Cosmosociology

 

Cosmosociology is a discipline focused on understanding the laws of the universe applied to human beings and their social relationships. The term comes from the Greek "κόσμος" [kósmos], 'order', the Latin "socius", 'companion', 'ally', and the Greek "λóγος" [logos], 'word', 'creative intelligence'.1 Cosmosociology studies the patterns of order that exist in nature and the natural laws that govern everything occurring in the universe including everyday situations in life.

It uses various theoretical, philosophical, and practical methods to achieve an integral and holistic understanding of the interrelationship between the cosmos and human beings.2 However, cosmosociology is not merely a philosophical or theoretical model, but a discipline that aims to understand how the universe works to develop and apply methods, systems, and actions that will bring about concrete results in people's lives.

 

Area of research

The main objects of study are the laws of the universe and the patterns of cosmic order found in nature as well as in people’s lives. Cosmosociology aims to understand how the universe works, starting from smaller scales such as subatomic particles to larger ones such as stellar systems, and decoding the order and patterns present everywhere.

It considers that human beings are not only in the universe but are primarily part of it, therefore, those rules that operate in nature also apply to our daily life. As the universe is the most efficient and optimally functioning system, it proposes that knowing its patterns and laws of organization and consciously applying them to our social system is the most efficient way to evolve and achieve our collective goals.

 
The laws and order of the universe

As a discipline that integrates many others, it approaches the order of the universe and its laws from multiple scientific, philosophical, theological, and mythological perspectives. At the same time, it seeks to understand similarities and correlations on how to understand and experience the cosmic order in different times, cultures, and paradigms.3​

As a consequence, cosmosociology studies the laws of physics, biology, systemic and hermetic principles, among others. These laws, despite having different names, essentially describe the same patterns of universal functioning. A differential factor of the cosmosociological approach is that - unlike other disciplines that study these laws applied to a specific area - it seeks to understand the implications of these laws in all areas of life.

 

The steps of creation

One of the purposes of the cosmosociological approach is to take advantage of the functioning of the universe applied to each person and their relationships to achieve one's purposes and improve one’s quality of life. That is why cosmosociological practice develops and uses applicable methods that help to understand the cosmic dynamics in practice.

One of the best-known methods is the 4 steps of creation4. They emerged through modeling processes567 where the researcher chooses a person he/she considers to be outstanding in performing a particular task and selects him/her as a model. Then, the researcher observes and assesses the steps followed by the chosen model to efficiently and effectively accomplish his or her goals. Modeling focuses on "identifying the internal processes that a successful person uses in relation to a certain behavior "8. This method "gives us the key about how the person (model) can do what he or she normally does. The method will also guide him or her towards implementing that behavior "8.

Through the modeling of distinguished historical and contemporary figures, Khalil Bascary postulated9 the existence of 4 universal steps that all people follow to accomplish their goals. This method involves hermetic principles, systemic principles, and scientific foundations which prove to be a natural and fundamental sequence in the process of creating reality.

 

Charts and maps

Another area of study and methodological tools of cosmosociology are the visual diagrams that various cultures and other sciences have developed to represent the universal order and the way it works. Some of the most widely studied and used are the 4-quadrant matrices, the model of logical levels of experience, the flower of life, the toroid tube, and the tetrahedral star.


 

Areas of implementation

 

As it involves universal laws, its use is potentially unlimited, making it possible to understand and apply cosmosociology in any situation in life, as well as in other social aspects such as politics, economics, and education.10

Moreover, by taking a holistic approach to every situation, cosmosociology can be applied to other disciplines, for example, sociology, anthropology, psychology, etc., therefore enriching their understanding of diverse phenomena. At the same time, it is an inclusive paradigm that connects models from diverse arts, sciences, religions, and mythologies, thus providing innovative answers through a multidisciplinary perspective.

 

History

 

The first historical reference to cosmosociology was published in Rome (August 1967) and is found in the description of the ancient rite of initiation to the degree of Knight Kadosh11 (holy, sacred) originating in the Templar Order, which in Scottish lodges represents the highest degree of mastery. In such an act the steps of the mysterious staircase1213 that unites heaven and earth are described, with each step representing a level of the evolution of universal knowledge.

In this symbolic framework, cosmosociology is mentioned as the highest step that includes all other sciences and disciplines because it also studies the relationship between man and nature with the Great Architect of the Universe.14

Officially15 the creator and the main speaker promoting this concept is the author and influencer Khalil Bascary,1617 who first mentioned it publicly in 2013 in his lecture "The Secret Power of the Mind "18 at the National University of Tucumán, Argentina. That same year he published the definition on his website and in May 2016 a description of the concept and its main ideas appeared for the first time in print in the magazine "La naturaleza en nosotros".19 In 2019, Khalil Bascary elaborated even more on the definition of this term and the implications of this discipline in his book "La palabra que cambió el universo".

In 2015, Khalil Bascary founded the Cosmosociology Research Organism to research the laws of the universe and for testing cosmosociological ideas as well as conducting experiments and developing its applications in society. On October 30th that year, the Cosmosociology Research Organism was awarded the title of "International Peace Embassy "20 by the foundations Milenios de Paz21 and P.E.A. (Peace, Ecology, and Art)22 with the endorsement of UNESCO. Subsequently, the name of the organization was changed to CosmoSociology Research and Application Organism (O.I.A. de Cosmosociología in Spanish).

Since then, cosmosociology and its practical applications have been mentioned in various books, magazines, newspaper articles, films23, and songs. Currently, it is being taught in many countries of America2425262728 and Europe29 through written and audiovisual media and conferences.

 

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