Consciousness Theorem

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Transformational Lectures On Virtuology

helping your team to achieve success
by means of virtues

Transformational Lectures On Virtuology

helping your team to achieve success
by means of virtues

The primer on virtuology.
Everything you need to know to harness
the power of your virtues

The primer on virtuology.
Everything you need to know to harness
the power of your virtues

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the power of your virtues

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About Consciousness Theorem

Featuring the theorem of consciousness that establishes well-being

It is beneficial to know the Consciousness Theorem so as to convince yourself that it is necessary to raise your level of consciousness if you want to raise your level of well-being
and so embrace virtue-driven living in order to experience a breakthrough and achieve anything.
Including preventing or healing yourself from coronavirus!

The Consciousness Theorem: The degree of one’s well-being = the degree of one’s consciousness

In other words, to achieve lasting material and spiritual well-being, success and happiness in life, it is necessary to raise your level of consciousness.
The higher your level of consciousness is, the greater your overall success is. It may be compared to the magnetic field created by an electric current running through a wire. The higher the power of the current, the greater the magnetic field that it generates.

The correlation of consciousness and well-being may not be always obvious to everyone because superficially looking, many who are well off give the impression of their level of consciousness being low or lower than those who do not enjoy well-being. Therefore, it is important to understand exactly what is meant by this theorem.


The degree of one’s well-being = material and spiritual well-being, which includes not only financial success but overall success (including health, relationships, wealth…) and happiness. Most rich people do not live in prosperity, but in constant stress, dissatisfaction, unfulfillment, problems, etc. This is not the subject of this theorem because it establishes the well-being.

The overall degree of one’s consciousness = not the same as the degree or level of awareness, education, intelligence, or morality, so it is important to understand the difference first, which we explained in the module on consciousness. The degree or level of consciousness is determined by one’s virtues and flaws, that is, by the average of all modes of consciousness in which one dwells throughout the time, as per the scale of consciousness »


This Theorem of Consciousness explains why some rappers are richer and more popular than most, say, teachers, why many people without college degree are more successful than most highly educated individuals, and why the most capable and educated workers don’t get to be promoted.

As the theorem indicates, for overall success, happiness, wealth, popularity, advancement, and the like, knowledge and skills are not as crucial as virtues are – not the virtue of goodness, but all virtues. Virtues are constructive modes of consciousness.

Someone who is uneducated, untalented and incompetent can have a high level of consciousness if they are often in the mode of joy, love, faith and generally maintain high frequency. Likewise, someone who is highly educated, talented and skilled may not enjoy well-being if they are prone to destructive and non-constructive modes of consciousness, which are ranked below 200 on the scale of consciousness.


The consciousness theorem can be generalized and valid in different fields of application. Since higher modes of consciousness represent virtues, and the lower one represent the flaws, it can be postulated that the degree of our well-being is in proportion to the degree to which we cultivate our virtues.

Humans are complex; they cannot be put into formulas and algorithms. Human well-being and consciousness are both more of qualitative than quantitative values, but they can also be tentatively quantified by frequencies and by kinesiological values, as well as by various other subjective evaluations. The same as the happiness index, well-being cannot be measured scientifically. There is no measuring instrument that can measure one’s well-being or one’s level of consciousness. Their values ​​are subjective and arbitrary, but still useful.


The numerical values of the happiness index ​​and of well-being level are derived from respondents’ ratings of their current lives on a scale running from 0 to 10. Both numerical values are calculated by linking scores of different life factors, using both dependent variables as well as constants.

The numerical value of each level of consciousness was measured by Dr. David R. Hawkins and his team, using the kinesiological method of measurement – muscle tests, which is based on scientific findings about cellular memory.
The numerical value of the level of consciousness of a person is derived from kinesiological muscle testing on a scale running from 0 to 1000. The value is than compared with the scale of consciousness.
For instance, if a specialist’s muscle test reveals that person’s level of consciousness is at, say, 500, this would mean this person’s level of consciousness is love. There is a distinction between the current mode of consciousness and the general level of consciousness, which is explained in the module on consciousness.


To establish a statement as a theorem, a proof is required – a valid line of reasoning from the axioms and other already-established theorems to the given statement must be demonstrated. An axiom or postulate is a statement that is accepted without proof and regarded as fundamental to a subject. Historically these have been regarded as “self-evident”. A scientific theory cannot be proved. Theorems, on the other hand, are purely abstract formal statements: the proof of a theorem cannot involve experiments or other empirical evidence in the same way such evidence is used to support scientific theories.

  Proofs  

Talidari (Natalija & Darius Domin)

We created this theorem on the basis of numerous evidences in our own lives. Ever since we raised our consciousness level, it has had a significant effect on our overall well-being. In particular, we noticed the impact of virtues on well-being, which is why we created the entire program of Virtuology. The more we raise our consciousness over time, the more our well-being increases, which is reflected in a harmonious marriage, health, finances, popularity, freedom, peace, etc.

Most theorems, if not all, are named after their creators, so this theorem may also be named the Domin’s Consciousness Theorem. Talidari is our pen name.

Our personal proofs for the validity of this theorem consist in the measurable data of our well-being level and the level of our consciousness, which coincide.


Dr. David R. Hawkins

In his book, Power vs. Force, as well as other books and media, the late Dr. David R. Hawkins presented his research discoveries, one of which is that rising consciousness leads to well-being, including inner peace, freedom and enlightenment.
In 2005. in his book, Truth vs. Falsehood, the late Dr. David R. Hawkins listed the calibrations of most countries and many prominent people, among other things, showing the level of their consciousness (LoC). When these values ​​are compared with the Happiness Index of 2012. (when first measured) and the GDP of those countries at that time, evidence is obtained that those countries with higher levels of consciousness also have a higher Happiness Index and GDP. The same goes for organizations and individuals.
The countries that rank highest in the happiness index and GDP combined are also the countries that rank highest in the level of consciousness.

In the table on the right, we present the highest ranking countries by GDP and Happiness Index, along with the level of consciousness of these countries, as Dr. Hawkins stated after measuring these values ​​with his team, using a kinesiological method of measurement – muscle tests, as listed here and here (p.40) – take into account that the values ​​of collective LoC and GDP were measured in 2005 and, if in the meantime some have changed, it is in principle only possible a few degrees more or less in the span of a decade. The point here is not to reveal the current level of consciousness of people of each country, but to compare the LoC numerical values with those of GDP and the Happiness Index, as a proof that the levels of consciousness and well-being are equal or proportionate.

As can be seen from the table, almost all countries (except Ireland, which is questionable since the happiness index was measured 7 years later, in 2012), which are ranked high on both benchmarks (GDP and Happiness Index) all have the collective level of consciousness (LoC) of more than 300, or mostly higher than 350, except in a couple of cases. This proves that for prosperity and happiness it is necessary to maintain your LoC above 300 or even 350, which is equally true for countries, organizations and individuals.

Rank GDP (2005.) Happiness Index (2012.)
1. United States 421 Denmark 350
2. Japan 355 Finland 400
3. Germany 400 Norway 350
4. United Kingdom 410 Netherlands 405
5. China 385 Canada 415
6. France 310 Switzerland 400
7. Italy 380 (Sicily at 175) Sweden 350
8. Canada 415 New Zealand
9. Spain 300 Australia 410
10. South Korea 400 Ireland 255
11. United States 421

If you would add up all your modes throughout the day, both all the positive and negative ones, you would find that your average is not really that high, so let that motivate you to take more control every day over how long you stay in the negative modes (not longer than a minute, and ideally not longer than 15 seconds).

As we mentioned, neither the happiness index, nor the well-being level nor the level of consciousness are scientifically and technically measurable values, so they should be looked at as fixed values. The point is to see the correlation between these values, which the Theorem of Consciousness stands for – the correlation between the level of consciousness and overall well-being level . No country with a collective LoC below 200, from Libya to Kenya, has found itself among the countries whose happiness index or GDP is high. This proves that the overall success level (whether of a country, individual or organization) is equal to the overall level of their consciousness.


Also, for all the prominent individuals, whom Dr. Hawkins and his team calibrated, we can safely claim that their well-being (popularity, achievement, wealth) was reciprocal to their measured level of consciousness.

For example, some people who had a very high level of consciousness before, they enjoyed great popularity, achievements and wealth at the time, and when their level of consciousness declined (due to ego – abuse of power and fame), so did everything else, in particular their well-being, which again points to the correlation that is postulated by the consciousness theorem. Some of these persons were Hitler (from 450 fell to 90), Napoleon (from 450 fell to 175 and 75), Satya Sai Baba (535 – 198), Osho (570 – 180), Sivananda (615 – 195), and others.

On the other hand, those who have made a significant leap of consciousness have increased their well-being level, including popularity, achievements, wealth and other benefits.
For example, Mahatma Gandhi (760), Sri Ramana Maharshi (720), Pantanjali (715), Teresa Avila (715), Mother Teresa (710), Master Eckhart (705), painter Rembrandt (700), Lao Tzu and Swami Vivekananda (610), Confucius and singer Louis Armstrong (590), Martin Luther (580), Abraham Lincoln (560), poet Rumi and composer Puccini (550), Socrates, Paramahansa Yogananda, Carl Gustav Jung and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (540), painter Matisse (525), Winston Churchill, Beethoven and Rubens (510), Nelson Mandela, Madam Marie Curie, Dante and Johnny Cash (505), Shakespeare, Chopin and Mikhail Gorbachev (500)
Note that early death is not a bad thing, but a transition to another, higher dimension, to Paradise, or reincarnation.

Also, the persons who had the highest possible level of consciousness for people, such as Jesus, Buddha, Krishna and Zoroaster, not only did they achieve much in their time, but their achievements are still appreciated to this day. The same applies to all the others whose level of consciousness was extremely high, who are known to have enjoyed the well-being.
In contrast, all those who are known for destructiveness and for not having well-being, their levels of consciousness are known to be extremely low, once again proving the validity of the consciousness theorem.

The List of the richest spiritual teachers, priests and monks

All charismatic spiritual teachers of all faiths with a very high level of consciousness enjoy material well-being, living the high life, such as Pope, Dalai Lama, Sadhguru, Oprah Winfrey, Desmond Tutu, Thich Nhat Hanh, Amma and many, many others.
One of the many lists that discloses the wealth of Asian spiritual teachers and activists whose level of consciousness is high, also proves the validity of the consciousness theorem, although wealth is not the only measure of well-being. Other benchmarks are their popularity, achievements and impact.
Another of the many listings

Dr. Joe Dispenza

Raising awareness by cultivating virtues has great effect on health, which naturally affects well-being. It strengthens the immune system (the body’s defense mechanism), thus preventing disease and maintaining health. Out of countless studies, let’s mention the one of Dr. Joe Dispenza, who conducted a study on the effect virtues had on immune function. In his book “Becoming Supernatural”, Dr. Dispenza reports that they took saliva samples from 117 test subjects before and after a four-day workshop in which the participants were asked to generate elevated thoughts and emotions, i.e. virtues. They measured immunoglobulin A (IgA), a protein marker for the strength of the immune system. IgA is an antibody that is used by the body’s immune system to neutralize pathogens such as constantly fighting a barrage of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other organisms that invade or are already living within the body’s internal environment. It’s so powerful that it’s better than any flu shot or immune system booster; it’s the primary internal defense system in the human body. When stress levels (and therefore the levels of stress hormones like cortisol) go up, this lowers levels of IgA, thereby compromising and down-regulating the immune system. During their four-day workshop, they asked their participants to shift into an elevated state such as love, joy, inspiration, or gratitude for nine to ten minutes three times a day. They wanted to see if this would boost their immune system, that is, if they could up-regulate the genes for IgA simply by changing their emotional states. The results amazed them. Average IgA levels shot up by 49.5 percent.

Evidence of Epigenetics, Dr. Bruce Lipton

Scientific experiments undertaken by Dr. Bruce Lipton have proven that the virtues of love, joy, gratitude, faith, compassion and peace are signaling new genes to make healthy proteins affecting body’s composition and function. The stress, which is mostly self-imposed, is turning on unhealthy genes in your body. By fully embracing virtues and rejecting the stressful thoughts and emotions, you may turn on new genes and change your health and general well-being.

Scientific Research on Consciousness

Numerous scientific reports and studies of near-death experiences (NDE), as well as other phenomena such as extra-sensory perception (ESP) and altered states of consciousness, either caused by alcohol, drugs, delirium and psychoactive drugs or by spiritual techniques (e.g. meditation), hypnosis, trans, dreams, mystical experiences, or anything else prove the correlation of consciousness and well-being, as posited by the consciousness theorem.

What modern science and ancient knowledge are telling us about the mind-body connection and the role of consciousness in physical health and overall well-being is extremely important. With emerging scientific findings on how our consciousness is influencing and creating our physical world, consciousness has shifted from being a mere passive “awareness” to being an active influencer or creator – it is in fact the very source of creation, and thus the source of well-being.


The fact that we can use our consciousness to consciously change our brain structures and other physical aspects of ourselves is particularly significant to those who suffer from some injury, loss or illness. Various techniques of altering the state of consciousness have proven to be effective in treating a variety of illnesses, especially psychiatric disorders. In an altered state of consciousness there is a high level of bio-energy flow in the body, which is a basic prerequisite for our health and well-being.

Quotes

It may not be some scientific proof, but Latin proverbs are not called provrbs for nothing. If there were no truth in them they would not become proverbs. One proclaims “virtute duce comite fortune”guided by virtue, accompanied by [good] fortune. This indicates the validity of the premise of the consciousness theorem.

There are countless other sayings and quotes that may serve as the proofs of this theorem, since they are regarded as axioms, which is what serves as proof of a theorem. Once again, theorems are purely abstract formal statements: the proof of a theorem cannot involve experiments or other empirical evidence in the same way such evidence is used to support scientific theories.

“Virtue doesn’t come from money, but money and all other good things come from virtue.” – Socrates


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