JE7. Nirvana and goals of totalizm
@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

JE7. Nirvana and goals of totalizm

The existence of the state of extremal happiness, which in this monograph is called the totaliztic nirvana, and also the existence of a clear procedure of accomplishing this state, introduces numerous consequences, some of which is worth discussing here. One of them is that it is a kind of paradox of our times that in order to accomplish a miserable substitutes of a real nirvana, people fall in alcoholism, drug addiction, etc. After all, if instead of ruining their lives with alcohol or drugs, these people put the same amount of feelings, and motivations, into the completion of positive procedure of earning the totaliztic nirvana, then probably with the same effort, they would accomplish a much higher level of happiness, which also would be permanent, natural, would not leave any side effects, etc. It is a huge tragedy for our civilisation, that it was not able to discover so-far the very elementary truth, that by following the path of obeying moral laws always in the final effect the astonishing rewards are accomplished, which do not bring undesired side effects; while by going against moral laws, only miserable substitutes of real rewards can be achieved, which additionally have various side effects and negative consequences attached to them. It is about a time totalizm starts to realize to people this important truth, and open to all people the chance to glen rewards which it provides.
In present days happiness is a commodity which is the most searched for, the most treasured, and the most difficult to obtain. Therefore, due to the discovery of a relatively simple procedure as how to earn the totaliztic nirvana, and thus how to earn permanent happiness, accomplishing the nirvana may become one of the chief goals of totalizm. Thus, totalizm as a philosophy is capable to create a situation, that every person, if only wishes, is capable of accomplishing the continuous nirvana, and can live in the state of nirvana throughout the entire of his/her life. This is an unique chance which we never had before, and therefore which we should embrace now. After all, never before clear procedures were known, which indicated how to accomplish a nirvana easily, there were no descriptions, information, or role models which would show us how to go about earning a nirvana, and also there was no philosophical climate which is needed to accomplish a nirvana (all this for the first time is provided by totalizm). Therefore, in my opinion, on the present stage of our development, one of the chief goals of totalizm is to work out everything that is needed to open the state of nirvana to ordinary people. This means establishing the appropriate philosophical climate, providing information needed, and developing a system of recommendations and role models, so that all members of the society had access to whatever nirvana takes, were able to earn nirvana, and had possibility to maintain this nirvana as long as they wish. In case these goals are accomplished, the society which is able to implement totalizm, is going to transform itself into a kind of brotherhood of people in the state of nirvana. After all, because of the attractiveness of happiness, no one of a sane mind is able to resist the attempt of accomplishing a permanent happiness and holding it as long as possible, if there is a simple and proven way of doing it. Therefore all members of such a society will so conduct their lives, that they are able to spend them entirely while in the state of nirvana all the time. Furthermore, the laws that govern moral energy cause (see subsection JG6) that if the saturation coefficient (μ) of the whole society reaches the level exceeding the threshold of nirvana, then all members of this society will show a tendency to keep their personal levels of moral energy above this threshold barrier. Thus almost automatically all members of such a society will enter the state of nirvana.

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