What is Multiversalism?
Starting from the idea that every human being, every living being, is his or her own universe – with his or her own nature and laws of nature – the multiverse in this context represents a higher level through which all life forms are connected – a kind of a mental multiverse, as it may also exist – subordinated to our real universe.
Multiversalism is a philosophy and unlike many religions it pursues an integrative approach and tries to formulate a highest common denominator that should apply to all people – regardless of their other ideological notions.
The ethic of Multiversalism is based on an expanded humanistic approach. Therefore Multiversalists consider the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a common denominator of interpersonally ethic. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted and promulgated on 10 December 1948 by the General Assembly of the United Nations.
The Multiversalist ethic also implies, in addition to the humanistic values, a concern for other earthlings and includes an active commitment for other animals and the environment. For this reason, Multiversalists try to live conscious, mostly prefer a vegetarian or vegan diet, are involved in environmental projects and seek to leave the smallest possible ecological footprint.
Being a Multiversalist
Anyone who broadly agreed with the above might be described as a multiversalist, or might identify themselves as a multiversalist. For Multiversalism, there is no entrance procedure, or rite of passage, and no hierarchy to which you must belong. Multiversalists are multiversalists, they do not have to join an organisation, or be on a list somewhere!