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Moral Physics

Moral Physics“Why be good? What Does That Mean? What will I gain by being good?
Are good people better than bad people?
Will I be happier if I am good?
With full responsibility, I assure all my readers that if they follow the moral norms in this book, they will not only be happier, but also really successful in life.
I am talking about SUCCESS with capital letters, which is much greater than the normal expectations that people have of success.
I am referring to the kind of triumph that is truly important, which is to fulfill the plan, the purpose for which we were created.  To be triumphant on the path of evolution.  This also includes success in our everyday matters.”

From the book "Morals for 21st Century" by Dario Salas Sommer (a.k.a. John Baines).


Let’s be honest with ourselves and with our society as it is. Is it, or is it not true that the idea of “morality” in our times is outdated and out of fashion?

Is it not true that the idea of “what is moral” nowadays conjures up images of an old photograph? As if it was something that was good in its time, but now seems to be something that isn’t necessary; as if it has no place in our world and belongs in the past.

Why does the concept of “morality” - which should be on top of the list of priorities of our civilization and even of our whole planet - seem to be different depending on the culture or the country? Why is something that was immoral 100 years ago not immoral today?

This is the kind of morality that is commonly cited; it’s a sort of cultural moral, or morals for mankind, whereby the parameters change as time passes, or according to political or economic style.

Beyond this temporal morality there lies Moral Physics™. This is the most profound type of morals that is not based on religious, cultural, commercial, historical, or temporary principals. Instead, it is based on the morals of Nature and her eternal laws that are as old as Nature itself; laws that can be proven through science and physics.

Moral Physics™ is not a set of recommendations or ideas; it is based on certain forms of feedback of little-known subtle energies between people and Nature.

These forces, although ethereal, are absolutely material and physical, they are not “supernatural” energies.

They refer, however, quite simply to the pulses or irradiations of photons generated by actions, thoughts and feelings of people which are released from the physical body and penetrate into the Universe at a speed that is at least equivalent to the speed of light.

The physical mechanism of morality has to do with the feminine condition of Nature. Just like a cosmic uterus, Nature conceives the photon impulses that people release. These photon impulses carry the vibratory information of the individual's particular passion; Nature gives back equivalently that which originated in the individual.

Each individual is connected by invisible threads to the totality of the Universe, and what each person deposits in the form of vibrations into Creation are sent back to them twofold. Morals are nothing more than a relationship of cause and effect of the eternal vibratory and energetic comings and goings between the individual and the Cosmos.

Could anyone have imagined that morals are a powerful tool for being successful in life, because the person who acts according to a superior morality will be in harmony with Nature?

The realization that success and happiness depend to a great degree on immutable moral behavior, gives us great inner strength to be able to act in accordance to superior ethics.

Every man or woman who acts in accordance to the guidelines of Moral Physics™ will be able to experience the benefits of internal harmony that comes from a heart without rage, envy, or resentment as well as a renewed happiness from living in perfect consistency with Nature.

What can we comprehend by practicing Moral Physics™?.
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