A worldview is a centering meta-paradigm of reality, a unifying cultural consciousness that both underlies and almost always invisibly conditions and controls an individual’s (or a culture's,) way of knowing, seeing, valuing and most importantly, acting in the world. A new worldview always emerges and evolves naturally when the previous worldview no longer adequately solves the most critical new problems of the times that are arising for the individual and the society. Each new worldview expansion provides transcending more effective solutions that simply cannot be seen from within the constraints of the previous worldview. Each new worldveiw encompasses and includes the best of the previous worldviews. Each new worldview eventually causes a great re-alignment of how individuals and cultures view their world. This eventually re-aligns how they act in it. The new Universe Evolutionary Worldview whose core is derived from the science-grounded meta-principles of Evolution 2.0 is such a new worldview.
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What is The Highest Objective Purpose of Life and an Individual's Smartest Life Commitment?
The following is a quick summary of the nearly unstoppable meta-processes, levels and steps of the core directionality of progressive evolution. (These meta-processes are also known as the core reoccurring meta-patterns, meta-principles, "products," "interests" or intrinsic "values" of universe scale evolution.)
Knowing your most basic purpose for living is essential to ordering your life with meaning and to live a happy and successful life. One draws clarity and power from this fundamental knowledge and focus.
Inspirations for Job One For Humanity Evolutioneers
Our true ancestry is the emergent creativity of the Universe. Our forebears were those who learned how to coalesce hydrogen and helium into stars, to form planets, to sustain life first from mineral nutrients in the sea and later to capture delicious photons, to exploit oxygen for energy rather than be exterminated by it, to diversify via sexual reproduction, to form social groups for greater security and protection of offspring. We are the beneficiaries (and, admittedly, also the victims) of this narrative of emergence. Our ‘companions’ are all of these progenitors. Indeed, they are more than companions; they are family. From them we have inherited our corporeal shapes and movements, our body chemistry, and even some of our behavioral agendas.