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What Human Creates and the Sense of Proportion

Relying in particular on an abusive extrapolation of a certain interpretation of experiments in quantum mechanics (according to the Copenhagen interpretation), some people come to consider that the Observer influences (or even creates) the world just by his way of observing it. And some of them believe that they are God. These are theories and beliefs like the others, but some of these theories and beliefs are highly disconnected from objective reality. In other words, they are more about mental illusion than realism. As for the human being and what he can create, if we do not want to be content with fabrications and rambling, we will gain from acquiring and, above all, demonstrating a certain sense of proportion.

To assess its place and capabilities in the universe, Human can start considering his size in relation to the universe. A human being is usually a little less than two meters in size and sometimes a little more, whereas planet Earth itself has a diameter of about 12,750,000 meters, or 6 million times more. This is roughly the proportion of sizes between Man and a virus. And so, from a certain point of view, the human being is a virus for our planet. This one is itself proportionally a virus of our solar system. The solar system is in turn a virus in our galaxy, the Milky Way. And the latter is a virus in the universe. In other words, compared to sizes, man is a virus of virus of virus of virus of virus of the universe ! It remains to be seen whether this is a pathogenic virus or not.

With regard to the creative power of the human being in comparison with the entity that eventually gave rise to the universe (and that will be named ” God ” to simplify), we can get an idea of it by observing what it may have already achieved or caused individually and collectively on Earth. Individually and for example, can a human being change the climate, whether just by observing it or by a possible paranormal power ? Can he, without the use of machines or bombs, create an earthquake or prevent it ? Can he slow down or accelerate the planet’s rotation, or change its orbit ?… To all these questions, it seems that the answer is “no”.

Of course, collectively, by uniting in large numbers around a common goal or project, human has succeeded in creating thermonuclear bombs capable of creating earthquakes and tsunamis. He was also able to create HAARP and similar sites in an attempt to influence the climate and achieve this to a small extent. However, humanity is still far from having sufficient energy, resources and capabilities to accomplish things such as orbiting the Earth. And just by observing the planetary orbit, of course, it failed to do so.

If Human is so small and weak in the universe, how can he have the arrogance to think of himself as the creator of the latter or as his equal ? Well, it has at least the ability to create an inner universe for himself, including a more or less fanciful or more or less realistic representation of objective reality. And in this internal representation, he can play God very well, even if in fact he behaves much more and more often as a sorcerer’s Apprentice or as an immature child (SEE ALSO : The Sight, the Vision and the Life).

In practice, the creative power of the human being is generally concentrated on his immediate environment : his family, his work, his home, his car, his leisure activities, etc. According to his internal representation of this environment, he behaves there more or less coherently, constructively and mature, or on the contrary incoherent, destructive or immature. He creates relationships based on this. Depending on what he thinks and believes, he then favors such human events, local or more general, than such others. If, for example, he is constantly afraid of being robbed, he will end up attracting a thief who will come to realize his fear, if only by telepathic influence. It can thus be said that in a certain way and to a certain extent, “Energy follows thought”, which translates the idea that the mental and emotional energy deployed in such a direction by an individual will probably end up producing a concrete effect. But this requires either a very powerful mental (or emotional) energy, or a long-term nurturing of thought in the same direction. “Magic thought” is not enough. Is it sufficient to believe, for example, that peace will be brought into a professional or social environment just by thinking oneself luminous and powerfully peaceful to actually produce it ? In particular, how could a single individual simply thwart opposing desires and wills, when he can very well confront other human beings having the same kind of mental and psychic potential or such a powerful will ?

How effective even magic thought would be and would allow in theory to easily concretize great dreams, in practice it would have to deal with contrary magic thoughts. And the further a society moves away from Universal and natural laws and principles, replacing them with elastic ethics and artifices according to its fantasies, the more chaotic it becomes, each one pulling in his own particular direction according to his immediate and materialistic interests and according to his moods. On the contrary, for a noble goal to materialize, it is necessary to bring together a sufficient number of individuals motivated in the same direction and sufficiently mature to move their particular emotions and interests to the benefit of the community to the background. And this would be all the easier if they all connected to their spiritual nature automatically connected to the divine or the Universal Creative source.

Human becomes a powerful creator only as long as he is able to function in synergy with his fellow humans in order to realize a common project that is in the direction of evolution (especially that of consciousness). Apart from that, he is rather deluded. A spark is much more effective in the flame than in isolation. A single drop of water will never have the power of a river. The human being is both a drop of water, an element of malleable matter (emotionally, mentally and psychically), and a spark of cosmic fire (consciousness in motion in matter, to destroy it or to create it). But he is neither the river nor the flame individually. In other words, he is not God and gains from remaining humble in the face of the immensity and beauty of the cosmos.

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