Money as a means of satisfying needs has the characteristic that we receive it from people. It has no connection with the gifts of nature, which all other living beings receive directly. Our ancestors as hunter-gatherers also received the gifts of nature directly. They went into the forest and hunted. They went through nature and gathered. Directly. There was no one who wanted to take the place of nature and force our ancestors to turn to him for a substitute for game and roots with which – in exchange and thus severed from the connection to the source – they could have satisfied their needs for game and roots. The relationship then was man ↔ nature. The relationship today is human ↔ human. The „producer“ is also only seemingly connected to nature. Also he „sells“ „his“ „products“ for money, in order to „buy“ then for money the „products“ of other „producers“. Thus, money has created a closed system that lacks the connection to nature. Nature lies hidden somewhere under the money layer and man is isolated from it by the money. He experiences it only when it has been transformed into money. The system is incomplete because it knows no roots. It always refers only to itself. And this self – the human being – is only a part of the whole. It is thus not complete and prevents man from recognizing his natural relations and his natural position in nature. The producers of goods and the providers of money have thereby understandably taken the place of the providing nature for man. Thus, he must worship and ritually care for banks, corporations and products because they have taken the place of the providing Mother Earth. He thinks that he is dependent on them and that his destiny is determined by them. Just as our ancestors thought about nature (and as is still thought in other cultures). Thus, this society is trapped in a bubble. In a sphere that contains an artificial world whose circuits are man-made short-sighted, unstable and imperfect. A world in which man can never feel real security and can only find peace if he doesn’t look so closely and accepts what he finds as „God-given“ and doesn’t think about it or perceive it any further. But what happens if we only worship and care for money and goods providers? What happens with our relationship to the animate nature, which we do not maintain any more? How do we then „resonate“ when we only resonate with the cobbled together materialistic human system? What then remains of the harmony of the natural cycles within us?