If you have ever observed distorted behavior and thought, you are right, and we are. It’s actually humanity’s beliefs or myths that are causing all the problems.
Human behavior over the past five thousand years does not accurately reflect our authentic nature. It is not so much that we are bad people as it is that we believe we are and those beliefs then manifest as inferior behaviors.
In any case, behavior currently and in the past 5000 years is a manifestation of belief rather than a measure of actual human nature at its core.
A society that internalizes the views of Sigmund Freud, Darwinism and materialism, will behave as outlined and subconsciously and consciously accepted. Every imaginable type of psychological ailment will flourish in such an environment of distrust and derogatory myth.
We are changing our views of human nature
We became of the kind 5,000 + years ago when a shift in consciousness occurred.
With this development came very positive and very negative implications. This development marks the beginning of patriarchal societies and the kind of problems that plague civilization today, including conflicts and warring egos and tribes seeking dominance over the others.
The sudden appearance of singular male gods reflect this determined shift in humanity’s consciousness, and marks the introduction of paradigms of human degradation and much more militaristic cultures.
The stress placed on the differences between the sexes began about five thousand years ago. Isolating “male” characteristics in one sex is the cause of a 5,000 year period of violence in humanity’s history. The artificial division and exaggerations underpin most of humanity’s problems.
We have based our civilization on the differences between males and females, when in fact those differences are insignificant. The similarities are far greater.
Click on links for more on the positive and negative consequences of this shift, why it happened, what it means, and where it may lead us in terms of various probabilities. Some of those probabilities are good and some are not.
This should be first history lesson in public schools
If it were, it would change our perspective of human nature. It would boost everyone’s self-esteem across the board. It would transform human nature, changing behavior and leading to successful achievement and fulfillment, personally and collectively. And it would change the course of civilization.
Our true human nature is far more cooperative, compassionate and altruistic than any social scientists have realized.
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