This system becomes so complex and grows so much that it eventually falls apart and something new forms, thus taking a new turn of development on a different level.
Answer: An integral system develops internally, not externally, because development does not happen in an egoistic way; it happens through a universal connection of a greater quality, though mutual guarantee, our mutual inclusion of one inside the other.
This is not the Brownian movement because it happens in a completely different way, when one submits to others. There is no disorganized, chaotic intrusion; on the contrary, we offer ourselves to everyone else, and this is why the system always grows in quality.
Question: Any development always includes a certain battle of opposites. Does this also pertain to the previous level?
Answer: It depends on the level that you are referring to. If you are referring to rising above our egoism, which has already lost its opposition, and it stands under altruism in order to help and support it, then egoism can no longer perform the function it has previously performed. The battle ends.
From Kab TV’s “The Integral World,” 11/27/12