Behaviology

Why we do what we do

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Pub Date Jan 01 2021 | Archive Date Oct 15 2024

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WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO

     WE DO NOT MOVE UNLESS WE ARE BOTHERED. Revolutionary discoveries in human behaviors. Every single human motion is caused by a bothersome, we remain motionless if nothing bothers us.

      We always want to be in balance. Discomforts and problems bother us and generate an imbalance in us, we move to regain our balance. Suffering and joy always accompany every action. Life is nothing but the recurrence of imbalance (suffering) and balance (enjoyment). If we eliminate discomforts and problems from our lives, we will become motionless.

      You lose your balance when you see a hair on your pillow. You remove the hair to regain your balance.

     When you see a poor man, you either lose your balance and give him some money to regain your balance, or you do not lose your balance enough to spend money on him. Only two factors are involved in this scenario. The joy of regaining your balance (enjoyment) and the discomfort of spending money (suffering). Your brain evaluates the sums of enjoyment and suffering, and the sum of the outcome of enjoyment and suffering determines your motion.

      Our brains constantly evaluate the volumes of enjoyment and suffering for each action, and we perform motions that bring us more enjoyment or less suffering. In other words, the sum of the outcome of our enjoyment (want) and suffering (fear) determines our action.

Eddie Rafii discovered seven major facts in human nature underlying every single human motion:

Fact 1- We always want to be in balance.

Fact 2- We make motions only when we lose our balance.

Fact 3- Loss of balance always generates want or fear in us.

Fact 4- Suffering and joy always accompany every motion.

Fact 5- More suffering leads to more enjoyment.

Fact 6-The sum of the outcome of our want and fear determines our motion.

Fact 7-The degrees of our personality and physical characteristics, and mental and environmental conditions, determine the volumes of our enjoyments and sufferings, and the sums of the outcomes of those enjoyments and sufferings determine our motions. SO, WHAT DOES THAT SAY ABOUT HUMAN NATURE?

      The above discoveries opened a new window into the world of psychology. Behaviology, the new branch of science, is an advanced simple powerful tool for analyzing human behavior.

edrafii@gmail.com

www.eddierafii.com


WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO

WE DO NOT MOVE UNLESS WE ARE BOTHERED. Revolutionary discoveries in human behaviors. Every single human motion is caused by a bothersome, we remain motionless if nothing...


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