We are trying to make this page useful to people from all cultures and religions, and therefore will formulate our theory independent from specific religious views about how the world (and the human being) was created. Here is the short version of the assumptions on which we base our mental training drills (go to Detailed Theory if you want more explanations and illustrations).
If you are religious though, the predictions at the end of the support page and the religious connections with software concepts in the mind might interest you.
There is a creative force shaping all that exists (some call it God)
Every living being harbors a spark of that creative force (some would say they are animated by God)
The interplay of these myriads of creative impulses is what forms reality (like millions of colored dots form an image)
The more individuals take on a dark color the darker will be the overall image (reality on this planet)
The more individuals take on a bright color the brighter will be the overall image (reality on this planet)
Any attempt to change reality must therefore go through the individuals who compose it
No individual can ever be unimportant because only a change in many individual "dots" can make a noticeable difference in the overall image
The only way to a brighter reality on this planet is to motivate as many individuals as possible to change from a dark to a bright "dot" in the overall image
Every human mind is a recorder.
It has been recording reality all its life and is replaying these recordings daily, often good and bad alike.
The recorder needs an upgrade - it must get a "smart chip", a selection feature that allows only constructive recordings to be replayed and actively pulls destructive recordings out of the replaying stream
Some (not all) of these recorders have the additional feature of projecting new ideas into reality. These new ideas must also undergo the selection in the "smart chip" and should enter reality only if they consider the greatest good.
Did you notice? You just found the fourth step that comes after the first three have been well trained. Here are all four as a reminder:
Realize that your mind is a recorder.
Realize that your mind has been recording reality all your life and is replaying it daily, often good and bad alike.
Stop replaying the bad things and replay more of the good things!
If you project new factors into the reality that others will record from you (and replay for many years), make sure that they consider the greatest good!
Are there any exercises that could help making this theory a little more practical? Yes: in the drill section.
This page last updated on 01.04.2007