Universality of the Theory
Power and happiness. Is there a deep connection between them? Why do some people go into a brutal, merciless struggle for power over others? Why do all people dream of happiness? And what does the space ether have to do with it?
The concept of happiness is studied by psychology, philosophy, physiology, sociology, economic theory, and religion. In philosophy, there are a number of interpretations of the concept of happiness. It was associated with the sensual pleasures of a person and with the state of the soul with virtue, and with spiritual development.
In psychology happiness is considered to be deep satisfaction with life with a maximum of positive emotions. Self-knowledge is considered to be a means of achieving happiness, which gives a person the ability for personal growth, self-improvement, self-actualization, which are necessary conditions for feeling the joy of life.
Economists and sociologists believe that happiness is impossible without wealth – money and power. They consider happiness to be able to fulfill their desires.
Religion objects to an economic explanation for happiness. It considers that happiness is a state of the human soul. Therefore, it does not depend on the degree of its provision with material wealth and power. This state of mind in religion is achieved by believing in higher ideals. It is believed that faith gives a person true happiness.
Physiology does not give its own special explanation of the phenomenon of happiness, but gives a chemical explanation of the nature of joy and pleasure, which it considers happiness.
From the above it is clear that there is no single concept of happiness. All known concepts are of a purely phenomenological. There is no physical explanation for the deeper nature of happiness. The existing chemical explanation is at the level of large molecular processes in the human body. Man is in a sea of different concepts about the same phenomenon and incomprehensible explanations of its nature. Therefore, it has always been so difficult for a Man to become and be happy in this World.
Let's try to reveal the deep physical essence of the phenomenon of Happiness, using the universality of the Unified Theory of Nature. At the same time, we will try to define a monosemantic undiscrepant concept of happiness, which is based on the power of a person, which allows him to become truly happy.
Obviously, the concept of a person's happiness is determined by his consciousness and thinking. According to the Unified Theory of Nature, micro-streams of the mother's ether flow into each person - into each micro-vortex of ether, of which a person is composed (see How a person appeared). It also follows from the Unified Theory that the more organized these micro-streams of ether, the more a person is developed (see Information concepts), the more talented he is, the more capable he is, he is more powerful - more happy. Thinking is organization - ordering, that is, the management of these flows (see "Information concepts"). Consciousness is thinking about oneself, that is, the inclusion of a person's feelings on the surrounding World. According to the Unified Theory of Nature, this is the inclusion of ether motion sensors to a person from the surrounding World (see "How a person appeared").
The more a person cognizes the world around him, the more he organizes these flows - controls them. This control, invisible to man, is the volitional psychic tension known to us. But each person acts along the path of the minimum of his energy, which is a consequence of the 3rd property of the cosmic ether (see Properties of space ether). Therefore, happiness does not go to everyone and therefore it is usually so short (see About the author). But I want to. What if you're not very talented? From the above it follows that this is possible only by being able to force a talented person, gifted by Nature, to act according to your desire. And this is possible only by having power over a talented person.
Then the streams of ether of a poorly gifted person are ordered, he becomes in accordance with at least a part of the organized surrounding World - with a talented person. Those, who in power are not talented, become happy. That is why the resentful by Nature always dream of power and always strive for power.
However, if a talented person thinks and acts in someone else's way, his order of the streams of ether is destroyed - he becomes unhappy. That is why there is always a struggle for freedom - the independence of talent from someone else's power.
A new monosemantic undiscrepant definition of the concept of happiness is given and its deep nature is explained. This explanation is given deeper than the existing molecular one by several orders of magnitude. It is deeper than molecular, deeper than atomic, deeper than nuclear (see Nuclear Interaction and Theoretical Physics). This will allow a person to reliably build a path to his happiness, and having achieved it, reliably hold it for a long time.