JA10. Let us listen and obey our organ of conscience
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@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

JA10. Let us listen and obey our organ of conscience
 

As this is explained in subsections JA7.1 and I5.3, the new scientific theory called the Concept of Dipolar Gravity, which is described in chapters H and I, states that we have two different physical bodies formed from two different substances. These are: (1) the biological body - made of matter, and (2) the counter-body - made of counter-mater. (There is also a third human body - namely (3) "registers", but this one is made of programs and data, not of a substance, and resides in a "cyberspace" located inside of the counter-world.) The biological body resides in the physical world and we know it well because our awareness normally resides in it. In turn a counter-body resides in the counter-world, while our awareness sometime shift to it during hypnosis, or a dream. (Registers reside in the cyberspace from inside of the counter-world, and our awareness shifts to it only after our death.) So far our science taught us a lot about biological body. But is completely unaware of the existence of a counter-material body (not mentioning of registers). However, the Concept of Dipolar Gravity explains, that this counter-material body is equally complicated and equally important as our biological one. For example, it also contains various counter-organs, which perform strictly defined functions, and which significantly impact our lives. Several such counter-organs are described in subsection I5.3. The operation of many of them is equivalent of operation of organs from our biological body (e.g. similar to our brain, lungs, heart, limbs, etc.). But there are also counter-organs, which have very unique operation, that is not corresponding to the operation of any known biological organs. One of them is a counter-organ called "conscience". It is known to people for a long time, although our material-oriented science taught us to ignore it. But the counter-organ of conscience is extremely wise - much wiser than our biological brain. Actually its wisdom is almost equal to the omniknowledge of the universal intellect. After all, according to what is explained in subsection I4.2.1 /?/, conscience is a kind of "hot telephone line", which links us directly with the universal intellect (God). For example, it knows all the moral laws in existence, it also knows perfectly all the circumstances we are in, knows our thoughts and intensions, and also it knows future! Therefore, whenever we intend to do something, the conscience always shares with us the knowledge about this intension, and is giving us an emotional message, which tries to tell us, whether whatever we intend to do, is going to obey moral laws, or going to break moral laws, therefore whether it is "moral", or "immoral". Our conscience also always is warning us about dangers which are waiting for us, currently updates us regarding attributes, intensions and feelings of other people, whispers to us what the future is going to bring, etc.
The Concept of Dipolar Gravity informs us, that the conscience is enormously important counter-organ. According to this concept, our conscience is a direct communication line, which links us with the universal intellect (God). In fact, without knowing this, via this counter-organ of conscience we receive direct answers of the universal intellect to every single question that we ask. The conscience is the only communication channel, with the use of which the universal intellect actually answers immediately and directly to everything that we ask. But as it is also the case with everything that the universal intellect does, the process of making this channel available to us is done very wisely and carefully. The channel is secured from being abused by people who do not deserve to use it. Namely the answers to our questions that are given through this channel, are always formulated in a very special language, which in subsections I4.1.2 and I5.4 of this monograph is called the ULT or the "language of God". But in order to learn this language at the conscientious level, and thus to receive the access to replies that the universal intellect is continually giving to our questions, it is necessary to constantly listen to our own counter-organ of conscience - in turn to such listening are capable only these people who are very moral (see subsection JD4.2 /?/). Through the aware learning of this ULT language, and through learning how to use it correctly, we are able to carry out two-way "conversations" with the universal intellect. Contrary to conversations in a spoken language, means to an ordinary "praying", these conversations in the ULT have two-directional character - they are not just our own monologue, but an active two-way conversations, in which we immediately receive answers to all questions that we ask. For more information on the topic of ULT and two-way communication with the universal intellect (God) see subsections I4.1.2 and I5.4 from volume 5 of this monograph.
The whole our lives we are pressured by the immoral world around us to learn to ignore, what the conscience is telling us. Therefore, only as young children we are able to determine errorless whether a given action is moral or immoral, and we reflect with whole our behaviour what our conscience is telling us. If, according to our conscience, as small children we feel guilty, then we also look guilty. But then education, interaction with immoral people, adulthood, and the need to earn for living, gradually teach us how to ignore what the conscience has to say to us, and how to not show on ourselves what it tells to us. After all, everyone around us seems to ignore this organ, so why we should not also do just that? The result is that eventually we kill this organ. In this way we start our slipping downhill in the moral field, and falling straight into claws of a dreadful moral illness called parasitism - as this is described in subsection JD4.2 /?/.
Totalizm uses only one rule of behaviour, namely: pedantically obey moral laws. Because our conscience always is whispering to us, how our action look in the light of these moral laws, totalizm is also saying: carefully listen and pedantically obey directives of your own conscience. According to totalizm, "moral" is everything that our conscience approves and asks us to do, while "immoral" is everything that our conscience forbids us to do. There is about a time we start to listen this forgotten organ, and start to do what it says. If we begin to carefully listen what it says, we are going to accomplish increasingly higher harmony with it, and the number and kinds of error free information that it starts to forward to us, is going to grow constantly.
There is one area of life, where totalizm does not develop, as yet, formal tools of selection, therefore recommends to totally depend in it, on directives of conscience. This area is the selection of a best method of accomplishing a given moral intension. For example, let us consider that someone is ill and we must decide how to take it to a doctor. After all, we can decide to use a bicycle - carrying this ill person on bicycle's frame, we can use a horse wagon, bus, ambulance, or even a helicopter. In such situations we need to ask our conscience, which one of these methods it directs us to choose. Totalizm says that whenever we choose a method of moral acting, we must be internally convinced that it was the most correct and the most appropriate to given situation we are in. Interesting that when arrives a situation when we need to do a selection amongst many morally correct actions, our conscience always errorless whispers to us, which action is the most proper. If we really take the action which it indicates, then not only everything goes right, but also we have a special feeling of internal peace and assurance, that we do what we supposed to do.
When in our lives we do exactly, what our conscience says to do, then one of the outcome is that the effort we put into this doing, gradually accumulates in our body a special type of energy. When the density of this energy exceeds a threshold value, then a moral reward described in subsection JA2.4 is granted to us.

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