Sunday, December 16, 2012

Theory of Success

What is Theory of Success?

Six steps to success (win):

1.       Success is winning a battle and ultimate success is winning the war
·         Winning the war is more important than winning many battles
·         To win the war, winning the critical battles (critical path) is necessary

2.       More power leads to success and master has more power over slave
·         Two relationships: Maste-slave and Peer-to-Peer
·         Each peer has equal power. No peer can judge other peers.
·         Slave lives under the master’s word (juris+diction).
·         Master over-stands slave’s word and Slave under-stands master’s word.
·         Therefore, Master’s wish is slave’s command and Slave cannot judge the master

3.       The one who thinks more steps towards success has more power. Eg: with chess
·         If Mr. A thinks of 10 steps to win, he can win if his opponent thinks up to 9 steps
·         If his opponent thinks of 11 steps, where the 11th makes a twist, Mr. A can loose.
·         Through conventional presentation seem to move towards goal, the thinking (logical and intuition) walks from goal to current situation. (towards cause of effect)

4.       Deep thinking with a sharp mind is not complicated
·         It is like a sharp knife cuts (penetrates) through layers, compared to a blunt knife.
·         Repetitions and recursions (nyaya/ systems) is shallow thinking within limited layer, where its complication causes head-spinning.

5.       Both ‘Power of Light’  and ‘Power of Darkness’ use deep thinking, where more power wins

·         ‘Power of Darkness’ is like night-time naked vision, where the path is altered (not clear) with fraud by the first founder to the others like in Black Magic and causes repetition and recursion.

·         ‘Power of Light’ is like day-time naked vision & does not alter the path to success and leads to ultimate success

6.       Ultimate depth of thinking is no-thinking (nibbana), the ultimate success
·         ‘no-thinking’ is the ultimate result/effect, but not intermediate causes and results
·         ‘power of light’ wins the war over ‘power of darkness’ to achieve the ultimate success

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