Session 12 - One Force


We are moving toward bonding, toward mutual understanding and designing of humanity as a single person, with all the organs in that collective image complementing one another. We will reach a state where all of humanity is as one.

By that we are discovering a single force in which we sense ourselves living out of a collective feeling, and not internal, personal sensations of each of us. As I live, I also sense the lives of others; everyone becomes close to me; I understand them and I feel them; I mingle with them.

And then my life is not the life of a regular person. Instead, I live and breathe along with all of humanity. Man is beginning to rise from being small and weak into greatness, the greatest thing in Nature. Thus we begin to sense life from a new dimension, a level called the "speaking," a new species.

Psychology and our approach to life will change accordingly. The perception of the world will change from a narrow, personal, self-centered perception into a broad and global one. Through these new spectacles we will begin to see the new world as if through the whole of humanity. When we look at it this way and discover a life that doesn't depend only on one's own body, but depends on all the people, we transcend into a sensation of life outside the body. Through this psychological ascension we arrive at something very special.


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The connection between human beings leads to the development of humanity to a new level, in which it experiences reality out of a general, rather than an individual sensation. This level is called the "speaking" degree.

Main Points

  • At the "speaking" degree a person rises to a sensation of life outside the body.


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A phase of a thermodynamic system and the states of matter have uniform physical properties.

Phase transitions are common occurrences observed in nature and many engineering techniques exploit certain types of phase transition.

The term is most commonly used to describe transitions between solid, liquid and gaseous states of matter, and, in rare cases, plasma.

Phase Transition Wikipedia Article

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Engage Yourself

While many people have a stroke, not many of them are brain researchers. One such brain scientist, Jill Bolte Taylor, experienced during her stroke a unique phenomena, which out of her scientific perspective, made ​​a fundamental change in the way she perceives life.

We invite you to 19 minutes of an exciting and eye opening lecture by Jill Bolte Taylor, which may also change the way in which you perceive life.

Watch the lecture below before you approach the next tasks of this session. [link to the video is here, if needed]

Question 1: How do you reach a sensation of life outside the body?

Question 2: What is meant by the ”speaking” degree?

Question 3: Here is a quote from an article by professors Igor I. Abylgaziev, a lecturer on the faculty for global processes at Moscow State University, and Ilya V. Ilin, a member of the Academy of Natural Sciences:

“People should have a wide world view, acquire the ability for a global understanding of ongoing processes and analyzing the problems that arise. The main movement of the modern world is towards greater and greater wholeness, towards creating a single global market, a single communication environment, and transparency of information to the public.”

a. How do the two authors support what you have heard and read in the transcript text for this study session, and elsewhere in this course?

b. Do you agree with what these scientists have stated here? If so, in what way do you agree? If not, explain in what you disagree?

Question 4: When it comes to mutual understanding, the feeling of others as close to you, mutual completion, and a greater wholeness in life, how would you like to see these things expressed in your daily life? Give 2-3 examples of situations in the family, on the road, at work, in public places, or any other situation you can think of: