",
educator, writer, Warren Bennis (1925-2014) US American scholar, professor of business administration,
organizational consultant, pioneer of contemporary leadership studies, author
See also: ► Building conscience and ► Führen – Leadership

Basic timeline of evolution on Earth

Basic timeline of evolution on Earth spans a period of 4.6 billion years
Creation started 13.7 billion years ago and is still going on. Creation is a continuous evolution.
Biblical fundamentalists believe that creation happened six thousand years ago.
༺༻Approximate time periodEmergence ofLegend
1.4 billion yearsSimple cellsProkaryotes
Asexually selfprocreating
2.3 billion yearsCyanobacteriaPerforming photosynthesis
3.2 billion yearsComplex cellsEukaryotesMitosis
Reproducing by nuclear division
4.1 billion yearsMulticellular lifeSexually procreating
5.600 million yearsSimple animals 
6.570 million yearsArthropodsAncestors of insects, arachnids and crustaceans
7.550 million yearsComplex animals 
8.500 million yearsFish and proto-amphibians 
9.475 million yearsLand plants 
10.400 million yearsInsects and seeds 
11.360 million yearsAmphibians 
12.300 million yearsReptiles 
13.200 million yearsMammals 
14.150 million yearsBirds 
15.130 million yearsFlowers 
16.66 million years agoNon-avian dinosaursExtinction of species
17.20 million yearsFamily HominidaeGreat apes
18.2.5 million yearsGenus HomoHuman predecessors
19.200,000 yearsHuman beingsAnatomically modern humans
20.25,000 years agoNeanderthalsExtinction of species
21.13,000 years agoHomo floresiensisDisappearance of species from the fossil record
Source: ► en.Wikipedia entry Timeline of evolution

Analogous animal and human evolution – Bruce Lipton

Spiking the evolutionary lineage
Evolution repeats itself in self-similar fractal patterns.
Humanity is analogous to an animal or an organism. Each human acts like a cell within this organism.
StageAnimal evolutionEvolutionary stadium
Human reflection
Human evolutionLegendAge
1.FishVertebrate levelFishingLiving near, on and off the waterMaricultural
2.AmphibiansGilled stadiumFarmingIrrigation, watering the landAgricultural
3.ReptilesBig body mass, small brain,
mechanical "killing machines"
in an extremely stable environment
MechanizationHuge mechanized corporationsIndustrial
4.BirdsWilbur and Orville Wright (1903)
Landing on the moon (1969)
Earth images (context, overview)
⇒ Change of perspective
AviationInstant communication
Internet
Communication
5.MammalsGreens, environmentalists, cultural creativesNurturing and appreciation of lifeThe meek shall inherit the earth.
Caring dignitarian economics
Community
Written source: ► Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. brucelipton.com (*1944) US American developmental new cellular biologist, former associate professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, presaged the field of epigenetics [mechanism by which nurture controls nature], lecturer, bestseller author, Steve Bhaerman, co-author, Spontaneous Evolution. Our Positive Future (and a Way to Get There from Here), Hay House, 28. September 2009
See also:
Evolution des Bewusstseins – Evolution of the human evolution
Information Age ⇒ Conceptual Age ⇒ Changing expressions of creativity – Daniel Pink

Ten turning points in cosmic evolution made human life possible

Human evolution – resulting from cosmic hazards
Newscientist.com found 10 "turning points" during the cosmic evolution that secure human existence.
༺༻Time line༺༺Emerging·event༻༻Legend
*ANY TIMEThe certainty of chance
[i.e. emergence]
Tiny changes at the beginning make big differences in the end. That's why human existence is perilously perched on a great pyramid of trivia.
1.13.75 billion years agoAvoiding the voidHuman life wouldn't exist if Earth's cosmic neighborhood had been just a bit less dense than average during the tumultuous moments after the supposed big bang.
2.13.75 billion years agoTipping the antimatter balanceThe cosmos is not a sea of bland radiation. The triumph of matter suggests that the laws of physics are biased.
3.4.6 billion years agoSparking up planet EarthWhat does it take to make a solar system? Hydrogen, helium, interstellar dust – and a spark to set it on fire.
4.4.5 billion years agoMars attacksWithout the colossal interplanetary collision human evolution might have turned out very differently.
5.3.9 billion years agoBlasting the Earth into lifeThe solar system's "late heavy bombardment" blasted planet Earth. It might also have delivered a water supply, and created nurseries for life.
6.2 billion years agoOne giant leap for a single cellA freak event created the ancestor of all multicellular life on Earth. Without this unconventional genesis, potential humans might never have become more than bacteria.
7.635 million years agoThe age of heroic lichenEarly life had to ride an oxygen roller coaster – until humble symbioses of algae and fungus put an end to boom and bust.
8.65 million years agoKiller asteroid with
a silver lining
A 10-kilometer-wide rock ended the era of dinosaurs, and opened a window of opportunity for little animals called mammals.
9.6 million years agoBrains or brawn?When the going got tough in prehistoric East Africa, some of humanity's closest relatives went for bigger jaws, rather than bigger brains. Big mistake.
10.70,000
years ago
Inventing language, the easy wayFresh pastures meant a cosier life for early humans – they granted to learn to speak.
Source: ► Article Cosmic accidents: 10 lucky breaks for humanity, presented by UK-based weekly English-language
international science magazine New Scientist, issue 2779, 25. September 2010
Siehe auch: ► Vom Weltbeginn bis nach Mitteldeutschland (Chronologie)

Soul ages – Chelsea Quinn Yarbro

Evolutionary soul age stages
StageKen·Wilber8
Color stages
Soul AgeEvolutionary
stage
Percentage of populationMottoFocusLearning
1.MAGENTAInfant souls
Infant soul
Hunter-Gatherers10%Let's not do it.SurvivalSuffering
2.REDBaby souls
Baby soul
Tribalism23%Do it right or don't do it at all.Structure, dogma [religion]Pain
3.AMBER Young souls
Young soul
Capitalism / Nationalism32%Do it my way.Success, personal achievementLoss
4.ORANGEMature souls
Mature soul
Democratic socialism24%Do it anyplace but here.Relationship, emotional dramaAnguish
5.GREENOld souls
Old soul
Individualism / Loners11%Live and let live.
You do what you want and I'll do what I want.
Big picture thinkers, nonmaterial interestsTerror
6.TEALTranscendental soulsRumi, St. Francis of Assisi, Paramahansa Yogananda, Pope John XXIII    
7.TURQUOISEInfinite soulsKrishna, Buddha, Jesus, Mahatma Gandhi, Lao Tzu    
Sources:
Video animation, music and data An Introduction To Soul Ages, updated version, YouTube film, 6:32 minutes duration, posted 26. October 2008
Excerpt: Joya Pope, Soul Ages, citing from book: "The World According to Michael"Emerald Wave Publishing, issuing date unknown
Book: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro (*1942) Finnish Italian US American author, Messages from Michael, Writers.com [1990], new edition March 2005

Changeover

The old
adolescent
self-serving
profit maximizing
exclusive
dominating
corrupted system
is declining.

 

The new
holistic, regenerative
mature interlinked
caring, social
communitarian/dignitarian
inclusive system
is rising.



 

Bewusstseinswerte (BW) von Evolution nach David R. Hawkins

Übersicht9

 

Links zum Thema Wachstum und Evolution / Growth and evolution

Literatur

Literature (engl.)

Content: Between 1860 and 1880 scientists debated whether ‘spontaneous generation’ was possible or not. Louis Pasteur, the father of microbiology, had repeatable results of spontaneous generation appearing under sterile laboratory conditions. However, he suppressed his own research in favor of the current Darwinian evolutionary model. On his death bed he confirmed: "Claude Bernard was right... The terrain is everything. The microbe is nothing."

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Externe Weblinks


External web links (engl.)


Persian polymath and evolutionary theorist Nasīr al-Dīn Tūsī was a prolific writer, architect, astronomer, biologist, chemist, mathematician, philosopher, physician, physicist, scientist, theologian.



Linkless articles

  • Scientific paper by Prof. Dr. Ignacio Ochoa Pacheco, neurobiologist, prooving "Spontaneous generation", Ultrastructural and light microscopy analysis of SAPA bions formation and growth in vitro, presented by Orgone.org, 2000-2001
  • Article 2012. Exopolitics, Global Transformation & Personal Empowerment, presented by Regenetics.gaia.com, Sol Luckman, 8. July 2008

Included is Timetable of Evolution of Consciousness according to the Mayan Calendar

Audio- und Videolinks

Veranschaulichung der Bewusstseins- und Entwicklungsstufen von Spiral Dynamics

Audio and video links (engl.)


Social Darwinian Evolution, the roles of genes and DNA, are questioned in light of recent observations of how living creatures adapt to their immediate environment.

  • Video interview with Frans de Waal, Ph.D. (*1948) Dutch US American Candler professor of psychology and primate behavior, director of the Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, biologist, ethologist, speaker, author, The Age of Empathy, YouTube film, 5:15 minutes duration, posted 14. October 2009
  • Video interview with Frans de Waal, Ph.D. (*1948) Dutch US American Candler professor of psychology and primate behavior, director of the Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, biologist, ethologist, speaker, author, Social Darwinism and the lessons of evolution, clip 8, presented by Templeton Foundation, Templeton Book Forum, sponsored by Discover magazine, host Carl Zimmer, YouTube film, 5:16 minutes duration, posted 25. January 2010

Europeans are appalled by the extent of Social Darwinism in United States as promoted by US American philosopher and sociologist Herbert Spencer (1820-1903). Minute 0:38
Competition and self-interest, fear and greed, implemented into societal structures; failed example: convicted CEO of the Enron Corporation Jeffrey Keith Skilling (*1953), who was a fan of R. Dawkins' "The Selfish Gene". Minute 4:19

Referring to the transition of five sensory outward bound people to multi-sensory inward bound people; the journey from victim to creator

Illustrated wide-angle look at complexity, complete history of the universe, from the Big Bang to the Internet

The other side of Charles Darwin; love is the motor to human evolution?

Issues of cooperation, reconciliation, sense of fairness, rudiments of morality, civility to heart

 

Interne Links

Englisch Wiki

Hawkins

 

 

1 David Loye/Riane Eisler; ebenfalls durch James E. Strick, Sparks of Life, The Harvard University Press, 2002

2 James E. Strick, Sparks of Life, The Harvard University Press, 2002

3 Dacher Keltner, Ph.D., US American professor of psychology, University of California, Berkeley, director of the Greater Good Science Center, author of Born to Be Good. The Science of a Meaningful Life, W.W. Norton & Company, 12. January 2009

4 Originators: David Loye and Riane Eisler; earlier by James E. Strick, Sparks of Life, The Harvard University Press in 2002

5 Evolution

6 Problematic Redeemer ◊ Messiah ◊ Savior complex

7 Nonviolent Communication, Marshall Rosenberg

8 See here: Spiral Dynamics – Correlation and Terminology according to Wilber

9 David R. Hawkins, Reality, Spirituality, and Modern Man, Kapitel 5, S. 90, 2008

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