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Corresponding Wikipedia article: Idealism

The idealism is a philosophy, which implies the primacy of consciousness and its separation from the physical space-time and from all kinds of matter.

The idealism implies that the living beings activity is a result of the consciousness life itself, and this activity is not a cause of the consciousness existence in the nervous system. A living being, according to its biological features, allows the consciousness to manifest, that is, to live.

The idealism has the following arguments of its truth:

  • The information which people operate is independent of its material implementation (see Image, Sound, Speech).
  • The instant materialization of thoughts is considered as a miracle, but with a common sense. People sometimes dream about it.
  • The desire to be in several places at the same time is not considered as a deviation. The communication technology (audio, video) and the remote control is invented for this.
  • The desire to suddenly move in space is not considered as a deviation. The high-speed transport is developed for this.
  • The desire to return into the past or to look into the future is not a deviation. People dream about the invention of a time machine, interested in the history, and believe in the prediction of future.
  • The time flow is perceived subjectively, depending on the emotional state, sleeping or wakefulness.
  • The time is perceived by a human as a series of the interrelated events, and not as an uniform timescale. For example, the art books and movies are focusing exclusively on the significant episodes.
  • A living being assumes the continuity of life. A spiritually healthy human do not want to die.

The idealism permits but does not require the existence of God.

The extreme religiosity implies that the space-time and matter are the illusions, which were created by God, and the true reality is only the consciousness of the living beings and God. It’s reasonable to assume, that if the laws of space-time and matter are understandable, then they were invented by someone's mind, and implemented by the imagination power.

The life, regardless of a religion, is the interaction of energy and force. On a spiritual (mental) level, it is the energy of love and the power of will. In the Chinese philosophy, it is the concept of "yin" and "yang".

Psyche Physics
Energy Love or hate has neither direction nor expression, but always finds a way out. Energy is non-material non-directional universal measure of all values. The law of conservation of energy is absolute.
Force Love or hate is expressed by a directed power. Force is a directed expression of energy which causes change and motion.
Love or hate may be restrained by a power of will. Potential energy is the energy of the compensated unreleased force.

The object acts on the subject with the same force that the subject acts on the object.

The idealism implies the interaction of the spiritual and the physical worlds through the common field of energy and force. Thus, the main energy of the world is the spiritual (psychic) energy.

From a religious point of view, the entire world is built by the spiritual energy of God.

Regardless of a religion, the life with its psychic phenomena exists due to the action of a spiritual energy.

The mind is a neutral universal tool of the spirit, and it has two sides of a whole, or two principles: "yin" and "yang".

Idealistic structure of the world
Component Categories Objects
Psyche Synthesis,
Space-time Geometry, kinematics, field Abstract bodies, rays, fields
Aether (pramatter) Gravity, dynamics, magnetism, electricity, optics Electromagnetic and gravitational fields, vortices, light
Aetheric plane Materialization Ghosts, phantoms
Matter Waves, reflection, refraction, dispersion, chemestry, thermodynamics, friction Atoms, moleculas, crystals

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