When I see the titles like ‘central nervous systems for the earth’ and feel every psychopathic weirdo passing by, targeting me with the smart phone, I closely identify with Krishnamurti’s opinion on our contemporary science.
In the book of Peter Michel his thoughts are well expressed:
‘The world is becoming something totally new. Space is being conquered, machines are taking over, tyranny is spreading.
You are not aware of the movement, the significance, the flow, the dynamic quality of this change. We think we have time, there is no time, the house is burning.
Scientific thinking has to change its parameters, it has to be open for a transcendence yet to be discovered, and it must enter into the paradigm change. Science must form a body union with the religious consciousness. When the scientific mind breaks through the limitations of the known – then perhaps it approaches the religious mind.
The scientific mind with its logic, its precision, its inquiry investigates the outer world of nature, but it does not lead to an inward comprehension of things; yet the inward comprehension brings about an understanding of the outer. The scientific mind is not a compassionate mind, for it does not understand itself.’
The science of genetics just represents this absolutely terrifying state, where our intellectual abilities of mechanical nature have opened new horizons of the world inaccessible to us up till lately but our power driven nature is monopolising and arrogating the research by modifying the creation for its own egoistic aims, while totally disregarding or being totally ignorant of the Universal Plan we are all part of. Continue reading “Central nervous systems”