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(The Maslow’s Pyramid and the Contoret Pyramid)


So in the 21st century the classical science in its development, relying on the principle of material realism, came to an ever-increasing contradiction between its postulates and the reality of daily life. Monistic idealism has risen from the depths of the centuries, supported by the oldest traditions, cultures, philosophies and religions, and is irrefutably established in our lives. We need a bridge between two parallel poles, which will smooth out the contradictions and thereby cease to slow down the process of evolution. The new paradigm can become such a bridge, where nobody is concerned about the problem of who is right or who is better. The new paradigm is about mutual tolerance and cooperation, that are complementing each other and aiming at an effective result. This is a bridge over the abyss that is separating modern science and life realities today.

Evaluating the development of human society over the past 100 years, we see in practice that the direction to a new paradigm has already been taken. An example of this is the tools of the new typology of people that arise, according to the very need for the development of society. Abraham Maslow proposed the theory of motivation through a hierarchy of needs. Maslow's pyramid is one of the most recognizable classifiers of human society. David Hawkins proposed to look at a new category of human typology - Awareness. This is the bridge from material perception to spiritual, an attempt to search for balance and unity of human essence. I come up with the idea of the Pyramid of Human Uniqueness by Contoret, as with the next generation tool, based on the fact that human beings are not material machines, but rather spiritual entities.



It is obvious that the gap between science and spirituality will be steadily decreasing. The internal resistance of classical science can only slow down this process, but cannot stop it. The fact that Spirituality is the basis of life and Awareness is the source of life is undeniable for a huge number of people born and raised in the dogmas of material realism. These people will contribute to reducing the distance between science and spirituality. It is the relations between these people, their creativity and daily conscious life that will ultimately lead to a combination of science and spirituality, in order to a change in the paradigm of thinking of our civilization. The solution lies on the surface. This is a rapprochement of science and spirituality. But the path to this decision depends on each and every of us.


In defense of the idea of changing the paradigm of classical science, there is, first of all, quantum physics. Its history began on December 14, 1900, when Max Planck gave a report at the meeting of the Berlin Physical Society and the concept of quantum-energy appeared. Starting from Plank, a whole series of discoveries began, changing the stereotyped thinking about material realism. These are the discoveries of Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Erwin Schrödinger, Felix Bloch, and a number of physicists who, by experiment, proved and confirmed that the basis of our world is not material realism, but spirituality.


Over the past few decades, quantum physics, increasingly confirming the reality of monistic idealism, has introduced concepts such as a quantum computer, the creation of charged particle accelerators, collider theory, string theory, and even quantum cryptography. Not everyone knows that fashionable Bitcoin is the brainchild of quantum physics, which is a direct proof that the new paradigm is already bringing significant changes into our lives.


In the 21st century, the number of scientists and mystics grows, helping to reduce the gap between science and spirituality. These include our contemporaries: Richard Bach, Deepak Chopra, Dr. Amit Goswami, Sergey Lazarev, Eckhart Tolle and many others.


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