What motivates human evolution
Human evolution is motivated by the desire of the individual human being to achieve a sense of Selfhood and a greater understanding of self through following a Life Path, developed in childhood, through a desire for social interaction with other humans and a desire for acquiring individual (personal) experience working towards a life objective developed as part of the development of the life Path.
Humans as a species
This is a nromal part of human evolution as humans are a species of hominid apes characterized by large forebrains, a need for creative self-expression and the use of tools to carry out certain takss. Human evolution is characetrized by creativity and diversity, which explains why throughout the xtant history of human evolution humans have evolved to become one of the most socially variant species in the animal kingdom, with more ways of raising their young and structuring their communities than other species.
The basic principles of existence
This need for creativity and diversity is consistent not just with normal biological evolution but also with the basic principles of existence in the universe and universal law. There are three such principles. The first principle is individuality, in that everything created is unique and individual and never replicated or reproduced to be the exact same as any other individual. The second principle is binarity which facilitates relativity. The universe functions on the basis of relativity and action, reaction and interaction. The third principle is cyclicity.
The Energy Spectrum
Everything in existence comes out of energy which exists on a spectrum between zero point and consciousness at one end of the spectrum and black holes and radiation on the other. Energy is expansive in nature and there is a objective which is common to the universe, biological evolution and living existence and that is the development of consciousness or the perception of consciousness.
The common objective< p>It is through this common objective that there is a common objective between the individual human being and the human race as a whole, and that is the development of consciousness. Theoretically there is a process where in seeking connections to other human beings and acquiring experience individual humans develop culture and cultural awareness, which would lead to social progress on the basis of a shared development of consciousness and through this human evolution can be achieved.
Drama and trauma
However the development of consciousness through social interaction, the acquisition of experience and human creativity is not a given. Energy exists on a spectrum which is determined by waveelngth (a creative cycle), frequency and levels of consciousness. This range of energy across the spectrum in the universe is infinite and much greater than the narrow spectrum of energy necessary to sustain life and support evolution. There are the two polar aspects of the spectrum, which is dramatic, which is development of consciousness through a lowering of energy frequency, longer wavelengths and increased consciousness. This is opposite to traumatic, which is higher frequencies of energy, shorter wavelengths and reduced levels of consciousness.
The above principles are part of reality and as such, form the basic principles which govern the functioning of any human social or community structure.
The pivotal role of culture
The role of culture in any social or community structure is pivotal to the way that community or society functions. This is because culture is an important part of language, communication, asnd social interaction and also because cultural beliefs often influence social beliefs. Cultural awareness influences how an indiviual perceives opportunities to acquire experience and connect to other people. Likewise culture and how culture develops has a direct ifnluence on how a community or society functions. Culture and cultural awareness also influences other things such as the collective energy, mood, public perception and how people relate to one another in a community or society.
The importance of cultural development
Investment in culture and development of culture through the creation of opportunities generally has a beneficial effect for everyone because it enables people to acquire individual (personal) experience, achieve a better sense of Selfhood (self) and develop their perception of consciousness. This also promotes social progress, social order, structure, social cohesion and thus promotes a new culture of cooperation between people, positive emotions and a sense of wellbeing and optimism among people. This is because dramatic energy is based on light energy and love energy and this inspires such things in people as humanity, creativity, compassion and empathy. Social progress advances human evolution and the collective consciousness and it also promotes the creation of wealth and a much more even distribution of resources.
Insufficient investment and development of culture leads to a reverse process which is centred around deprivation of opportunity and individual human experience. This can change the energy from love energy to fear energy and deprtivation of opportunity and individual human experience can lead to perceptions of disempowerment, a sense of alienation, isolation and a loss of personal autoniomy (Selfhood). This can also lead to social divisions as people compete against one another for whatever opportunities are available and this can further result in social conflicts centred around various ideologies and struggles for access to opportunities, and economic, social or political power. Various social issues develop in processes of cultural decline among which include poverty, inequality, social stigma, crime, and an increased belief in authoritarianism with a desire among some people for domination and control over other people. If the process of cultural decline is not reversed by a new process of cultural development the outcome usually becomes either social collapse, civil unrest or totalitarianism imposed by a dominant authority structure and hierarchy based on a predominant ideology which causes even further conflict and struggle.