Jeff Shea January 4, 2000
Theory 1 – Theory of Innate Momentum
Discovery of innate momentums transcends material gain. §1 (§1- See below)
Theory 2 – Theory of MaterialSuccess
Process transcends material gain. §2
The style and strategy inherent to the process of goal achievement arise from the philosophic foundation from which the stated goals originally emanated.
Theory 3 -Theory of the Probability of Reality §3
The limit of the probability that things will end up the way they will is zero.
Real potentials only exist when events are near fruition.
Steerage can bring an event to fruition.
Theory 4 – Theory of Innate Momentums
There are five innate human momentums:
Adventure (physical curiosity)
Economic activity (survival)
Expression (art, music & literature)
Love (sex, procreation)
Thought (philosophy, intellectual curiosity)
Theory 5 – Theory of Best Path
The best path is invisible.
Theory 6 – Theory of Inner Conflict
Speed of passage to a goal is limited only by one’s inner conflicts.
Theory 7 -Theory of Achievement
Achievement level is limited only by the quality of one’s inner processes.
One’s control over their fate is limited to one’s mastery of their inner conflicts and processes.
Theory 8 – Theory of Efficient Path
The most efficient path is the one that eliminates unnecessary effort.
Theory 9 – Theory of Optimal Path
The optimal path harmoniously aligns energies.
Theory 10 – Theory of Separation
From any given point with respect to time, there is one critical thing that separates us from any other given point.
Theory 11 – Theory of the Unseen
Anything that can be thought of is unimportant compared to that which is not being thought of.
Theory 12 – Theory of Resistance
The ‘resistance’ to one’s momentum is proportional to the mass of the momentum.
Theory 13 – Theory of the Thin Momentum
The most efficient way to generate momentum is to reduce one’s purpose to the “thinnest” possible quantity.
Theory 14 – Theory of the Intangible Medium
Attitude is the Intangible Medium needed to reach one’s path within the “thin momentum.”
Theory 15 – Theory of Proximity
Distance lends proximity.
§1 [The discovery of innate momentums out-races the push for outward improvement exponentially.]
§2a [Energy applied to process yields exponential material gains in comparison to energy applied to material gains.]
§2b [Process energy transcends material energy.]
§2c [Process energy is fundamentally more powerful than the material world.]
§2d [Material success is best achieved from the abandonment of the material aspects of the goals sought in favor of concentration on the Process.]
§3 [The probability that things will end up the way they will is zero.]