JA. Practising totalizm in our everyday life
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@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

JA. PRACTISING TOTALIZM IN OUR EVERYDAY LIFE
It took me 65 years to earn totalizm and to crystallize this monograph, but from you it requires only one weekend to glen benefits that it offers.

Our physics explained to us quite well, why e.g. climbing stairs is so difficult and so effort consuming. According to laws described by physics, each time we climb stairs, we need to move uphill in the invisible field called "gravity". Thus, the work of overcoming the action of this field, is the source of our effort and difficulties. But our science so-far did not explain exactly why doing moral things is so difficult, and why it also consumes so much human effort? (For example, consider how difficult is to tell a truth. After all, telling always truth is the essence of every moral behaviour.) This answer provides only the new philosophy called totalizm. According to totalizm, the reason why doing moral things always consumes a lot of our effort, is exactly the same as the reason why climbing stairs is consuming a lot of energy - namely the presence of an invisible field. Totalizm states that apart from the invisible for humans gravity field, the entire universe is also permeated by another kind of invisible field very similar to gravity, which totalizm calls the "moral field". This invisible moral field causes, that every action that we take in our lives, depends either on climbing uphill in this moral field (and thus such action is "moral"), or on sliding downhill in this moral field (and then such action is "immoral"). Therefore the fact that there is such thing as this "moral field", causes that everything that we do has a definite moral polarity - means is either moral or immoral, as it climbs either uphill or downhill in this moral field.
In spite that the gravity field and moral field are both invisible to human sight, there are significant differences between these two. For example, the gravity field acts solely on physical objects, thus the climbing uphill in it requires giving out a physical effort. On the other hand, moral field acts also on non-physical objects, e.g. on thoughts, intentions, feelings, etc. Thus the climbing uphill in moral field requires putting into this also the mental (intellectual) effort. Furthermore, both these fields run differently. Thus in some life situations e.g. the path uphill in the gravity field may simultaneously be a path downhill in the moral field.
Of course, from physics we already know that whenever there is a field, there are also laws which govern the motion in this field. Therefore totalizm discovered, that the existence of the invisible moral field is also the reason for a new type of laws to prevail in the universe. These new laws remained unknown to us until they were discovered by totalizm. Because their action depends on the defining of principles which govern the motion of our actions in relationship to the moral field, totalizm calls this new type of laws with the name "moral laws". Moral laws are so designed, that everything that is moral represents obeying these laws, whereas everything that is immoral represents disobedience of these laws. Because doing moral deeds lifts us uphill in the moral field, it also increases in us a special kind of energy, called the "moral energy". The existence of moral field, moral laws, and moral energy makes practicing totalizm very easy. All what is required to practice totalizm (and thus to harvest plentiful rewards that practicing this philosophy opens for people), is to climb always uphill in the moral field, to pedantically obey these moral laws, and to do whatever increases human moral energy. To make this practicing of totalizm even easier, every person has a "build in" organ, which is an encyclopaedia of moral laws. This organ is popularly called conscience. It always unassumingly informs us whether whatever we just are doing is moral or immoral. Therefore many so-called "intuitive totalizts" practice totalizm without actually realising it, simply because they obey whispers of their own organ of conscience. Perhaps even you, the reader, belong to the group of "intuitive totalizts", simply because you do in your life whatever your conscience tells you to do, means you practice morality and peace, always try to tell truth whenever you can, be honest, helpful, trustworthy, etc. (i.e. do NOT lie, steal, fight, harm, kill, etc.).
The most vital attribute of moral laws is that they have rewards and punishments written into their operation. Therefore each time we are obeying moral laws in our actions - we are lavishly rewarded for this obeying. In turn each time we break moral laws - we are severely punished for this breaking. Unfortunately for people, these rewards (and also punishments) that result from the action of moral laws NEVER take the form of material goods (e.g. the influx of money). They always are non-material, i.e. take the form for example of the feeling of happiness, the satisfaction of self-fulfilment, peace of mind, lack of stress, finding a loved partner, loving and polite children, nice neighbours, lack of problems at work and in life, etc. Therefore the majority of people do NOT notice the existence of these rewards. After all, in the present times by "rewards" people understand almost exclusively materialistic gains, such as an influx of money, an access to sensual pleasures, a power over other people, etc. But these ones were intentionally excluded from the pool of rewards that are granted automatically just because of the fulfilment of moral laws. (Of course, we can still gain these materialistic rewards through a goal-oriented moral work aimed at accomplishing them.) It is because people started to disobey moral laws lately on an ever increasing scale, that the life on Earth is starting to be so difficult and so full of suffering. Interestingly however, moral punishments may take material form - e.g. they may boil down to the loss of our money or our material possessions. Of course, in order to intentionally obey moral laws, one needs to actually know that there is such thing as these laws. Therefore totalizm informs people about the existence of moral laws and teaches ways how we can obey these laws in a methodical manner. People who cognitively learn about moral laws and obey them methodically, are called "formal totalizts". Otherwise then "intuitive totalizts" who obey moral laws just by listening to whispers of their conscience, such "formal totalizts" learned cognitively why and what they are doing, so they are not moral just by intuition, but by knowledge and by a methodical acting. This in turn allows them to intensify countless benefits which they harvest from living a moral, peaceful, and productive life.
In order to practice totalizm one does NOT need to be a religious person (although people who know a religion are better than others in understanding and in accepting recommendations and findings of totalizm). Therefore some so-called "atheists" actually are also "intuitive totalizts", and in their life they also harvest all these rewards which totalizm offers to its practitioners. This possibility to practice totalizm without practicing a religion has such an advantage, that totalizts can become, amongst others, also those people for whom drawbacks of religions and imperfection of present religious institutions are so obvious that these discouraged them from practicing any religion, but whom already know with their intellect that God exists and thus they want to act in their lives accordingly to the God’s requirements. After all, totalizm is a scientific discipline, not e.g. an institution, a religion, or a cult. So although it includes e.g. descriptions of God and the list of requirements that God imposed on people, the practicing of totalizm does NOT mean the expression of one’s support for drawbacks of any present religion or for imperfections of any existing religious institution. Moreover, because totalizm is a scientific discipline, it does NOT divide people - as divide them all present institutions, for example countries or religions. No-one ever hear that a scientific discipline started any war, but many have heard about wars initiated by various institutions, such as countries or religions.
Totalizm is already quite a successful philosophy. This can be noticed from the number of references which indicate totalizm in the Internet - e.g. check the keyword "totalizm" in www.google.com. (But note that you need to spell it through “z”.). This happens in spite that it also has a lot of enemies. Actually from my experience to-date it appears, that everyone who encountered totalizm and took a time to find out what exactly it is, either starts to love it, or starts to hate it. However, even that there are numerous individuals who do not appreciate this philosophy, still it managed to establish itself, and there is a lot of people in the world who already practice it voluntarily on everyday basis. Actually, at this moment of time totalizm seems to be the most successful out of all new philosophies created and disseminated in 20th century, and the only new philosophy that appeals to "an average person from a street".

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