Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, paleontologist and geologist, French philosopher and Jesuit priest, developed the concept of Noosphere, which he described as “the sphere of thought encircling the earth that has emerged through evolution as a consequence of this growth in complexity / consciousness.”
The Internet in the last 20 years has revealed the astonishing extent of this new reality. Today, not only can information reach any corner of the world in an instant, for better or for worse, but new communities are born every second through the extensive social networks.
Knowledge is a driving force that has been a major factor in the evolution of any society. Civilizations are born and shaped through their innovative thinking and technology. Unfortunately some have also disappeared due to their mistaken ideas and wrongdoing.
Not long ago, it was brought to our attention how precious our biosphere is and how our earth could be in peril if we don’t pay attention to the delicate balance of our environment. Today, without forgetting our previous concerns, we also add the extra awareness of another level of life, the Noosphere (collective thinking).
What can be done? Or what can we do? Obviously there is nothing more we can do to clean the toxicity of the Noosphere other than for each of us to exercise a positive influence. In Quantum Physics the power of intention has been proven and demonstrated more than once (Lynne McTaggart).
Quantum University has intentionally taken the lead to express worldwide a more complete curriculum in the field of health education, conscious that a deeper understanding of human reality based on quantum physics will have tremendous consequences in the wellness and health care of any society, rich or poor.
The role every individual will play to construct and grow a healthy and more positive “Noosphere” will certainly be a determinant in the survival of our human species: “Our duty, as men and women, is to proceed as if limits to our ability did not exist. We are collaborators in creation.” -Pierre Teilhard de Chardin