Archive for Wrzesień 2014

#248E: The advice of totalizm on how to make correct decisions which always prove to be right and truly solve our problems (po polsku poniżej)


Motto: „The main goal of totalizm is to teach how to overcome human imperfections in order to live morally, happily, peacefully, in prosperity, and in harmony with God, nature and other people.”

Before anything we do physically, always beforehand we undertake a number of decisions and choices in our mind. Only that most of them are made automatically, so that many of us are NOT aware of this fact – in the same way as most of time we are unaware of our breathing. For example, whether we should sit on a chair or on the couch, or use a spoon or a fork, etc. However, even if a majority of decisions come to us automatically and in an unaware manner, still a human life actually turns out to be one long string of decisions. In turn, on the outcomes of these decisions depends the quality, result and course of our life.

All decisions are made in our minds. Therefore, their results always are governed by the principles of operation of that „moral field” already described in items #D5, #F5 and #I1 from the web page named „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm” (addresses of which are provided at the end of this post). Unfortunately, still only a few people know how this moral field works and what principles and laws govern over it. After all, for the first time in the world the moral field was discovered and thoroughly described only by the philosophy of totalizm. But this philosophy come to know so far only a relatively few people. Hence, only those few people know how to make correct decisions. The rest of the people still act as the outcomes of education supervised by our official science dictate it to them. But this science erroneously insists to teach us in schools and at universities, that every problem has only one correct solution, and that this solution is the one which provides us with the maximum of financial gains – as I indicated it to the reader at the beginning of the introduction and in first lines of „part #J” from the web page named „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm”. So instead of wisely choosing in their decisions a really correct solution to a given problem, most of people blindly implement whatever brings to them the highest financial benefits – although typically it is NOT the correct solution for their problem. As a result of these erroneous beliefs etched in us by the official science, most of people make the wrong decisions that are immoral because they slide down in the moral field. But for making such immoral decisions the moral field imposes severe penalties. Of course, if someone makes such decisions only for his or her private use, then these penalties typically affect only him or her. However, if the government or the parliament of a country makes wrong (immoral) decisions, which affect all the people from this country, then the penalty for taking immoral decisions adversely spoil the life of every citizen of the country. For this reason, it is vital that governments and parliaments have learned how to make decisions in accordance with principles and criteria of morality revealed to us by the Bible and by the philosophy of totalizm.

The great thing about methods developed by the philosophy of totalizm is that the principle of making correct decisions remain exactly the same, no matter who and what decision is making. Thus totalizm provides us with an excellent tool that works equally reliably both in our private decision-making, as well as in decision-making at a governmental or a parliamentary level. This means that to the decisions on very significant matters from our private everyday life, and to the decisions of which results are to affect the whole country, apply the same methods and principles. Namely, to NOT be transformed during a long-acting into a denial of the purpose for which a decision was originally made, and to NOT generate the undesirable side effects which would invalidate the goal of this decision, each decision must be pedantically moral – means it must climb possibly most steeply uphill in the moral field. This requirement is in fact the source of only request which the philosophy of totalizm imposes on us, and which states that „whatever you do, always do it pedantically morally – that is, in a manner that is climbing the most steeply uphill in the moral field”.

That request of totalizm, to do everything in a pedantically moral manner, causes that totalizm distinguishes only two types of decisions, namely (1) morally correct decisions, the implementation of which lifts the doer uphill in the moral field, and (2) immoral decisions, the implementation of which pushes the doer downhill in the moral field. Furthermore, the findings of totalizm also provide us with the tools that allow an easy and quick distinguishing of a morally correct decision from an immoral decision. Descriptions of these tools are indicated in item #J2 of the web page named „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm”. One of the principles of such a fast distinguishing between both these kinds of decisions, is based on the explained in items #D5, #F5 and #I1 of the web page „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm” differences between short-term (immediate) and long-term consequences of the implementation of the morally correct decisions, and immoral decisions. Namely, the implementation of morally correct decisions immediately is always hampered by the moral field, and hence it is difficult, requiring insertion of a substantial effort, encountering criticism and opposition from many other people, while the beneficial consequences of such morally correct decisions become apparent only in the long-term work. In turn the implementation of immoral decision in short-term is facilitated by the moral field, and thus instantly these decisions are easy to make, effortless, and bringing pleasures, immediate recognition of many other people, as well as bringing a whole range of immediate benefits. However, in the long-term the work of immoral decisions release such a large amount of unwanted side-effects that these side effects transform immoral decisions into the denial of the purposes for which they were originally taken, and in addition they transform their beneficial consequences into undesirable consequences. As a result, these side effects only intensify the need to re-find a morally correct solution to the problems that originally these immoral decisions intended to solve. In total, immoral decisions do NOT solve human problems, but only escalate these problems and postpone to a later date the need for their solving in morally correct manner.

At this point it is worth to note, that what totalizm determined about making decisions, is the exact opposite of what many people believe and practice. Namely, totalizm recommends to insist on decisions that are morally correct, and thus for which during their making and implementation the moral field generates an immediate resistance that originates from humans – that is, which making and implementation in a short-term is difficult and requires a significant amount of mental work, because it runs along the so-called „line of the greatest intellectual resistance”, but is realistic and possible for us to implement, while do NOT meet resistance originating from God (for examples see descriptions from items #N2 and #N3 of the web page named „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm” and compare these with what is explained in item #J3 of that web page). This is because only such morally-correct decisions in the long-term actually solve the problem for which they were made. On the other hand, many people believe that confronting immediate (short-term) difficulties and intellectual effort in making and later implementing decisions, is a kind of „bad omen”, or a bad investment of their time and resources, and thus that one should NOT insist on such decisions, but best is to quickly abandon their implementation.

Of course, every decision after being taken in our minds, awaits its implementation in the physical world. This implementation can also be made in a morally correct manner, or in an immoral way. Fortunately for us, principles of physical implementations of decisions in a way that meets the strict criteria of morality, are already understood by people much better than principles of mental making morally correct decisions. (This is why only principles of mental making morally correct decisions are described so thoroughly in this post). After all, these physical implementations require only the use of commonly known principles of pedantically moral behaviours. In turn moral behaviours are explained to us exactly by the Bible, Christianity, karma, philosophy of totalizm, etc. So, I do NOT need to repeat here these explanations. I should only remind here, that the final results of even the morally most correct decisions may be undermined by immoral implementations of these decisions. However, if a decision is morally correct, and if then it is implemented in the physical world in a morally correct manner, then totalizm guarantees, that the long-term consequences of this decision are to solve permanently the human problem for solving of which this decision was made.

In the explanations from this post I tried to emphasize, that the philosophy of totalizm stresses for us this quite shocking fact, namely that immoral decisions which try to solve any real problem, actually never solve that problem, but only escalate and move (postpone) to a later date the need to find a morally correct solution for that problem. This is because immoral decisions only provide a short-term substitute for solving the problem, or the impression of solving the problem, but then in the long-term action of their unwanted „side effects” they restore again and further escalate the situation that was prevailing prior to the implementation of such immoral solution to this problem. As a result, if someone decides to solve a problem in an immoral manner, i.e. in a manner that effortlessly slides down in the moral field, then after the long-term, the side effects of this solving are to appear, thus this someone faces again the problem of finding a morally correct solution to the same problem, and in addition he or she has yet to solve a whole range of additional problems caused by the undesirable side effects of the implementation of the immoral solution to this problem. So in fact, the only truly final solving of any real problem in life, is to solve it according to the criteria of morality, means to solve it in a manner that climbs uphill in the moral field.

Let us indicate now several well-known examples of immoral decisions, taken from the real life. They prove the truth of the above findings of totalizm – especially the finding that the immoral decisions do NOT solve problems for which they were originally made, but only postpone to a later date the need to find morally correct solutions to these problems. At the same time, due to the commonly prevailing lack of knowledge about the work of the moral field, these decisions are NOT considered to be incorrect (immoral) by most of people today – and this in spite that in the obvious way they reveal their long-term adverse side-effects that transform them into denials of the goals for which they were originally taken. And so, a perfect example of an immoral decision that supposed to solve a problem confronted often by individual people, and depending on finding a companion for life (a soul mate), is to marry someone with whom we are joined, for example, by a physical lust, but NOT by an actual kinship of souls. After such a marriage a quick divorce usually comes – unless someone deliberately avoids a divorce at the expense of the suffering for the rest of his or her life. In case of divorce one again needs to find someone for the rest of life, and also typically one must also somehow solve problems of „side effects” in the form of fates of children or the losses and division of life achievements. In turn excellent examples of immoral decisions that supposed to solve massive problems confronted by our entire civilization, which, however, have NOT solved these problems, are decisions implemented so far by people in matters of territorial disputes, harmful insects, dangerous germs, and also cases of massive printing of money as well as consequences of the implementation of the theory of relativity. After all, for example the territorial disputes people typically try to resolve through the wars – that is, in an obviously immoral way. However, after these wars are finished, people still have to sit at the table and negotiate a real solution to the territorial dispute, and in addition they must somehow solve also the numerous problems caused by these wars. The problem of harmful insects people have attempted to solve through the immoral decision to implement pesticides – the first of which was DDT. Unfortunately, the ability of insects to acquire resistance to pesticides caused that now people still have to find a morally correct solution to the same problem of harmful insects, and in addition they must also solve many problems from the side effects of prolonged use of pesticides (e.g. destruction of beneficial insects, soil saturation with pesticides inducing cancer, allergies, etc.). A similar situation as with the harmful insects, is also with pathogenic bacteria. An immoral solution to this problem were antibiotics – the first of which was penicillin. Unfortunately, most of malignant bacteria have acquired resistance to antibiotics, so that now people confront once again the need to find a moral solution to the same problem of harmful bacteria (hopefully, this time it will be a morally correct solution), and in addition people must also solve many problems resulting from undesirable side effects of the broad use of antibiotics. From history we also know that the printing of money (already described in item #G2 of the web page named „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm”) always in a long-term brings a denial of itself, that is, brings a financial crash. Quite disturbing are also long-term consequences of the decision to implement the theory of relativity to teaching and to canons of physics. Already now this decision to implement the theory of relativity turns out to be a denial of the purposes for which it was made, i.e. the theory of relativity quite openly blocks already (rather than supports) the progress of the human knowledge in a whole range of areas – for example, by preventing the official recognition and popularization of discoveries of particles faster than light, by blocking the official recognition of the Concept of Dipolar Gravity and all consequences of this concept (e.g. official recognition of the philosophy of totalizm), by preventing scientists from even just considering the possibility that our physical world is ageing accordingly to two different times (irreversible and reversible) described in item #F4 from the web page named „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm”, and it blocks progress in many further ways. All the above features are in turn characteristic for taking and for implementing of all kinds of immoral decisions – as this is explained in more detail in item #H3 from the web page named „mozajski_uk.htm”.

Of course, some readers may doubt whether the indicated above examples of human actions are outcomes of immoral decisions and implementations. In the case of marriages caused by desires rather than by kinships of souls, and in the case of wars, their immorality is obvious. This fact is confirmed NOT only by the content of the Bible, but practically almost every indicator of moral correctness presented in this post and in item #J2 from the web page named „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm”. Also in matter of money printing, both the whispers of our conscience, as well as the characteristics of such activities described in item #G2 of the web page named „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm”, confirm also that it is an immoral decision and implementation. One can, however, still have doubts as to whether decisions about the implementation of pesticides and antibiotics were also immoral, or whether it was immoral for example, to make the decision to implement the theory of relativity to teaching and to canons of physics – discussed in more detail in item #H3 from the web page named „mozajski_uk.htm”. It turns out that YES, indeed, all these decisions were immoral – which fact in the best way is documented, among others, by the described above differences between the short-term (immediate) and long-term consequences of morally correct decisions and immoral decisions. For example, if someone studies the history of inventions and the first implementations of pesticides (DDT) and antibiotics (penicillin), or the history of any other immoral decision – for example, the history of the theory of relativity, then he or she discovers that they came easily for their creators and without the required work and effort – e.g. on the occasion of some other research, or – as in the case of the theory of relativity, because increasingly more facts seem to indicate that the formulation and writing of this theory was made by Einstein’s first wife, NOT by Einstein himself – for details see e.g. the article , which I had pleasure to read in July 2014. (Einstein himself was known as NOT belonging to „workoholics”. For example, his article of 1905 entitled „Does the Inertia of a Body Depend Upon Its Energy Content?”, discussing consequences of the theory of relativity, had the length of … almost 2 pages – see the caption under „Fig. #G2c” from the web page named „evil.htm”. Also, until today the formal derivation of the famous equation „E = m c square” cannot be found somehow in Einstein’s publications – is it possible that his first wife withhold this key derivation as her proof who is the true author of the theory of relativity?) In addition, all of these decisions brought for their creators an immediate recognition, fame, and financial benefits – in the examples described herein – including the Nobel Prizes. Finally, in their long-term work, all of them already today revealed consequences of adverse side effects that turned them into the exact negation of the goals for which those decisions were originally made (i.e. revealed, amongst others, consequences of the work of side effects indicated in the previous paragraph).

Procedures for mental making morally correct decisions are essential components of the recommendations of totalizm. Therefore, they are well explained in a number of totaliztic publications. For example, a simple and fast method of making morally correct decisions in our everyday activities, is also discussed in item #A2.1 from the web page named „totalizm.htm”. In turn, e.g. the evaluation and prediction of consequences of any human decision or action, through checking whether the moral field helps or hampers its mental selecting and later physical implementation, is explained in item #F1 yet another web page named „rok_uk.htm”. Furthermore, an example of making one such a morally correct decision, is discussed in item #N4 from the web page named „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm”.

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The above post is an adaptation of item #J1 from my election information web page (in the English language) named „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm” (updated on 5 September 2014, or later). Thus, the reading of the above descriptions would be even more effective from that web page, than from this post – after all e.g. on the totaliztic web pages are working all (green) links to other related web pages with additional explanations, texts are printed in colours, the content is supported with illustrations, the content is updated regularly, etc. The most recent update of the web page „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm” can be viewed, amongst others, at addresses:

(*) Notice that every address with totaliztic web pages, including all the above web addresses, should contain all totaliztic web pages – including web pages indicated in this post. Thus, in order to see any totaliztic web page that interests the reader, it suffices that in one amongst the above addresses, the web page name „pajak_for_mp_2014.htm” is changed into the name of web page which one wishes to see. For example, in order to see the web page named „mozajski_uk.htm” e.g. from the totaliztic web site with the address , it is enough that instead of this address in the window of an internet explorer one writes e.g. the address .

The above manner (*) for viewing the totaliztic web page sought by the reader, is especially useful because the majority of my web pages is published on „free hosting addresses” – some amongst which have this bad habit that typically they delete my web pages just after one year. Thus, if the reader wishes to find any such my web page to which I refer in my older posts from this blog, and therefore which page in the meantime was deleted from free hosting addresses, then it is enough to visit the newest post on this blog – under which I am providing the list of most recent and thus currently the most valid addresses that contain all my web pages. Then in any amongst these most current addresses the reader can find the web page which he or she is seeking, just by using its name for modifying that address accordingly to the method (*) described above (which method allows to run any totaliztic web page chosen by the reader).

It is worth to know as well, that almost each new topic that I am researching on principles of my „scientific hobby” with „a priori” approach of the new „totaliztic science”, including this one, is repeated in all mirror blogs of totalizm still in existence (the above topic is repeated in there as the post number #248E). In past there were 5 such blogs. At the moment only two blogs of totalizm still remain undeleted by adversaries of the new „totaliztic science” and of the moral philosophy of totalizm. These can be viewed at following internet addresses:

With the totaliztic salute,
Jan Pajak