Love Significance; Love Equilibrium – Why Does Love Exist?

In this article, we will examine in detail what love is all about; its spiritual-intellectual, psychological, emotional, and mental importance that is intimately aligned with spiritual-emotional-physical-mental health, which signifies that through the appropriate adjustments of the alignment of the spiritual-emotional, psychological-physical, and spiritual-mental axes:

Someone can achieve and maintain success and meanwhile be able to find happiness, fulfillment, and satisfaction in the purpose and meaning of life and become confident of being wholeheartedly in the right place at the right time, enabling the achievement of a deeper spiritual understanding of life, spiritual empowerment and upliftment according to Plato’s ladder of love which represents the path of love as an ascent from, initially, pure physical attraction to, finally, love of divinity.

We might require a new approach or a new philosophy of love, in effect.

An in-depth review of topics such as:

The Two Primary Feelings and Emotions
Love vs. Fear of Love and Free Will
The Significance of Love in Reality Creation
The Significance of In-Love in Reality Creation
The Levels of Love Equilibrium
Definition of Spiritual – Emotional Love Equilibrium
Definition of Love – In-Love Equilibrium
Definition of Spiritual – Mental Love Equilibrium
Definition of Bliss or Blishfull Love Equilibrium
A Gradual Shift From Desire and Empathy to Compassion and Care
What Are The Types or Stages of Love?
What Is The Ladder of Love?
How Is Spiritual-Emotional Love Equilibrium Sustained?
In Conclusion
PS. Important remarks and examples of the main concepts for better understanding
Table of Contents

The Two Primary Feelings and Emotions

“Deep down, at our cores, there are only two main types of love one as a core feeling and one as a core feeling and emotion:

love or spiritual love as feeling (bid to know or sense divine Kalos as beauty or excellence to its highest degree or worth by exercising love as a force through the ascending of the ladder of love as a mean of leverage that is an inborn human right, privilege or truth), and

loving someone or something as both feeling (as a strong feeling of affection and concern) and emotion – accompanied by sexual attraction (ask to experience spiritual love to its maximum value or potential through the opposing force to the ladder of love that is the ladder of fear of love that triggers emotions of fear and displeasure)”

Love or spiritual love (feelings of affection towards spiritual connection that helps us find meaning or purpose in life) is a primary feeling or force, and loving someone or something (as a strong feeling of affection and concern toward another person as that arising from kinship or close friendship or a strong feeling of affection and concern for another person accompanied by sexual attraction).

Love as a main type of love is also a primary feeling, element, or step on the rung of the ladder of love while loving someone is a primary feeling and emotion reflecting the emotional needs of a person. Fear of – falling in – love is a sub-element, type, or step as a barrier on the ladder of the fear of love that is an opposing force to the ladder of love in humans. All other types of love, feelings, and emotions exist under these two primary ones: either love as an emotion comes from a place of fear or a place of love.

Love as a feeling rages from selfish to selfless love (true love) and as an emotion (loving someone or something) rages from fearful to fearless love (self-love). Any other feelings and emotions lay in between and interact through the primary ones and especially through loving someone as having a double quality (sensed both as a feeling – loving someone – and experienced as emotion as fear of – falling in – love or simply fear of love).

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  • Love or spiritual love (bid to know or sense divine Kalos by the exertion of love as a force or means of change or leverage) and loving someone or something (ask to experience spiritual love to its maximum potential by overcoming the initial step or barrier that is the fear of love) are opposing and not opposites. Kalos (a Greek word meaning beautiful or excellence) sensational stimuli as a combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight.
  • Sensational stimuli are processed by the cognitive mechanisms that generate the appropriate mixture of positive affective stimuli (love) and negative affective stimuli (fear of love).
  • Love and fear of love (as a sub-element of loving someone) are dualities; a balanced interaction of opposing and competing forces by providing and accepting love and help.
  • Love is a gut feeling; an instinct; an inborn impulse or motivation; an active force; an instinctive feeling; a mental state that is unleashed by the senses; a positive affective stimulus that triggers feelings of joy, and pleasure; a cause for change.
  • Positive affective stimuli range from selfish love, which tends to prioritize one’s desires and needs above the needs and desires of their partner and the relationship to selfless or true love, which is about sacrificing everything for another and accepting the other without judgment.
  • Loving someone is both a feeling and an emotion; an idea; a reactive force; a mental state brought on by neurophysiological change; an intuitive emotion distinguished from reasoning or knowledge; a negative affective stimulus that triggers emotions of fear and displeasure.
  • Loving someone as an emotional state because of the fear of love as the first step draws negative emotions of rejection that is actually an illusion; a false idea or belief; a state of experiencing; a misinterpreted perception of a sensory experience; or a misleading image presented to the vision.
  • Negative affective stimuli range from fearful love which is a threat to our physical, emotional, or psychological well-being to fearless or self-love which is a genuine relationship that is not dominated by the ego.

Opposing means to be in conflict or competition with something.

The opposite is something completely different of a contrary kind e.g. the opposite of yes is no.

Love breeds positive feelings like joy, peace, and satisfaction. Fear of love breeds negative emotions like anger, guilt, and sadness.

“Duality means a state of having two different parts, forces, elements or qualities such as:

in-love as a feeling (having substance as a strong drive, force or cause) that is another element or step in the ladder of love (bid to know or sense divine Kalos, as beauty or excellence, at its highest degree or worth by the exertion of love as a force or means of change or leverage, as an offer, effort or attempt) and

in-love as an emotion (experiencing existence as strong resistance to falling – in love as an effect) that is the main emotional element in the ladder of the fear of love (ask to experience spiritual love to its highest value or potential by exercising the fear of love as an opposing force to love or resistance to change and also as a way of reinforcing, experiencing or sustaining change)

which coexist in a balanced interaction 50/50 as complementary in order to create spiritual-emotional closeness”

In opposition, when we’re in a state of inner balanced interaction of competing forces we can also be in a place of love and fear of love at the same time interchangeably (as the two sides of the same coin – the principle of duality).

Fear of love is not the absence of love. Like eros and sadness, love and fear of love are dualities that live in the same chamber of the heart. When we feel love, fear of love will rear its head”

But why do people find it difficult to accept intense affection and appreciation? Some of them think that they are not worthy of being loved. Others have been hurt so much in love that they are afraid to open up again and deal wholeheartedly with another person. Everyone has created protective armor to protect themselves from being injured again. But love requires spiritual and emotional closeness and it only works when you take off your armor.

“The degree of the level or stage of love depends directly on the density of the opposing fear of love

Since you can feel either love or fear of love at the same time, you are going to have to actively or consciously choose one or the other. However, since many of us would likely rather be consciously in a place of love rather than a place of fear of love, we have to consciously act to be in that place, no matter what we choose.

Love vs. Fear of Love and Free Will

Humanity doesn’t completely understand what love is about (especially spiritual or divine beauty as the love that is the actual source and the end course in the ladder of love) because it hasn’t fully experienced it yet; that’s why any explanation is partially correct or incomplete; love, however, is perceived as worth, while fear of love is perceived as it’s valued, based mostly on the value system of an individual.

In addition, humanity hasn’t realized that fear of love constitutes a necessary step as a trial that has to be overcome (it’s the first and most significant step) toward the fulfillment of ourselves on the ladder of the fear of love as opposed to the ladder of love that reflects the desire to complete ourselves by finding the long-lost “other half” that is to finally know, sense divine Kalos as beauty or excellence (having substance) and experience spiritual love (experiencing existence) both at the same time.

To know or sense divine Kalos (having substance) and experience spiritual love (experiencing existence) means:

  1. the ability to exercise free will as a human’s birthright.
  2. to feel free to know divine Kalos and offer love to others (bid to know or sense divine beauty by leveraging love and help) that also means (bid as an attempt to freely know and offer love or help) through self-reflection by being in a state of being free of fear, brave, or fearless (self-reflection curve).
  3. to be free to accept love and help from others (by asking to experience love and help to its maximum potential) through self-conceptualization by being selfless and concerned more about your own needs [self-conceptualization curve meeting with self-reflection curve at the equilibrium point (1)].
  4. fear of love means to feel neither free to know divine Kalos as beauty or excellence by offering love or help nor to use it to its maximum advantage by accepting love and help from others by being selfish and fearful at the same time and refers to a mental blockage of the procedure or spiritual-emotional distantness – instead of closeness – through polarization at the edges, leading obviously to paralysis.
  5. to qualify to know or sense divine Kalos as beauty or excellence by providing love and help to others (supply or offer love and help as a skill or an effort) through the self-satisfaction curve (dealing with difficult emotions of fear of rejection) and
  6. to be response-able to return the love and help as a reward for the love and help you receive from others (demand love or help in return for the love or help provided) through the self-fulfillment curve [dealing with overflowing feelings of love and acceptance meeting with self-satisfaction curve at the equilibrium point (2)].
  7. Inner peace means being in a state of experiencing happiness [(self-satisfaction through self-actualization which is: the complete realization of one’s potential, and the full development of one’s abilities and appreciation for life) and contentment (self-fulfillment through self-imagination which is the imagination of an event from a personal perspective) at the same time [supply-demand equilibrium, love-in-love equilibrium, or self-actualization – self-imagination equilibrium point (3)].
  8. This equilibrium point of self-actualization – self-imagination (3), finally coincides with both the self-reflection – self-conceptualization equilibrium point (1), and the self-satisfaction – self-fulfillment equilibrium point (2).

Inner peace or the equilibrium point of self-actualization self-imagination as a response-ability reflects the basic principle of the golden mean, (laid down by Aristotle) that focuses on moderation or striving for a balance throughout the desirable middle ground between two extremes one of excess and one of deficiency, by exercising the sacred right of free will.

According to the principle, you should aim for the causes and motives and understand how they relate to every situation, instead of looking for the effects of your actions-reactions, and handle the situation internally than externally by utilizing a more proactive and not reactive approach.

On the other hand, what would our lives be like if we were never afraid of anything? What risk would we take? The fear of love holds us back, many people do not realize how much they held them back until they reached the end of their lives – and until then, it may be too late to do anything about it.

Free will is actually taking a leap of faith aiming for inner balance”

Free will is actually taking a leap of faith:

  • to discover who you ”really” are.
  • to make yourself feel “whole”.
  • to feel excited and anew.
  • to have no fear.
  • to be more intuitive.
  • to feel a complete sense of freedom.
  • to achieve great things in life.

Understanding these great ideas about free will, love, fear and the fear of love can motivate us to work to stay consciously in a place of love. Learning how to design our thoughts and lives to keep us in this place is important for anyone who wants to live a life of meaning and fulfillment.

Reason does not contrast love and the fear of love at odds with each other—and neither does the dictionary. 

The fear itself isn’t a sign of negativity or weakness but a sign of how much we care. In a way, fear can deepen joy, passion, and love, if we learn how to find the courage to act despite it.

Rather, when people think of the opposite of love, they are probably thinking of dislike, disgust, or perhaps the most common of all, hate. And when they think the opposite of fear, they think of courage, bravery, or fearlessness.

Keeping these big ideas in mind, we can start to break down what it looks like to choose either love or fear of love in our daily lives. Here, in this article are some ways love versus fear of love manifests itself in the real world.

Fear of love destroys. Love creates”

When we’re afraid of something, we’re more likely to tear it down or throw it away. Coming from a place of love, however, encourages us to create, build, or add. If your project or your work gets rejected, you might be afraid to try again and nothing will happen as a result. Conversely, if you truly love your work, you’re more likely to make some adjustments and try again until you succeed.

Fear of love tightens. Love releases”

If you’re afraid of losing something, you might tighten your grip on it. If you truly love it, however, you’re willing to let it go if you need to. Parents learn this lesson as their children grow up and prepare to leave home. Tightening your “grip” on your children, out of fear, will be stressful for both the child and you, but releasing them with love will help them feel encouraged and supported, and will bring you more peace as a parent.

Fear of love breeds domination. Love breeds cooperation”

When someone is afraid of losing control, it’s easy for them to become domineering. Love, on the other hand, breeds cooperation. Loving couples are more likely to work together to create a life and a home that both of them are happy with. But if one or both of the parties starts to live in fear, they may start acting dominant as a way of exerting control.

If we do not love ourselves, why anyone else? Rejection of self acts as negative hypnosis: the more negative beliefs, the stronger your self-doubt. Before you can form a close bond with another person, you must first understand the most important that is saving the relationship in your life and most and foremost the relationship with yourself.

Love is dynamic and requires action to thrive. Fear of love hesitates”

Love is dynamic and requires action to thrive. While it is nice to be loved by someone else, each of us can only really feel loving feelings for another person and not that person’s emotions for us. To connect with and sustain these loving feelings within us, we must take loving actions. Otherwise, we may live in a fantasy.

Fear of emotional closeness is characterized by the fact that people need more and more distance as a relationship becomes closer. This situation may sound familiar to you: You want nothing more than a happy partnership. But instead of committing, you hesitate. Fear of being hurt or overwhelmed by your emotions. And instead of looking for a solution, you leave each time, you find it a little harder to relate to another person. And at some point, you doubt that you can accept love and open your heart.

Fear often keeps us from doing things we otherwise really want to do. Love, on the other hand, pushes us toward those goals and encourages us to act to make our dreams a reality. In addition, scientists find evidence that human beings are born with an innate desire to help others.

Deep in our hearts, we humans long for true and unconditional love. At the same time, many people are close to their inner selves. They lock their hearts with heavy locks and do not give others a chance to find the keys to their heart. These people have a hard time accepting the love they want so much. Sometimes they do not even recognize that it is right in front of them, because love is everywhere.

Thoughts like “nobody wants to be with me” are in their minds. And although they do not have this feeling on purpose, of course, it always brings back moments when they could be happy. Self-doubt ultimately leads to stress, because when someone else shows you that he loves you, you wonder if something is wrong. This increases your fear of being hurt, frustrated, or exploited.

Love is positive. It is proactive. It looks at the goal and says, “Yes, we can do that. Let’s get going.” It involves the love of the goal, love of yourself, and love of the steps you’ll need to take to get there. You move toward the goal, ready and willing to face whatever challenges appear along the way.

Fear of love is negative. It is reactive. It looks at the goal and says, “No, we can’t do that. Let’s get away.” When you’re fearful, you fear that your goal isn’t achievable, that you aren’t capable, or that your plan couldn’t possibly get you to where you want to go. So, instead of moving toward the goal, you move away from it. So you finally convince yourself that the goal isn’t worth the effort.

The Significance of Love in Reality Creation

Reality is a state of having substance or existence by equating the following fundamental principles:

  • Duality Principle through critical thinking (know or sense divine Kalos as beauty or excellence that is an idealistic, notional idea or action force and fear of love as a reaction force as opposed to action), with the
  • Equivalence Principle through analytical thinking (abilities as core competencies and response-to-abilities as actualities) and the
  • Equality Principle through synthetic thinking – subjective-objective and reasonable justification (of causes and effects). Equality means each individual or group of people is given the same resources or opportunities as provable solutions or root causes that lead to actual results as effects.
  • The equity Principle recognizes that each person has different circumstances and allocates the exact resources and opportunities needed to reach an equal outcome where always by default cause equates with effect. Reflects the basic principle of the golden mean striving for inner peace as the balance between two extremes by exercising free will (supply-demand equilibrium, love-in-love equilibrium)
  • The causality principle states that all real events as effects or actual results necessarily have a cause where both form the actual solutions to a problem, uncertainty or risk (cause = effect)

Inner peace or the equilibrium point of self-actualization self-imagination as a response-ability reflects the basic principle of the golden mean, (laid down by Aristotle) that focuses on moderation or striving for a balance throughout the desirable middle ground between two extremes one of excess and one of deficiency, by exercising the sacred right of free will.

A Critical way of thinking or critical thinking is the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing as a guide to a possible action towards the best solutions to a problem (by understanding the circumstances that a thinker is aware of) through the logical connection between a concept and an idea (that is the identification of the problem and nature of a problem itself).

Analytical way of thinking or analytical thinking is the intellectual ability to extract and process key information from data, verify the causes and develop workable solutions (provable solutions) for the problem identified, assessment of the effects (actual results).

A synthetic way of thinking or Synthetic thinking is the combination of the parts taken from analytical thinking into a complex whole, and implement solutions (actual solutions).

The difference between the analytical and synthetic ways of thinking is that analytical thinking is the abstract separation of a whole into its constituent parts to study their relations while synthetic thinking takes the last parts and combines them into a whole again through subjective-objective and reasonable justification.

The Equivalence Principle equates inertial mass as a qualitative measure (a condition) to Gravitational mass as a quantitative measure (a property, quality, or characteristic) that is to turn or equate an emotion to a feeling such as fear of love to love.

Inertial mass is the mass of a body as determined by the second law of motion from the acceleration of the body when it is subjected to a force that is not due to gravity.

Gravitational is the mass of a body determined by its response to the force of gravity and is measured by comparing the force of gravity of an unknown mass to the force of gravity of a known mass. Inertial mass is found by applying a known force to an unknown mass, measuring the acceleration, and applying Newton’s Second Law, a = F/m.

  • Weight is different from mass. Weight (W) is the force of gravity exerted on an object.
  • Mass is a measure of the inertia of the object (i.e. how much it resists changes in velocity).
  • Velocity is the speed at which something moves in one direction.
Love Velocity as an Action
Love Velocity as an Action

The higher the value of gravitational force the higher the weight and speed/velocity; they are directly proportional to each other. A change in velocity is a change in energy and a weight change.

The Equality Principle requires that equal situations are treated equally and unequal situations differently. Equality means each individual or group of people is given the same resources or opportunities. Failure to do so will amount to discrimination unless a subjective or an objective and reasonable justification exists.

Duality Principle: turns an Undefined problem to solve to Identifiable problem (Reality Creation)

Equivalence Principle: definition of the nature turns an Identifiable problem (Reality Perception) to an Identified one (Reality Expression) and choose provable solution to solve it

Equality Principle: Identified problem through provable solution turns to a Defined actual result through reasonable justification (Reality Manifestation)

Equity Principle: actual solution finally not only treats equally provable solution with actual result but also balances them gaining timing and momentum that give rise to tyhe actual solution of the problem at hand

Causality Principle: equates provable solution to Identified problem as a cause to the actual solution to a Defined problem as an effect (Cause = Effect)

Duality Principle (Spiritual – Emotional Love Equilibrium through critical thinking): [Inertial mass * Love (Acceleration as an Action Force)] = [Gravitational mass * Fear of Love (Intensity of the Gravitational Field as a Reaction Force)]

Equivalence Principle (Psychological – Physical Love Equilibrium through analytical thinking): [(Inertial mass * Love Ability Virtue Purpose)] and [(Gravitational mass * Fear of love Response-to-ability Moral Meaning)]

Equality Principle (Spiritual – Mental Love Equilibrium treated equally through synthetic thinking – subjective-objective and reasonable justification): [(Inertial mass * Love Ability Virtue Purpose) = Cause as a Principle (make something happen) = Space] and [(Gravitational mass * Fear of Love Response-to-ability Moral Meaning) = Effect as a Consequence or Result = Time]

Equity Principle (Psychological – Mental Love Equilibrium balanced equally) indicates that Love Velocity as Supply, Purpose or Timing (a point of a period when something happens as choice, judgement or control) is also balanced against Demand, Meaning or Momentum (the quantity of motion of a moving body, measured by its mass and velocity). Timing = Supply = Space = Cause and Momentum = Demand = Time = Effect.

Causality Principle (Physical – Psychological Love Equilibrium); The logical relationship between two events the Cause and the Effect through the Causal Relationship Cycle (Timing = Momentum or Supply = Demand or Space = Time or Cause = Effect).

  • Duality Principle: Equates two different or opposing forces or elements; Love = Fear of love; Inertial mass = Gravitational mass; Velocity = Weight; Action = Reaction.
  • Equivalence Principle: Turns and equates the two opposing forces of Action-Reaction through equating forces such as Ability – Response-to-Ability to equalizing forces such as Purpose as Virtues = Meaning as Morals.
  • Equality Principle: Treats equally the outputs of the previous stage (Purpose as Virtues = Meaning as Morals) of the Equivalence Principle (as equal forces or inputs and not equivalent) and turns – equalizes them as causes and effects through subjective-objective and reasonable justification. Finally, love velocity as a provable solution to an undefined problem, as an action towards inertial mass, a concept or a feeling turns into a purpose as a virtue and then to a cause (a defined root cause of the problem), and then to space; the fear of love as a reaction, an idea, a resistance to the applied force of the speed of love, a resistance to the actual solution as an indefinable problem, a gravitational mass, or emotion turns into meaning as a moral, and then to effect (a definite result as the actual impact of the root cause of the problem), and then to time.
  • Equity Principle: According to the Equality Principle Purpose as Virtues and Meaning as Morals are not only treated equally (as equal forces or inputs) but are also balanced gaining momentum or timing after an internal transformation process through the causal effect relationship (single events or a sequence of related circumstances that give rise to the actual solution to the initial problem at hand); According to the equity principle finally Love Velocity (as distance divided by the time taken) equates with Time. Love Velocity as Supply, Timing, or Purpose (a point of a period when something happens as a choice, judgment, or control) is balanced against Fear of Love as a Demand, Momentum, or Meaning (the quantity of motion of a moving body, measured by its mass and velocity). Timing (Purpose as Virtues or Supply or Cause or Space) is balanced against Momentum (Meaning as Morals or Effects or Demand or Time).
  • Causality Principle: States that all real events necessarily have a cause. Finally love as a cause and fear of love as an effect become the weight of a moving body drawn together to the appropriate circumstances forming the actual solution either as a single event (conceived by consciousness as life) or as an ongoing process, a sequence of circumstances or events (conceived by consciousness as a living experience or a coherent reality) where always by default cause equates with effect. At the end of the process, an initial risk, uncertainty, or problem through Love Velocity turns to Purpose, to Cause, to Space, and then to Timing, and Fear of love as resistance (weight) turns to Meaning, to Effect (an event as an actual solution to the initial problem or risk), to Momentum. Timing as an event or life= Momentum as a sequence of events or living experience (Cause = Effect).
  • Inertial mass (Qualitative measure) = Gravitational mass (Quantitative measure)
  • Inertia = property of matter (attribute, quality, or characteristic)
  • Gravity: The force that attracts a body towards the center of the earth or any other physical matter having mass.
  • Mass: The Measure of inertia or gravity is a fundamental property of all matter; it is in effect the resistance that a body of matter offers to a change in its speed or position upon the application of a force (the more significant the mass of a body the smaller the change produced by an applied force).
  • Velocity is the speed at which something moves in one direction and it’s defined as the distance traveled divided by the time taken; it is represented as m/s or cm/s.
  • Weight is dependent on gravitational force.

The Significance of In-Love in Reality Creation

In-love is another element or step on the ladder of love that is the connecting link that connects all the main parts or states of the mind as it combines different qualities such as:

  • A desire as a feeling (having substance as a strong drive, force, or cause) is another element or step on the ladder of love (conscious mind).
  • An emotion (experiencing existence as strong resistance to falling – in love as an effect) is the main element on the ladder of fear of love (unconscious mind).
  • A distinct state of mind; psychological tendency; intuitive psychological choice; in the cause of freedom (preconscious mind).
  • An actual result; in effect; is valid from that moment (subconscious mind).
  • A passion that is the essence of the beauty of love (nonconscious mind).
  • Sensing or seeing (experiencing) the essence of the beauty of love (spiritual love); love – in love equilibrium by giving and receiving love (blissful love sensed at the center of the heart).

The Levels of Love Equilibrium

The mystery behind the spiritual world is difficult to comprehend when we use worldly wisdom. However, we can see that spirit has a plan to save us from any situation that we may find ourselves in through serial love levels in steps, or stages towards spiritual-mental love of the higher self as a superior spiritual goal where true love (foresight) is perfectly aligned with self-love (insight):

  • Spiritual – Emotional Love Equilibrium level or Self-conceptualization – Self-reflection equilibrium point 1 (based on the Duality Principle)
  • Psychological – Physical Love Equilibrium level or Self-satisfaction – Self-fulfillment equilibrium point 2 (based on the Equivalence Principle)
  • Spiritual – Mental Love Equilibrium level or Self-actualization – Self-imagination equilibrium point 3 (based on the Equality Principle)
  • Spiritual – Psychological Love Equilibrium level (based on the Equity Principle)
  • Spiritual – Physical Love Equilibrium level (based on the Causality Principle)

Consciousness is a cognitive and behavioral system based on the three main principles mentioned above through the cognitive interaction of serial love levels in steps, or stages of conscious-unconscious, preconscious-subconscious, and conscious-nonconscious minds.

Human consciousness is the condition of the existence of a state or property as a precondition for the transition from one state or property to another through the action-reaction and interaction forces of cause and effect (causality or causation).

The Duality principle: A state of action-reaction of two opposing and equal forces; 50% Unknown as chances for divine intervention to solve a problem as divine or spiritual love (Bid to know spiritual love or help) – 50% Unknowns as chances of successful divine intervention experienced as a fear of love (ask for divine help or love or ask to successfully experience divine help or love) through the conscious-unconscious mind. It represents things that we are neither aware of nor understands.

A conscious mind involves all of the things that you are currently both aware or unaware of and thinking about; short-term memory that is limited in terms of capacity; done or acting with critical awareness. It represents the Unknown as possibilities = 50% chances of divine intervention to solve a problem (bid to know divine love or help).

The unconscious mind consists of the processes in the mind which occur automatically and are not available for introspection; not awake or aware of and responding to one’s environment; it affects feelings and emotions. It represents the Unknowns as probabilities = 50% chances of successful divine intervention to solve a problem (ask for divine love or help or ask to know a successful divine help or love).

The Equivalence principle: A state of equating two pairs of interacting and equal forces such as abilities to response -to-abilities and certainties to uncertainties (50% Unknown as abilities = 50% Knowns as response-to-abilities and 50% Known as certainties = 50% Uknowns as uncertainties) through the analytical way of thinking of the preconscious-subconscious mind. Things that we understand but are not aware of that turn into things that we were aware of but do not understand.

The Preconscious mind controls the information that is allowed to enter into conscious awareness; done or acting with analytical awareness. It represents the Unknown as abilities = 50% chances of occurrence of divine intervention, love, or help to solve a problem that turns to Known as certainties = 100% chances of occurrence of divine intervention, love, or help.

The subconscious mind responds to information that enters into conscious awareness through the preconscious mind by subjective problem and data analysis and reasonable justification; they are mental activities just below the threshold of consciousness; subconscious thoughts affect psychological responses and behavior.

The subconscious mind represents the Knowns as response-to-abilities or actualities = 100% chances of successful divine intervention, love or help instead of the Unknowns as uncertainties = no chances or unsuccessful intervention of divine love or help.

The Equality principle: Treats equally the information that enters through the preconscious mind with the subconscious thoughts (Known-Knowns as things we’re aware of and understand) through the interference of the conscious-nonconscious mind by subjective-objective problem data analysis and reasonable justification through the synthetic way of thinking.

The Equity Principle: Recognizes that each person has different circumstances and allocates the exact resources and opportunities needed to reach an equal outcome. Equality of opportunity to achieve one’s potential, an equal share of benefits, empowerment to enable access to information, fair representation, and meaningful participation in decision-making through the exercise of free will. Known as certainties turn to values = 100% chances of the purposeful occurrence of divine innervation, love, or help, and Knowns as actualities turn to morals = 100% chances of successful or meaningful divine intervention, love, or help. Supply as Values (Purpose) = Demand as Morals (Meaning) = 100%.

The Causality principle:  A genetic connection of phenomena through which one thing (the cause) under certain conditions gives rise to something else (the effect). The principle indicates the existence of a logical relationship between two events, the cause, and the effect where the cause always precedes the effect.

The Nonconscious mind reflects any mental processes that go on that an individual is unaware of; they are not thought about consciously. Nonconscious processes are not unconscious processes.

The difference between the unconscious and nonconscious mind is that the unconscious is a part of the mind that is not accessible to the conscious mind; it lies outside of conscious awareness but affects feelings and emotions. However, individuals are mostly unaware of the plethora of nonconscious thought processes that are going on at any moment.

The mechanism behind the constant adjustment of the alignment of the above levels or stages is Love – In Love Equilibrium point (as a balancing factor towards Blissful Love Equilibrium point) by giving and receiving love.

Definition of Spiritual – Emotional Love Equilibrium

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Spiritual-Emotional Love Equilibrium is a state of adjustment between opposing or divergent influences or elements such as strong feelings of love and intense emotions of fear that are either static (as in a mind acted on by forces whose resultant is zero – by being in a state from selfish to selfless or true love and from fearful to fearless or self-love ) or dynamic as action-reaction forces (as in a reversible chemical reaction when the rates of reaction in both directions are equal).

Spiritual-Emotional Love Equilibrium is a state of intellectual or emotional balance due to the equal action of opposing pair of forces such as spiritual or intellectual – emotional, and psychological – physical. The sum of life-preserving instincts that are manifested as impulses to gratify basic needs, sublimated impulses, and impulses to protect and preserve the body and mind — compare death instinct.

To grow spiritually, you must have equilibrium within. Spirit leads to your spiritual body and then to the emotional body through the soul.  Your soul finally leads to your psychological and then to the physical body. In this alignment, you operate in peace through spiritual and emotional love, psychological attraction, physical affection, and mental love as a pure child of bliss.

Similarly, when your soul overrides your spirit, spiritual-emotional equilibrium is disturbed within.  The soul becomes defensive, carnal, and controlling, and our pursuit of bliss is hindered.

The spirit is mind-driven and the soul is emotion-driven and even psychology and flesh-driven. When our soul is mainly carnally led, our spirit, misses its meaning and purpose in life, because our spirit is always pointed toward and exists exclusively for the divine love or love of mankind, whereas our soul can be mostly self-centered. The joy, comfort, and peace of bliss’s presence can only be experienced through our spirit. However, unredeemed, the soul can become a prison that holds back our maturity and spiritual growth.

The good news is, that we can each bring our souls to a place of rest. Spiritual-Emotional Equilibrium of spirit and soul comes when your soul is at rest and your spirit, which communicates with the soul, leads you forward towards the equilibrium point where Love-In-Love curves intersect.

Definition of Love – In-Love Equilibrium

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The whole world is confused for a surprisingly modest-sounding reason: we don’t understand love, yet we are rather convinced that we do.

We write and talk a lot about love of course, but generally, we do not understand the deeper meanings of its existence in our life.

The whole universe is made up of energy and at that level, everything is vibrating or oscillating at a specific frequency the Resonant Frequency. What does the universe vibrate at? Listening to a sound at 432 Hz is especially pleasing to the ear, and is said to reduce stress and promote emotional stability by putting you in sync with the “heartbeat of the Earth.

The whole Creation constitutes the center of devoted love, where men and women are created physically, spiritually, psychologically, and emotionally to live together in blissful love.

The love between a husband and a wife must be, among other things, a love affair. However, a marriage based solely on erotic love will fail. The emotion of sexual love diminishes and diminishes. Healthy marriages will have a mix of Agape, Storge, Eros, Philia (Touch), Platonic love (Pure Love), and Anidiotelis Agape (True or Selfless love).

A Gradual Shift From Desire and Empathy to Compassion and Care

The Law of Reverse Effect is to state: “The greater the conscious effort, the less the subconscious response” that is the harder one consciously tries to do something, the more difficult it is to succeed; or “Whenever the will (conscious mind) and imagination (unconscious mind) conflict, the imagination (unconscious mind) always wins.

The law of reverse effect creates resistance to get us moving. So how could we overcome these things? First, it might be your desire. Desire is strong energy and can cut through resistance like a sharp knife.

What is the true meaning of desire? Desire means to have a longing for. Some common synonyms of desire are coveted, crave, want, and wish. It stresses the strength of feeling and often implies a strong intention or aim. An expressed wish; Something desired; A desire to start a new life.

Empathy is our feeling of awareness toward other people’s emotions and an attempt to understand how they feel.

Studies suggest that empathy while well-intentioned isn’t neutral. It’s even suggested that it can sometimes hurt more than help our relationships and our ability to lead effectively.

Empathy can make us unconsciously more sympathetic towards individuals we relate to more. This makes us less likely to connect with people whose experiences don’t mirror ours.

The answer to the inadequacy of desire and empathy is motivation. Motivation is everything in life!

As we see it, at the dawn of a new era, there are two main emerging spiritual-emotional forces or factors behind any individual’s endeavor in society as a whole to create and sustain motivation: Compassion and Care.

Compassion is an emotional response to empathy or sympathy and creates a desire to help.

“Be kind for everyone you meet is fighting a harder battle.”

Plato
  1. Compassion (a motivating factor or positive affective stimulus based on psychological love) is an innate core ability for achieving someone’s goals by loving, helping, or supporting others that encourages someone to act towards the accomplishment of an aim or purpose and
  2. Fear of abandonment or rejection (a negative affective stimulus based on the impact of the fear of love) is a response to the above ability by the fear of acting in an uncompassionate way by making sacrifices in return for the benefit offered that triggers emotional reactions of discouraging an individual from acting”.

What Are The Types or Stages of Love?

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6 Types or Stages of LoveLadder of Love

The word “love” is a flexible term in the English language. It has several different meanings. Six unique words in ancient Greek describe the range of meaning the English word love conveys.

The following ladder of love consists of Six Types or Stages of Spiritual-Emotional-Psychological-Physical and Spiritual-Mental Love that are defined as:

I. Agape: love of mankind, divine, spiritual love.
II. Storge: love of parents for children.
III. Eros: erotic, passionate love.
IV. Philia: love of friends and equals.
V. Platonic Eros or Agape: in touch, mental love; establish a rapport or relationship.
VI. Anidiotelis Agape: True or Selfless Love: perfect romantic love between people with an aligned belief system and common interests based on the equilibrium of strong spiritual desires and deep emotional needs.
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In Plato’s dialogue, The Symposium, the playwright Aristophanes suggests that the origin of love lies in the desire to complete ourselves by finding a long-lost “other half”.

Surprisingly he was right. Love in the ladder moves upward. In addition, even though all stages there exist to some degree, Eros is the nowadays dominant type or stage behind any human endeavor (it is important to state here that the ladder of love and fear in this article is differentiated from the original and reflects the personal views of the writer).

Being in love (Eros) with someone is psychologically charged in a way that relates to the human mind and feelings. Specifically, when you’re in love with someone, you feel a strong, almost inexplicable desire for that person. To love someone is to have a strong feeling of closeness and care for someone.

Eros is about asking for love (demanding love) and involves a loss of control with intense anticipation and nervousness while loving someone is about offering love (supplying love) where you feel happy, secure, and at ease with your partner.

Over or excess demands for love create fear, worry, and anxiety with reverse effects on humanity’s mental and physical health in general. As a result, balance is lost and society struggles to find purpose and meaning in life.

However, a new strong potential emerges gradually over time. A potential shift from stage three to stage two. From Eros to Storge which takes a new meaning as part of another way or an upgraded path to the essence of love; blissful love.

But it does not happen easily and with no cost. The higher the steps, the more intellectual it is. To be able to climb the ladder, one must understand the previous steps thoroughly. It is designed to happen through stages, struggles, and lessons. Rewards are bigger though.

Agape as spiritual love lays at the top of the ladder as the beacon of the spiritual road to blissful love as the ultimate prize; the ultimate step for someone to conquer the knowledge of both the spiritual and emotional aspects of love; real and true love in unity; the uniqueness of love. The fulfillment of the desire to complete ourselves by finally finding the long-lost “other half”.

Anidiotelis Agape, Unconditional Love, Undistracted Love, and Filaftia (Self-love) ley at the roots of the ladder of love. Every other form or stage of love is built upon these core foundational archetypes of love.

History and Origin

Agape: (Divine or Spiritual love)

  • Agape (borrowed from Greek agape – agan=much and pa=protection) is defined as self-sacrificing human or personal love often conditional, or limited in nature. It is the love that focuses on the will, not the emotions, experiences, or libido based on aspects and conditions of possessive, demand, or expectation.
  • Devine or infinite spiritual love.

Storge: (Emotional love) Storge refers to natural, family love. Storge refers to the kind of love a parent shows for a child.

Eros: (Psychological love) Eros is the word often used to express the sexual love or arousal feelings shared by people who are physically attracted to each other.

Definition of Eros: In Greek mythologyEros. Ancient Greek: Ἔρως, ‘Desire’ is the Greek god of love, sexual desire, and physical love. The Romans called him Cupid, and he was thought to be the son of Aphrodite and Ares. He was one of the Erotes, a group of winged love gods.

Philia: (Physical love) Philia refers to brotherly love and is most often exhibited in a close friendship.

Platonic Eros or Mental Love: (Pure love) In Touch: Establish communication with someone. Involves deep affection, but no romantic or sexual attraction.

Anidiotelis Agape or True Love: (Selfless love)  True love means that you have an unwavering, unbreakable, and unparalleled fondness and devotion for another.

True love is also defined by an immeasurably deep spiritual-emotional unity of spirit and soul into the wholeness of the higher self through self-love in a happy, passionate, and fulfilling relationship.

I. Agape – Spiritual Love

Definition of Love, Selfish, Selfless, or True Love

Agape constitutes the ultimate spiritual goal and the end of human existence as a biological entity by finally finding the long-lost “other half” and turning into wholeness!

According to Aristophanes in Plato’s dialogue, The Symposium, at the beginning of time, all people were hermaphrodites with double backs and sides, four arms and four legs, and two faces turned in opposite directions on the same head. Zeus had to cut them in two, male and female – and from that day on, each of us longed to be reunited in the place from which he was cut off.

What does selfish in love mean? Selfish Love is focused on getting what one can gain from their partner and the relationship. Selfless or True Love is about sacrificing everything for another and accepting the other without judgment. True love is gifted with foresight and knows that love evokes love.

Contrary to what we like to say and believe, the feeling of love doesn’t occur in our hearts, at least scientifically. Instead, it happens in our brain when we release hormones (oxytocin, dopamine, adrenaline, testosterone, estrogen, and vasopressin) that create a mix of feelings: euphoria, pleasure, or bonding. However true, fearless, or selfless love fills and occupies the heart.

We want others to live up to our expectations right now. Excessive wants can limit our happiness. But true love means giving people time to mature and grow, to go wrong, to wander in another direction, and to give them every opportunity to grow, at their own pace.

A genuinely healthy relationship based on pure emotions and feelings is a relationship that is not dominated by the ego by creating an image and searching for itself. In a genuine relationship, there is an outward flow of open, alert attention to the person to whom there is absolutely no compulsion.

II. Storge – Emotional Love

Definition of Fear, Fearful and Fearless or Self-Love

Self-love means taking care of your own needs and not sacrificing your well-being to please others; the capacity to gain an accurate and deep understanding of yourself (insight).

Fear is an unpleasant often strong emotion caused by anticipation or awareness of danger. A state marked by this emotion. Anxious concern: solicitude. A reason for alarmdanger.

Whenever we enter into a love relationship with someone love is based upon our emotions of fears. Love is also defined by fear. It’s the underlying groundwork of any relationship even if it seems shocking and difficult to admit.

Another part of the fear of love is the risk of not responding to that feeling. People fall in love together, gradually, after spending time together. But it does not always work that way. One falls in love with the other, but the other does not reciprocate the feelings. Thus, a person can resist the development of these feelings. Unreciprocated love is tragic and the possibility of a one-way love affair can cause fear and prevent a person from letting those feelings grow at all.

Of course, the scariest thing about love can be its loss. Although this is the most obvious, and perhaps the most common, fear of love, it is also the most self-destructive, because the person ends up avoiding love for fear of losing it.

Remember that fear, when used properly, is a valuable emotion that can alleviate our urges to rush into a new situation if we want it to work for us and not against us. Drawing on Aristotle and the Stoic philosophers, we must recognize that excessive fear will prevent you from trying anything new while very little fear will make you fall in love very easily, a lot, and quickly, resulting in probably more pain in the long run. Ideally, fear should be used in conjunction with logic to decide if that danger is worth it.

Even prudence can go a long way because we do not want to be fooled, but neither should we be careful to the extent that we avoid life. And if, as many believe, love is an essential or an integral part of the meaning of life, and something that makes life and not mere existence, then the wisest thing to do is to overcome your fears, reject your reservations, pay attention only to love.

We should be almost done with romantic love now. We need to look at the challenge of this kind of love. However, it is not surprising that we are still just at the beginning, just starting on the road to being human.

What’s Philophobia?

Philophobia is a fear of falling in love. It can also be a fear of entering into a relationship or a fear that you will not be able to maintain a relationship. Many people experience a slight fear of falling in love at some point in their lives. But in extreme cases, philophobia can make people feel isolated and unloved.

Philophobia is not a condition that can be diagnosed by a doctor because it is not included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). However, it can affect someone’s mental health negatively.

Potential Causes of Philophobia

The fear of falling in love has many potential causes, including:

Fear of losing identity

Fear of losing identity due to past experiences. Traumatic relationships of the past can contribute to the development of the fear of falling in love. Infidelity, betrayal, or frustration can make you stay away from romantic relationships. Other types of relationships can also cause fear, such as parental relationships and close friendships.

Fear of losing purpose and meaning

Fear of losing purpose and meaning due to cultural experiences. In some cultures, there is more pressure to marry at a young age under certain conditions. If one does not want to have this traditional experience, it can lead to philophobia.

Fear of abandonment or rejection

Fear of abandonment or rejection. Putting yourself out there can be scary. Studies show that rejection can have similar effects on the body as physical pain. Most people can overcome rejection, but if you have experienced enough painful rejections, the fear of another may stay with you.

III. Eros – Psychological or Unconditional Love

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Eros – Love Significance

Unconditional love is to love others and ourselves much more authentically and generously; is an active choice to continue loving with no expectations or rewards. It serves a higher purpose (purposeful). Loving someone unconditionally may produce positive feelings. However, humanity has long been fascinated by the conflict between our noblest ideals and the most urgent and exciting demands of our sexual nature.

Sexual excitement is psychological. It’s not so much what our bodies happen to be doing that turns us on. It’s what’s happening in our brains. Acceptance is at the center of collective experiences and feels physical – the blood pumps faster, the metabolism shifts gear, the skin gets hot – but behind all this lies a sense of an end to our isolation.

We can only start to understand the role of sexuality in love if we can accept that it is not necessarily a uniquely pleasant experience in and of itself. Nevertheless, sex with our lover can be one of the nicest things we ever do.  

The reason is that sex delivers a major psychological thrill. The pleasure we experience has its origin in an idea: that of being allowed to do a very private thing to and with another person. The mutual permission involved in sex is dramatic and large. We’re implicitly saying to another person that we have granted them an extraordinary privilege.

Authenticity

The person who loves us sexually does something properly redemptive. They stop making a distinction between the different sides of who we are. They can see that we are the same person all the time. That our gentleness or dignity in some situations isn’t fake. Through sexual love, we have the chance to solve one of the deepest, problems of human nature which is how to be accepted for who we are.

In general, at least western culture requires us to present rigorously crafted versions of ourselves to others. It asks us to be cleaner, purer, and more polite versions of what we might otherwise be. Demand has quite high internal costs. Important aspects of our character are pushed into the shadows.

Compassion

At times it may feel frustrating, but it’s pretty empowering to accept the fact that the only person we have any true control over in a relationship is ourselves. Therefore, we can choose whether to engage in behaviors that are destructive to intimacy or authenticity to take actions that express feelings of love, compassion, affection, respect, and kindness.

To forgive is to know that we are, in our way, as guilty as the others. But that is no reason forever to withhold love. We learn to forgive when we’re brave enough to explore the darker sides of our hearts.

Self-esteem

Some people believe that they do not deserve to be desired by someone else. And even though they are attracted to someone and the feeling is mutual, they can not let themselves express themselves. The reasons why people have such sad thoughts can be many. It is not uncommon to have a false self-image or low self-esteem. Sometimes they also had negative experiences with an ex-partner who held them down and made them feel unloved or rejected.

Empathy

Love means, above anything else, benevolence and gentleness. Love it’s about directing sympathy in a most unexpected direction. To love is to devote an active charity towards the mistakes and aberrations. One day, we will all require the charity of others. In one way or another, we will need people to look past our evident failings.

IV. Philia – Physical or Undistracted Love (not carnal)

Undistracted love means learning to capture the deeper spiritual meaning as a responsible answer (meaningful) by receiving unconditional love as your higher purpose in life. Receiving unconditional love can also make a difference in emotional well-being.

Honesty

We love people who promise that they will in some way help to make us whole. At the center of our feelings, there is gratitude at having found someone who seems to complement our qualities and dispositions. It is really important to make us feel appreciated and accepted as we are and not to pretend to be what others want us to be.

To love means being loyal to people with steadfastness and an unbudgeable resilient faith. Friendliness is a quality of openness and warmth that makes you feel welcome and at ease. 

Care

One way to get a sense of why love should matter so much is to look at the challenges of loneliness. The pains of loneliness are an unembarrassing and universal possibility. We shouldn’t feel lonely. Unwittingly, loneliness gives us the most eloquent insights into why love should matter so much.

In addition, when we are alone, people may well strive to show us care or kindness. There may be invitations and touching gestures, but it will be hard to escape from a background sense of the conditionality of the interest and care on offer.

Respect

One of the more surprising and at one level perplexing aspects of love is that we don’t merely wish to admire and respect other people. We are also powerfully drawn to want to attract them (friendly and not sexually). The birth of physical love is normally signaled by what is in reality a hugely weird act; two different people feel mutually attracted just to be friends and nothing more. Communication, mutual respect, and understanding become essential to creating and maintaining this kind of platonic relationship.

Fairness

Often, even in a platonic type relationship, we love at least in part in the hope of being helped and redeemed by others becoming through their help better versions of ourselves. Love contains just below the surface a hope for personal redemption: a solution to certain blocks and confusions. We shouldn’t expect to get there all by ourselves. Love promises to educate us in a very different way. Through other people, our development can start in a far more welcoming and energizing way with deep excitement and desire.

V. In Touch – Platonic or Pure Love (no Romantic or Sexual Attraction)

Platonic love is a type of love that is not sexual or romantic. The idea of platonic love has its roots in ancient Greek philosophy. The word “platonic” comes from the famous philosopher, writer, and speaker Plato, who outlined specific categories of love in his famous work “Symposium.” Though the philosopher never used the term himself.

Platonic love happens when two people have a special bond where they deeply care for and respect each other, and share similar interests and values, but they don’t pursue things romantically. 

There will be a deep, often unconditional, pure love. Platonic love is what we feel when there is trust, safety, and validation in a close relationship. It’s the sense of feeling good and cared for in a relationship.

Plato believed that love is the motivation that leads one to try to know and contemplate beauty in itself through a gradual process that begins with an appreciation of the appearance of physical beauty and then moves on to an appreciation of spiritual beauty.

Platonic Love; Spiritual – Mental Love Equilibrium

For Plato, love is not in itself an end, but only a means to achieve the supreme concept of beauty. The first step is physical; the senses unleash eros (the love that enters through the senses and compels one to approach someone). In this stage, love is still physical.

Plato does not reject the physical dimension of love, to reach the supreme concept of beauty which is actually to reach a state of perfect happiness, oblivious of everything else just because it apprehends the form of beauty, in a kind of vision that raises happiness.

The deeper meaning of platonic love: “is the spiritual love that enters through the eyes and compels one to approach someone (or something) as a ladder in which love climbs up a series of steps to reach the peak of a supreme idea (spiritual-mental equilibrium) that is a passionate, pure, and disinterested knowledge of the essence of the beauty of love”.

Characteristics of platonic relationships include:

  • Respect
  • Love
  • Admiration 
  • Loyalty
  • Honesty
  • Bonding over shared interests and beliefs

VI. Anidiotelis Agape – True or Selfless love

Anidiotelis Agape (true or selfless love) is at the root of the ladder and constitutes the essence of love.  Love for love itself; An individual sees the beauty in its form and loves the beauty of love as it is. Every particular beautiful thing is beautiful because of its connection to this form.

Agape as the supreme concept of beauty

Agape (spiritual love) is at the top of the love ladder mentioned above as the supreme concept of beauty that also describes the concept of the essence of the state of Bliss Equilibrium in the best possible way.

This is a delicate state of spirit and soul unifying through the heart, throughout the various stages of love, towards the ultimate goal of Bliss Equilibrium; a constant search for the knowledge on how to learn to gradually appreciate the essence and the glory of the nature of higher-self through self-love (philaftia – Greek word that means: to make friends with yourselfraising self-esteem) and its ultimate unity with spirit and the whole creation through true love (into wholeness).

Blissful love equilibrium

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Blissful love equilibrium is where the spirit through the heart identifies and appreciates its spiritual-emotional-psychological and physical unity with the soul into wholeness through Self-awareness (the ultimate common space of Self-reflection, Self-inspection, Self-introspection, and Self-recognition).

  • Self-awareness: is the experience of one’s personality or individuality; is how an individual consciously knows and understands their character, behavior, feelings, motives, desires, and needs.
  • Self-reflection: refers to giving thought to one’s character and behavior; a reflective looking inward: an examination of one’s thoughts and feelings.
  • Self-inspection: is the process that relies on the observation of one’s mental state; is the experience of one’s personality or character and motives.
  • Self-introspection: the ability to witness and evaluate our own cognitive, emotional, and behavioral processes.
  • Self-recognition: knowledge and understanding of one’s nature or character; insight into one’s personality.

Mind – Soul – Spirit – Body connection through the heart; the heart is the intersection point of spiritual-emotional, psychological-physical, and spiritual-mental axes.

The steps toward blissful love equilibrium

  • Spiritual love is offering love to self and others that derive from the spirit and emotional love is accepting love from self and others that comes from the soul; they both meet at the spiritual-emotional love equilibrium point (1).
  • Unconditional and Undistracted love both come from the mind and body; They reflect life’s purpose and meaning aiming at the well-being and mental health through the right mentality and the appropriate behavior of an individual: they both meet at the psychological-physical love equilibrium point (2).
  • Blissful love equilibrium comes through the meeting of the equilibrium points (1) and (2) at the spiritual-mental love equilibrium point (3).

The adjustment of their alignment is manifested through the love-in-love equilibrium point by giving and receiving love and is felt right there in the center of the heart where the three love equilibrium points coincide into wholeness as great happiness, joy, contentment, fulfillment, and bliss.

A great shift in consciousnessHappiness vs. Fulfillment

Aristotle said, “Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim, and end of human existence.”

What is the real meaning of happiness? Happiness is an emotional state characterized by feelings of joy, and satisfaction. While happiness has many different definitions, it is often described as involving positive emotions and life satisfaction. Real happiness comes from within; inner peace greatly comes from having love and compassion in life.

To distinguish between these two meanings, we use “utility” as usefulness in love to refer to the greatest good for an individual (from his/her point of view) that receives from consuming a good and “happiness” to refer to the opposite positive feeling of enjoying a good or meaning.

“Benefit” as helpfulness in love besides the physical health benefits, being in love works wonders for mental health as well. Love, marriage, and overall well-being reduce stress, which also strengthens the immune system. It provides purpose, contentment, and fulfillment in life.

However, the spiritual love-in-love equilibrium point toward blissful love equilibrium by giving and receiving love constitutes a great shift in human consciousness into a new paradigm:

From usefulness to helpfulness and then to powerfulness. From purpose and meaning of life to possession of controlling influence among all the loving souls of the society as a whole. A shift from self-esteem to compassion as core abilities and from respect to care as a response to those abilities. An upliftment from love equilibrium to blissful love equilibrium.

How is Spiritual-Emotional Love Equilibrium Sustained?

Maintaining spiritual-emotional love equilibrium

Maintaining spiritual-emotional love equilibrium comes with a deep understanding of the gain and loss that exists from a spiritual point of view. The rules that apply to spiritual gain and loss are hardly the same as those viewed from a carnal perspective. Sustaining spiritual-emotional love equilibrium requires us to understand how the principles of this nature apply in our everyday lives.

Spiritual-emotional love equilibrium allows us to understand spiritual wisdom and love toward us. If reasoned carnally it doesn’t make any logical sense. It is also a means by which we know there is a reward reserved for us despite the long-suffering we may face in life. The following instances described below help us understand in more depth how spiritual-emotional love equilibrium is sustained:

Maintaining spiritual cleanliness


Spiritual cleanliness looks at what is in our hearts and spirits. If we possess a clean heart and a spirit then we are rewarded. Equilibrium is maintained in spiritual cleanliness by the mere fact that we cannot die from the physical. Equilibrium is also maintained here by the fact that our true death is not by the loss of life but by the loss of our soul. Death is not the fear of spiritual cleanliness but a chance for a change in a higher realm of existence.

Seeking righteousness

This means acting in accord with the personal belief systems, values, or morals free from guilt. Seeking “Righteousness” implies trying to reach a state of moral integrity and honesty; it is not self-righteousness, judging oneself by one’s standards.

Looking beneath the surface

To love with imagination is to look beneath the surface and to picture the suffering and pain that got you to this place. To love with imagination is to put yourself in the place of others and understand why they are behaving as they do. Imaginative love knows that we are all, somewhere, desperate therefore it seeks out the source of that desperation and treats it with sorrowful gentleness.

Operating with a degree of politeness

We must operate with a degree of politeness too. A radical change of our true selves is the price we must pay for conviviality. We have to accept too that much of who we are won’t readily be understood. Some of our deepest concerns will be met with blank incomprehension, boredom, or fear. Most people won’t care at all and our deeper thoughts will get no interest.

Spotting personal inadequacies

We do not all fall in love with the same people because we are not all missing the same things. The aspects we find desirable in our partners speak of what we admire but do not have secure possession of in ourselves. We may be powerfully drawn to the competent person because we know how our own lives are held up by a lack of confidence and because it suggests the balancing quality to our own excessively compliant view of the world. Our inadequacies explain the direction of our tastes and choices.

Working within yourself

The good news is that yes, you can beat fear. But you have to be willing to work with yourself and remove the blocks in your mind. Most fears are related to negative experiences from your past. If you have frustrations If you have experienced injuries or shocking experiences in previous relationships, you need to deal with them in the first step to experience new love in the second step. To do this, it may sometimes be helpful to have a life coach or psychologist involved.

Learning to love yourself

Realize that you are unique and wonderful – just as you are here, right now. You are perfect this second and no matter what you do, think, or feel, you will always be precious and lovable. In addition, you should avoid dealing with people who tell you otherwise. Anyone who says that you are not worthy of receiving love should no longer be in the close circle of your friends or acquaintances. Because you deserve it!

Living from your heart

Do you live each day as you wish from your heart? Or do invisible forces seem to be preventing you from achieving your goals? And do you often encounter difficulties with your fellow human beings who always show the same patterns?

Learning to love unconditionally

There’s a reason people have been studying human emotion for centuries. However, it can seem like a pretty complicated topic. But if we boil it down to the basics—to love and fear of love—then we realize what living in a state of love can do for our lives, and we can start to unravel the mysteries of human thought and emotion, to create a better life for ourselves.

But, how can we develop the optimism and positivity that love requires?

  • Start with the end in mind. What does a loving version of you look like? Try to ask yourself: What would you do if you were not afraid? Revealing the answer to this question can help you discover strong motivation.
  • Be aware of your fear. What scary thoughts are you having right now? How often do you have them? Are they triggered by something specific? Understanding your fears will only help you as you work to dispel them.
  • Plan your thoughts. Your thoughts have power. Fear of love comes from your thoughts. If you can help yourself think of thoughts that bring you to a state of love, you will find yourself in that place.
  • Use positive affirmations. Positive affirmations are an excellent tool for anyone trying to think more positively about themselves or the world around them. If you want to know more about writing effective positive affirmations for yourself, read this.

In Conclusion

Humanity doesn’t completely understand what love is all about and especially spiritual love because it hasn’t been fully experienced yet; Spiritual love is a divine inheritance, a spiritual gift as a benefit, a goodthe greatest good, through the ladder of love. Loving someone or something (as opposing to the ladder of love that is the ladder of the fear of love is its utility – enjoying the greatest good) is given to humanity for a very special reason; to develop discernment and stamina; to allow humans to get to know reality in all its aspects, such as love, fear, life, living experience, success, happiness, satisfaction, and contentment, by exercising the sacred right of free will.

Free will is an ability to act at one’s discretion; the more strongly people believe in free will the higher they rate their ability to make decisions; the more satisfied they become with their decisions. In this case, free will works more like a leap of faith for someone to feel a complete sense of freedom by constantly striving for inner balance.

Life as reality is a state of consciousness (intellectual and behavioral characteristics, problem analysis, data analysis, and Judgment) having substance and experiencing existence.

After the collective upliftment of human consciousness, free will becomes more of a choice itself; the power of acting without the constraint of necessity or fate; the right timing to get to know spiritual love and enjoy its greatest good; by becoming spiritually awake; taking charge of destiny; finding the long-lost “other half”, and finally becoming complete at the final step on the top of the ladder of love as the ultimate destination and end cause.

Consciousness is a cognitive or behavioral system that is mainly based on the:

  • duality principle through critical thinking (action-reaction),
  • equivalence principle (ability-responsibility as equalizing factors) through analytical thinking (objective thinking filtering and assessing relevant information and interpreting them as virtues and morals),
  • equality principle through synthetic thinking (subjective-objective and reasonable justification of causes and effects).
  • The equity principle reflects the basic principle of the golden mean striving for inner peace as the balance between two extremes by exercising free will
  • The causality principle states that all real events as effects or actual results necessarily have a cause (Cause = Effect)

Duality means the quality or state of having two different forces or elements love and loving someone or something (through the ladder of fear of love) to create a spiritual-emotional closeness. That is to motivate people to work to stay consciously in a place of love rather than in a place of fear.

However, fear itself is not a sign of negativity or weakness but a sign of how much someone cares. Scientists find evidence that human beings are born with an innate desire to help others.

Duality is woven into the very fabric of life for a reason: to teach people that every aspect of life is created through a balance interaction of opposing and competing forces or elements of love and fear (of love) and how to elevate the ladder of love in conjunction with the ladder of fear of love through free will and choice.

The duality principle is a state of the interaction of two opposing or competing divided concepts or groups such as feeling and emotion, spirit and soul, spirituality and carnality, self and others through the critical way of thinking.

According to the duality principle love (bid to know or sense divine Kalos) is an active force a positive affective stimulus that triggers joy and pleasure as a cause for change. Fear of love (ask for experiencing spiritual love to the maximum degree) is a reactive force a negative affective stimulus that triggers emotions of fear and displeasure to resist or sustain change.

The Equivalence Principle equates an emotion to a feeling through the analytical way of thinking by equating a subjective qualitative measure of love (as a condition) to ability, virtue, or purpose and an objective quantitive measure of fear of love (as a property or characteristic) to a response-to-ability, moral or meaning by subjective problem and data analysis, and reasonable justification.

The Equality Principle treats equally love as a virtue, and through purpose (as intention or an actualization force), turns it into a cause (a provable solution deriving from the ability as an equalizing factor) with fear of love as a moral, which through meaning (as something meant by action or intended), turns it into an effect (an actual result deriving from a response-to-ability as an equalizing factor) by subjectiveobjective problem and data analysis, and reasonable justification. In this way, a new common equilibrium point is attained.

According to the Equality Principle feelings and emotions are balanced gaining both timing and momentum after an internal transformation process through the causal effect relationship where they finally form the actual solution as a single event (timing as cause or space, perceived as life – to be) and as an ongoing process (momentum as an effect or time, perceived as a living experience – to exist), contributing to the upliftment of both personal and collective level of consciousness.

The innate desire to complete ourselves by helping others until finding the long-lost “other half” (as Plato suggests) as a mechanism on the road to blissful love that reflects the supreme concept of beauty as the ultimate prize, that is the ladder of love (in conjunction with the ladder of fear of love) through constant empowerment and upliftment of human consciousness.

Inner peace means finding your peace of mind by attaining happiness, contentment, and bliss no matter how difficult things get in your life; it reflects the equilibrium point of self-visualization – self conceptualization (action-reaction), self-inspection – self-introspection (ability-responsibility) and self-actualization self-imagination (cause-effect) by following the basic principle of the golden mean.

This is only possible through the spirit-soul-mind-body connection through the intersection equilibrium point of the spiritual-emotional-mental-physical axes at the center of the heart. The constant adjustment of their alignment is the love-in-love equilibrium point through the love-in-love curves (as balancing factors) by giving and receiving love (help).


Ps. In order to better comprehend the important concepts of this significant topic here is an example:
Just imagine a sailing boat where love is the wind that blows. Loving someone or something through the fear of love is its sails. The equilibrium point is the imaginary alignment of the angle of the craft, the sails, and the rudder as the touching point with the surface of the water so as to push the sailing boat forward.
Resilience is the character, the quality, and the endurance of the craft against unexpected weather conditions and the fury of the waves of the sea.
Behavior is the compass that always points toward the blissful equilibrium of love as the port of the ultimate destination.
The skills of the captain in order to keep the craft on the right track are also equally important to the choice of the appropriate path, the experience of the adventure of the trip, and the final destination.
It is easier though for the captain to try paths with calm waters and not to go against the wind.
However, without wind and sails, the craft doesn't move at all. This is the central idea and the significant point that we have to keep in mind:
No love means no wind and no change; no fear means no sailing no 
choice and no movement; that further means no port and no tranquility; no purpose and no meaning of life; a missed opportunity to find the port of the blissful equilibrium of love in this lifetime;
But there is no reason to worry. A missed opportunity is not a lost cause but a chance for spiritual upliftment on the ladder of love until the next momentum for movement arrives.
According to Plato the ultimate destination of humanity is the knowledge of the essence of beauty and not the love itself. That is to apprehend the form of beauty in a kind of vision.
Visualization is a picture of the mind. Conceptualization is the formation of an idea. Imagination is a mental faculty and is beyond conceivable. In this sense, the essence of the beauty of love is to acknowledge that conceptualization, visualization, and imagination all come together in order to become a whole; What we do not conceive with our senses is also another form of reality as long as we can imagine it as an idea in a form that we choose from. 
This is an elevated state of consciousness where we become able to overcome our doubts, worries, and fears and consciously sense the true, the real, and the authentic all at once; that is to finally apprehend the essence of the beauty of love in its all forms at once that's actually the beauty of the knowledge of the essence of love in all its forms. The beauty of the knowledge and acceptance of the essence of self and others with no distinction and judgment; by expressing freely our uniqueness, and the authenticity of ourselves, and by accepting with gratitude coincidences (the coincidental occurrence of events) in our life as synchronicities (the occurrence of meaningful coincidences that seem to have no cause) by understanding that everything happens for a reason; as omens of always being on the right path by being in sync with the “heartbeat of the Earth” that is actually the whisper of spiritual love calling us to the top of the ladder of love; this is exactly where our earthly reality vibrates at; at that level, we just have to learn how to be spiritually selfish that is to focus on ourselves during our spiritual awakening so that we can raise our vibration and finally become a conscious co-creator of our own earthly reality!


How Personality Makes Personal Reality?

In this article, we will review in detail how a potential rift in the chain of causal relationships that form personal reality because of a shift in blissful awareness can also cause a shift to the human living experience and the way an individual thinks, feels, acts, reacts, behaves, or interacts with his internal-external environment by aligning his belief system that contributes to the gradual development of personality in order to create and at the same time adapt to a new personal reality.

An in-depth review about topics such as:

The Causal Relationship Cycle
What is Happiness?
What is Satisfaction? 
What is Bliss?
What is Bliss Equilibrium?
What is Blissful Awareness?
Happiness vs Satisfaction 
Bliss vs Happiness
Bliss vs Satisfaction 
Full Definition of Personality
Main Components of Personality
The Cell Division Cycle
The Causal Relationship vs The Cell Division Cycle
Conclusion
Table of Contents

The Causal Relationship Cycle

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The causal relationship cycle refers to the distinct relationship, causality, or causation as an actual solution between the actual root cause of a struggle, problem, or risk that under certain conditions or circumstances gives rise to the actuality that is the actual effect or result of the solution to the problem or risk at hand.

In a previous article, we reviewed in detail the creation and existence of causal relationships between variables such as facts from the past as strong character traits or abilities that affect future behaviors as events, effects, or response-abilities as morals or conditions of measurement of the sizes of these relationships.

The chain of causal relationships forms energetic ties between character traits and the subsequent behaviors as energetic links that once formed can never break and extend from one energetic link to another. Space as a cause, time as an effect, and timing as their causal-effect relationship.

This is an ongoing process forming the present as the causal relationship cycle or causal-effect continuum gaining momentum and experienced as an actual reality. In fact, momentum reflects the force that a moving human body has because of its weight and motion drawn together to the appropriate circumstances by adjusting the facts as weight (density) to the ways as motion (frequency) of something happening by altering in this way the actual solution that is the specific details of an event.

What is Happiness? 

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Happiness is defined as a mental state as well as a psychological factor. Happiness is when one’s wishes, expectations, or desires are attained or achieved. It is about how you express your inner environment that contributes to the development of personality, the maintenance of health and well-being, and the etiology of mental characteristics and character disorders. It can be defined as an instant experience that is enjoyable, feels extremely nice. The only bad thing is that it goes away as time goes on.

The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle made a distinction between two different kinds of happiness: hedonie (ηδονή) and eudaimonia (ευδαιμονία). Hedonie: Hedonic happiness is derived from pleasure. Eudaimonia: This type of happiness is derived from seeking virtue and meaning. Hedonie and eudaimonia are more commonly known today in psychology as pleasure and meaning, respectively. 

What is virtue ethics by Aristotle and other ancient Greeks? It is the quest to understand and live a life of a moral character by practicing being honest, brave, just, generous, and so on, for a person to develop an honorable and moral character.

What do human needs mean? Human needs are commonly used to refer to the drivers of human actions and to the motives behind human behavior. They also refer to the elements that contribute to the achievement of the goal of a satisfying life (such as good jobs, income, health care, status) as requirements or standards of behavior needed for the realization of the goal, including fears of failure.

Why do people have desires? Desire is an inherent part of human life. Desire is closely linked to pleasure (hedonie) and pain or fear of pain. We take pleasure in things that, in the course of evolution, tend to promote the survival and reproduction of our species and pain in those that do not. Things like health, wealth, comfort, good relationships, success, good offspring, and fame are designed to be enjoyable and therefore desirable.

Some types of happiness such as personal happiness include an individual’s direct assessment of their own worth, skills, or abilities, which encompasses beliefs or virtues (truths) about one’s real or authentic self towards the attainment or achievement of emotional or psychological factors (desires) such as self-esteem, self-assurance, self-confidence, self-love, and self-trust (eudaimonia as a virtue).

What is satisfaction? 

Satisfaction is a pleasant or positive feeling or state of mind. Satisfaction is when a need is fulfilled and the feeling gained from such fulfillment. It is a state of inner contentment. It has to do with how you perceive your external environment that contributes to the development of personality, the maintenance of health and well-being, and the impact of mental and behavioral disorders.

It is also the feeling that you get when you spend your days doing things that are important to you or mean something to you.  Your dopamine levels are high at that moment.

Some types of satisfaction are the personal satisfaction that includes an individual’s honest evaluation of their own capabilities that encompasses satisfaction of one’s fulfillment of their basic living requirements in regards to their own values or principles such as self-empowerment, self-enabling, self-emancipation, self-sufficiency, self-mastery, and self-validation (eudaimonia as a meaning).

What is Bliss?

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Bliss is a state of mind when both your desires and needs are met. To reach a state of perfect happiness. Ignoring anything else. Supreme happiness. Absolute joy or satisfaction. An earthly paradise. The path to eternal bliss. The supreme essence of happiness. Supreme happiness. Absolute joy or satisfaction.

What is an example of bliss? A definition of bliss is absolute happiness. An example of bliss is what one feels after a relaxing massage. An example of bliss is the act of doing the job you love. Extreme happiness. Ecstasy. Perfect happiness. Great joy. Complete happiness.

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Bliss equilibrium is a situation in which external physical influences and internal psychological forces that reflect an individual’s personality (character and behavior) are balanced in the absence of internal factors or external influences on the belief system (of values and truths), will not change.

Bliss equilibrium is also a situation where the human behavior towards the satisfaction of external needs matches the individual’s character against happiness as an internal psychological pre-state with an emotional base.

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Blissful awareness is a type of mentality (beyond bliss), characterized by the absence of both intensity of happiness as a factor (emotional or psychological) and the feeling of contentment or satisfaction by living consciously in the present moment without minding being in a state of selflessness, fearlessness, helplessness, and powerlessness (inner peace).

If there is a shift in an individual’s behavior because of a shift in bliss awareness while character remains unchanged in the short term (just because of its nature), then there comes a disequilibrium as an inner disturbance (emotional pain or fear of pain), a deterioration in the living experience, and a decrease in happiness (causing unhappiness) due to the increase to the external dissatisfaction.

However, a longer-term shift in character as a subsequent shift in the outdated values of the belief system (or by developing an honorable and moral character as Aristotle claims) can cause a lift of the degree of happiness and satisfaction altering gradually an individual’s personality upgrading the living experience by adjusting the equilibrium level of personal reality on a higher plane.

What is a blissful person? The definition of a blissful person is to be extremely happy, or it is something that makes someone feel happy. If you are madly in love, getting married, and feel like you have a perfect life, this is an example of a time when you are blissful. It is a state of being consciously delighted, glad, gratified, happy, joyful, joyous.

Is bliss an emotion? Bliss is a feeling, an emotion, and a psychological factor at the same time. However, blissful awareness is a mentality towards a state of unity, transcendence, fullness, knowledge, wholeness, and elevated consciousness. It is a sense of unity and a sense of connection at the same time with all creation. Blissful awareness is never boring. It always feels new, expansive, and infinite.

Happiness vs Satisfaction 

What is the difference between happiness and satisfaction?

Although related, happiness and life satisfaction are not the same things. Happiness is a psychological pre-state of bliss, while satisfaction is a physiological state of contentment. Happiness is a psychological factor with an emotional base. Satisfaction is a physiological factor based on body feelings and sensations.

If you are wondering what is important to you – it depends on your beliefs and ideology. You can find happiness in the little things in life. For example, eating your favorite ice cream can make you feel happy, but if you deeply feel guilty, then you will not feel satisfied.

Happiness is an immediate experience although enjoyable, it is ultimately elusive. Happiness is often lost when a person fails to achieve something, but satisfaction only decreases when the person can not achieve something. Actually, someone sees things from a different perspective in both cases. A healthy life certainly includes moments of happiness, but happiness alone does not usually lead to a full and fulfilling life.

What is personal satisfaction? The phrase “personal satisfaction” refers to a person’s sense of accomplishment or state of being satisfied. Having a feeling of joy or pleasure because of something you did or something that happened to you by being absolutely sure, convinced, or confident about something.

You will achieve satisfaction when the source of your happiness and success is aligned with your inner beliefs (belief system of values and truths) and the way you see yourself and the world. Being satisfied means doing work in a way that makes sense to you. So, in a way, aiming for happiness is a better way to do things efficiently while aiming for satisfaction is a better way to complete things effectively. 

Bliss vs Happiness

What is the difference between bliss and happiness? Happiness is a psychological factor, based mostly on emotions while bliss is a combined state of mind, body, and spirit that are connected through the heart in perfect balance. Happiness appears as an aroused state of mind and whatever is in a state of excitement returns to a bliss state.

While bliss is a general state of both mind, body, and spirit connected through the heart, you do not need to do anything to achieve bliss – it is just always there. It reflects the present moment (timing) as you’re always there by “Body, Mind, and Spirit” by being centered, free of diseases with no stress and worry against any struggles, without even realizing it consciously.

What is joy? Joy is a state of being extremely happy. Anything that gives you a sense of deep pleasure or excited happiness creates joy, from being surprised by an old friend you haven’t seen in years watching your favorite team finally win a big competition.

What is a joyful person? Someone who’s joyful is very happy. To be joyful is beyond being happy. There is a delight and a kind of bliss involved in feeling joyful. The noun joy is at the root of the word joyful, from the Old French joie with its Latin root of gaudere, “rejoice.”

Self-assurance is an inner state of being that comes from a deep self-understanding. Confidence is actually trusting in one’s abilities and self-assurance is self-trust in one’s self. Self-assurance is the act of assuring; a statement that tends to inspire complete or full confidence; that which is designed to give confidence.

What are the examples of self-assurance? The condition or quality of being confident in oneself. Self-assurance is defined as having confidence in yourself. An example of self-assurance is when you know that you will do well in whatever task you put in your mind.

What is the difference between self-confidence and self-esteem? Self-confidence is how confident you are in your abilities or skills. Self-esteem is related to how you feel about yourself. However, it is possible to have self-confidence and at the same time, have low self-esteem.

Where do people get their self-esteem from? Self-esteem is an inner state of being that stems from self-love, self-confidence, self-esteem, or self-trust. It is a situation that is somewhat timeless and unchanging because it is a direct measure of the way you value and consider yourself, despite what others can say or do.

What is the opposite of blissful? As opposed to providing perfect happiness or great joy. Dissatisfied displeased, miserable, or joyless.

Bliss Vs Satisfaction 

What brings bliss to a person? Bliss can be defined as a natural direction that you can follow as a way to maximize your sense of joy, fulfillment, and purpose. Sometimes people equate happiness with being in a state of euphoria, but in reality, being blissful is the state you are in when you do what brings you a deep sense of mental joy and contentment in your heart.

Self-acceptance is an external state of being or existence that comes from self-empowerment.

What does self-empowerment mean? Self-empowerment means making a conscious decision to take control of your own destiny. It involves making positive choices, taking action to move forward, and being confident in your ability to make and execute weighted decisions.

Self-empowered means that people understand their strengths and weaknesses and are motivated to learn and succeed. The importance of being able to develop self-empowerment skills and maintain their own network of friends within their community.

Self-validation is accepting your own internal experience, your thoughts, and your own feelings. Self-validation doesn’t mean that you believe your thoughts or think your feelings are justified.

Learning to self-validate is not so easy.  Being mindful of the thoughts you are having and the feelings you are experiencing is necessary before you can validate that internal experience.

Self-sufficient means needing no outside help in satisfying one’s basic needs. Emotionally and intellectually independent.

Self-mastery is the ability to control one’s desires or impulses, self-control, or self-discipline.

Self-emancipation means being free from restraint, influence, or the like. To terminate paternal control over.

Full Definition of Personality

What is the real meaning of personality? Personality refers to the combination of qualities, attitudes, tendencies, values, principles, and standards of behaviors that make a person distinct from others.

Personality reflects a characteristic way of thinking, feeling, or behaving. Personality embraces moods, attitudes, views, and beliefs and is more clearly expressed in interactions with other people.

Personality is also the way one interacts with one’s environment, the feelings and emotions one experiences, the things one does, the way one behaves, and the impressions one creates about the environment in which one operates. It concerns the footprint of the personality and differs radically from person to person just like the fingerprint.

In this way, even if a person’s innate preference is to avoid something, his/her beliefs and especially the beliefs that shape his/her character and behavior can evolve to reflect the truths, values, and morals in the immediate family and wider environment. Knowledge, awareness, and adaptability help in survival.

Main Componets of Personality

According to Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic theory of personality, personality is composed of three elements. These three elements of personality known as the id, the ego, and the superego work together to create complex human behaviors.

As we already saw above, according to consciousness, the three main elements or components of personality are the character as a cause based on psychological or emotional factors, the behavior as the effect of external influences affected by physiological body feelings and sensations, and their causal-effect relationship that is felt both as self-resonant frequency and finally as an ongoing personal reality.

Personality is also the combination of characteristics, values, morals, and qualities, or a mix of masculine character and feminine behavioral traits no matter the gender’s identity, that shape a person’s distinctive character and behavior.

The character, on the other hand, is a more difficult beast. Character refers to a set of moral values, mental qualities, and truths that make a person different from others. Personality is subjective, as the character is also subjective despite the fact that most people believe that character is objective.

Character is conceived as the density of happiness as the cause and the effect is expressed as the frequency of satisfaction, while bliss is perceived as an inner-balance of their causal-effect relationship through the preconscious-conscious-subconscious (Mind-Spirit-Body) respectively.

If a person believes that a change in their environment is significant, then their beliefs will be transformed to respond or adapt to the change, but their values in the short term will remain virtually unchanged.

While personality is easier to identify, it is largely static and slow to evolve. The character, on the other hand, needs more time to discern and is more difficult or almost impossible to change.

This is because the character is shaped by belief systems and values as truths and requires a lot of effort and motivation, changing one’s perspective and view of their inner world that can lead to a change in character.

Personality also constitutes the main component of social interaction. New social and external demands lead to an internal change that changes human behavior.

How does personality contributes to reality? I believe that character refers to the values that attract subjective behavior in each and every circumstance. The character refers to the means and scenarios that one will use, and the conditions that compose these scenarios taking into account the possibilities of success and skills that one has. These scenarios through the mechanism of consciousness come to fruition creating the living experience.

Thus, the real character is about value, efficiency, or performance while honest behavior is about morals and effectiveness. Both are supported by the analytical way of thinking reviewed in detail in another article.

The way the character is exposed is through a series of behavioral tests in order to achieve the goal with the desired result. The character is often hidden in layers of different and conflicting interests.

Changing character makes sense when you look collectively at human evolution. In order for our ancestors to survive and thrive, they had to adapt to new environments and change.

If one is never really tested, the true character may never be seen.

The bottom line is that despite the importance of our inherent masculine or feminine personality traits, it is essential that we adapt to personal, social, or cultural requirements.

The Cell Division Cycle

The size of a multicellular organism, its organs, and tissues depend on the number and size of constituent cells. Cell number depends on the rate of cell division, the number of dividing cells, and the duration of the cell proliferation phase during growth, while the size of the non-dividing cells is affected by the cells’ growth and cell expansion.

The cell cycle, or cell division cycle, is the sequence of events that take place in a cell that causes it to divide into two daughter cells. These events involve the duplication of its DNA (replication) and some of its organelles, and subsequently, the partitioning of its cytoplasm and other components into two daughter cells in a process called cell division.

The Causal Relationship vs The Cell Division Cycle

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As we saw in a previous article, all the processes in the world are evoked not only by a one-way or one-sided action-reaction but are also based on the relationship of at least two interacting objects due to the existence of cause and effect forces and their subsequent causal effect interaction forces.

The same exactly happens with the cell cycle, or cell division cycle, which is the sequence of events that take place in a cell that causes it to divide into two daughter cells due to the existence of the same exact forces cause and effect, and their subsequent causal effect.

In Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, he opens with the claim that all human activities aim at some good. Actually, all the processes that take place in a cell reflect the mental processes towards bliss equilibrium that is in fact the creation and maintenance of the human body and its internal-external environment, reality creation, and existence through the conscious-unconscious and preconscious-subconscious mind.

Before annihilation takes place character as a cause turns to antiparticles while behavior as an effect turns to particles. Particle and antiparticle pairs are created by large accumulations of energy. This is a manifestation of Einstein’s famous equivalence between mass and energy, E=mc2.

Particle and its antiparticle have the same mass as one another, but opposite electric charge and magnetic moment. After annihilation, particles turn to the velocity of light or range of wavelengths and antiparticles turn to the intensity of light or power of light.

We understood the physical law which is also a spiritual law: light and darkness cannot occupy the same space at the same time. When there is light, darkness is vanquished and must depart. Most importantly, darkness can not conquer light unless the light is diminished or departs.

As we saw in detail in another article the retina of our eyes through cones detect the primary colors red, blue, and yellow as wavelengths and rods let us see things in black, white, and grey.  Objects appear in different colors, but actually, they don’t have a color, they give off light that appears to be a color.

Light waves come from the vibration of charged particles. When a sound or light wave strikes an object, it is already vibrating at some particular frequency. If that frequency happens to match the resonant frequency of the object it’s hitting, then you’ll get what’s called resonance.

What is Resonance? An object free to vibrate tends to do so at a specific rate called the natural or resonant frequency of the object. Such an object will vibrate intensely when subjected to vibrations or regular impulses at a frequency equal to or very close to its natural frequency. This phenomenon is called resonance.

What is the natural frequency of a body? Physical frequency, also known as eigenfrequency, is the frequency at which a system tends to oscillate in the absence of a driving force or damping force. The motion pattern of a system that oscillates at its natural frequency is called the normal mode.

What is a person’s resonant frequency? Prolonged exposure can cause undue stress and discomfort to the human body, especially at its resonant frequency. Testing the human body’s response on a vibrating platform, many researchers have found that the fundamental resonant frequency of the entire human body is around 5 Hz.

Do people vibrate at different frequencies? It is known that the human body can generate mechanical vibrations at very low frequencies, the so-called infrasonic waves. Different organs of the human body produce different resonant frequencies. The heart resonance frequency is ~ 1 Hz.

We have to mention here as we saw in detail in another article, that the human mind (brain) under the number 3 as a cause or provable solution (which reflects internal environment through preconscious) turns due to a leap of faith into number 6 as an actual solution through the heart (that reflects spirit through conscious).

In addition, the body as an actual result under the number 9 (which reflects the external environment through the subconscious) interacts with the mind through the heart and turns into the number 6 again as their causal-effect relationship (9+6=15=1+5=6). This is how we get different resonant frequencies of the body and heart (5 Hz and 1 Hz respectively).

In Conclusion

According to Aristotle, all human activities aim at some good. The purpose is obvious to outperform unexpected challenges such as struggles, risks, or problems by finding reasonable (efficient, effective) solutions.

Through consciousness (which have engaged scholars since at least the time of Aristotle) and its remarkable mental abilities, the actual solutions to these problems or risks form the causal effect relationships as energetic ties between the two main variables of cause and effect as energetic links that once formed can never extinguish.

Those ties appear as strong character traits or skills based on previous solutions on one hand and on the other as behavioral tests towards the future success or possible feats against those problems or risks.

The actual drives of this endeavor besides survival are the desires, wishes, or expectations in order to be fulfilled. This is an ongoing process that gives the impression of the living experience as an actual reality.

In this way, the inner environment meets the external environment by adjusting human behavior, developing and enduring strong character traits, that lead to a distinct and strong personality towards the true self (that reflects inner environment through the mind), ideal self (that reflects external environment through the body), one-self (that reflects spirit as unity or spiritual serenity through the heart), and finally self-gnosis through spiritual enlightenment and upliftment.

The prize behind this effort is personal happiness as an individual’s direct assessment of their own worth and abilities which encompasses the truths around the true or authentic self (assessing the best ways of achievement or potential successes), based on emotional or psychological factors (values) such as self-esteem, self-love, self-confidence, and self-trust.

The response to the above efforts comes from personal satisfaction as an individual’s honest evaluation of their own capabilities which encompasses the satisfaction of one’s fulfillment of their needs in regards to his/her own values and the corresponding morals as the ideal-self (evaluating the meaningful to the case or appropriate means of fulfillment as actual responses-to-abilities) such as self-empowerment, self-enabling, self-emancipation, self-sufficiency, self-mastery, and self-validation.

The ultimate drive for both of them (of the attainment and fulfillment of personal happiness and satisfaction towards the unity of oneself) is always to retain or obtain a new bliss equilibrium (eudaimonia as virtue and meaning according to Aristotle), as a new situation where internal qualitative factors as causes (provable solutions based on previous facts, as certainties) and external quantitative influences as effects (potential results as events, impacts, outcomes or actualities) are balanced towards the feelings of the attainment or fulfillment of needs and desires as causal-effects relationships (actual solutions, occurrences or manifestations).

Attaining bliss equilibrium is a pre-state that reflects the present moment as “Body, Mind and Spirit”. In fact, in order for the old status quo to change towards a new bliss equilibrium, the individual has to develop blissful awareness.

Blissful awareness is a new mentality of creation and existence on an always higher and higher plane towards self-gnosis through spiritual enlightenment by being delighted, glad, gratified, happy, joyful, and joyous, leading gradually to inner peace that is a conscious state of unity, and a sense of connection with all creation (creating mental euphoria and heart skipping about with joy).

That further means being able or allowed to form a balanced personality (a balanced mix of masculine character and feminine behavioral personality traits) where an individual does not mind being in a state of selflessness, fearlessness, helplessness, and powerlessness in order to avoid abusive behavior as an actual impact of inner conflict or disturbance.

By shifting to this new mindset, the cell division cycle that reflects this change will alter accordingly its sequence of events and their DNA replication and after a particular procedure called annihilation, the mass will finally turn to energy and light waves, expressed as an individual’s resonant body frequency and its surrounded environment colors and shapes that will be detected by the perceptual system (as pictures, sounds, and feelings).

In this way by changing the views, belief system, old dogmas, values and morals, and the subsequent stance of life, a new personality will spring and as a consequence, a new reality will emerge, healthier, happier, and more satisfying on all levels than ever before.

A new persona equals a new personal reality, a new meaning of creating, living, and experiencing, a more satisfying, and peaceful life, inside a newfound, more interesting, and safer world. Aristotle argues that the good life is a happy life, with one not just being amused or having a happy feeling but rather having a fulfilled life!

Consciousness and Causality

This article is about Consciousness and Causality through the creation and existence of causal effect relationships between variables such as facts from the past as strong character traits or causes which affect directly or indirectly future behavioral traits, events, or effects as conditions of measurement of the sizes of these relationships.

An in-depth overview about topics such as:

The Principle of Causality
Causality vs Determinism
Causality and Free Will
What do People Believe of Causality?
Causality vs Teleology
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The Principle of Causality

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For the human consciousness, the condition of the existence of a state or property as a precondition for the transition from one state or property to another through an intermediate action or interaction force that fulfills them both (conditions, states, or properties) is what we call causality or causation.

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If we observe carefully the appearance of a child in the present it constitutes the causal effect as an interaction force for the activation of the relationship between cause and effect and therefore the birth of a child constitutes the necessary action or force through which this special or dedicated relationship (energetic tie) is activated.


In the above case, the birth of a child fulfills both properties or states as an energetic tie between a parent and a father or mother as energetic links. The child is just the occurrence as the precondition or the source cause that triggers that energetic tie.

In this way, possibility turns to actuality effect that is the state of existing in reality or a state of being actual. Actuality is the impact of a possible action in the past as a fact turning to an actual effect or future event.

However, probability turns to false certainty as a reaction to a possible action that is a state of being the actual root cause, for this reaction. The causal relationship between false certainty or provable solution (the actual root cause) which under certain conditions or circumstances gives rise to actuality (the actual effect) is causality or causation that is, in turn, the actual solution to a problem or risk.

Causality is universal. No other relationship can give rise to certain consequences. Ours is a world of cause and effect or, literally speaking, of progenitors and their progeny.

The universality of causality is often denied because of the limited nature of human understanding, which prevents us from judging the type and nature of relationships beyond what is known in science and subsequent practice.

An important feature of causality is the continuity of the cause-effect as a causal relationship. The chain of this causal relationship or causation has neither a beginning nor an end. It never breaks, it extends forever from one energetic link to another. It forms an energetic tie.

The causal relationship can be perceived as a one-way, following the one-way action-reaction forces. The idea of ​​causality as the influence of one thing on another is applied to fields of knowledge where it is possible and necessary to really measure the qualitative aspects of causes and the opposite quantitative effects achieved by the causal relationships.

And any attempt to find an “absolutely first” or “absolutely final” cause is a futile pursuit. The internal mechanism of causality is related to the continuous transfer of notions, thoughts, and ideas into motion, information, and finally, matter through critical and analytical thinking.

Causality vs Determinism

And yet we know that no scientist limits his logic and understanding to what he can perceive. The whole history of mankind, of all scientific experiments, knows no exceptions to the principle of determinism.

Determinism was given its classical expression by Laplace, who formulated it as follows: “According to determinism, if someone knows the precise location and momentum of every atom in the universe, their past and future values for any given time are entailed; they can be calculated from the laws of classical mechanics”.

In quantum mechanics of consciousness, determinism is connected with the unique relationship with that of cause and effect. Determinism should be equated with causality. There is a specific “probabilistic causality” that turns to certainty and then to actuality due to the causal effect according to causal laws as some of the forms of the manifestation of determinism into actual reality.

Determinism comes from recognizing the diversity of causal relationships, depending on the nature of the regularities and specific character traits operating in a given consciousness sphere. Each level of the structural organization of the being has its own specific way of interaction of things, based on behavioral traits including its specific causal relationships.

The higher forms of causal relations must never be reduced to lower forms. They both connect through causal effects. From a methodological point of view, it is necessary to take into account the quantitative and qualitative peculiarities and the level of the structural organization of the reality creation and existence phase cycles.

The principle of determinism includes the recognition of objectivity, the universality of causal relationships and has always played an extremely important methodological and heuristic role in scientific knowledge. The primary assumption for any scientific research has always been that all events in the physical and spiritual worlds obey a fixed regular connection, known as the principle of causality. Any field of knowledge would cease to be scientific if it abandoned the principle of causality.

What is the concept of determinism?

Determinism, in philosophy, is the theory that all events, including moral choices, are entirely determined by pre-existing causes. Determinism is usually understood to preclude free will because it means that people can not act differently from what they do.

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What are the main points of the determinism perspective?

Determinism is the view that free will is an illusion and that human behavior is governed by uncontrollable internal or external forces. Consequently, human behavior is considered absolutely predictable. Therefore, the causal laws of determinism form the basis of science.

What is the argument for determinism?

The mind does not experience as much the cause as the experience of the cause. On this basis, the argument for determinism proceeds as follows: As the effects have similar causes, the effect is like the cause, the effect is in fact the cause being transformed, as lightning is the result of previous electrical conditions.

Is determinism the same as fate?

For example, some people may think we have a fate pre-decided by a higher power but that is only one version of fatalism. Determinism, on the other hand, means not only that we have a predetermined destiny to which we will end up, but also that every event in our lives is decided by past events and actions-reactions.

Is human behavior deterministic?

The aim is to prove that human behavior, just like in a complex system, follows specific rules, natural laws that govern the Universe, and, consequently, a deterministic and irreversible pattern. That is, although behavior has a deterministic structure, it is by no means predictable.

Which of these is the best definition of determinism?

Determinism is the doctrine that people are programmed to do what they do. Every human action-reaction is determined by the belief system under certain conditions (including thoughts, habits, ideas, desires, and preferences) that exist within the individual just before this action-reaction is taken.

What do People Believe of Causality

Causal illusions arise when people misinterpret random patterns as evidence of a causal relationship. New research published in the British Journal of Psychology provides evidence that this illusion of causality is linked to belief in pseudoscience.

Some people believe that the connection between cause and effect is made in time. This temporary relationship can be defined in several ways. Some other people also believe that the cause always precedes the effect, that there is a certain interval between the time when the cause begins to act (for example, the interaction of two systems) and the time when the effect appears. For a while, cause and effect coexist, then the cause disappears and the consequence eventually becomes the cause for something else. And so on to infinity.

Other thinkers believe that these intervals overlap in part. It is also argued that cause and effect are always strict at the same time. Still, others argue that it is pointless to talk about a cause that already exists and therefore takes effect while the effect has not yet entered the realm of existence. How can there be an “ineffective cause”?

Any effect is caused by the interaction of at least two phenomena. Therefore the interaction effect is the real cause of the effect. In other words, the phenomenon of influence is determined by the nature and state of both interacting elements.

Causes operate independently of the will and conscience of people. Causes are rooted in psychological factors, in consciousness, in the actions of the person or a social group, in their determination, their organization, their experience, their prominence, and so on.

Every phenomenon is related to other phenomena by connections of more than one value. It is the result both of certain conditions and certain basic factors that act as its cause.

To sum up, all processes in the world are evoked not only by a one-way or one-sided action-reaction but are also based on the relationship of at least two interacting objects due to the existence of cause and effect and their subsequent causal effect.

Causality vs Teleology

Causation and purpose. Observing the astonishing adaptation and “rational” organization of plants and animals or the “harmony” of the celestial spheres, people even in antiquity wondered where this harmonious organization of all that exists came from.

The idea of ​​teleology (from Greek word τέλος, telos, ‘end’, ‘aim’, or ‘goal,’ and λόγος, logos, ‘explanation’ or ‘reason’) arises when a cause that operates spontaneously is considered to be a consciously active cause, even that which acts in a predetermined direction, i.e. a goal-oriented cause.

This means that the ultimate cause or goal in the future, which determines the process that takes place in the present. The doctrine that the universe as whole proceeds according to a specific plan cannot be proved empirically. The existence of an ultimate goal presupposes that someone must have set it.

So teleology leads to theology. Instead of giving an explanatory explanation for why this or that phenomenon happened in nature, teleology asks for what purpose it happened. And to prove his point, the teleologist usually refers to the deliberate structure of organisms in nature.

It is enough to observe the structure of a butterfly’s wing, the behavior of an ant, a mole, a fish, to realize how deliberately everything is made. The crudest form of teleology is the claim that nature provides some living creatures for the benefit of others, for example, cats are provided to eat mice and mice are there to feed cats. The goal of the whole process of evolution of the animal world is that man and all other animals were created to make things comfortable for mankind.

Summing up, then, what we have is a choice without a selector, autonomous, blind and ruthless, working tirelessly and relentlessly for countless centuries, choosing vibrant exterior shapes and colors and the smallest details of the internal structure, but only on one condition, that all changes must benefit the body. The cause of the perfection of the organic world is the law of evolution by natural selection! Time and death are the regulators of its harmony.

Secret Code Language Alphabet

Here, we will answer questions about what is the Secret Code Language Alphabet and how it works as a hidden driving force behind the Greek language by turning letters or symbols into numerical values built on mathematics, creating personal reality through human consciousness:

Questions such as:

What is the Secret Code Language Alphabet?
Which are the hidden Greek Alphabet Code Letters?
What is the real purpose of the existence of the Greek language?
How the Secret Code Language Alphabet is related to consciousness?
What is the impact of the Secret Code Language Alphabet on personal reality?
Which are the 3 levels of the Greek language according to Pythagoras?
How does Secret Code Language Alphabet explain Nicola Tesla’s hidden code 369?
Can consciousness exist without language?
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Greek Alphabet Code Letters

The Greek language is not accidental. It was built on mathematics, and what few still know is that every word in Greek has a mathematical background.

The current Greek alphabet

The letters in the Greek language are not simple symbols. Their most important property is that each letter has a numeric value, each letter is a number as a Secret Code Language Alphabet, hence each word is a number (digital root).

There is a vast knowledge of locked-encoded words due to the mathematical values ​​they have. One of the pioneers on the subject was Pythagoras (an ancient Greek philosopher). Pythagorean thought ends with the correspondence of each letter of the Greek alphabet with a number as Secret Code Language Alphabet.

Pythagoras Principle

The Pythagoreans answered the question “what is wisdom?”. The only answer is “the number” while in the second part “what’s second in wisdom” (i.e what comes second after the number in wisdom) they answered: “He who gave the names to each thing” (that is, the one who gave the names to each thing).

Numbers, shapes, harmony, and stars have something in common (sister sciences), so mathematics (numbers), geometry (shapes), harmony (music), and astronomy according to Pythagoras, as sister sciences in a specific order were the ladder for the evolution of -the-helix of DNA, reflecting the connection of mind-soul of the Creator. A Creator who created based on these four sciences.

The current Secret Code Language Alphabet is missing letters of the ancient Greek alphabet, which are placed in the table below. These are Digamma (F), Koppa (Q), and Sambi (ϡ as a small “π” with a slight tilt to the right).

Secret Code Greek Language Alphabet

Impact of Secret Code Alphabet Symbols

So each word produces a specific sum (digital root) as a Secret Code Language Alphabet, e.g. ΗΛΙΟΣ (SUN) = 8 + 30 + 10 + 70 + 200 = 318. The Pythagoreans introduce us – with the above saying – to a numerical “game” between numbers and words (lexicon). What is the interest of this “game”? That words and phrases coincide with each other creating equal numbers or giving numbers that refer to facts and dates.


Here are some examples: The first word we are interested is the word number (from the verb “ararisko”, which means put in order) – ΑΡΙΘΜΟΣ (NUMBER) = 1 + 100 + 10 + 9 + 40 + 70 + 200 = 430

ΑΡΙΘΜΟΣ (NUMBER) = 430 – exactly 430 are the words¨΄ ΜΑΘΗΜΑΤΙΚΑ, ΝΟΜΟΣ, ΕΥΘΕΙΑ (MATHEMATICS, LAW, SΤΡAIGHT LINE). Indeed, mathematics does not exist without the number, while the number is the law of the universe itself, as long as this straight line is defined by two coordinates defined by numbers. If we think that “θείον” “divine” is like the number “omnipresent” and that both are characterized by wisdom, then the following equation is perfectly justified: ΑΡΙΘΜΟΣ (NUMBER) = ΕΙΝΑΙ Ο ΘΕΟΣ (IT’S GOD) = 430. Is it a coincidence?

Secret Code Greek Language Alphabet Letters

27 number symbols with numerical value compose the Greek Alphabet as a Secret Code Language Alphabet, 3 groups of 9 number symbols each group, with a sum of each group 45, 450, 4,500.

ΑΛΦΑ (A) = 1 + 30 + 500 + 1 = 532 => 5 + 3 + 2 = 10 => 1 + 0 = 1

EN (ONE) = 5 + 50 = 55 => 5 + 5 = 10 => 1 + 0 = 1

ΟΜΙΚΡΟΝ (O)= 70 + 40 + 10 + 20 + 100 + 70 + 50 = 360, as the degrees of the circle

In order to be able to understand the meanings of the words of the Ancient Greek language, we must first know some things about the Greek language itself.

The ancient Greek language is the only one that is not based on the fact that is simply a mathematical masterpiece that we will try to approach. Greek roots have been used for centuries and continue to be widely used to form new words in other languages. Greek and Latin, as language reservoirs, are the main sources of international scientific and technological vocabulary.

The beginning of everything is the Greek language Alphabet Code itself (which of course we did not get from someone else as we will see below because it is not possible). The letters of the Greek alphabet in total were 33 and the vertebrae, the last 5 vertebrae (which play the role of the antenna) are directly related to the mind and correspond to the last 5 unspoken letters known only to the ancient priests.

The 3 Levels of the Greek Language

Pythagoras informs us about the 3 levels of the Greek language as a Secret Code Language Alphabet, which are the following:

  1. Speaking
  2. Signal (a. Signal, b. Signed)
  3. Hidden – Krypton (a. Intervals b. Vibration c. Lexis number d. Number)

The first is the speech.

The second is the relationship of the signal with the signifier that we will analyze below.

The third is the space (distance) and the vibration (time) which awakens the mind through eigenfrequencies (or natural frequencies) from the created pulses, the lexicon (relation of letters and words to numbers), and the tone-arithm (relation of letters and words to musical tones).

Each letter corresponded to a number, but also to a musical tone, so letter = number = tone (musician), which shows that in the Greek language behind the letters-words there are numbers (lexicons) and musical tones (tone-arithms).

The 4 sister sciences according to Pythagoras were:

  1. Numbers (mathematics)
  2. Shapes (Geometry)
  3. Music (Harmony)
  4. Astronomy

These sciences are interrelated and are intertwined like the Russian bamboos. Now combine the alphabet that encloses numbers and musical tones with these 4 sciences as a Secret Code Language Alphabet.

Astronomy = aster + law, α-στηρ (aster) = means what is not supported, so astronomy = the universal laws that govern what is not supported somewhere, which have to do with music (harmony), shapes (geometry) numbers (mathematics ), and all this with the “αιθήρ” (ether) which surrounds the celestial spheres.

Pythagoras listened to the harmony (music) of the celestial spheres so we speak a language that has to do with the flow of the universe.

The Greek language is the only one that can be used for PC due to the mathematics and musicality not only of the Alphabet-words but also of the mathematical concepts that are born e.g. the word “θέση” (position) becomes: synthesis, adjective, proposition, hypothesis, exposition, addition, assignment, disposition, opposition, etc. If we now translate these words into English they are completely irrelevant to each other.

If we compare now e.g. the English language which has 80,000 words of which 80% are Greek (as the University of Wales informs us) and to measure that this language has been evolving for 1000 years, we can easily conclude that Homer speaks of a language which has depth in the year 100,000 BC; 500,000 BC? who knows…

But the absolute proof is its mathematics itself, which does not exist in any other language on the planet. Let us not forget that the Creator uses mathematics to create, so the Greek language necessarily has to do with the source (root-0/1).

But before “Hidden – Krypton” there is the “Signal”, that is, the connection of words with their meanings. So when there is no connection of the mind with the concepts through mathematics, it is unable to describe new concepts that exist in nature, with the result that the mind remains in the dark, so the neurons of the mind do not give birth to new concepts.

The musical-numerical alphabet creates musical-mathematical words that describe corresponding concepts, which come from the observation of the nature of Creation and therefore by the Creator himself.

Einstein:  “The theory of relativity occurred to me by intuition, and music was the driving force behind that intuition….My new discovery was the result of musical perception”.

The question is how many millennia it may have taken to create this perfect mathematical complex in which letters are numbers and at the same time musical tones and words, that is, the set of numbers and musical tones that hide within them apart from complex musical harmonies, concepts which are not at all accidental but after extensive observation of nature?

So Antisthenes rightly reminds us of “The beginning of wisdom or the Names is Episkepsis” (a second thought upon an initial thought or a detailed inspection)

How Does Lanquage Influence Consciousness?

Consciousness related to the current situation is the mental process of relating or transforming unpredictable situations, chances, problems, or risks into predictable or manageable events through a mental state of being aware due to (spiritual) awakening.

As we saw in previous articles critical and analytical thinking is a human-centered design thinking approach as it takes place through the conscious part of the mind in stages.

Critical thinking is self-directed, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking. The thinker always takes into account a problem or risk as a whole circle that divides always in half (1/2) as a procedure towards the solution.

Through critical thinking, a thought splits into action-reaction forces under the influence of the number 1 as action and 2 as a reaction (1 always splits into two halves of 0,5 each, that outweigh each other as equal and opposite forces).

Through action force, a full circle is created as a problem or risk. Action forces refer to concepts, thoughts, truths, faith, concerns, spiritual world, external environment.

Through reaction force, the previous circle splits into two equal parts as the path towards the solution of the previous problem or risk. Reaction forces refer to values, ideas, doubt, internal environment.

Critical thinking triggers at the same time the analytical thinking, as cause under the influence of the number 3 as a character, and effect under the number 9 as behavior, that draw to each other and by their meeting under the middle number 6, they are perceived as personality and then as a coherent personal reality.

In this way chances as possibilities and their levels as probabilities, turn to pure electromagnetic energy or waves described by three physical propertiesfrequency (f), wavelength (λ), and intensity (I) under the number 3, which as a symbol is the graphical reproduction of an 8 cut vertically into halves of two (equal) halves of a circle.

Number 3 refers always to a provable solution as a false certainty not yet in existence and number 6 reflects the present moment as an actual certainty or an actual solution (uplifting energy from 3 to 6 due to a leap of faith). The above three physical properties of the electromagnetic energy or waves correspond exactly to the three sister sciences and levels of the Greek language according to Pythagoras:

  1. Numbers (Mathematics as false certainties or provable sollutions, numbers, causes, or density – under the control of the number 3),
  2. Shapes (Geometry as wavelengths as actual certainties, or actual solutions – under the influence of number 6),
  3. and Music (Harmony as the combination of simultaneously sounded musical tones, to produce a pleasing effect, as frequency, occurences or results – under the energy of number 9),

matching exactly the main properties of visible light within the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum of the occurring of possibilities mentioned above (certainties as shapes, geometry, velocity of light or range of wavelengths and their levels of occurring as mathematics, probabilities as numbers, the intensity of light, direction or power of light perceived by the human eye as Resonance or Music after annihilation takes place as vibrational motion at a natural frequency of occurrence).

Occurrence as a real event is something that occurs in a certain place during a particular interval of time. A fact, as a false certainty or provable solution of a problem or risk, is the cause as a trigger or density based on past experiences or solutions, while occurrence is the effect as a result of frequency.

Space as false certainty or provable solution reflects the cause. Occurrence as result or frequency reflects time as the effect. Cause and effect reflect both certainty and occurrence or manifestation as reality or present moment felt as a space-time continuum.

Can Consiousness Exist Without Language?

So Reality is called the cause and the effect (Causal Effect) taking place together at the same time on the spot. When (false) certainties as abilities and uncertainties (occurrences) as responsibilities (response-to-abilities) are brought to the present moment and felt as real events they are both governed by the energy of the number 6 for both density and frequency.

Creation of Reality as false certainties or causes: The mind receives reality as past, a property of space, density, or false certainty. They relate to the “speeches” or thoughts perceived as triggers that turn to provable solutions to chances, problems, or risks under the number 3. They correspond to the numbers as signals by the signifier due to the Electromagnetic Interaction Force, Cause.

Existence of Reality as certainties: The mind perceives reality as a present moment, To Be, shapes, geometry, the velocity of light, or a range of wavelengths. It reflects the relationship of the signal with the signifier mentioned above in detail, as correspondence between the letters-words, the numbers, and the musical tones under the influence of number 6.

Existence of Reality as occurrences or effects: The mind perceives reality as a catch of motion, To Exist, time, that is actually the frequency under which facts are taking place on the spot due to the Magnetoelectric Effect by the externally applied electric field and the modification that is detected by the constant change of the net magnetic moment, as an Effect in practice (in Effect continually in effect through conscious reasoning – intentionally conceived thinking that is coherent and logical).

Occurrences or effects are also governed by the energy of the number 9 contributing to the annihilation that occurs which is the mutual conversion of a particle and antiparticle of their entire mass into electromagnetic radiation or light waves.

Their meeting point (of certainties and occurrences) also refers to the 3rd level of the Greek language as the vibration (Resonance) which awakens the mind through eigenfrequencies from the created pulses, the lexicon, and the tone-arithm, already mentioned above (Hidden – Krypton).

In Conclusion

The fact that the Greek alphabet is not copied from somewhere is shown by the fact that Homer in 2300 BC had at his disposal millions of primary words. A significant portion of English vocabulary comes from outside borrowings.

The letters in the Greek language are not simple symbols. The principle of everything is the Greek language itself. Each letter has a numeric value as a Secret Code Language Alphabet.

According to Pythagoreans, the human mind reflects the relationship between the numerical alphabet and mathematical words that describe the corresponding concepts which (by default) occur in the Creator’s mind.

These concepts are automatically or unconsciously set in the same language as notions in human speech or thoughts as their building stones. They happen to be the same building stones of human consciousness corresponding exactly to the three sister sciences and levels of the Greek language (numbers, shapes, and music) and the physical properties of electromagnetic energy (intensity, wavelength, and frequency), as past, present, and future.

Past as a cause, false certainty or a provable solution to a problem or risk, under the control of number 3, and future as an effect or result under the energy of number 9, in the ongoing mental game through preconscious-conscious-subconscious mind, felt and experienced as a personal reality or actual solution of a space-time, cause-in effect (causal effect) or certainty-occurrence or manifestation continuum, under the influence of number 6.

This documentation corresponds exactly to Nikola Tesla’s hidden 369 code on how and why these three numbers hold the key to the universe described in detail in another article.

Consciousness and Quality of Life

In this article, we will answer questions on how the human mind perceives and participates in life events and the degree of satisfaction or the Quality of Life that derives from this participation, as a measure of happiness.

Questions such as:

What is Quality of Life? What is Bliss? Which is its contribution to happiness? How do they relate?
What are the Personal Values? Which is their impact on the Quality of Life?
What is Personal Responsibility? What is Response Ability? Which is their difference?
What is the “Golden Mean” laid down by Aristotle? What is a “Perfect Virtue”? How do they relate?
What is their importance to Consciousness and to Quality of Life?
How to alter human behavior towards happiness? How to alter the way of thinking in order to find lasting solutions?
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What is Quality of Life

Quality of life (QOL), according to Britannica, is the degree to which an individual is healthy, comfortable, and able to participate in or enjoy life events. An individual’s perception of their position in life in the context of the culture and value systems in which they live and in relation to their goals, expectations, standards, and concerns.

Quality of life is a highly subjective measure of happiness. Factors that play a role in the quality of life vary according to personal preferences.

Bliss: in Greek eudaimonia or euphoria is the perfect happiness, an ultimate purpose of a lifetime. Great joy. For Aristotle “Bliss is a pleasant mental state resulting from the activity of the soul if this activity is consistent with the perfect virtue”. Bliss is the highest human good that is desirable for its own sake. An ultimate life purpose (as an end in itself). Becoming excellent. Other meanings are happiness, human flourishing, prosperity, and blessedness.

As we saw in another article in “the impact of personal values” an extrinsic value of human good is not equivalent to its intrinsic value as it depends on one’s judgment of what is important in life. It happens because intrinsic values are totally independent of outside influences while extrinsic values reflect an influence outside of the belief system. As a result, probabilities as certainties or intrinsic values are not equivalent to possibilities or uncertainties and to their extrinsic values.

This creates an uneasiness to the system. Just because people are not consciously aware of the above ratio and its practical implications on their everyday life, they sense, feel, or believe that value as a quality of life is constantly undervalued or price as qualitative living expectancy is overestimated. This is translated to a constant struggle to live an ideal living and almost impossible to turn all dreams into reality.

In addition, it leads to confused or inappropriate standards of behaviors or principles. People’s judgment of what is important in life is not obvious anymore. Time and density do not reflect frequency and space. Worth, utility, and effectiveness are not based on a win-win situation, and value as quality of life is somewhere lost in the way.

As a consequence bliss is lost once a more. People feel confused uneasy and unhappy. As a result, creation is not equal to existence and emotions do not justify feelings. The individual becomes either overreactive or aggressive towards an imaginative hostile environment. But this is not exactly the case. It is because of an inherent deep misunderstanding that humanity carries on for a very very long time.

It is mostly due to ignorance of how and why things work this way. In fact, humans create their destiny just because they coincide with it. Destiny is just a reflection of a human’s behavior as a reaction towards a glimpse of insight into a possible or imaginative future. Life and destiny are the two sides of the same coin. Life as an experience as a free will (the ability to act at one’s own discretion) and destiny as a deep understanding of fatalism (helplessness in the face of fate) are the two sides of the same coin just because consciousness is an essential root for both of them as their inhered building factor.

The Impact of Personal Responsibility

People on the quest for happiness know quite well, a crucial milestone on the path involves taking personal responsibility. This means not blaming others for your own unhappiness. It also means figuring out ways in which you can be happy despite others’ behaviors and despite external circumstances. A person who has taken personal responsibility recognizes an important truth about happiness: happiness depends much more on attitude than it does on objective, external circumstances.

Responsibility is almost the most misunderstanding or misused word in the world. People instead of taking responsibility they usually are caught in layers of blame and justifications. The reason behind this is that people are caught unconsciously in an action-reaction critical way of thinking type in a duality ping-pong mental game.

It is much easier to point to the problem outside of ourselves, but this is a great sickness.  The blaming and upset energy inside of people doesn’t want to let go of the fight until both sides get what they want and deserve such as “payback or an apology”. 

People are willing to lose their personal power and peace in order to have the last word or to be right.  In this way, people are unknowingly losing power, consciousness, their true voice, and any creative or compassionate abilities.  This is also a big trap creating its own limitations and ongoing wars, in the name of fairness, justice, and rightness.

Anger creates only feelings of isolation and distance from people they love and make them more vulnerable, powerless, and needy. People tend to feel succumb to the ego and to a vicious cycle. If people react they are unable to act and respond utilizing an appropriate to the case approach. This lack of understanding and love, and abundance of judgment, blame, and criticism is possibly the biggest problem on the planet at this time.  Many of society’s “big” problems, war, famine, pollution, etc, are derived from this mental shortage.

In this way, movement is lost and the connection between the heart and mind is also lost. People literally fight and argue in order to defend their own viewpoints. However, they are trapped between right or wrong, and is almost impossible for them to change the situation by being caught in an action-reaction type loop over and over again.

Responsibility or Response-Ability?

Responsibility or Response-Ability? The answer to this question could be one of the most important answers to the question of how the quality of life can be affected by consciousness in the actual pursuit of happiness and bliss.

Most of the people in the quest for happiness are unable to recognize that a critical type as a way of thinking is only the trigger towards another type or way of thinking that is the analytical type or way of thinking in order for people to take more responsibility for their actions and lesser the consequences deriving from their actions-reactions by becoming more response-able.

By their big misunderstanding, they become unable to find lasting solutions to the problems at hand unless they understand that in order to handle the situation externally they have to change the way of their thinking by acting from the inside. They have to change the dysfunctional behavior when they realize that problems are just the triggers towards a more conscious approach to solve and alter their living conditions for the better.

In the meantime, whether it is a little personal quarrel or a big planetary issue, people should not stop working on the solution but begin working on the understanding of the “actual” problem, that is the lack of understanding, the lack of being response-able.

Response- able does not mean to become angry, blaming, justifying, gossiping, or creating imaginative stories where it is everyone’s fault but their own. By being angry people lose their inherent power and their authenticity. They become reactive than proactive and are unable to change or heal the situation. They only adopt an interest in having a false power an inflated ego by adopting an inappropriate to the situation reactive and not proactive behavior.

When someone is in judgment, he is not response-able and ultimately not being responsible.  At this point, people are partly responsible for the continuing of the problem, and whilst they are pointing their fingers in different directions, they are not realizing the degree to which they are creating the “bigger” problem.

It is all a question of a connection between the mind and the heart through intellectual intelligence and endurance, by challenging people, and their mind.  People, deep down they really know how to hold on and resist loving people and situations exactly the way they are.  Loving them doesn’t reduce their true ability to change the situation.  People have let go of the control, let go of the way they want it to be, and be there, with love, for it is exactly the way it is.  That is real healing, that is where true change comes from.  That is the root of all true power.

People have to slow down, inspect their own thoughts and motives, and understand their reactions, bring themselves back into the moment, and think of what can they do at this moment to make a difference.  They need to let go in order to be able to put understanding and love on the top of the pile.  That is what it takes to be response-able.  That is what it takes to be creative and proactive instead of reactive.  That is the way to go in order to gain back the real power inside of themselves that is the power of who they really are and wanted always to be.

Response-Ability as a New Pull-Driven Approach

Responsibility reflects the old paradigm of an obsolete way of critical thinking inside the old paradigm as a push-driven approach.

Response-Ability inside a new context reflects a new way or type of critical way of thinking inside a new paradigm of a new analytical type or way of thinking as a pull-driven approach.

Response-Ability reflects the basic principle of the golden mean, laid down by Aristotle 2,500 years ago. The golden mean focuses on moderation or striving for a balance throughout the middle ground between two extremes. But as Aristotle suggests, the middle ground is usually closer to one extreme than the other.

Instead of looking for the effects of your actions-reactions, you should aim for the causes and motives and understand how they relate to every situation, problem or risk and handle the situation internally than externally by utilizing a more proactive and not reactive approach.

In this way, the reality creation and existence mechanics remain intact without disturbing the pace of spiritual and divine order, given by the solar and lunar phase cycles (where the moonlight comes from by adjusting its intensity), and the human consciousness, but the approach is quite different.

Any favorable or desired change comes from inside-out and not the opposite by adjusting personal values and priorities and this is the ultimate lesson that people have to understand and accept. In this way, advancement will come to spiritual and physical realms accordingly, towards a safer and mainly more enjoyable place for people to live, create and thrive.

“Divine Code” 369 Now Revealed

In this article, we will answer what the “Divine Code” is in detail and clarity and how it is related to the formation of human reality in a step-by-step procedure through the intervention of human consciousness.

Questions such as:

What is the magnificence of the number 360? What it represents?
How is it related to Nikola’s Tesla number of 369 “Divine Code?
What is the magnificence of the number 180? How it is related to the “Divine Code”?
Why number 6 is considered to be “a perfect number”? What does this mean in this case?
What is the magnificence of number 9 to the reality existence? How is it related to the number 0?
Is zero really a number? What is a “digital root” of a number?
What is its significance to consciousness in reality creation and existence?
Which is the role of the numbers 3,6,0 and 9 to consciousness?
How 3d Reality is Created by Consciousness?
What are Schumann Resonances and what do they represent?
Which is the role of the colors in consciousness?
Which is the impact of the way of thinking on consciousness?
Table of Contents

The Relation of 360 to “Divine Code”

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The numbers 3,6,0 as distinct symbols represent the Pace Length of Reality Creation and Existence Phase Cycle, and if we consider them as symbols and treat them as numbers they are equivalent as well to the numbers 369 Nikola Tesla’s “Divine Code” “if you knew the magnificence of 3, 6 and 9, you would have a key to the universe.”

Number 360 is equivalent to the number 369 “Divine Code” because nine as a number and as a symbol is equivalent to zero as a symbol, three as a past, six as a present, and zero as a symbol of a full circle (empty circle) replaced by nine as a future event or act not yet in existence (which reflects distance or a lapse of time), symbolizing nothingness, emptiness, or everything.

In both cases, zero as a symbol symbolizes the outer space of a circle (circle circumference) as a static condition or state as an end, finish, or emptiness, and nine as a dynamic condition or state of non-existence that gradually leads to emptiness against 6 as the number of completion perceived as a present moment. Thus, 9 as a digital root of 90″ (9+0=9), measures the inner space of a circle as a distance between number 3 as past and number 6 as a present time which in turn reflects an extrinsic to an intrinsic value of 3.

The Magnificence of Number 3

Number 3 symbolizes a false certainty as a provable solution based on past experience to a problem or risk and also the graphical reproduction of an 8 cut vertically into halves of two halves of a circle.

Number 3 is the number of good fortune. The Pythagoreans taught that the number 3 was the first true number. It is also the first number that forms a geometrical figure a triangle.

According to them the number 3 is the noblest of all digits, as it is the only number to equal the sum of all terms below it and the only number whose sum with those equals the product of them and itself.

Number 3 controls the preconscious mind and there has been a symbol of “strength in unity”.

It is considered the number of harmony, wisdom, and understanding.

It reflects the Preconscious, Conscious, and Subconscious mind. Past, Present, and Future. Birth, Life, and Death. Beginning, Middle, and End. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Faith, Wisdom, and Courage.

The Magnificence of Number 6

Number 6 symbolizes 6 parts of a circle as an actual solution to a problem or risk, by dividing or doubling the previous solution number 3 (divided always by half 0.5) that reflects the present moment as a certainty (3/0.5).

Through the above mechanism by doubling the previous (provable) solution as a (false) certainty or value reflects a clear positive effect of emotions on reasoning performance.

Certainty as number 6 together with the occurrence as number 9 (that something happens or is true as self-certainty), forms the present moment as a reality 6+9=15=1+5=6 digital root, (truthness, self-certainty, or self-affirmation).

Number 6 as a symbol refers to the first or main key of the human value code system that reflects the constant universal reference number “Divine Code” of reality creation as certainty or value.

Number 6 controls the conscious mind. Therefore controls reality through certainty as a present moment.

God created everything in 6 days according to the bible.

Number 6 is the first perfect number to be discovered whose sum factors are equal to the number itself. eg. 6=1x2x3=1+2+3. It doesn’t happen by luck. It happens exactly because of the intervention of consciousness. It refers to an extrinsic (or measured) value.

Augustine (354-430) in The City of God: “Six is a number perfect in itself, and not because God created the world in six days; rather the contrary is true: God created the world in six days because this number is perfect, and it would remain perfect, even if the work of the six days did not exist.”.

Number 6 symbolizes happiness, harmony, and stability.

It is the smallest positive integer which is neither a square number nor a prime number.

Number 6 is a naturally lucky number. Under its energy people live in the present moment and do not worry about the future.

It is a loving, gentle, beautiful, and peaceful number.

Pythagoras also believed that this number signifies love and family responsibilities.

This is also the number of socialization. Number 6 has many significations and can be related to a hexagram that has 6 sides. It is also related to “as a mother” (feminine qualities).

Number 6 is also related to love, nurturing, and protection, emotionally, spirituality, and physically.

The Magnificence of Numbers 0 and 9

Everything in this world is made up of particles and if we go deeper at an even more microscopic level, we reach into the quantum world, that is pure mathematics. All the Living things in this world are made up of cells.

Multicellular organisms are formed by the division of a single cell. A single cell divides into 2 cells, then after their division, we get 4 cells, then 8, 16, 32, 64, and then 128 cells are produced. In this way, the doubling sequence continues and finally, we have a full multicellular organism.

The same exactly happens with consciousness. Each and every human cell or group of cells represents a unit of consciousness. Every cell (or group) as a consciousness unit carries all the inherent characteristics and qualities that form the individual’s personality that makes in turn personal reality.

Number 9 derives from a complete circle or cell (as a risk or problem as a space or value) that divides always in half into 2 equal halves (as a solution to that risk or problem) that results always in the number 9 as a digital root expressed as a measure of distance or lapse of time (an extrinsic or measured value).

Devide 360 in half: 360”/2= 180”+180”=1+8+0+1+8+0=18=1+8=9 (digital root). Devide 180”/2=90”+90”=9+0+9+0=18=1+8=9. Devide 90 in half: 90”/2=45”+45”=4+5+4+5=18=1+8=9, devide 45”/2=22,5+22,5=2+2+5+2+2+5=18=1+8=9 and so on. Actually, as we saw in another article it happens because human consciousness follows the Pace Length of Reality Creation and Existence Phase Cycles going through the 8 lunar major phase cycles.

Also time: minutes/day 1440, speed of light 18628 miles/sec, the diameter of earth 7920 miles, the diameter of sun 864000 miles, the diameter of moon 2160miles, 3600 sec /hour, sec/day 86400, om frequency 432 Hz, and so on, they all have a digital root of 9.

Number 9 refers to the second key of the human (extrinsic or measured) value code system that reflects the constant universal reference number “Divine Code” of the reality existence or occurrence as truths, one of the highest single-digit numbers in demical system, among primates in existence (nine months length of gestation).

Actually, symbol 6 turns gradually as an action to the right until the completion stage while at the very same time symbol 9 gradually turns left to the opposite way of the number 6 measuring the covered by the number 6 distance as time working like an hourglass.

In fact, this happens gradually in stages reflecting exactly the phases of the moon that gives the mechanics and the pace of the procedure mentioned in a previous article.

Evidence that digit 9 refers to a symbol as a reaction to action is the fact that if in any number you replace the zero by nine then there is no change in the digital root of the number: 308=3+0+8=11=1+1=2. Now replace 0 by 9 you get 398=3+9+8=2+0=2 and the opposite 796=7+9+6=2+2=4. Now replace 9 by 0 you get: 706=7+0+6=13=1+3=4.

It becomes obvious that the existence phase cycle of reality creation is represented by the number 9 that is actually the symbol of non-existence bringing together past (3), present (6), and future (0) by improving output performance.

The Role of 3,6,0 and 9 to Consiousness

Numbers 3,6,0 and 9 as symbols represent the belief system of an individual as intrinsic or extrinsic values or truths as parts of the Pace Length of Reality Creation and Existence Phase Cycle of human consciousness.

Number 3 through conscious-unconscious mind symbolizes the action-reaction forces that reflect intrinsic values (preconscious mind) against trues as extrinsic or measured values (subconscious mind). Intrinsic values are totally independent of outside influences while extrinsic values reflect an influence outside of the belief system.

The intrinsic values are compared with these true values to check the accuracy of their measurement. True values are controlled by the senses as desires while values are controlled by emotions as needs.

By the interaction of the action-reaction forces, in the creation of the reality creation phase cycle, true values turn to possibilities (future possible events through the subconscious mind) and intrinsic values turn to probabilities (past facts through the preconscious mind).

After the assessment of the measurement of the level of the risk, probabilities turn to certainties and possibilities to uncertainties.

Probabilities reflect a provable solution (based on past experiences) to a problem or risk and possibilities reflect the future as a possible result of the previous solution experienced as an earthy living experience at present.

Just because number 3 reflects Past, Present, and Future through the Preconscious, Conscious, Subconscious mind, this is the reason that it has been a symbol of “strength in unity” and that’s why it forms a geometrical figure a triangle.

By the intervention of the interaction forces of cause and effect in the reality existence phase cycle, certainties turn to abilities and possibilities turn to responsibilities.

Abilities as strengths, certainties, free will, or rights are represented by a free action under the number 3 as an intrinsic value that eventually turns to number 6 (due to a leap of faith as an extrinsic value) towards the fulfillment or the realization of the desired result as an actual solution.

Responsibilities as weaknesses, uncertainties, or obligations that are represented by a reaction to the previous action under the number 9 as a result that comes to fruition, completion, or into non-existence as a measured or extrinsic value.

This is an ongoing activity under the numbers 6 and 9 that takes place at present moment and it is felt like a space-time continuum.

Number 6 represents an action as a current or an actual solution of a problem or risk assessed from the previous reality creation phase cycle towards its completion. At this phase cycle of reality creation, certainties as abilities reflect the human character of the individual that is in harmony with the values of his belief system.

At the next phase cycle, occurrences as responsibilities reflect the appropriate behavior of an individual. Behavior is in harmony with the truths of his belief system and they are represented by the number 9 as the result of the previous solution as an opposite action (reaction) towards non-existence.

How 3d Reality is Created by Consciousness?

Whenever number 6 appears as an action that represents the creation phase cycle (creation spiral) towards a natural path from the chance to reality (certainty as a real event, self-affirmation, to be) the opposite number 9 follows as a reaction to action (as self-certainty, or self-assurance, to exist) that represents the existence phase cycle (destruction spiral).

Under the influence of number 6 through observation as abilities, an electromagnetic Field is created as a property of space (value), and through overt observation as responsibilities, under the influence of number 9, a motion is caused to the electric charge as a measured value (time) due to the Magnetoelectric Effect.

Number 6 represents space (as an intrinsic value 3 that finally turned to an extrinsic value 6) and number 9 represents time (as a measure against the extrinsic value 6 by carrying also the same mass as number 6).

Number 6 reflects character while number 9 reflects behavior. When they both meet at present as extrinsic values 6 and its measurement 9, they turn to 6 again: 6+9=15=1+5=6 (digital root).

In addition, personality is under the influence of the number 3. Human reality creation is under the influence of number 6. Number 9 influences numbers 3, 6, and 0 (360=3+6+0=9). They always meet together vibrating at their natural frequency at a higher amplitude due to Self-Resonant Frequency at 360 hertz, bringing together past (3), present (6), and future (0) under the frequency of number 9 as an inductor until their vibration increases significantly leading to their damage (complete destruction – Annihilation).

However, the frequency under the number 9 as an existence constitutes also the frequencies of numbers 6,7,8, and 3 (783=7+8+3=15+3=1+5+3=6+3=9) due to the global Electromagnetic Resonance phenomenon Schumann that appears at extremely low frequencies (ELF) of the Earth 7.83 Hz (named after physicist Winfried Otto Schumann). At this stage, resonance is achieved between the objects as they vibrate at their natural frequency.

The whole reality creation phase cycle is under the control of the number 6 as it controls all the other numbers from 1 to 8. However, number 6 derives from a psychological factor (number 3) controlled by the preconscious-conscious mind as physical distance or place. The human reality creation phase leads to a certainty (under number 6) as a real event, self-affirmation based on a false certainty (under the number 3).

Number 9 controls the reality existence phase cycle towards non-existence as a needed step before the next existence phase cycle. It is a physical factor that reflects the measurement of the physical distance as a time of the previous step controlled by the number 6. Number 9 is controlled by the subconscious mind.

Number 6 is the key that controls the universe. Number 6 depends on the number 9 for its accuracy of the occurrence of an object. Whatever comes to fruition (in occurrence) is under the influence of the number 9 (as a digital root). Number 9 actually as a measurement value reflects non-existence due to Self-Resonant Frequency as the ideal output performance mentioned above.

Reality = Reality Creation Phase Cycle (Order) + Reality Existence Phase Cycle (Dissorder) = Certainty (under the frequency of number 6) + Occurence (under the frequency of number 9).

Occurrence as a number 9 always reflects non-existence. Number 9 reflects an emotion. So time is also an emotion or an illusion. Existence is an illusion. In addition, creation is also a feeling. Certainty is just a gut feeling. Reality reflects truthness, self-certainties, or self-affirmations. A state of being on the basis of evidence (one who bears witness).

The Role of Collors To Consciousness

At present, Antiparticle-Particle Pairs meet in stages through human character (chances of occurring or possibilities that turn to responsibilities as frequency) and behavior (their levels of occurring or probabilities that turn to abilities as the intensity).

One of the first things about quantum mechanics is that particles have a wavelength, and thus a frequency. This means basically the particle oscillates, even if it doesn’t move, with a frequency of 9 directly linked to its mass, while antiparticles reflect their (equivalent) density, increasing from 3 to 6. Frequency is measured in hertz.

What happens to frequency and wavelength when density increases? As density increases, the frequency will also increase, resulting in a faster velocity. As waves travel into the denser medium, they slow down and the wavelength decreases. The wave is slower but the wavelength is shorter.

Shorter wavelengths will have higher frequencies. Given the increase in frequencies due to the Self-Resonant Frequency and because of the subsequent decrease in the range of the wavelengths it finally leads to the conversion of mass into energy, electromagnetic radiation, or waves through annihilation from creation and existence (order) to non-existence (disorder).

Light or visible light is electromagnetic radiation within the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that is perceived by the human eye. Wavelength is directly related to the frequency of a given waveform. The visible spectrum in humans is associated with wavelengths that range from 380 to 740 nm—a very small distance since a nanometer (nm) is one-billionth of a meter.

Electromagnetic waves are typically described by any of the following three physical propertiesfrequency (f), wavelength (λ), and intensity (I). The primary properties of visible light are intensity, direction, frequency or wavelength, and polarization.

After annihilation takes place, particles turn to the velocity of light or range of wavelengths and antiparticles turn to the intensity of light or power of light. The retina of our eyes through cones detect the primary colors red, blue, and yellow as wavelengths and rods let us see things in black, white, and grey.  Objects appear in different colors, but actually, they don’t have a color, they give off light that appears to be a color.

The primary properties of visible light are intensity, direction, frequency of wavelength, and polarization. Objects appear in different colors because they absorb some colors as wavelengths that are reflected or transmitted. The retina of our yes contains two types of photoreceptors rods and cones. Cones detect color and rods let us see things in black, white, and grey. 

Visible light is usually defined as having wavelengths that mean a frequency range. Humans being trichromatic, contain three types of color receptor cells or cones. Each wavelength is a particular light like the primary colors red, blue, and green. Each color or wavelength applies to the preconscious, conscious, and subconscious mind.

Visible light is usually defined as having wavelengths that mean a frequency range. Humans being trichromatic, contain three types of color receptor cells or cones. Each wavelength is a particular light like the primary colors red, blue, and green. Each color or wavelength applies to the preconscious, conscious, and subconscious mind.

Wavelengths as colors are inversely proportional to frequency and the color sequence gets reversed and is controlled by the subconscious mind (due to magnetoelectric effect) reflected by the preconscious-conscious mind.

They are also controlled by brightness by the preconscious mind (due to the electromagnetic field) and are transmitted to the subconscious-conscious mind.

The preconscious – subconscious mind, as wavelengths (colors) and their density (brightness), are both controlled and combined by the conscious mind under the “Divine Code” number 6 as frequency.

The Impact of The Way of Thinking

Critical and analytical thinking is a human-centered design thinking approach as it takes place on the conscious part of the mind in stages, where critical thinking always precedes analytical thinking.

Critical thinking is used in order to evaluate, inform and interpret what to believe to be right or wrong and is self-directed, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking. Under this thinking style, the thinker always takes into account a whole circle as a problem or risk that divides always in half (1/2) as a procedure towards the solution.

Through critical thinking, a thought splits into action-reaction forces under the influence of the number 1 as action and 2 as a reaction that outweighs each other as equal and opposite forces (1 divided by 1/2 equals 2 parts of 0.5. One part as a whole circle plus two equal parts of this circle, it makes a total of three parts).

Number 3 refers always to a provable solution as a false certainty not yet in existence. Whether we double or half the numbers, if we start with number 3, we get numbers 3 and 6 only.

Even if we double or half the numbers starting from number 6, we will get the same numbers 3 and 6 every time. But surprisingly even this time 9 is absent in the sequence.

This happens because as we saw number 3 as a symbol is the graphical reproduction of an 8 cut vertically into halves of two halves of a circle. Number 6 represents the sum of the pieces of the circle after the division takes place (four halves of a circle, one circle, and one circumference of the circle combined them all together as a new coherent circle).

Critical thinking triggers at the same time the analytical thinking, as cause under the influence of the number 6, and effect under the number 9, that draw to each other and by their meeting, they cause light perceived as personality (character and behavior) and then as a coherent personal reality.

They both use facts but for different purposes. In analytical thinking facts, are used to build information and support evidence that leads to a logical solution by always dividing the provable solution or false certainty under the number 3 by half (0.5).

This happens in order to continuously stimulate logic (the conscious mind) as mechanically is the same as multiplying the provable solution or false certainty by 2 turning it into an actual solution (certainty or experience) as reinforced ability under the number 6 (3/0.5=6) as well as the subsequent responsibility under the number 9 by pushing the whole procedure into a higher and higher stage or state of bliss awareness.

Both types of thinking use the dividing process of a whole circle by diving in the first case of critical thinking always in half (1/2) and in the second case of analytical thinking by dividing the previous parts deriving from the previous division under the critical thinking by half (0.5) in order to come to a final solution or certainty under the number 6 and the subsequent result or occurrence under the number 9.

Bliss as pure awareness is where certainty as a solution, happiness or truth, and occurrence as value, result, or meaning, converge (6+9=15=1+5=6). Therefore bliss under the resonance of the numbers 6 and 9 is both a feeling of oneness and an emotion of connectedness with the universe and all of creation. Pure or absolute bliss awareness is actually a state of unity, transcendence, completeness, knowingness, wholeness, and uplifted consciousness.

In Conclusion

As we also saw in the previous article digits 0,1,3,6,8,9 are used as numbers and as symbols at the same time. Numbers 3,6,0 and 9 as symbols represent the belief system of an individual as parts of the Pace Length of Reality Creation and Existence Phase Cycle of human consciousness.

Human consciousness as a state of being aware of or responsive to others follows a specific procedure by utilizing the above numbers 3,6,0 and 9 as symbols that refer to the human value code system that reflects, in turn, the constant universal reference numbers “Divine Code” of reality creation and existence phase cycles.

These cycles finally lead into reality as a state of mind of having both existences as certainties and occurrences as substances. Actually, we talk about wavelengths as colors and their brightness controlled by the preconscious-conscious-subconscious mind due to electromagnetic field and the subsequent magnetoelectric effect caused by annihilation and controlled by the numbers 3,6,0 and 9 respectively, described above in detail.

By summarizing, finally the conscious mind under numbers 6 and 9 controls the whole procedure, all colors and their brightness turning them into objects and in this way influences both certainties (as real events, self-affirmation, to be) and occurrences (as a self-certainties or self-assurance, to exist) through the appropriate character and behavior traits, that form the human personality that makes, in turn, the personal reality.

Therefore bliss under the resonance of the number 6 is both a feeling of oneness and an emotion of connectedness with the universe and all of creation. Numbers 3 through the preconscious mind and 9 through the subconscious mind, as wavelengths (colors) and their density (brightness), are both controlled and combined by the conscious mind under the “Divine Code” number 6.

Augustine in The City of God with his statement of the special significance of number 6 as a “Divine Code” by recalling NikolaTesla’s words mentioned above (besides the rest of the numbers 0,3 and 9), proves to be partly right.

The reason is that the number 3 governs the creation while 6 controls the existence of our universe. However, the creation phase cycle precedes the existence phase cycle. But as we saw real events as certainties under the number 6 as a “Divine Code” are based on false certainties under the number 3.

Number 3 proves to be the main key of the “Divine Code” that governs our universe. Reality existence as behavior is just a reflection of the human character based on values as false certainties. Number 6 controls reality as a secondary key of the “Divine Code” based on number 3.

Destiny as (false) certainties towards the solutions to problems or risks under the numbers 3 and 6 bearing positive effects of emotions on reasoning performance and occurrences under the numbers 0 and 9 (due to Self-Resonant Frequency) constitute the basis of evidence of the results to the solutions of the problems or risks that form a human personality that creates in turn personal reality through a mosaic of colors experienced as a pure bliss awareness on the present moment (due to the Electromagnetic Resonance phenomenon Schumann).

In fact, as we finally realize personal reality as a byproduct of human consciousness through both critical and analytical types of thinking, besides as it consists of a constant struggle against higher levels of pure or absolute bliss awareness, is a vanity that blinds us to our own blindness.

Consciousness & Lunar Cycles

Reality Creation Phase Cycle

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Chance is the occurrence of events in the absence of any obvious intention or cause.

A possibility of something happening.

Risk is a situation involving exposure to danger.

A choice is an act of choosing between two or more possibilities.

Certainty is the quality of being reliably true.

Truth is a fact or belief that is accepted as true. The quality or state of being true.

Uncertainty may range from a falling short of certainty to an almost complete lack of conviction or knowledge, especially about an outcome or result.

An event is a thing that happens or takes place, especially one of importance.

Probability is the state of being probable. In mathematics is the extent to which an event is likely to occur, measured by the ratio of the favorable cases to the whole number of cases possible.

Probability is the branch of mathematics concerning numerical descriptions of how likely an event is to occur, or how likely it is that a proposition is true. The probability of an event is a number between 0 and 1, where, roughly speaking, 0 indicates the impossibility of the event and 1 indicates certainty.

The possibility is something that may be true or might occur or something that can be chosen from among a series of choices. If there is a 50-50 chance.

Reality Existence Phase Cycle

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Ability is the physical and mental power to do or accomplish something. Ability reflects foresight.

Responsibility is the state of being or the quality of being responsible. A duty to deal with something. Responsibility reflects insight.

Occurrence is the fact or frequency of something happening.

An event is something that happens or is regarded as happening. Something that occurs in a certain place during a particular interval of time. However, an Event is not an occurrence in this sense. Event is the cause as a trigger or density while occurrence is the effect as a result or frequency.

Reality is a real event, entity. The quality or state of being real and/or having existence or substance. Reality is the cause and its effect taking place together at the same moment. To be and to exist at the moment as space-time, price of something and its intrinsic value, foresight, and insight, right, and duty, free will, and fatalism. In fact, what we think of as objective reality is not so objective. We perceive reality through a cause-and-effect analytical thinking style, as a space-time continuum.

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The Impact of Personal Values

Price is an intrinsic measure of value. The quantity that is exchanged or demanded in barter or sale of another. Price is exchanging goods for goods. It reflects efficiency in exchanging the most limited resources (energy, time, or money) to gain the most possible results (value). It’s the exchange amount based on the exchange rate of a good or service based on a win-loose situation.

Intrinsic Value: Standards of principles. One’s judgment of what is important in life. Intrinsic values are totally independent of outside influences. Intrinsic value reflects time and energy spend as density.

Extrinsic Value: Standards of behaviors. It is a reflection of the worth, utility, the effectiveness of an exchange or a purchase. It is based mostly on a win-win situation and reflects the quality.

Values are personal. The value of a good or service is determined by the demand for it. It is actually what the exchange rate measures. It reflects the most valuable things in life like love, happiness, bliss, courage, intellect, purpose, a legacy.

Among them the most important personal value is bliss. It is a state of unity, transcendence, completeness, knowingness, wholeness, and uplifted consciousness. Bliss is a feeling of oneness and connection with all of creation. It is the eternal, forever unchanging reality that permeates the universe. Bliss is where happiness, meaning, and truth converge.

From the above, we can conclude that if we try to convert price not as a measure but rather as a true or extrinsic value towards its intrinsic value mentioned above, the extrinsic value of human good is not equivalent to its intrinsic value.

It happens because intrinsic values depend on one’s judgment of what is important in life. In addition, intrinsic values are totally independent of outside influences while extrinsic values reflect an influence outside of the belief system.

As a result, probabilities as certainties or intrinsic values are not equivalent to possibilities or uncertainties and to their extrinsic values. It is like converting probabilities to possibilities, or certainties to uncertainties. The exchange rate that is the true or extrinsic value or price for the purpose of conversion to its subsequent intrinsic value, is 1 to 0,5 and its equivalent intrinsic value is 2 (1/0.5).

The Pace Length of Reality Creation and Existence

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The pace is a single step taken when walking or running. A consistent pace means running each mile in more or less the same amount of time or energy.

Pace length: Is a unit of length of a double step. Pace length reflects a light wave as space and frequency, time, and intensity at the same time that is the reflection of the division rate of a human cell (eg the previous number of cells divided always by half for each one step). 0.5 is the standard exchange rate for each division for every number of cells for each step.

Numbers and Symbols: We have to distinguish between numbers and symbols we use to represent numbers. A number is a mathematical quantity. Symbols symbolize quantities. Digits 0,1,3,6,8,9 are used as numbers and as symbols at the same time. Digits 2,4,5,7 are used solely as numbers. Number 2 is symbolized and represented by symbol 8. Symbol 9 controls symbols 3 and 6. Symbol 6 controls symbol 3. Numbers 1,2,4 are symbolized and represented by symbol 3. Numbers 8,7 and 5 are symbolized and represented by symbol 6. Symbol 6 represents all numbers from 1 to 8. Symbol 9 represents all numbers from 0 to 9.

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The number 180 is translated as a full circle divided into two (equal) halves by two antipodal points (antipodal points on a circle are 180 degrees apart).

Number 1 as a symbol symbolizes certainty as a belief or truth as a provable solution to a similar or known problem or risk in the past, considering it as an entire piece (comes full circle) or a fact.

Number 8 as a symbol represents the graphical reproduction of the two halves of a circle, as a result of the solution of the previous problem or risk (1:1/2 = 0.5). It is also represented by the number 2 as a quantity (two equal parts).

Number 0 as a symbol symbolizes always the (empty) image of a full circle as a future event (circle circumference).

The number 360 is translated as a full circle divided into four (equal) halves by two pairs of antipodal points crossing vertically.

Number 3 as a number is derived from the sum of the previous number 1 and the number 2. Number 3 is also the graphical reproduction of what is remained when the number 8 as a symbol is cut vertically (halves of two halves of a circle).

Number 6 as a number and as a symbol at the same time represents and symbolizes the total sum of the degrees apart of the two pairs of the antipodal points as an act of the complete rotation of a radius when it comes full circle (moving to the right fulfilling a whole circle).

Number 9 as a number and as a symbol of the measurement of the previous sum (represented by number 6) represents and symbolizes at the same time exactly the opposite as the reverse action of the complete rotation of a radius when it comes empty circle (moving to the left emptying or erasing a whole circle).

Number 3 as a symbol represents certainty as a provable solution while number 6 symbolizes certainty as an actual solution (3 / 0.5). Number 9 as a symbol represents occurrence as a result of the previous step reflecting a future event.

Number 0 as a symbol symbolizes again the (empty) image of a full circle (zero) as a future event representing completion and subsequent continuity of a new reality creation-existence phase cycle into perpetuity).

Numbers 0 and 9 as symbols both represent a future event.

Zero reflects the outer space as a circle circumference while nine reflects the inner space of a circle as a measure of empty space.

Nine represents time as a measure of the distance between antipodal points of the circle circumference as an occurrence.

They both reflect an end, completeness, nothingness, or emptiness.

The way Consciousnes and Lunar Phase Cycles Relate

The full moon reflects exactly the pace length of reality creation and existence and works as a role model for the mechanics of a person’s awareness or perception of something as a mental procedure. The full moon shows its face to Earth about once a month or almost.  Most of the time, the full moon isn’t perfectly full. We always see the part or face of the Moon, but only a part of it is in shadow. Only when the Moon, Earth, and the sun are perfectly aligned is the Moon 100% full, and that alignment produces a lunar eclipse. Sometimes once in a blue moon, the Moon is full twice in a month or four times in a season. 

The phases of the moon are the different ways the Moon looks from Earth over about a month. A phase is an angle of the Moon to the earth so it appears differently every day. As the Moon orbits around the Earth, the half of the Moon that faces the Sun will be lit up. The different shapes of the lit portion of the Moon that can be seen from Earth are known as phases of the Moon. The phases will always occur over the same half of the Moon’s surface. Each phase repeats itself every 29.5 days.

The Moon influences the water element internally. According to science, our body is on average 60% water, with the heart and brain 73%, lungs about 83%, kidneys and muscles 79%, while bones contain 31% water.

Therefore, the Moon influences our autonomic physiology, conscious – unconscious, and preconscious – subconscious mind, psychology, sleep, as much as our lifestyle does. A study published in Current Biology gathered the first scientifically measured Evidence that the Lunar Cycle Influences Human Sleep.

The Moon goes through 8 major phases. The 8 moon phases in order are New moon, Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, Full moon, Waning Gibbous, Last Quarter, and finally Waning Crescent. Number 6 reflects the opposite phases as an act (creation spiral) between a New moon when the Moon cannot be seen towards the phase of a Full moon when we can see the entire lit portion of the Moon (waxing moon, it reflects order).

The same happens with the 6 parts of a circle of Reality Existence Phase Cycle reflecting Occurrence as Present (3/0.5).

However, number 9 as a symbol of a measure controls the Self-Resonant Frequency and symbolizes exactly the opposite of symbol 6 (upside down as a procedure in reverse – disorder) and it is translated as the complete act of a radius moving backward to the left erasing or emptying a full circle with all its inherent components by eliminating gradually its intensity of brightness (turn it gradually from light to dark).

Number 9 as a symbol signals the result of an opposite act (destruction spiral) of emptying or erasing instead of creating or fulfilling a full circle (waning moon between a full moon and a new moon), at the last phase (9th phase) where the impact of number 9 as a symbol is equal to 0 (an empty circle – a circle circumference) as nothingness or emptiness as the end of the lunar phase cycle.

The 9th phase represents the ultimate phase as a waning crescent moon when the Moon looks like a crescent and the crescent decreases (“wanes”) in size from one day to the next.

In fact numbers 6 and 9 appear always in pairs as the cause (action as an electromagnetic field) and effect (reaction to action as a magnetoelectric effect) representing a space-time continuum. The moon is at the same time full and empty or light (space as value) and dark (time as a measured value) moving gradually from one state to another at the same pace, due to the electromagnetic field and the subsequent magnetoelectric effect.

Number 6 also results as a Reality that comes to fruition. That is the Reality Existence Phase Cycle reflecting as a Present Moment or Personal Reality (Certainty as a provable solution + Occurrence as a result = 6+9=15=1+5=6 digital root).

The remained 2 phases are the full moon and the last quarter themselves. These 2 phases correspond to the 2 parts of a circle as a Result, Present, or Occurrence (1/0.5) of the Reality Creation Phase Cycle.

But how it comes to number 9 as a symbol to symbolize both reality existence or everything and nothingness or emptiness at the same time? This happens due to the annihilation that occurs which is the mutual conversion of a particle and antiparticle of their entire mass into electromagnetic radiation or light waves (see above the Pace Length of Reality Creation and Existence and the Pace Length of Reality Creation and Existence Phase Cycle).

We can conclude that whenever we recall the numbers as measures of length of space such as the diameter of earth 7.920 miles, the diameter of the sun 864.000 miles, the diameter of the moon 2.160 miles, and so on, they all have a digital root of 9 meaning that it reflects their intensity as a measure. However, their mass as particles is equal to their mass as antiparticles before annihilation.

Whatever we actually see or observe is already created and is pure light and not mass as space and time as we believe that is present in the previous phases of creation. Before annihilation certainty is equal to occurrence equal to 6 because of their mass (6+9=15=6). So the reality is felt as certainty or truthiness or self-assurance (to be) and not as occurrence or self-certainty (to exist).

In Conclusion

According to Reality Creation and Existence Diagram above at present moment we perceive reality through a cause-and-effect analytical thinking style, as a space-time continuum.

The phases of the moon reflect exactly the Pace Length of Reality Creation and Existence Phase Cycle and work as a role model for the mechanics of the human consciousness as a mental procedure.

Reality is the cause and the effect taking place together at the same time. When certainties are brought from the past to the present moment and felt as real events they are governed by the energy of the number 6 as an act as intensity.

Also the same happens with the occurrence that is actually the frequency under which facts are taking place on the spot. Occurrences are also governed by the energy of the number 9 as a Self-Resonant Frequency.

At the present moment certainties as antiparticles or solutions (to be) and occurrences as particles or results (to exist) before annihilation takes place both co-coincide under the energy of the number 6 (6+9=15=6 digital root).

Number 6 also as a number and as a symbol of an act governs all the numbers from 1 to 8 except the number 9 which governs itself and all the other numbers (from 1 to 8).

Numbers 0 and 9 both symbolize the end phase or the completion of a complete cycle. They obviously both symbolize the final phase before annihilation takes place and reflect the future as potential. From creation and existence (creation spiral or order) to non-existence (distraction spiral or disorder).

Therefore number 6 is the main key to creation and reflects human character as a cause while 9 is a secondary key that influences the existence of the universe reflecting a human behavior as an effect.

They both govern all reality brought to the present moment where everyone breathes, feels, and aspires.

How Does Matter Antimatter Differ?

In this article, we will answer questions on how the human mind perceives, organizes, interprets, and expresses information turning it into the matter as a personal reality, through a cohered and systemic approach:

Questions such as:

What is matter-antimatter? How do they differ?
How are matter-antimatter attracted to each other?
What happens if antimatter touches matter and how they react?
What is matter-antimatter annihilation energy?
How matter-antimatter is related to the vision system and how they affect personal reality through personality?
How the human thinking process creates personal reality and what is the role of the geographic and geomagnetic poles?
What is gravity-antigravity?
How to discover your true potential and life purpose?
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Human Vision System

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There exist two types of vision. One is oriented towards the north geomagnetic pole (describing the magnetic field observed at Earth’s surface) and concerns observation. There are two types of observation qualitative and quantitive through the senses. Through it, the objects and the earthly environment are arranged by their length and height by the observer.

The second vision type is oriented towards the geographic north pole (that occurs near but distinct from the north magnetic pole), and by shifting the above image it rearranges the earthy environment and the objects by their width and depth and transforms them into an earthly living experience here on planet Earth, including the observer himself, through overt observation.

This creates the frame through which stereoscopic vision creates the illusion of three-dimensional reality by arranging and re-arranging objects in a slightly different way at the same time (through two similar but slightly different images one for each eye) sorting them by their level of importance (chances and levels of occurrence) to the observer creating length (space) and its reflection, height (topologically, as a cause) and width (time) and its reflection, depth (chronologically, as an effect) as a coherent space-time or cause-effect continuum.

Actually, planet earth is not the spherical compact body as we perceive it through our senses but an energy space as a result of the existence of human consciousness and the cyclical or dualistic way of human thinking. The constant alternation between the two poles (actual magnetic and geomagnetic) creates the illusion of movement through the action-reaction and interaction forces, cause, and effect. Indeed, planet earth and our physical environment consists the result of a constant human effort to control and adapt the environment to its own capabilities (needs as reactions) and desires (wands as actions).

In fact, it is simply a mechanism that combines the past and the future into the present moment and the abilities, qualities, or rights (as a reaction towards past, as probabilities, solutions, or facts) with responsibilities, virtues, or duties (as an action towards future possibilities, occurrences, results or events) into the co-coincidences or succession of coincident facts (antimatter) with events (matter) as a new State of Mind (present, now), bearing no more risks (creating feelings or emotions of success, contentment, joy, happiness or bliss).

In modern physics, antimatter is defined as matter (the substance of which a physical object is composed) that is composed of the antiparticles (or “partners”) of the corresponding particles of “ordinary” matter (such as an electron and a positron).

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Whenever antimatter meets matter then annihilation occurs, and electromagnetic energy is released (a form of energy that is reflected or emitted from objects in the form of electrical and magnetic waves that can travel through space). Especially the mutual conversion of a particle and antiparticle the entire mass of both particles is converted into electromagnetic radiation or light waves (the entire mass of both particles is converted into pure energy). In fact, most of the light in the universe is invisible to our eyes.

The light waves that derive from their interaction by carrying information make our personal reality available as we perceive it and is actually a mental procedure taking place in two stages: firstly due to the split of the original thought into matter and antimatter (through action-reaction forces) and secondly due to annihilation mentioned above (through the interaction electromagnetic forces cause and effect).

Action (I)Cause (III)Reaction (II)Effect (IV)
OptimisticTrustingPessimisticEnvious
ConsciousPreconscious UnconsciousSubconscious
Sight, Hearing, Smell, Taste, TouchMain Character Traits (Observation, Agreeableness, Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion)Neuroticism (Tendency Towards Anxiety, Depression, Self Doubt, Anger)Main Behavioral Traits (Overt Observation, Dependability, Accountability, Passion To Achieve Goals, Citizenship)
Magnetic Field of Force (Love, Senses)Electromagnetic Field, a Property of Space, Electric Polarization, Efficiency (Optimum Results, Kind, Active Imagination, Sensitivity, Assertiveness, Being Careful, Hard Working, Goal Oriented…)Electric Field of Force (Fear, Emotions, Illusions)Magnetization, Magnetoelectric Effect, Effectiveness (Maximum Output, Able, Trustworthy, Reliable, Open, Honest, Fairness, Willingness to Accept Responsibility…)
Concepts, Thoughts, Truths, Faith, ConcernQualities or Rights, ObservationValues, Ideas, DoubtVirtues or Duties, Overt Observation
SpiritualPsychologicalEmotionalPhysical
Internal EnvironmentReflection of Internal Environment, Antiparticles, Antimmater, AntigravityExternal EnvironmentReflection of External Environment, Particles, Matter, Gravity
HeavenEarth
Action ForceCreation as Electromagnetic Field, Cause as Electromagnetic ForceReaction ForceExistence as Magnetoelectric, Effect of the externally applied electric or magnetic field
Reality (Receive
as a Present Moment), To Be, a Property of Space, Frequency
Reality (Perceive, Catch a Motion), To Exist, Time, Intensity
Completion, Electromagnetic Interaction Force, Electromagnetic Radiation, LightPerfection, Magnetoelectric, Effect by the externally applied electric field and the modification is detected by the change of the net magnetic moment
Suitable
Behavioral Traits
Character (Reflection of Behavior Tied to Qualitative Character Traits)Qualitative
Character
Traits
Behavior (Reflection of Character Adopted to Suitable Behavioral Traits)
Future (As Possibility)Reality (Reflection of Past at Present Moment as Ability, Attribute or Quality, Fact)Past (As Probability)Reality (Reflection of Future to Present Moment as Responsibility)
Types of Human Personalities Affecting Personal Reality or Matter

One vision is focused on the past and the other on the future. At their base, where they meet, they create the present moment and the 3D environment. Observation and overt observation create the environment including the observer himself as an innate part of the image. When the system is in inaction (equilibrium point) it is always oriented to the western magnetic pole (not northern) where the magnetic compass rotates.

The western magnetic pole (an actual magnetic pole that is placed on the western side of the north geographic pole that is located on the polar ice cap) even though always moves along the movement of the actual magnetic poles according to magnetic changes is always rotated towards Love as a precondition of the orientation of the mind (Love as a predominant powerful State of Mind).

The Human Thinking Proccess

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In fact, there is no movement at all. Movement is an illusion of place and time caused by the constant shift in consciousness between geomagnetic and geographic poles. Geomagnetic poles reflect action-reaction as antipodal points (antipodal points on a circle are 180 degrees apart) and geographic poles are the opposite points of interaction forces cause and effect. Each stimulus concerns an internal process as there is no external intervention. Everything happens internally and the conscious mind is always oriented by default towards the future expressed as love and possibilities.

By definition when the conscious mind is directed towards the future the unconscious mind is directed towards the past. When there is a stimulus or problem because of the risks with the greater chances of happening or being true (probabilities), as a reaction towards a provable solution to eliminating their impact (based on past experiences), they combine with suitable behavioral traits and they turn to abilities, qualities, or rights (preconscious mind) and then to the optimum level of the appropriate character (most efficient to the case mental and moral qualities) adapted to the most efficient handling of the most limited resources (including personal time and energy).

At the same moment risks as chances of occurring or being true (possibilities), after their assessment of the level of the risk, combined with qualitative character traits as a possible action towards the future, they turn to the appropriate to the case at hand most effective behavior (the most effective to the case way in which one acts or conducts oneself, especially towards others) maximizing the possible results (responsibilities, virtues, or duties – subconscious mind). Whenever there come the anticipating results (maximum possible results by deploying the most limited probable resources) the conscious mind will return to its original state of equilibrium oriented towards the magnetic west (Love).

Nature of Personal Reality and Personality

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In this way, through the mental continuous movement along the two poles and the constant alternation between the magnetic and the geographical poles as invisible electric and magnetic fields of force, an Electromagnetic Field is created as a property of space that caused the motion of an electric charge due to Magnetoelectric Effect.

Antiparticles are formed naturally by a large accumulation of energy and Particle-Antiparticle Pairs are produced spontaneously. They have the same mass as one another but opposite electric charges and therefore attract each other. As their charges are opposite, the total charge is conserved, and when they meet they annihilate disappearing in a burst of light.

When energy transforms into mass both matter and antimatter are created in equal amounts. As a result of the dualistic way of thinking (critical and analytical), the illusion of length and height (antimatter), width and depth (matter), and motion, as a 3d reality is created and comes to existence at their central meeting point where the earthly geographical and magnetic poles both meet.

Observation arranges objects in space through the senses and overt observation rearranges them in time through emotions. At their meeting point, the objects are arranged and rearranged by length, width, height, and depth, including the observer himself. The reality (creation and existence) now co-coincide with personal identity and they both create personal reality (antimatter-matter as a space-time continuum) through personality as a coherent Electromagnetic Field.

The consequences of the co-coincidence of the above forces cause and effect due to observation and overt observation are antigravity and gravity. Because of gravity as a consequence of the existence of matter our planet Earth keeps an orbit around the Sun. It holds down the atmosphere and the air we need to breathe and make the living experience possible. Gravity pulls on mass but also on the light. Antigravity is used in order to balance gravity and owns its existence to the antimatter as a cause.

What is the Difference Between Chance, Probability and Possibility?

The main difference between chance, possibility, and probability. Chance is an unpredictable occurrence. The word possibility is derived from the Latin word possibilitas which means able to be done. Probability is most often used when talking about something that has a greater chance of occurring. The word probability is derived from the Latin word probabilitas, which means provable.

Possibilities and probabilities are similar in meaning, but there is a slight difference. Probability: The level of possibility of something happening or being True. Uncertainty or false certainty, ambition or aspiration. Possibility: A chance that something may happen or be True. Event, certainty, or truth as actuality. They both have to correspond to the belief system in order to be perceived and experienced by the individual.

Chances after their level of assessment as uncertainties or risks they come to the creation of reality as abilities through observation. Abilities reflect the level of possibilities or chances but not certainties (probabilities). Through overt observation (also known as a disclosed observation as the participants given their permission for their behavior to be observed), they come to the existence of reality as responsibilities (a reflection of the chances of possibilities that something may happen or being true as self-certainties or occurrences). Their meeting point is truthness, self-certainties, or self-affirmations. Whatever is true remains and is experienced. What is wrong or fake is failed or rejected.

The higher the chances that something may happen to be true, the lower the level of possibilities (causes) of something happening or being true. The lower the chances that something may happen to be true, the higher the implications (effects) that something may happen to be true (chances of occurring or being true and levels of the causes and effects of possibilities or level of possibilities that something may happen to be true are inversely proportional). However, probabilities and possibilities either as causes – effects or abilities – responsibilities, always break even.

Feelings and emotions are the tools and consciousness through character and behavior is the mechanism. You have to believe in your strengths and know your weakness in order for true potential (personal, social) to be employed, noticed, or realized. It is a trial to some degree. It depends on the level of awareness or consciousness of yourself and the world around you. That makes a cyclical way of thinking or logic in rounds. Inputs – Outputs – Inputs. Feelings, emotions – character, behavior – feelings, emotions. Emotions motivate behaviors and behaviors create new emotions.

Possibility = The State or Fact of being Possible = The Chance that Something may be True

Probability = Something is possible but not Certain = The Level of Something being True

Abilities = Probabilities (Provable Solutions) + Suitable Behavioral Traits (The Most Efficient to the Case Way in Which One Acts or Conducts Oneself, Through Observation)

Responsibilities = Possibilities (Able to be Done) + Qualitative Character Traits (The Most Effective to the Case Mental and Moral Qualities, Through Overt Observation)

Geographic North Pole = Abilities = Intensity of Light = Wavelenght = Amplitude = Cause = Height

Geographic South Pole = Responsibilities = Velocity of Light = Range of Wavelenghts = Frequency = Effect = Depth

Magnetic West = Love = Possibilities = Chance = Space = Length

Electric East = Fear = Probabilities = Level = Time = Width

Human Centered Design Thinking

Critical thinking is used in order to evaluate, inform and interpret what to believe to be right or wrong. The thinker employs reasoning to come to a conclusion or form an opinion. It takes outside information into the account. The thinker explores other elements that could be of influence. Is self-directed, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking.

Analytical thinking is a thinking style that enables the thinker to break down information into a series of comprehensive data. It represents a cause-and-effect style of looking at a problem such as understanding the relationship between them by asking questions and by using analytical thinking skills to tie the answers together.

They both look at facts but use them for different purposes. In analytical thinking facts, are used to build information and support evidence that leads to a logical solution. Critical thinking uses facts to determine a belief and form an opinion or decide whether something makes sense. The analysis of facts is to form a judgment.

Critical and analytical thinking is a human-centered design thinking approach as it takes place on the conscious part of the mind in stages where critical thinking always precedes analytical thinking. In this way chances and their levels as the main properties of occurring of possibilities that something may happen or be true, turn to pure electromagnetic energy or waves described by three physical properties: frequency (f), wavelength (λ), and intensity (I), matching exactly the main properties of the occurring of possibilities mentioned above (chances of occurring or possibilities as frequency or velocity of light or range of wavelengths and their levels of occurring or probabilities as the intensity of light or power of light).

In the first place thought (a concern or opinion produced by thinking, or occurring suddenly in the mind) splits into action-reaction forces (through critical thinking) that outweigh each other as equal and opposite forces while triggering at the same time the interaction electromagnetic forces through analytical thinking (cause as a perception – creation, and effect as an expression – existence), that draw to each other and by their meeting (the combination of particles and its antiparticles that results in the subsequent total conversion of the particles into energy) they cause light and the creationexpression of personality (character and behavior) as a coherent personal reality.

True potential and Life Purpose

It’s important to do the things you love and enjoy using limited time and energy. Full-time activities. To find your passions. The true meaning of your life. The sooner you find your life purpose the greater the outcome will be for you.

Your life will become full of joy satisfaction, excitement, passion, energy, and self-expression. For every opportunity that comes your way, you will understand which is your path and destination. Aligning with your goals you will become more focused and efficient.

The process is to find your true passions when you define them you should continue by defining your life’s purpose and creating the personal vision, mission, and goals.

Why Perception and Reality Don’t Always Match Up

This article describes perception and reality as a process of cause-effect, a reflection of space-time, as ongoing cognitive, psychological, emotional, and physical factors of Actions-Reactions and the way the human mind receives, perceives, expresses, acts, and reacts through the three fundamental dimensions of reality expressed in the 4-dimensional Euclidian space: width, length, height, and depth.

We will answer questions such as:

How do we describe Perception and Reality and how do they relate?
Psychology of Perception vs Reality and the role of the Belief System
Does Perception Affect Reality and How?
Is Perception a Reality or Not?
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The 4 Levels of Self-awareness of Perception and Reality

The above describes the 4 levels of self-awareness of Human Consciousness of perception and reality.

Reality Expressed in the 4-Dimensional Euclidian Space

The first two levels of human Consciousness of perception and reality are the Space and Time dimensions (spiritual and emotional body) while the other two levels are the reflection of Space and Time (Space-Time) dimensions (psychological and physical body).

The underlying forces for Space and Time dimensions are Action-Reaction and for their reflection (Space-Time) are the CauseEffect (Interaction forces) through the Electromagnetic Field.

Perception and Reality

Actually, the world as we perceive it has three dimensions of reality expressed by three-dimensional shapes: length, width, and height. We are 3D creatures living in a 3D world but our eyes show us only two dimensions.

The depth we all see or we think that we see is merely a trick that our minds through our senses have learned to observe as a byproduct of our evolution through our eyes and sight.

The perception of depth is an illusion that comes from the mind’s ability to put together two images (Image1 and its reflection as shown in the graph above) in such a way as to extrapolate depth. This is known as stereoscopic vision. When two images are assembled in our mind (brain) they are interpreted as depth.

Actually, stereoscopic vision consists of two vision systems that work in parallel. Both are fed by the same two sensors, the eyeballs, yet they serve different functions.

One system is responsible for visual perception and is necessary for identifying objects (3d shapes: length, width, and height) independent of their apparent size or location in our visual field.

The other is responsible for action: it transforms visual input into the movements of our eyes, hands, and legs (by turning visual inputs to outputs creating a visual illusion of the 4th dimension, depth). We consciously experience only the former, but we depend for our survival on both.

Our conscious perception of the world, although relatively stable, is not static. We are not able to be completely objective, even in our most ordinary observations and impressions.

Phychology of Perception vs Reality

4-Dimensional Euclidian Space – Reality Creation and Existence

Our awareness of the objects around us is informed and regulated by any number of transient factors – our levels of strength and energy, our sense of confidence, our fears, and our desires. Being human means seeing the world through your own, constantly changing lenses.

Our thoughts are influenced by what we see, hear, feel touch, and taste as well as blogs, books, music, movies, and memories. Our thoughts (through thinking and cognitive skills) create our beliefs (belief system), which to some degree form or affect our values (character), and in turn dictate our truths (behavior).

Action (I) Cause (III)Reaction (II) Effect (IV)
Space Reflection of SpaceTime Reflection of Time
ConsciousPreconscious (Reflection of Conscious Tied to Character Traits)UnconsciousSubconscious (Reflection of Unconscious Adapted to Behavioral Traits)
Arsenal Energy (Positive)Reflection of Arsenal EnergyFeminine Energy (Negative)Reflection of Feminine Energy
Risk(s)Possible Solution(s)Assessment of the level of the Risk(s)Solution(s) – No Risk(s)
FatherSpiritMotherSon (Soul)
SpiritualPsychologicalEmotionalPhysical
Internal EnvironmentReflection of Internal EnvironmentExternal EnvironmentReflection of External Environment
Subjective Consciousness – FeelingsReflection of Subjective Consciousness -FeelingsSubjective Consciousness – EmotionsReflection of Subjective (Objective) Consciousness – Opinions or Emotions
Concepts, Thoughts, Truths, FaithBeliefs
(Uncertainties)
Values, Ideas, DoubtLiving Experiences (Certainties or Actualities)
Magnetic Field (Love, Senses, Rights)Reflection of Magnetic FieldElectric Field (Fear, Illusions, Duties)Reflection of Electric Field
HeavenEarth
SuccessHappiness – Bliss
FulfillmentAccomplishment
Pre-sentSent
RealizationPerception
CreationExistence
EfficiencyEffectiveness
ObservationOvert Observation
Reality (Receive as a Present)Reality (Perceive, Catch a Motion)
CompletionPerfection
Behavioral TraitsCharacterCharacter TraitsBehavior
Future (As Possibility)Reality (Reflection of Past at Present Moment as Ability, Attribute or Quality, Fact)Past (As Probability)Reality (Reflection of Future to Present Moment as Responsibility or Inability, Event)
The Matrix of Reality Creation and Existence

Does Perception Affect Reality?

As individuals, we vary widely in the level of our thinking skills, or ‘cognitive function’. We inherit cognitive function from our parents, in the same way, that physical characteristics are passed down. Scientists have discovered that, unlike eye color, cognitive function is not influenced by a few genes but by many.

In a standard situation, feelings come first. Thoughts are ways of dealing with feelings as ways of finding solutions that meet the needs that lie behind those feelings. The feelings come first in both a hierarchical and a chronological sense.

When an emotion is triggered in your brain, your nervous system responds by creating feelings in your body (what many people refer to as a “gut feeling”) and certain thoughts in your mind. If something doesn’t feel right, it is your emotional system that is informing you to further evaluate the situation.

Our behavior reflects the solutions we choose as a response to the problems perceived as true or real (based on the belief system). Subjective Consciousness through personal feelings and emotions affect character and behavior and shape our personality. Personality shapes in turn our personal reality.

Understanding your personal values that drive your personal feelings and emotions helps you live an authentic, happy life. This is why making a conscious effort to identify your values is so important. I’m here because of my past decisions.

The 12 Core Values: Hope (To look forward to with desire and reasonable confidence). Service (Ready to be of help or use to someone). Responsibility (A particular burden of obligation upon one who is responsible). Faith, Honor, Trust, Freedom, and Honesty.

Is Perception Reality?

The mind actually can do some remarkable things, including shaping our health and well-being. Our minds actually “change reality,” said Alia Crum, an assistant professor of psychology and director of the Stanford Mind and Body Lab.

DNA is pivotal to our growth, reproduction, and health. It contains the instructions necessary for your cells to produce proteins that affect many different processes and functions in your body. Because DNA is so important, damage or mutations can sometimes contribute to the development of the disease.

But, it’s not in our genes, it’s in our thoughts. Our bodies aren’t shells or housing for our minds either. Body and mind are inextricably intertwined, and the thoughts that we think, and the activity of the mind, determine the health and expression of our DNA.

The influence of genes on behavior has been well established in the scientific community. To a large extent, who we are and how we behave is a result of our genetic makeup. While genes do not determine behavior, they play a huge role in what we do and why we do it.

All of that does suggest our genes can affect our future. But we also know that human development stems from a complex interaction of the genes we inherit and the environments we encounter. Nature and nurture combine to make us who we are.

Meditation and yoga can ‘reverse’ DNA reactions that cause stress, a new study suggests. Summary: Mind-body interventions (MBIs) such as meditation, yoga, and Tai Chi don’t simply relax us; they can ‘reverse’ the molecular reactions in our DNA that cause ill-health and depression, according to a study.

The 4 Levels of Self-Awareness of Human Consciousness

Levels of Self-Awareness of Human Consciousness

4 Levels of Self-Awareness of Human Consciousness

Subjective Consciousness As Personal Conscious Experiences

Τhe individual or collective level of Self-awareness of human consciousness moves on two axes. The x-axis represents what one believes of himself according to his own assessment (Subjective Consciousness – personal feelings) and the y-axis how one would like to be perceived in the eyes of others according to his own personal assessment again (Subjective Consciousness – personal opinions).

This creates 4 levels of self-awareness of Human Consciousness:

(1) Conscious- (2) Unconsious (x-axis), (3) Preconscious (Freud) – (4) Subconcious (y-axis).

Reality is a coherent system that transforms the Unknown Unknowns (quadrant I) into the Known Knowns (quadrant IV) using the two intersecting pairs of forces at the same time.

These forces are equal with opposite directions per pair. Their sum in pairs is always zero.

  • The first force Action reflects the first level of consciousness that is Conscious (Selfish – Selfless).
  • The second force Reaction reflects the second level of consciousness that is Unconscious (Fearful – Fearless).
  • The Third force Cause reflects the third level of consciousness that is Preconscious (Powerfull – Powerless).
  • The fourth force Effect reflects the fourth level of consciousness that is Subconscious (Helpful – Helpless).
Cause-Effect Interaction in Reality Creation and Existence

The Action force through the interactive force of Cause turns to the degree of the efficiency (observation) of a feeling as a peak level of performance that uses the least amount of inputs (including personal energy). The underlying feelings are Faith or Certainty in order to produce a given output. That leads to personal Success or self-esteem (Creation).

The Reaction force through the interactive force of Effect turns to the level of effectiveness (overt observation) of action to achieve the highest amount of output (including personal time). The underlying emotions are Doubt or Uncertainty.

Reaction now means an emotional response to an action that creates Doubt or Uncertainty. Finally, by duplicating doubt, self-contradiction (Reaction) turns to self-affirmation (Effect). That leads to personal Happiness and Bliss (Existence).

In this way, through the action-reaction forces, both certainties as risks and uncertainties as doubts turn to certainties through the interaction forces cause and effect.

Action-Reaction forces declare the degree of extroversion while Cause-Effect (Interaction) forces declare the degree of introversion.


The lower the degree of extroversion of the x-axis (towards the extremities), the lower the degree of introversion of the y-axis (tends to the middle at the point of intersection) and vice versa.

The lower the degree of introversion of the x-axis (towards to the middle at the point of intersection) the higher the degree of extroversion of the y-axis (towards the extremities).

  • Action > Conscious > Future > Truths > Faith > Behavioral Traits > Possibility > Indefinite > Problem > Space > Risk
  • Reaction > Unconscious > Values > Doubt > Character Traits > Probability > Indefinable > Time > Assesment of the level of the Risk
  • Cause > Preconscious > Past > Pre-sent > Uncertainty > Identified > Possible Solution > Inputs > Efficiency > Observation > Personal Energy > Achievement > Completion > Success > Apropriate Strenghts to Eliminate the level of the Risk (Tied to Character Traits)
  • Effect > Subconscious > Sent > Event > Certainty > Specified > Solution > Outputs > Effectiveness > Overt Observation > Personal Time > Perfection > Conclusion > Accomplishment > Hapiness > Apropriate Behavior to extinguish Risk (Adapted to Behavioral Traits) > No Risk
  • Pre-sent = current time, in attendance, an expectation, an uncertainty.
  • Sent = received by the recipient.
  • Event = a certainty, a truth, actuality.
  • Reality = pre-sent + sent = cause + effect.
  • Cause = pre-sent, predestination, lunch, chance, fortune, random.
  • Effect = sent, reach your destination.

4 Levels of Self-Awareness of Human Consciousness

Conscious (1st Level) Preconscious
(3rd Level)
Subconscious
(4th Level)
Unconscious
(2nd Level)
Senses (Actions)Abilities
(Causes)
Responsibilities (InabilitiesEffects)Emotions (Reactions)
(0) SelflessPowerful Helpful(0) Fearless
(1) Touch(5) Talent
(Sense, Feeling, Impression)
(-5) Supporting Others (Compassion, Mercy, Charity, Social Responsibility)(-1) Joy, Bliss
(2) Taste(4) Brilliance (Imagination, Fantacy) (-4) Good Manners and Morals (Cleverness, Smartness, Intelligence)(-2) Fear
(3) Smell(3) Skill (Judgement, Opinion, View, Stance)(-3) Keeping Your Words (Honesty, Truthfulness)(-3) Sadness
(4) Sound(2) Standing For Something (Intelligence, Genious) (-2) Legal, Moral, Ethical (Generocity, Readiness to Give)(-4) Disgust
(5) Sight(1) Knowledge, Science (Mind, Intellect)(-1) Knowledge of Self and Others (Respect, Esteem, Admiration)(-5) Anger
Selfish(0) Powerless(0) HelplessFearful
The Matrix of the Levels of Self-Awareness of Human Consciousness

How to Improve Self-Awareness and Human Consiousness

Abilities are the power to do things well. This includes besides other things knowledge, skill, and talent that can be directed to achieve the best possible results.

Power is also the ability to overcome resistance.

Knowledge = knowing your stuff.

Standing for Something = Moral Compass

Skill = Keeping Your Words

Brilliance = Being Honest

Talent = Supporting Others

Helpless – Unsuccessful = Inability to defend oneself or to act effectively without help. Laking protection or support.

Helpful Succesfull= Giving or ready to give help, useful, of service, of assistance.

Responsibilities (Inabilities)

1 Responsibility of knowing yourself and the others

-2 Responsibility of being legal, moral, ethical

-3 Responsibility of keeping your words

-4 Responsibility of showing good manners and morals

-5 Responsibility of treating or supporting others (Social Responsibility)

Responsibilities (or Inabilities) are duties or things that we should do while rights are freedoms we have that are protected either by written or unwritten laws.

Abilities are rights and they are expressed through Free will.

Abilities derive and are supported from the senses or feelings and they are mostly connected to each one of them. Responsibilities derive and are reinforced by the emotions or illusions and are connected to each one of them.

Abilities reflect the internal environment or human character that is (1) one of the attributes or features that make up and distinguish an individual (2) the aggregate of distinctive qualities characteristic of a breed, strain, or type (Merriam-Webster).

Responsibilities reflect the external environment or human behavior (1) the way in which someone conducts oneself or behaves (2) the manner of conducting oneself (Merriam-Webster) and (3) the actions and mannerisms made by individuals, in conjunction with themselves or their environment, which includes the other systems or organisms around as well as the physical environment (Wikipedia).

In the present age that we live in, the level of awareness of the collective human consciousness moves between the two extremities in terms of the x-axis using more the sight (5 Selfish) as a sense from the other senses and the ager from the emotions (-5 Fearful).

Sight is the weakest and most misleading of the five senses, forcing humanity to adapt more to external stimuli than to internal impulses. As far as the y-axis is concerned, it moves between Knowledge of Self and Others using more Knowledge and Science through Mind and Intellect (1,-1 Powerless, Helpless).

Once it reaches the critical point, the collective human consciousness will move into the next levels upwards, using more the rest of the senses, sound, smell, taste, and finally touch. At this final stage or level, the human collective consciousness will reach the highest level of perfection (Selfless – Fearless, Powerful – Helpful).

In this course through this entire system by using the five main virtues or abilities of his character and the opposite five main responsibilities or inabilities and by exploiting the appropriate behavior, the human race will finally reach the stage of perfection that is still searching for so hard (at that final stage: Conscious = Touch, Preconscious = Talent, Subconscious = Supporting Others, and Unconscious = Joy, Bliss).

As we saw above Reality = Pre-sent + Sent. Pre-sent is just an expectancy (uncertainty). The human race still lives up to expectations or possible solutions (uncertainties) because is not trained or taught to realize the events, certainties, or truths as actualities.

Reality is actually the way to see the past into the future through your current level of understanding or to visualize the cause (as a fact of the past) that turns to an effect (as an event of the future) through the various existing cognitive and psychological factors or circumstances of the present moment.

The main reason behind this endeavor is always the elimination of the level of risk (of the external or internal environment).

As a result, the risks are never totally eliminated. The Present as Reality is not translated to its Pre-sent and Sent parts. Strengths and weaknesses are not identified objectively. Events are never experienced as certainties, truths, or actualities. Joy and bliss constantly escape to the search for happiness.

Spiritual Self-Awareness and the Path to Ultimate Bliss (Blisful)

Bliss = Success (Logic – Conscious Mind) + Achievement (Awereness- Unconscious Mind) = Perfect Virtue (Logic – Powerful – Preconcsious Mind + Awareness – Helpful – Subconscious Mind)

Ultimate Bliss (Blisfull) = 1/2 Feeling + 1/2 Emotion = Half Feeling + Half Emotion

Perfect Virtue = Half Thought (Logic) + Half Idea (Illusion – Achievement) = Half Feeling + Half Emotion

Perfect Virtue = Ultimate Bliss = To Exist + To Be = Half Powerful (Success) + Half Helpful (Happiness)

Emptiness plus Nothingness is considered to be the Ultimate Bliss of the Preconscious-Subconscious Mind. It is the State of mind where someone experiences Oneness with Space in Love and at the same time Wholeness with Time in Connection. Where someone feels as Selfless as Spaceless and Fearless as Timeless. Powerful and Helpful.

Feeling seemingly complete or total. Physically sound and healthy. Free of the fear of death, disease, or deformity. Mentally or emotionally sound. No more distinction or separation from surroundings as Space-Time (matter) as everything comes back together where everything began. Polarization ceases to exist anymore.

The matter is energy in motion loses its heavy grip upon humans. Space and Time cease to exist and the pendulum of action-reaction, cause, and effect, order-disorder stops to make life hard and unpredictable.

At that state, someone becomes notionless and motionless and merges with the source that is the human Soul. Existence and Occurrence being in a neutral state complete each other and the only feelings and emotions are those of supreme satisfaction and ever-lasting happiness.

The belief system loses its initial purpose and it turns to internal power. Personality mergers with personal reality. Truths and values cease to exist as the opposite character and behavioral traits at that state. Universal Consciousness merges with pure Spirit.

Identity loses its initial scope and meaning. Destiny as an effect of spontaneity and chance cease to be considered as “luck” any more as a chance or an incidental cause that only applies to people’s moral choices (According to Aristotle). Everything now turns inside-out.

Nicomachean Ethics

We know that Aristotle (the Greek philosopher) was the first to systematically try to analyze how happiness is defined and how it is pursued through human activity.

He dedicated three books to this effort: Nicomachean Ethics, Eudemian Ethics, Great Ethics (Magna Moralia).

Aristotle first used the term ethics to name a field of study developed by his predecessors Socrates and Plato.

In philosophy, ethics is an attempt to offer a rational response to the question of how humans should best live. 

Aristotle emphasized the practical importance of developing excellence (Virtue) of character (Greek arete), as the way to achieve what is finally more important, excellent conduct (Greek praxis).

The man who possesses character excellence will tend to do the right thing, at the right time, and in the right way (Wikipedia, Aristotelian in Ethics).

Aristotle regards excellent activity as pleasurable for the man of virtue. For example, he thinks that the man whose appetites are in the correct order actually takes pleasure in acting moderately.

Aristotle believed that ethical knowledge is not only theoretical knowledge but rather that a person must have “experience of the actions in life” and have been “brought up in fine habits” to become good. For a person to become virtuous, he can’t simply study what virtue is, but must actually do virtuous things.

“Bliss is a project, an acquisition of the human soul, bliss does not dwell in herds of animals, it is not bought with gold. The soul is the abode of bliss”.

Moral virtue, or excellence of character, is the disposition (Greek hexis) to act excellently, which a person develops partly as a result of his upbringing, and partly as a result of his habit of action.

Aristotle makes this argument that character arises from habit—likening ethical character to a skill that is acquired through practice, such as learning a musical instrument. Aristotle argues that a person’s character is voluntary since it results from many individual actions that are under his voluntary control.

Aristotle distinguishes the disposition to feel emotions of a certain kind from virtue and vice. But such emotional dispositions may also lie at a mean between two extremes, and these are also to some extent a result of up-bringing and habituation.

Four Cardinal Virtues According to Aristotle

  1. Prudence, also known as practical wisdom, is the most important virtue for Aristotle. This virtue is a must to obtain because courage requires judgments to be made.
  2. Temperance, or self-control, simply means moderation. Temperance concerning courage gives one moderation in private which leads to moderation in public.
  3. Courage is “moderation or observance of the mean with respect to feelings of fear and confidence.” Courage is “observance of the mean with regard to things that excite confidence or fear, under the circumstances which we have specified, and chooses its course and sticks to its post because it is noble to do so, or because it is disgraceful not to do so.”
  4. Justice means giving the enemy what is due to them in the proper ways; being just toward them. In other words, one must recognize what is good for the community and one must undertake a good course of action.


“Bliss is a pleasant state of mind that results from the activity of the soul provided that this activity is in accordance with perfect virtue”.

“Virtue is, therefore, the established mood or the steady orientation of the mind, which freely decides the choices of our actions and feelings. It essentially consists of the search for the middle course of action in relation to us, that is, as the prudent man can decide”.

“We do not have any innate moral virtue, given by nature, but it is formed by the man by habit, by the repetition of such behavior”.

The virtue of man can be the repetitive good habit by which man becomes good, virtuous.


The criterion of repetitive habits should be considered the joy or sorrow that results from our actions

“Virtue refers to the passions of people and their actions where the middle path is praised and judged as success, achievement. These are the two features of virtue. So virtue is a middle course and therefore it is constantly pondered there where the middle road is”.

“The middle (the middle way) is understood in relation to us who choose it and it is understood as a situation where there is nothing surplus or left behind. This means that this is not the same for everyone and every prudent person who avoids exaggeration and lack seeks the middle way and chooses it”.

“The moral virtue of people refers to the joys and sorrows people feel from their actions… That is why it is necessary to have been led to practice virtue from one’s youth, as Plato wrote, in order to enjoy or regret an activity that causes joy or sorrow. And that is the meaning of proper education”.

In Conclusion

Humanity lives up to causes as abilities or rights (false certainties as ambitions or aspirations) and not to the effects as responsibilities or duties (certainties as actualities). In this way, humanity not only creates but also lives and experiences in the past, by adopting a false behavior and by being insincere for hiding their true feelings, in a constantly vulnerable and unstable environment. This is big trouble because of the gap in the level of safety and maturity.

That further means that even though humanity creates by exploiting all 4 levels of Self-awareness of Human Consciousness it consciously experiences only three of them (Conscious-Unconcious-Preconscious) that reflect the opposite dimensions deriving from the width, height, and length and ignores (because of the fear involved) the existence of the fourth dimension that is the depth (Subconscious).

As someone can realize in the current level of awareness of the collective human consciousness the humanity can not see the whole picture by chasing joy and bliss in the wrong way and as a result because of the subsequent resistance to change, is still at the initial stages of a very long and difficult journey.