JB3.1. Moral field
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@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

JB3.1. Moral field
 

Another useful scientific discovery, which was accomplished by the new Concept of Dipolar Gravity discussed in previous subsection, is the disclosure of hierarchical structure of our universe. According to this discovery, everything in our universe is arranged into a hierarchical manner, where on the very top there is some kind of a primary principle or phenomena, which performs the function of a "parent". This parent in turn defines a series of its "children" - i.e. principles or phenomena of the secondary level. These again are "parents" to a next generation of principles or phenomena of the tertiary level, etc.
If one applies this hierarchical structure to various types of fields, then - according to the new Concept of Dipolar Gravity, there are only two primary fields in the universe. The first of these is gravity field, while the other one is moral field. Gravity field is already known to people and science for a long time. But this other, "moral field", still remains unrecognized by the official (orthodox) human science. So far it is only recognized by the new Concept of Dipolar Gravity and by philosophy of totalizm, means by disciplines, which discovered it, and now are disseminating the knowledge about its existence.
Since the new Concept of Dipolar Gravity disclosed the existence of these two primary fields, which prevail across both worlds of our universe, it immediately started to research their nature, properties, and the sphere of influence. As this research revealed, both these primary fields are dipolar, and both have each of their two poles extending into two different worlds. Both of them extend to two worlds of a physical nature, namely to our world and to counter- world, embedding a significant influence on practically everything. The gravity field originates in our physical world, but it propagates its outlet (O) pole into the counter-world, where it affects all physical-type phenomena occurring in the counter-matter. The moral field originates in the intelligent counter-world, but propagates its outlet (O) pole into our physical world, where it affects all moral-type phenomena involving material objects. These two primary fields remain invisible to our eyes, and we can only deduct their existence from the effects they have on motion of entities that they affect.
Gravity field, as every primary field or phenomena, is invisible for us. But it manifests itself for us every time when a motion of matter is taking place. Thus the action of this field we can experience best with our senses, when we physically move upwards or downwards in this field (e.g. when we walk uphill of some mountain, or slide downhill of a slope). In such cases, our motion through the gravity field causes two observable consequences, namely (1) the transformation of the physical energy, and (2) the alteration of a special algorithm, which governs our dynamic coexistence with the gravity field, and which known to the present physics under the name of "time". (Note that, according to the new Concept of Dipolar Gravity, time is an algorithm which is attached separately to each material object, and which executes the dynamic transformations of this object; time is not an additional dimension of the universe - as present orthodox physicists claim. Therefore, according to the new Concept of Dipolar Gravity, time can be technically altered or tempered with, the same way as we alter computer programs, thus allowing selected objects to travel in time both forward or backward, as well as to slow down or accelerate their elapse of time. More details on the understanding of time in the new Concept of Dipolar Gravity is provided in subsection H9.1.) Especially the transformation of physical energy is easily observable, when we move across gravitational field. This is because, when we move upward in this field, it costs us the physical effort to overcome it, and to increase our potential energy. In turn, when we move downward in gravitational field, our potential energy is being released, and thus assists us in that motion, making it easy and effortless. Both, the physical energy and time, are well known to everyone, because the whole disciplines of present science, such as physics, mechanics, astronomy, biology, etc., are devoted to their description and to the investigating of their influence on our lives.
The other primary field of our universe, i.e. moral field, has an intellectual (not physical) nature. It is also invisible. But it manifests for us its action every time, when there is a motion of intellects, or a displacement of someone's intelligence. Thus the action of this field can be experienced for example when we are thinking of something that alters our motivations, when we make decisions based on various motivations, when we need to take stands which reveal our motivations, when we supposed to do something or react somehow, etc. Similarly as this is with gravity field, also the invisible moral field we can perceive with our senses, when we move upwards or downwards in this field. In such cases our motion through moral field causes two observable consequences, namely (1) the transformation of moral energy, and (2) the alteration of a special algorithm, which governs our coexistence with moral field, and which the philosophy of totalizm names with the Hindu terminology "karma". (Note that according to the new Concept of Dipolar Gravity "karma" is an algorithm, i.e. a moral equivalent to time, which we alter each time when our intellect moves through this moral field. Therefore, according to the new Concept of Dipolar Gravity, our karma also can be altered or tempered with, the same way as we alter computer programs, thus allowing us to technically change our karma, give it to other people, etc. Note, however, that the philosophy of totalizm forbids us to carry out any technical manipulations on karma, and insists that karma can only be altered in a natural manner, through the action of moral laws. In this aspect totalizm differs from parasitism - parasitism tempers with karma all the time in order to live immoral lives, but to not be punished by moral laws. More about karma algorithm is explained in subsections I4.4 and I4.5.) Especially the transformation of moral energy is easily observable when we move across moral field, because when we move upward in this field, it costs us the putting in a significant effort to overcome this field and to increase our moral energy. In turn when we move downward of the moral field, our moral energy is being released, and thus it assists us in that downward motion making it easy, effortless, and pleasurable (this is why "doing moral things is always difficult" while "doing immoral things is always easy and pleasurable").
Because from the school age we are only trained in the sensual detection of effects of gravity field, while so-far no one trained us in the detecting with our senses the action of moral field, perhaps at this point it would be a beneficial to provide some life examples, which realise to us how to detect this moral field in action. Well, let us take a typical example of sitting in our office and the telephone rings at the other end of that office. If we decide to get up from our seat and reply to this telephone - against all resistant thoughts that appear in our head, we need to move our motivation uphill in moral field, thus it would cost us a noticeable intellectual effort. So the intellectual reluctance and laziness we feel against answering this telephone, is one of numerous manifestations of the existence of that moral field. Other manifestations of this field we experience whatever moral we need to do, as always before doing this we either need to overcome in ourselves the intellectual resistance that this field is imposing on our motivation, or we need to resist the pressure (temptation) this field is making on us to not take any intellectual duties or problems on our head. Of course, because - similarly to gravity, the moral field is invisible, we do not know in which direction it is "uphill". But this uphill direction always is correctly indicated by our senses, because "uphill in moral field, is always opposite to the line of the least intellectual resistance, or along the line of the highest intellectual effort". In turn "downhill in moral field, is always along the line of the least intellectual resistance".
Moral field is extremely important for all moral matters, and thus is also important for totalizm. After all, because of it, the universe is able to maintain the moral polarity; means it is this moral field, which decides what is moral and what is immoral, out of all actions that we take. This field is a natural propelling mechanism for the operation of moral laws. It is also responsible for numerous moral phenomena, which we still need to research and to describe - as an example see so-called "side effects" described in subsection JD11.8.

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